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TURTLE LAKE, N.D. — The federal promise of irrigation from the Garrison Diversion Conservancy District in North Dakota is finally coming true for farmers, promising economic activity. “There’s a pile of water in this canal,” says Steve Knorr, 37, the managing partner for K&T Farms, which has developed 4,000 acres of irrigated crops — mostly corn and edible beans — off the McClusky

Canal near Turtle Lake, N.D. K&T’s project is a sort of incubator project for what could be several similarscale irrigation operations along the canal. Knorr’s first crop was 600 acres in 2009. Under K&T Farms ownership, it grew to 2,200 acres in 2011, 2,800 acres in 2012, and now a total of about 4,000 acres in 2013, where he expects it to stay.

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n BOZEMAN. Mont. — Montana State University’s dean of the College of Agriculture and its director of the Montana Agricultural Experiment Station, Jeff Jacobsen, is stepping down from his posts after 10 years to return to teaching, research and outreach as a faculty member. Glenn Duff, head of the Department of Animal and Range Sciences, assumed both positions as an interim effective Sept. 3. A national search for a new dean and director will begin immediately. During Jacobsen’s time as dean, the College of Agriculture’s enrollment has grown by 18.5 percent; it has remained one of the university’s research powerhouses and it has contributed significantly to the economic prosperity of the state with its steady stream of agricultural research, technologies and well-educated graduates.

Minn. Poultry Prince and Princess named

n MINNEAPOLIS — Alex Oelke, a 17 year old from Otsego representing Sherburne County, and Kristina Allen, an 18 year old from Rochester in Olmsted County, won the fourth-annual Poultry Prince and Princess Contest: a scholarship program of Minnesota 4-H and Gold’n Plump. The program recognizes the knowledge, leadership and skills of Minnesota’s youth in the state’s poultry industry by awarding two teenagers with poultry ambassador titles and $1,000 academic scholarships. Oelke and Allen stood out among the dozens of contestants, claiming the title after ranking highly in a poultry showmanship competition, chicken BBQ contest and final Q-andA and stage-presence round. The finals required the top six contestants to showcase their poultry knowledge, confidence and personality with questions.

Minn. dairy industry crowns 60th Princess Kay of the Milky Way

n ST. PAUL — MarJenna McWilliam, a 20-year-old college student from Winger, Minn., representing Polk County, was crowned the 60th Princess Kay of the Milky Way in an evening ceremony at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds Aug. 21. McWilliam will serve as the official goodwill ambassador for nearly 4,000 Minnesota dairy farmers. She SEPT. 10-12 — South Dakota Grazing School, Chamberlain. Information: www.sdgrass.org/events.html. SEPT. 11-12 — Livestock Truck Rollover Trainings, Windom and New Ulm, Minn. Information: Minnesota Pork Board Office at 507-345-8814 or www.mnpork.com. SEPT. 14 — Moos, Ewes and More, North Dakota State University. Information: Erika Berg at erika.berg@ndsu .edu or www.ag.ndsu.edu/ansc. SEPT. 17-19 — 2013 Montana Angus Tour, Holiday Inn, Great Falls. Information: Jeff Flesch at 406-337-3402. SEPT. 20 — South Dakota State University 2013 Eminent Farmers/Ranchers & Homemakers. Information: Office of the Dean of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, Ag Hall 131, SDSU Brookings, 57007 or 605-6884148. SEPT. 21 — North Dakota State University Shepherds Clinic. Information: Reid Redden 701-231-5597 or reid.redden@ndsu.edu SEPT. 24 — Prescribed Burn Planning Workshop, Rainbow Room, Pick-

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is the daughter of Bruce and LaVonne McWilliam of Winger, and attends North Dakota State University in Fargo, majoring in English education with a Norwegian language emphasis. McWilliam’s first official duty as Princess Kay was to sit in a rotating cooler in the Dairy Building for about six hours on the opening day of the Minnesota State Fair to have her likeness sculpted in a 90pound block of butter. Each of the other finalists will have her likeness carved in butter during the fair, as well. This year marks butter sculptor Linda Christensen’s 42nd year carving the Princess Kay of the Milky Way winner and finalists at the Minnesota State Fair. Throughout her year-long reign, McWilliam will make public appearances helping consumers make a connection with Minnesota dairy farm families who are dedicated to producing wholesome milk, while caring for their animals and natural resources.

ARS announces Scientist of the Year awards

n WASHINGTON — Ronald J. Nachman has been named Distinguished Senior Research Scientist of 2012 by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service for discoveries regarding insect neuropeptides that have opened the door to novel, environmentally sound strategies for controlling some of the most threatening agricultural pests. Nachman and other ARS researchers were honored recently at a ceremony in Beltsville, Md. Nachman and his collaborators were the first to show that insects use neuropeptides to regulate water balance, digestion, metabolism and early development. Neuropeptides are unusable in their natural forms because they are degraded by enzymes in the insect blood, tissues and gut. Nachman and his partners were the first to develop stable neuropeptide “mimics” unaffected by the enzymes, which is critical for disrupting the processes that neuropeptides regulate. They were also the first to develop modified neuropeptides that could penetrate the insect’s protective exterior and gut wall, a necessity for potential treatments to take effect.

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By Daryll Ray and Harwood Schaffer Recently, we examined one of two new proposed rules published by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The Foreign Supplier Verification Program requires importers to certify to the FDA that the human and animal food they import meets the same safety standards as food grown and processed in the U.S. One of the ways that importers could do this is to rely on certification provided by third-party auditors who “conduct food safety audits of foreign food entities, including registered foreign food facilities, and issue food and facility certifications.” The second proposed rule, “Accreditation of Third-Party Auditors/Certification Bodies to Conduct Food Safety Audits and to Issue Certifications,” will help FDA ensure the competence and

independence of these auditors and the organizations that accredit them. The FDA maintains control of this process by recognizing accreditation bodies that accredit third-party auditors who perform audits of foreign food facilities and issue the food and facility certifications. Many of the needed accreditation bodies have already been established in response to industry needs. To maintain confidence in the program, the FDA says it “will exercise oversight” of these bodies and “can remove an accreditation body or an auditor/certification body for good cause, by revoking recognition of the accreditation body or by withdrawing accreditation of the third-party auditor. “By way of background, thirdparty audits are conducted by an entity independent of the audited firm or those who buy its products. Second-party audits are conducted by buyers for their suppliers and contractors or by one division within a firm or another division within the same firm. First-party audits are internal audits a firm conducts itself.” In developing the proposed rule, the FDA seeks to ensure

“the competency and independence” of both the accreditation bodies and the third-party auditors. This, the FDA says, “will help assure us of the validity and reliability of certifications and other information resulting from the food safety audits they conduct. “As a result of consolidation within the food industry and the globalization of the marketplace, coupled with some highprofile food safety incidents, many food retailers and food service providers began to require their suppliers to be audited against their standards (more commonly known as buyer requirements). Some of these supplier audits were conducted by auditors/certification bodies employed by, or acting as agents of, buyers. Other auditors were third parties, independent of both buyers and suppliers,” the FDA says. The result of this is that many suppliers have been faced with “multiple food safety audits,” creating economic inefficiencies. “This proposal,” the FDA says, “will [enable us to] oversee a certification program that will, we believe, create efficiencies by reducing the number of redundant food safety audits and by allowing us to

better target resources for verifying compliance with applicable requirements. “Having comprehensive oversight of a credible and reliable program for third-party audits and certifications of foreign food facilities will help us prevent potentially harmful food from reaching U.S. consumers and thereby improve the safety of the U.S. food supply. “More broadly, we [FDA] think that by capitalizing on private sector food safety efforts and linking them to the public assurance system, accredited third-party certification can help transform the way we ensure the safety of globally traded food that is consumed in the United States. In our vision of the future, we do not see third-party audits replacing public oversight, but rather helping us ensure that we make the best, most efficient use of both public and private resources to produce a safe food supply.” Editor’s note: Ray is the director of the Agricultural Policy Analysis Center at the University of Tennessee. Schaffer is a research assistant professor at APAC.

What is the difference between sweet corn and field corn?

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By Noah Hultgren Sweet corn. It’s almost as American as apple pie. If you’re barbequing with friends and family on a sunny weekend evening in Minnesota, chances are good that corn on the cob is part of the menu. Or maybe you’re celebrating Thanksgiving with a plump turkey and all the fixings — mashed potatoes, dressing, cranberries, and a nice big serving bowl filled with sweet corn. When most people think of

corn, sweet corn comes to mind. But the fact is, of the 97.2 million acres of corn planted in the U.S. last year, sweet corn made up less than 1 percent of the total crop. The rest was field corn. When driving through rural Minnesota or any other Corn Belt state, it’s usually field corn you see. Although field corn kernels start out soft like sweet corn, it’s not harvested until the kernels are dry. Field corn is used to feed livestock and make ethanol and thousands of other biobased products including carpet, makeup and aspirin. Sweet corn is harvested when the kernels are soft and sweet, making it ideal for eating. If you grab an ear of field corn and try to take a bite, you’ll probably break your teeth. It’s hard and dry (and only tastes good to cows, chickens, pigs, turkeys and

some wild animals). U.S. corn farmers harvested 10.8 billion bushels of field corn last year. Minnesota corn farmers harvested a record 1.37 billion bushels. In contrast, 158.7 million bushels of sweet corn were harvested throughout the entire U.S. While sweet corn satisfies our taste buds, field corn improves our lives in many other ways. One bushel of field corn weighs 56 pounds, and if it isn’t used directly for livestock feed, it is likely to be exported or made into ethanol that is used to fuel cars. Each bushel produces 2.8 gallons of ethanol, 18 pounds of dried distillers grains (a highprotein livestock feed), 14 pounds of corn gluten pellets, 1.8 pounds of corn oil and 17 pounds of carbon dioxide (used in dry ice, the beverage industry,

water treatment facilities and other applications). The remaining field corn crop is used to make other food products and manufactured goods or is exported to other countries and put into storage. Sweet corn holds a place in American dining lore. Field corn nourishes livestock, powers our cars, cleans our air, creates jobs and builds strong local economies. So, even though you can’t slather a cob of field corn in butter and eat it, it still touches our lives in many ways. Editor’s note: Hultgren is on the Minnesota Corn Growers Association board and is a field corn, sweet corn, soybean and sugar beet farmer in Raymond, Minn.


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OPINION

Tell House members to pass farm bill

SNAP important to consumer health

By Karen Ehrens BISMARCK, N.D. — For nearly 50 years, members of both the U.S. House and U.S. Senate recognized that linking consumers, who buy food, to producers, who grow food, was a means to an end with benefits to both. But the U.S. House passed a farm bill that did not include nutrition programs, breaking that link. And the House now is threatening to propose $40 billion in cuts to those crucial nutrition programs, which include the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or SNAP (formerly known as food stamps) and its accompanying nutrition education program, SNAP Ed. I don’t believe that the people looking to make these massive cuts really have looked at potential long-term im-

pacts or considered who is receiving SNAP benefits. Some 83 percent of all benefits go to households with a child, senior or disabled person. Like ripples from a fish jumping in Lake Sakakawea, the cuts’ effects would spread, affecting life far into the future and including impacts on health. Food insecurity — that is, the state of not having regular access to enough nutritious food for a healthy life — has large and long-term effects on health. Children who don’t have enough to eat are more likely to be hospitalized and face a greater risk for health problems such as asthma and depression. Adults who don’t have enough to eat are more likely to have heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes. Unfortunately, even in North Dakota there are about 56,000 people — including more than 9,200 children — who are dealing with food insecurity. But with access to SNAP, low-income children are less likely to have problems such as obesity, high blood pres-

SNAP is like a prescription for better health: It decreases the likelihood a young child will be sick, underweight or developmentally at risk.

sure, heart disease and diabetes as adults, research shows. SNAP is like a prescription for better health: It decreases the likelihood a young child will be sick, underweight or developmentally at risk. SNAP helps children and families stay healthy and afford other essential needs such as rent and transportation. SNAP-Ed helps all of us make the most of the investment we make in the SNAP program. Healthy eating is a learned skill; SNAP-Ed teaches this skill and has a lifelong impact on health. I would ask the House, including Rep. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., to consider

the long-term effects of failing to pass a comprehensive farm bill that includes nutrition program funding. I urge Cramer and other House members to work across the aisle like our North Dakota senators, John Hoeven and Heidi Heitkamp. Link consumers and producers. Ensure security for our agricultural producers so we can continue to enjoy national security. Ensure better health. Get it done. Pass a farm bill for the people. Editors note: Ehrens is a health and nutrition consultant, registered dietitian, and policy advocate in Bismark, N.D.

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LATEST NEWS n BISMARCK, N.D. — Almost 125 tons of unusable pesti-

cides were collected and shipped out of North Dakota in the 2013 Project Safe Send collections. “This year’s total is the second highest since the program was started in 1992,” says North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring. “Together with 2012’s record total, almost 270 tons of unusable pesticides have been collected in the past two years. It demonstrates the need for this program that enables people to get rid of products they can no longer use or do not need safely and affordably.” The collections were conducted during July in the communities of Adams, Ashley, Bowman, Casselton, Cooperstown, Grand Forks, Jamestown, Kenmare, Minot, Underwood, Wahpeton and Watford City. Casselton recorded the largest collection with 57,313 pounds. Grand Forks was second with 35,183 pounds of unusable pesticides. Goehring says most of the collected pesticides — agricultural and home products that control plant and animal pests, such as insects, weeds, fungi and rodents — are no longer registered for use in North Dakota or have been damaged or are no longer of use to their owners.” Veolia Environmental Services, Blaine, Minn., was contracted by the North Dakota Department of Agriculture to collect, repackage and transport the waste chemicals to incinerators.

SD coalition urges Congress to pass farm bill

n HURON, S.D. — A broad coalition of South Dakota or-

ganizations is urging Congress to act quickly to reauthorize the farm bill. Members of the coalition took part Aug. 31 in a rally at the State Fair. Coalition members say the farm bill includes comprehensive programs that affect all Americans. Mike Stephenson of Pheasants Forever in South Dakota says the bill is important to hunters, anglers, farmers, livestock feeders and everyone who eats. After the Senate passed a farm bill in June, the House passed a different version that took out food stamps. The two chambers have not yet reached agreement. South Dakota

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FARGO, N.D. — Bill Ongstad says converting his new 2013 Ford 350 to a propane biofuel system might save him 40 percent in fuel costs. “I figure to have it paid for by Christmas,” says Ongstad, who paid $7,500 for the Environmental Protection Agencycertified, installed conversion, including a tank. “I was getting 12 miles per gallon and I’m hoping to get 8 or 9 or 10 with propane, because it’s not as many Btus (British thermal units) in a gallon of propane, but the propane is roughly half the cost of gasoline.” Farmers have been using propane since the 1960s and 1970s, but maybe only 10 to 15 percent use propane in farm equipment, says Matt King, a certified installer and mechanic with Carburetion & Turbo Services Inc., of Shakopee, Minn., which installed Ongstad’s kit. “For farmers, as much as they use diesel vehicles, they should really give propane a try,” King says. “Farming is up and down, but with propane we know the outcome — you’re going to save money.”

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G Bill Ongstad chose an 82gallon propane tank for his 2013 Ford 350 pickup conversion to a propane-gasoline biofuel system.

Ongstad isn’t sure how many farmers have propane conversion kits. He knows of a farmer in Steele, N.D., who has tractors and pickups and two-ton trucks on propane and it works very well in a carbureted system. Carburetion & Turbo sells and installs a conversion kit for propane. The kit is made by IMPCO Automotive, a division of IMPCO Technologies Inc., and a subsidiary of Fuel Systems Solutions Inc., all based in Indiana. King says the company can install about 100 per year. Most of the conversions have been for Minnesota customers. About 90 percent of the company’s business is selling natural gas and propane parts, so only about 10 percent is conversions, King says. It takes about three to four days to complete a conversion, and if a customer has an appropriate vehicle, appointments are being made about a month in advance. Ongstad’s pickup has a 6.2-liter gasoline engine. He ordered it with a “propane package,” which has ports to run propane lines. All truck engines today have hardened valves and hardened valve seats and ports, to make them easily convertible, King says. The “regulator” or “vaporizer” is bolted to the firewall, King says. The hose comes from the tank in the truck box. The regulator changes the fuel from a liquid to a gas form, which is injected into the manifold as gasoline would be. There are four injectors on each side of the intake manifold.

gallon sizes. Ongstad chose an 80-gallon propane tank. He can fill up to 80 percent of the tank, or about 60 useable gallons. Each gallon has a little less energy than a gallon of gasoline, he says. The standard gasoline tank on the Mikkel Pates, Agweek Ford holds 32 gallons. An engine is provided with an engine With the combination of the two fuels, control module (ECM), also called a Ongstad can go hundreds of miles, so the power control modulator (PCM). The issue of finding a propane fill-up is not truck has two of these — one for the gas much of a problem. Ongstad typically and one for the propane. will go to a propane dealer to get filled “It’s fuel-injected and the computer or will fill from a propane tank at home. tells everything what to do,” Ongstad King says there is no regulation on says. “When you start it, if it’s cold, it’ll propane prices. The best prices are availstart on gasoline and when the temperaable from propane companies that sell it ture reaches 110 degrees, it’ll switch to in bulk, while retailers set up for bottlepropane. And if it’s warm in the summer filling might charge three times as much. it’ll start on propane.” IMPCO kits operate with either comWhen it’s warm, it always prefers the pressed natural gas (CNG) or with liquepropane, King says. The system can also fied petroleum gas (LPG). be manually over-ridden with a switch King hopes CNG might eventually be in the cab. available at gasoline stations, just as Carburetion & Turbo sells propane LPG is, because CNG is renewable. motor fuel tanks in the 40-, 60-, 80- or 110-

to compare the periods. North Dakota cropland is now more than 20 percent greater than the previous highest inflation-adjusted land values, which occurred in 1979. Consider the combination of circumstances that have fueled the strong land market and whether increases will continue. There have been several years of strong crop profits coupled with low interest rates. It is unusual that these conditions have been maintained for such an extended period because economic markets are constantly changing and adjusting. High prices should encourage greater production and lower the quantity demanded. The old saying is: “High prices cure high prices.” Grain prices have been at higher levels since 2007. Higher grain prices have coincided with the increase of U.S. corn use for ethanol from 1.2 billion bushels in 2004 to more than 5 billion bushels in 2010. Another price driver has been an increase in exports of U.S. soybeans to China. North Dakota crop producers had historic returns in 2012. The average profit on cash-rented land, according to Farm Business Management Education reports, was more than $100 per acre for spring wheat, more than $200 per acre for soybeans and about $350 per acre for corn. Gross and net returns for 2013 will be much less because of a combination of lower prices and yields. Average net returns could range from minus $50 to a

positive $70 per acre for wheat, corn and soybeans. Although solid crop insurance protection limits the downside, 2013 profit will fall short of the expectations that were built during the 2007 through 2012 period. It will have a cooling impact on land values. Going forward, a drop in crop prices will lessen crop insurance revenue guarantees, which, during the years of high prices, have given producers a strong financial backstop that contributed to increased land rents and values. Another factor that has been important in driving land values has been low interest rates. It is indicative of the relatively poor returns of other assets in which people can invest. Ten years ago, an acceptable return on land investment (cash rent minus real estate taxes divided by land value) was more than 6 percent. Now it is about 3 percent. That alone has doubled land values. To achieve a return of just 1 percentage point more, to 4 percent, land values would need to drop by one-fourth, while other factors held constant. Most economists believe interest rates have bottomed out. The interest rate on 10-year U.S. Treasury bills declined from more than 5 percent in mid2007 to around 1.5 percent in mid-2012. Rates have increased from 1.66 percent on May 1 to 2.87 percent on Aug. 21. The outlook for federal support of agriculture is a negative for land values. Subsidies for agriculture are expected to diminish after a new farm bill

ND land values peak

By Andrew Swenson No one knows the future, but there is a good possibility that we have seen the last of the rising land value reports for a while. It has been a historic run that culminated with an exclamation mark. On Aug. 2, the U.S. Department of Agriculture reported results from a June survey showing average North Dakota cropland values at $1,910 per acre, which was a 41.5 percent increase from the previous year. At 30.2 percent, South Dakota had the next highest increase. The national average was 13 percent. The survey confirms the 42 percent increase from an earlier survey commissioned by the North Dakota Department of Land Trusts and the 46 percent increase reported by the North Dakota Chapter of the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers. In 2003, North Dakota cropland was less than one-fourth, $460 per acre, compared with its current value. During the past 10 years, it has averaged an annual increase of nearly 16 percent. During the past 100 years, the closest comparisons to this multiyear increase in values were 1973 through 1981 and 1942 through 1949. The values can be adjusted for inflation

is legislated. For example, direct payments average about $10 per cropland acre in North Dakota. If direct payments are eliminated, the eventual impact on average land values could be a reduction of about $300 per acre, assuming the current 3 percent expected return on land. Last, although net farm income and owner’s equity have flourished, total debt has increased. Much of the available cash has been ploughed back in the farm business by purchases of machinery, shops, grain storage and prepaid expenses, often in response to strong tax incentives. In 2012, the average farm enrolled in the North Dakota farm business management education program spent $190,000 on equipment and buildings, compared with $44,000 in 2006. Therefore, although substantial crop inventories and deferred grain sales turned into cash this year, there may be less eagerness to bid land values higher, assuming future profit prospects are dimmer, compared with the series of strong profit years of 2007 through 2012. Editor’s note: Swenson is a farm resource management specialist with the North Dakota State University Extension Service. Editor’s note: Swenson is a farm resource management specialist with the North Dakota State University Extension Service.


COVER STORY

IRRIGATION

James rivers, and ultimately the Continued from Page 1 Red River. The canals were built, Besides being historic, the “Mile but a 66-inch Marker 7.5 Irrigation Project” is highpipeline tech. It can be controlled through from the Mcsmartphones and web apps, and three Clusky Canal people run the system through the irrito Lake gation season. Ashtabula The McClusky Canal carries Missouri has not been River water and is 73.6 miles long, built built, and from 1969 to 1976 — the year Knorr was there is no born. The canal was designed to carry up to timetable for doing that. 2,000 cubic feet per second with a caMeanwhile, pacity of irrigating up to 250,000 acres, through enin addition to bringing water for rural vironmental areas and municipal supplies farther and political east. Current uses add up to 100 cubic opposition, feet per second, says the irrigaKip Kovar, the district tion scope in engineer at the diverG The K&T Farms irrigation project is made possible by a $3.6 the canal sion headquarters in million lift station that pumps water from the McClusky Canal, was cut to Carrington, N.D. The 23,700 acres north of Turtle Lake, N.D. canal is about 100 feet — both wide in a slope to a 25through the foot-wide bottom, holdhaving water diverted or pumped to Garrison Diversion Reformulation Act ing water at a 15-foot their property in Phase I had to put $5 of 1986 and the Dakota Water Resources depth. per acre down to start the engineering Act of 2000. The McClusky Canal work. Engineers needed at least 2,500 The Bureau of Reclamation identiis part of a system of Kovar acres of land for the project. They are fied 13,700 acres near Turtle Lake and compensation for Misnow “maxed out” in Phase I at about another 10,000 “canal-side” acres along souri River flood con4,000 acres, Knorr says. the canal, Kovar says. Another 28,000 trol main stem dams that were built K&T Farms was developed in 2010 to acres are undesignated somewhere in from the late 1940s into the mid-1960s, complete Phase 1. Only K&T Farms and the Missouri River Basin, he says. Kovar says. The initial intent was 1.2 one other member in the community million acres of irrigation in the state, signed up for the project, which has 5-year commitments but that was dropped to 500,000 acres in been delivering water since July 2011. the 1960s — roughly the amount of land Initially, the U.S. Bureau of ReclamaK&T stands for Knorr and Topp familost when the Garrison Dam went up, tion would offer a one-year water servlies. Steve and his uncle, Mark Knorr, creating Lake Sakakawea. ice contract. The Knorrs hired Joe are partners in the farm, which is in asFormer U.S. Sen. Mark Andrews, RCichy, a Bismarck, N.D., attorney who sociation with Steve’s father, Bob. The N.D., says irrigation originally was to formerly was with the North Dakota Topps are Jason and Justin Topp, both have come off the Sheyenne and James Water Commission, and got a five-year of Grace City, who farm in conjunction rivers. water service contract. The Knorrs dewith their father, Jeff, of Grace City. In the early 1960s, Congress approved veloped six initial quarters close to the “It’s a collaboration of the families,” a project to move water to the east — in canal, using a smaller pump station Steve says. When all of the landlord part to recharge Devils Lake and in they’d financed themselves, and started families are added in, there are a dozen part to recharge the Sheyenne and irrigating in 2009. involved. After the first Most of the land is from Conservation year, the Garrison Reserve Program acres, and is under Diversion devellong-term leases for up to 10 years. oped into the Mile Marker 7.5 project, which refers to the How it works The project starts at the first lift, distance from the head gate in Garri- which includes two, 36-inch lines that go into the canal. Each line has a “Tson. screen” inlet in the side wall of the Landowners canal, in a structure called a wet well. formed the Turtle The pumps for the vertical turbines go Lake Irrigation down about 20 to 30 feet into the well. District — a legal Five, 250-horsepower turbines lift the government entity that can sell bonds water from the wet well and energize the line. Electricity is available at a and build central cheaper rate from the hydro dams. pumping. After Knorr says the State Water Commisseveral public sion paid half the cost of the central meetings, consupply works. The project was $3.6 milstruction started lion, so the farmers and the state each in the fall and came up with roughly $1.8 million. Withwinter of 2010, deout the SWC, the project would not be veloping phases I, considered feasible, as costs would be II and III in areas too high to be profitable, Garrison Dinorth of the canal. version officials say. But developing the Phase I includes irrigation could create hundreds of new 3,500 acres and jobs and millions of dollars in ecophases II and III G An experimental line of red potatoes appears abundant will include annomic activity in an area of the state in a research plot under irrigation at K&T Farms. Steve that could use them. other 3,500. Knorr says there is a local demand for potato acreage as The central station then sends the Those in the some North Dakota processors ship in potatoes from neighborhoods that water out in two, 24-inch lines and one Washington and Canada. 18-inch line. Together, these mains dewere interested in

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liver 18,000 gallons of water per minute — arteries will go to irrigation pivots to the north. The northernmost fields are about seven miles away, along McLean County Highway 8. The water is repressurized to feed the northern pivots in one 24inch and one 18-inch line. This electricity comes from McLean Electric Cooperative and is not subsidized. Knorr says just the pivot on a quarter of land is $70,000 to $80,000 in aboveground costs. Other development costs are around $2,000 an acre, for wires, pipe and pivots. K&T Farms is unusual because it adds groundwater wells into the system. The canal water is designed to handle about 3,000 acres, and the well water adds another 1,000 acres, for the 4,000acre total. This well pumps from the Lake Nettie Aquifer, bringing groundwater from 190 feet down. The system is made up of 15 miles of main and lateral pipes. The line is maintained, or “energized” at 55 to 65 pounds per square inch. Knorr describes it as similar to a rural water project — the subscriber turns the water on, and it’s there. “The pump station reacts when a pivot is turned on,” he says. “As a pivot valve opens, the station ramps up and the variable frequency drive turns on another turbine, with more power, more pressure, to maintain the pressure at all times.” Safety functions turn off the system in the case of a line break. “We can open that valve manually, or by the smartphone,” Knorr says. The system is available through Watertronics, a division of Lindsay, which also produces Zimmatic pivots. “No one has to be hired to move pipes or open and close gates.” Knorr determines irrigation needs by going to the field and checking with hand-operated probes, as well as crop stage charts. Someday, Knorr expects soil water profiles will be monitored through automated tensiometers.

No irrigation newbie

The Knorrs are some of the more experienced irrigators in North Dakota. Steve, 37, was working on irrigated vegetable trials before he graduated high school in 1995. He went to North Dakota State University, where he played defensive tackle in Division II football. He graduated in 2000 and went home to farm. His father, Bob, was a leader in the then-North Dakota Wheat Growers Association — precursor to the North Dakota Grain Growers Association. His older brother, Rob, migrated to Arizona to farm there under irrigation. In the late 1980s, Bob Knorr of Sawyer, N.D., was one of the original partners in KIP Farms in Karlsruhe, in McHenry County. The KIP partnership (named for Karlsruhe Irrigation Project) started raising irrigated process potatoes in relatively tight rotation. It was part of North Dakota’s first irrigated potato boom when processed potatoes moved out of the Red River Valley, after

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the drought of 1988 and 1989. Steve Knorr became one of the younger KIP Farms partners. He tried growing onions involved in various high-value crop and vegetable ventures in the region. KIP Farms had been raising process potatoes both for Cavendish Farms in Jamestown, N.D., and Simplot in Grand Forks, N.D. The KIP partnership dissolved in 2008, and the land is now farmed by others. “I wanted to continue irrigating and not dryland-farming,” Knorr says. “For years I’d driven over the (McClusky) canal and wondered, ‘What is it for? What does it do?’” Knorr discovered that there were a couple of irrigating farmers off of the canal near Audubon, supplying water to a pivot here and there. Knorr approached landowners in the Turtle Lake area, interested in selling or long-term leases up to 10 years. CRP contracts were going for $30 to $32 per acre per year. “That was the right amount (of CRP contract),” Knorr says. “It was probably tough to raise a 15- or 20-bushel wheat crop without irrigation.” One of the limiting factors in increas-

COVER STORY ing irrigation is the finances, which is one reason the Knorrs joined with the Topp family. “This was a big chunk of change to do this project,” Knorr says. If the development investment (underground wire, pipes) is $2,000 per irrigated acre, the total outlay is about $8 million, plus the $1.8 million for their share of the lift station, plus an annual water fee of $13 an acre, or $52,000 a year. There is another “operating and management” fee of about $8 an acre, or about $36,000, to Garrison Diversion. And then there’s the line of equipment and other operating costs.

In ethanol’s shadow

From K&T Farms land, Knorr points out the smokestacks near the Blue Flint Ethanol LLC plant at the Coal Creek Station, 650 feet tall and 25 miles away. “I’ve raised corn at $1.75 a bushel in my lifetime. I’m 37 years old,” Knorr

F Knorr says the energy sugar beet research plots grown on his irrigated farm near Turtle Lake, N.D., looked good for late August. “That beet will be a basketball in October,” he says.

says. “I’m a huge proponent of ethanol, what it’s done for the ag sector — all commodities.” Under irrigation, he expects 180-bushel-per-acre corn. Still, K&T Farms is looking at other crop options. For the past four years, Knorr has been working with Blaine Schatz of the North Dakota State University Carrington Research Extension Center with a test plot for growing other crops — energy beets (sugar beets, not bred for the sugar production) and potatoes.

K&T started with a continuous corn rotation and in 2012, switched to a cornpinto bean rotation. Potatoes are a costly operation to get into, and the production potential hasn’t been proven, but this year’s plots — of five vatieties — look good. Turtle Lake is virgin potato country, which could isolate it from diseases such as verticillium wilt, a disease that affected KIP’s farm near Karlsruhe. Knorr says that if K&T gets into irrigated potato production in Turtle Lake, it would be grown every four years. Knorr has high praise for Kovar and others at the Garrison Diversion office in Carrington, who he says are anxious to have the water used, by him and for other generations, including a young son. “Do I have future ambitions to develop more irrigation? Absolutely,” Knorr says. “Do I have anything in the barrel today? No. This one’s taking most of my time.”

Regional news

American Crystal gets another federal loan

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By Mikkel Pates

Agweek Staff Writer

MOORHEAD, Minn. — American Crystal Sugar Co. of Moorhead, Minn., has taken out a U.S. Department of Agriculture loan on $71.2 million of sugar, in a move that effectively doubles its potential for forfeitures at the end of the federal fiscal year, Sept. 30. David Berg, American Crystal’s president and CEO, says the decision on whether the sugar will be forfeited to the government — whether the loan value is higher than the sugar market price — will be made clear later this month. The sugar program is “doing what it was intended to do,” Berg says. Kevin Price, the company’s director of government affairs in Washington, D.C., adds there is “nothing new” about the program. The government safety net includes a long-standing loan program from USDA’s Commodity Credit Corp. — essentially a price floor — and a sugarto-ethanol program called the Feedstock Flexibility Program, new in the 2008 farm program. Despite the late change in the loan status, Price says it’s a “close call” and too soon to determine whether the

sugar will be forfeited. The American Crystal loan could be among an estimated $300 million in loans, nationwide, that might be forfeited at the end of September. Price notes that American Crystal initially took out a $35 million loan in March, but repaid that loan about a week ago. That meant the loan wasn’t included in $34.5 million in federal loan defaults that were counted and reported at the end of August. Crystal then took out the subsequent loan that included “largely the same sugar” it already had under loan, Price says, even though it doubled the amount and doubled the sugar.

Double-down loan

“It all happened within a few days in the last few weeks,” Price says. “The original loan was something that was site-specific and through the course of business, sugar moves around the company,” so it made sense to make the new, bigger loan for logistical reasons. He says USDA rules require that the loan reflect the location — not just the quantity and quality of the sugar. “We appreciate all the efforts USDA is making to try to address the oversupply, but we’d appreciate additional actions to address the oversupply and return the market to a more normal balance.” That step would be another round of

sugar-to-ethanol efforts. Price says the new, larger loan has nothing to do with the stored 2012 crop sugar at the company’s Hillsboro, N.D., plant. A “not insignificant” amount of sugar in storage has had to be blended with newly made sugar because it had gone out of color specifications as a result of insufficient cooling equipment to handle last year’s large-tonnage crop that was high in sugar content.

A symptom of the market

The national loan rate for sugar averages about 24.09 cents per pound, but that’s broken down regionally, so the loan price per pound is about 23 cents for American Crystal and other processors in the region. If sugar is forfeited to the government, it will remain in American Crystal facilities until the government decides what to do with it, Price says. The government pays 10 cents per pound per year to store refined sugar. “It’s not a money-making opportunity,” Price says. “It’s not viewed as a very attractive payment rate.” The potential forfeitures are “merely a symptom of the low price in the market, oversupplied by Mexican sugar,” he says. “That’s the reality, that Mexico expanded acreage 9 percent and overall production by 38 percent; the U.S. industry expanded acreage 0.5 percent

and production by 6 percent,” he says. He says 20 percent of the Mexican industry is run by the Mexican government. “Because of that, the U.S. market is oversupplied, the prices stink,” Price says. “We (in the U.S.) didn’t expand acreage anywhere near where Mexico did. We had good weather, but we are under marketing allocations so it’s impossible for us to over-supply the market. Mexico did. “It’s unfortunate that there have been forfeitures; there may be more,” Price says. “It’s also the harsh reality of how bad this market is. The sugar program is a safety net to guard against low prices. Low and behold, that’s what we have.” Neither Price nor Berg would comment directly on whether they think Mexico may be exporting sugar into the U.S. at so-called “dump” levels, which would be subject to a challenge and penalties under trade law. Sugar sold in another country below its own cost of production can be considered dumping, regardless of a trade agreement, Price acknowledges. It is also dumping to sell sugar below the price a country sells domestically. “We’re not making that claim today,” Price says, adding the industry so far hasn’t looked into details about whether that has occurred.


Pasta passion

By Kevin Bonham Forum News Service

CANDO, N.D. — For Francine Anderson and some of her friends, the reopening of a pasta factory in Cando, N.D., is a financial lifesaver. “It’s a blessing,” she says. “My unemployment ran out in May.” That’s about the same time that Jim Gibbens hired her to be part of his new team at Cando Pasta LLC, which will begin some limited production later this month in the same building that housed Noodles by Leonardo for 30 years before closing last fall. Anderson had worked at Noodles for eight years. The reopening also is a windfall for Cando a Towner County city of 1,125 located 40 miles south of the Canadian border. “The pasta plant has been here for so long that it was kind of taken for granted,” says JoAnn Rodenbiker, executive director of Towner County Economic Development. “So, it was kind of a wake-up call when it was announced last year that it was going to close.” The company currently employs about 20. Another 10 are likely to be

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Factory revival to capitalize on strong market

hired when production begins. That number will grow to 60 or 70 in the next several months.

Partnership Cando Pasta is owned by four partners: Cousins Jim and Bruce Gibbens, Cando; Bruce Satrom, Colgate, N.D.; and Steve Johnson, Page, N.D. The partners also are building another pasta plant, Abbiamo Pasta Co., in Casselton, N.D. Abbiamo is Italian for “we have pasta.” Noodles by Leonardo operated two North Dakota pasta plants, one in Cando, the other in Devils Lake, before closing both of them last year. The Devils Lake facility since has been purchased by Ultra Green, a Twin Cities-based company that makes biodegradable, compostable food-service products from wheat straw. The company will reopen later this year. Cando Pasta will produce macaroni products: elbow macaroni and shells from its short goods line; spaghetti and lasagna from the long goods line. It also will operate its own mill, located in the same building, converting durum and spring wheat into semolina

or farina, to be used in its products, which will be marketed to a variety of pasta brands. Until it closed last year, the Cando plant was one of three operating semolina mills in the state. The others are the North Dakota State Mill and Elevator in Grand Forks and Minot Milling in Minot. When Cando Pasta reaches full production, Gibbens says the plant should produce 15 million to 20 million pounds of pasta annually and contribute $2 million to $2.5 million in payroll to the local economy.

Experience and more When Cando Pasta took over, one of the partners’ first priorities was to hire former plant workers. Many of them already were working for other Gibbens family businesses, such as the hog farm, according to Jim Gibbens, president of the Towner County economic group. “We wanted people with experience,” he says. “People who might want to be around for two or three years before retiring and are willing to train someone to replace them.” Among them is Steve Torry, a 71-year-

old Cando resident who started with Noodles by Leonardo when it opened in 1982 and stayed until it shut down last year. “I’m working part-time now,” he says. “I’ll stick around until Jim gets someone to replace me. But I like this job. I’m happy.” The key to Cando Pasta’s success, Gibbens says, is three-fold. “We’re old enough and experienced enough to have the capital to buy the pasta plant. We have an experienced workforce. They’re mostly in the 50s to 70s, but they’re going to teach the next generation of workers. And the pasta market is good.” Rodenbiker thinks that will mean good things for Cando, Towner County and the broader region. “There are some good things happening up and down Main Street here,” she says. “The other nice thing is smallbusiness financing. The local banks have been good. Of course, the ag economy has been strong, and that really helps. I think the whole county is starting to rebound, starting to feel good about the economy.”

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NATIONAL NEWS

Creative deals Selling farms sometimes calls for unique agreements

with succession and other issues. The number of farmers who are 65 or older grew by 22 percent nationwide in the five years ending in 2007, according to the latest fedBy Michael Hill Associated Press eral statistics. Based on the advancing age of ALBANY, N.Y. — After four decades farmers, the American of farming, Kevin Carley was ready to Farmland Trust estipass along his dairy operation in cenmates that at least 230 tral New York. And his son-in-law was million acres are likely eager to take charge. to change hands in the But simply selling operating farms — next 20 years — or pricey pieces of land with barns and anroughly a quarter of all imals — can be costly and complicated. farmland. So the pair structured a deal that At the same time, the phased in control to son-in-law Dan price of farmland has Dimon, leaving Carley as an employee. been rising steadily “I just didn’t want to give up, so we around the nation. both had to do a trust thing where I just Staehr notes that even handed him the steering wheel, and I inexpensive farmland said, ‘OK, I’ll ride shotgun,” says Carley, can run $1,000 an acre, 57, taking a break from work at the farm with prime land going in Pompey. for many times that. The need to be innovative in selling Heather Ainsworth, Associated Press In central New York, farms to the next generation is becomG Dan Dimon (left) works in the milking parlor with his father-in-law, Kevin Carley, at The Carley’s family has been ing more urgent as farmland prices rise Carley Farms in Pompey, N.Y., Aug. 29. Dimon is in the process of buying the dairy and milking cows and growand farmers get older. Some farmers ing crops on land they’ve agricultural farm that has been in the Carley family since 1938. have come up with different strategies owned since 1938. Dimon to make sure the younger generation came from a construccan continue to work the land. tion background but took “It is a concern, especially when you ganic corn, soybean and wheat farmer about two dozen calves, building up to farming and was interested in taking have less than 1 percent of the populain Roanoke, Ind., who added 120 acres some equity. Carley gave Dimon a 10over Carley Farms. He says it would tion producing the food for the whole to his existing farm through Iroquois year, zero-interest loan for the rest of have been difficult to buy the $500,000 country,” says Edward Staehr, execulast year. “So I’m able to invest the capithe herd. He paid cash made by selling farm outright. tive director of NY FarmNet, an Ithacathe farm’s crops to pay for the main part tal that would be tied up in the land in Dimon, 28, started in 2009 by buying based not-for-profit that helps farmers other areas of my business.” of the farm with the barn. He has a lifelong lease on the rest of the farm. He kept the name Carley Farms. The two Perseverance generations work side by side milking In other cases, it takes perseverance, 60 cows and growing crops. such as when brothers Chip and Peter “They wanted to see the farm sucShafer bought Nanticoke Gardens, an ceed,” Dimon says. “The logic behind it established bedding plant business was a win-win.” near Binghamton, N.Y., in 2011. Staehr, whose group begins a two-day “We needed a banker that was going conference on farm succession Sept. 24 to be creative,” Peter Shafer says. in Syracuse, says that type of pre-planThe Shafer brothers visited four ning is necessary. Dimon was groomed banks and consulted with FarmNet in for the job and built up equity over search of a loan structured in a way time. He says other farmers help the that took into account the business’s innext generation build equity in similar come stream. The brothers put together ways, with maybe every third calf going a comprehensive business plan that to the new generation. highlighted Peter’s business backIllinois-based Iroquois Valley Farms ground and Chip’s knowledge as a was founded in 2007 to help young orgrower who had been working at the ganic farmers by offering them longEndicott business since 1999. term lease deals on farmland the Two years later, they’re doing well. private company purchased. That way, a “Even though the business had a very young person who doesn’t have $500,000 good history of growing and selling to buy a parcel can still get into farming plants, it’s very hard to leverage that or expand their operations, says comHeather Ainsworth, Associated Press when you go to a bank,” Chip Shafer pany founder David Miller. says. “It’s not really cans of soup that G Dimon, 28, stands next to a corn field at The Carley Farms in Pompey, N.Y., “Purchasing farmland ties up a lot of you’re buying and you’re selling.” Aug. 29. capital,” says Andy Ambriole, an or-

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More rain, please

Good wheat, thirsty beans in central ND n

By Mikkel Pates

Agweek Staff Writer

According to the National Agricultural Statistics Service report released Sept. 3, North Dakota farmers got varying rain and had temperatures 6 to 8 degrees above normal. Some 51 percent of the state is short or very short of topsoil. About 53 percent of the state’s wheat was harvested, which is behind the 99 percent from 2012, but closing in on the average of 68 percent for the date. It was 76 percent excellent in condition. Soybeans were 23 percent in poor or very poor condition and 39 percent good to excellent, with 16 percent dropping leaves, which is slightly ahead of average. About 71 percent of the state’s corn has reached the dough stage, about average, but behind last year’s drought-affected pace. Only 21 percent of the corn was in poor or very poor condition and 41 percent was in good to excellent condition, the report says. Here is what Agweek found in recent stops in central North Dakota.

Taking over the rotation DAZEY, N.D. — Eric Broten and his father, Jim Broten, raise barley, soybeans and corn on their farm with headquarters in the Cooperstown, N.D., area. “It’s the first year E. Broten ever with no wheat on the farm,” Eric says. “Corn and beans are kind of taking over the rotation.” The farm finished harvesting barley in the third week of August. Quality seemed decent. Some of the crop north of Hannaford, N.D., was dry and quality Fessenden

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wasn’t quite as good. “As you got into more moisture, the yields went up and the quality went up,” he says. The Broten farm got an inch of rain Aug. 13, but little after that. Barley ranged from 60 bushels per acre to the mid-80bushel range for field averages across the farm. All of it was “Tradition” barley variety this year. The early crop was really dry and had low test weight, with a fair amount of thin barley. “That all just missed the rains,” Broten says. “As we got farther to the north and farther to the south there was better rain and the quality went back up — test weight was good, and protein. There should be no (vomitoxin).” Corn had great potential if it can fill, but needs rain and heat. Cob size and kernel numbers around the cobs showed potential for an average crop, but is slipping in the first week Mikkel Pates, Agweek of September. “We’re worried the corn will G A good crop of malting barley was harvested by Aug. 21 at the Jim and Eric Broten be there, but the early frost farm near Dazey, N.D. will cut the test weight and we’ll be combining 45-pound that he could measure cucumbers at 2and Robinson areas, as well as to the corn,” he says. Development was a west and south. inches one day and by the next day the “month-plus” behind last year, he In a great year, organic flax producsame fruits were 6 inches long or better, thinks. Everything pollinated pretty he says. tion will hit about 30 bushels per acre, well, but the fill was taking its time, he but this year he’s seeing six to eight “Unreal,” Vandehoven says. “It’s not says. a big patch and I was picking five gallon bushels per acre. “That’s sand ground Soybeans were suffering, especially over there, and so a little moisture buckets a day. We made pickles and on lighter soils. “Where they have gave a bunch of them away.” doesn’t stay like it does in the heavy caught moisture, there’s good beans,” soil,” he says. He hasn’t heard of any orbut without rains the crop will be Our turn ganic buckwheat being “fairly poor.” seeded at all in the reFESSENDEN, N.D. — The Brotens also irrigate some crops, gion this year. Mitch Lloyd is a seed using four pivots. The company will and chemical dealer at stay busy cleaning flax “We go heavy on corn on the pivots,” Lloyd Crop Manage— conventional and orBroten says. “We could have used some ment Inc. in Fessenden, ganic, Vandehoven more heat, but the potential looks reN.D. Lloyd operates in says. ally good under irrigation. If we can a 15-mile radius, and Otherwise, local keep this heat going, that’ll keep filling advises about 80 farmfarmers took off some ers. Wheat, corn, pinto nicely.” Vandehoven 45-bushel wheat in the beans, soybeans and The Broten farm looks for 180- to 200Lloyd area on nonirrigated some winter wheat and bushel corn under irrigation. land. “Nice quality wheat,” he says. In barley are his main the past few years, farmers had been crops. The area historically has had Death of organic getting 75- to 80-bushel wheat, he says. more moisture than surrounding areas, buckwheat There are very few sunflowers, and soybut not this year. bean producers thought that without CARRINGTON, N.D. — Chuck VandeNorth of Fessenden was drier and rain, soon there will be average yields hoven is the manager of the Reimers Lloyd got a good share of the crop on some fields, poor on others. Corn Seed Co., which processes and cleans planted by May 16. Farmers south and organic products — flax and buckwheat. looks good in the area, and farmers are west of Fessenden have a higher water hoping for 100-plus bushels per acre if “By the sounds of it, yields are going table. they don’t get an early frost. to be way down,” Vandehoven says. “There was considerable preventOne notable thing: Vandehoven says “There’s not much buckwheat grown plant — anywhere from 10 percent to 70 it’s been a bumper year for cucumbers anymore, for this year.” The drought percent in that area,” he says. in his area, and he has a couple of them had an impact, especially in the higher on his desk. He says he’s been amazed production areas of the Tappen, Steele CROP: See Page 15


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Continued from Page 14 North of Fessenden, farmers stuck with more small grains. South of town, it was late May by the time they got back into the fields. Most planned to raise wheat, but instead got in with pintos, corn and soybeans where they could. “Planting continued well into June 18 to June 20,” Lloyd says. “That was kind of a common ending date.” The ending date for crop insurance was June 10 for all of the beans. Some chose to quit, but others continued after the deadline. Small grain yields ran a little better than last year — in the 50s and 60s for wheat — which lately has become a normal average for the area. Lloyd thinks much of the wheat had gone 50 to 60 bushels per acre. “Some is going to bump maybe to 70, but I assume as the weeks go by, we’ll see fields that don’t make 40 bushels,” he says. About 10 to 20 percent of the wheat had been harvested by Aug. 21 and was about 70 percent done by Sept. 3. He’d heard farmers were getting good test weight. Beans in the area are looking thirsty. “It’s getting pretty critical,” Lloyd says. Much of the area had received 1 to 1.5 inches of rain in much of July and August. About 0.6 to 0.8 inches of rain came in one storm the last week of August. “The crop was doing well, as long as the plants were vertically extending, to the tasseling stage on corn,” he says. “The roots can still go down during that

phase, but once the plants are done growing vertically up, there’s not much more vertical rooting going down. We’ve been living on subsoil moisture for two months. The cooler temperatures earlier kind of extended the moisture we did have in the soil, but it also delayed the maturity.” The crop has been affected by late planting and a cool early season. “We knew a month ago we had to get wet, get warm, and try to be fortunate enough for a late frost,” he says. “Now we don’t have much time to get wet anymore — it’s just hope for warmth and a later frost. Our turn came up.”

Getting into wheat

CHASELEY, N.D. — Robert and Jeff Kleinsasser and their father, Russell, operate Kleinsasser Farms near Chaseley, N.D. They just started spring wheat harvest on Aug. 2 and were about threefourths finished on Sept. 3. The spring wheat was running “better than expected” at 50 to 60 bushels per acre. He hadn’t tested it for quality, but he said it looked like “nice, heavy wheat.” In the last week of August, the Kleinsassers had picked up a single rain that brought 0.4 to 0.6 inches on parts of their farm. “It can’t hurt; it’s better than not having it,” Robert says. Both the soybeans and the corn were looking pretty good on heavier soil, but kind of sad on the sandy land. The Kleinsassers also raise yearling cattle. Robert says the family has seen a good crop of prairie hay, so that part of the operation has been looking good.

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G Robert Kleinsasser of Kleinsasser Farms in Chaseley, N.D., harvests early spring wheat fields on Aug. 21. Nonirrigated soybeans in the area were getting thirsty and got about a half-inch of rain in the last week of August.


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Life is better n

Former American Crystal Sugar workers navigate changes after lockout

By Ryan Bakken

Forum News Service

MAYVILLE, N.D. — Two years after the American Crystal Sugar Co. lockout and one year after they gave up on returning to work at the Hillsboro, N.D., plant, three former employees say they’re doing better than they could have imagined. The three men in their late 50s, who also are drawing their American Crystal retirement, say they have found new, less-stressful jobs. “As it turned out, life is better this way,” Harlan Johnson of Mayville, N.D., says. In August 2011, about 1,300 workers were locked out of their jobs after the union rejected an American Crystal contract offer. In May, a little more than a month after the union ratified a new contract, about 400 union workers returned to their jobs. American Crystal operates Minnesota processing plants in the communities of East Grand Forks, Crookston and Moorhead, and in the North Dakota communities of Hillsboro and Drayton. Before the union vote in April that gave approval to a new contract, the company said about 650 union employees had resigned or retired. Amid the conversation at a local eatery about how they’ve rebounded, however, three former employees struggled to hide the bitterness toward their former employer. “After 30 years on the job, it’s hard to take a slap in

the face,” says Billy Haines of Hillsboro. Paul Hanson of Mayville says the bitterness has ebbed somewhat. “It’s hard to get over it, but we’re working on it,” he says. Still, for Johnson, Haines and Hanson, they’ve been able to find new forms of employment, and in some aspects, have come to appreciate the changes they’ve encountered, even if it’s been difficult at times.

Starting over Johnson, Hanson and Haines are all long-timers at American Crystal. They say finding new jobs took more time and effort than they anticipated. They John Stennes, Forum News Service thought employers were looking for younger workers. G Billy Haines has found life after American Crystal Sugar by putting his “It was very disheartening,” mechanic skills to use with his family’s resort business. Johnson says. “I applied for a lot of jobs I was qualified for, but says. “You don’t work side-by-side with people for 20the positions were filled by younger guys.” 30 years without creating a bond with them. It was baSo, after 23 years as a wastewater operator for sically a family that worked together and took pride in American Crystal, he produced his own work, starting our work.” a hobby farm and doing custom grass-seeding and sod work. “I always wanted to do some hobby farming, but they forced me into it five years earlier than I had planned,” Johnson says. “Once I made that change and accepted it, life got better.” Haines, a crew leader and certified welder, works as a welder and mechanic and also helps with his family’s resort business. Hanson, a chemist and analyst, is working in the University of North Dakota Medical School lab in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals. “It’s very gratifying helping people solve cancer problems,” Hanson says. “What’s better than that?”

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G Paul Hanson is now working at the University of North Dakota Medical School lab, manufacturing pharmaceuticals.

Haines and Johnson also suffered family hardship a few months into the lockout. Haines’ 23-year-old daughter, Ashley, died in an automobile accident. And Johnson’s wife, Marlene, was diagnosed with cancer. Johnson says his time was occupied by her successful treatment for about a year. “When things went well for my wife, I decided it was time to move on,” he says. “I’ve appreciated the better things in life more ever since.” Haines says it is human nature to fear change. “We’re all forced into change,” he says. “But we’re all so much better off now. If you don’t change anything, you’re stuck in a rut.” “We miss our former co-workers,” Johnson

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G Harlan Johnson was locked out of employment at American Crystal Sugar after 23 years as a wastewater operator. He has transitioned to entrepreneurship.


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Farmers prepare for planting amid uncertainty Source of GMO wheat in Ore. remains mystery

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Oregon farmers are moving ahead with plans to start planting their next crop as questions remain about the source of a patch of genetically modified wheat found in a farmer’s field there last spring that threatened trade between the Pacific Northwest and other countries. Speculation about the origin of the unapproved wheat discovered in northeast Oregon ranges from saboteurs to a passing flock of geese. The U.S Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service says the investigation is ongoing. Grass Valley wheat farmer Darren Padget says they may never know for sure, but he and other farmers are going ahead with plans to start planting winter wheat in mid-September. “It’s one of those things where you just scratch your head,” the Oregon Wheat Commission member says as he

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loads another truck with seed wheat to haul to a supplier for the local farmers’ co-op. “Everybody’s talking about seeding. We had rains through here the other day that will make seeding conditions good.” Blake Rowe, the commission’s CEO, says although Asian buyers stopped placing orders for a couple of months, the overall economic impact has been minimal, and markets are back to normal. Japan, South Korea and Taiwan all resumed placing orders for Northwest wheat after tests failed to turn up any that was genetically modified. The Japanese government tested 1.2 million metric tons of U.S. wheat for GMO material without finding any, according to the trade group U.S. Wheat Associates. “The customers came back before the harvest was really finished,” Rowe says from his Portland office. “It didn’t really interfere too much with the movement of wheat.” If there is any more genetically modified wheat growing, farmers won’t know until spring. Fields that grow wheat this winter will be sprayed with herbicides after harvest in the spring, so they can lie fallow for a year. Any wheat growing after it has been sprayed is likely to have been genetically modified to survive herbicides,

which makes it easier to grow. which there is no real substitute. That’s how the rogue strain was disPadget says things could have been a lot covered. The farmer sent a sample to worse. He’s glad the farmer, who has not Oregon State University, where it was been identified, did the right thing and determined to be genetically modified. notified authorities, rather than plowing USDA confirmed the finding. the genetically modified wheat into the Though USDA says the grain is safe to ground and keeping his mouth shut. eat, it has not been approved for growing “Everybody’s a little more vigilant now in the U.S. Japan and Korea won’t buy than they were before,” Padget says. genetically modified wheat, so they stopped placing new orders, though shipments on existing contracts were not stopped, Padget says. Oregon farmers typically produce 50 million bushels of wheat in a year, Rowe says, and as much as 90 percent of that goes for export, primarily to Asia. Because of drought and frost issues, this year’s harvest likely will be less, though the Jeff Horner, Associated Press final numbers are not in, he says. G A combine harvests wheat along the Oregon“We haven’t heard of Washington border, southwest of Walla Walla, any growers changing what they do,” Rowe says. Wash., on July 24. The source of a patch of “And we have not heard genetically modified wheat found this spring in from any customers who northeast Oregon remains a mystery, and farmers said they are not going to say they are going ahead with plans to plant their use soft white” wheat, for winter crop in coming weeks.


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Weeds targeted as biofuel source Minn. company experiments with new biofuels crop n

By David Shaffer

Minneapolis Star Tribune

ISANTI, Minn. — On the nagging question of whether growing crops to produce biofuel hurts the nation’s food supply, Clayton McNeff hopes to find a practical answer — in weeds. McNeff, the co-inventor of technology used to refine biodiesel at the Ever Cat Fuels plant in Isanti, Minn., has been working for two years with a team of scientists and farmers to commercially grow two seed-bearing weeds as energy crops. Last month, SarTec an agricultural nutrients producer controlled by McNeff’s family that expanded into biodiesel in the past decade, crushed its first oil seeds harvested from weeds. The oil will be refined into biofuel that works in diesel cars, trucks and tractors. The goal of the project is to avoid using food crops such as soybeans for fuel or displacing food crops with energy crops. So the research has focused on raising soybeans and weeds in the same fields and during the same growing season. “You are double-cropping on the same land,” says McNeff, vice president for Isanti-based SarTec. After planting the weed crops

camelina or pennycress in late fall or early spring, some participating farmers have harvested them early enough to grow traditional crops in the same growing season. “You are able to get both an energy crop and a cash crop like a soybean crop,” he says. “That way, we can provide both the energy we need ... and the food.” The SarTec team recently began extracting camelina oil at the plant in Isanti, but only after a frustrating year for researchers. They struggled to screen out chaff — bits of leaves and flowers — so the sesame-sized camelina seeds could be crushed in an oil press. Though small, the seeds’ oil content can be as high as 40 percent. That’s a better ratio than in soybeans, the main source of biodiesel. “The seed is so tiny we had to find a screen that had very, very tiny perforations, and the supplier had a problem doing that,” says Pete Greuel, SarTec’s general manager, as he stood near a machine that now squeezes out light-yellow weed oil. “We press the oil out, and take it over to Ever Cat Fuels and make biodiesel.” Biodiesel has been produced since 2009 at the 3-million-gallon-per-year Ever Cat Fuels plant. It now uses waste oils collected from restaurants and other inedible fats, but the company has kept looking for other nonfood oils to produce biodiesel. SarTec is not the first company to look at camelina and pennycress as

fuel crops. Both weeds have been studied by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, seed companies and university scientists. Camelina meal, the oilrich residue from seed pressing, has been approved as cattle feed Elizabeth Flores, Minneapolis Star Tribune by the U.S. G SarTec/EverCat Fuels’ Clayton McNeff shows how a portable Food and Drug Admin- biodiesel production unit works Aug. 2 in Isanti, Minn. The company plans to take it to farms, agricultural businesses and coistration. ops to process natural oil wastes, soybean oil and other lipids into One of the Minnesota re- biodiesel. search team’s goals is to largely automated way to produce master the practical steps for farmers fuel from weeds grown on the farm. to profitably grow such weed crops. “We have to get farther away from McNeff says he aims to find out “what food crops being used for fuel,” says the value proposition is for the Melanie Waite-Altringer, a biology farmer.” faculty member at Anoka-Ramsey Nine farmers and Minnesota’s who maintains the project’s website Anoka-Ramsey Community College and has participated in the research have been part of the effort, which is with her students. “We have to go to funded by a three-year, $500,000 U.S. different crops that will grow without Energy Department grant and matcha lot of nutrients, and this is defiing funds from SarTec. In a separate, nitely one of them. You don’t need a related project, SarTec recently developed a portable biodiesel refinery lot of fertilizer to grow it — it’s a that it hopes to market to farmers as a weed.”

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BROOKINGS, S.D. — Southern rust was confirmed in South Dakota’s Turner, Brookings and Lincoln counties. According to Emmanuel Byamukama, South Dakota State University Extension plant pathology specialist, southern rust is an unusual disease to occur on corn in South Dakota. “Southern rust is favored by warm (80 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit) and humid conditions. The occurrence of southern rust is a concern because most of the corn hybrids are susceptible to southern rust, unlike the com-

mon rust, for which most dent corn hybrids have resistance genes,” Byamukama says. Byamukama adds, because most of the corn is passed dent growth stage, the development of southern rust may not significantly affect grain yield. But for corn that was planted late and has not passed dent, Byamukama encourages growers to scout and prepare to apply fungicide if southern rust favorable weather conditions continue. The general recommended threshold for rust severity is 15 percent on a whole plant basis. “With the warm weather and heavy dew in the mornings, southern rust may develop to higher severities in a short time,” Byamukama says. “Growers are encouraged to keep scouting before deciding if a fungicide is

needed. By the time heavy pustules are seen on leaves above the ear, it may be too late to apply a fungicide.” The corn plant pathology working group published a list of fungicides that are effective for several fungal pathogens on corn. This list can be downloaded at www.extension.purdue .edu/extmedia/BP/BP-85-W.pdf. Fungicide labels should be consulted to crosscheck pre-harvest restrictions.

Common versus southern rust

The two rusts can be easily differentiated by the color and distribution on the leaf surface, Byamukama says. “Just like the name suggests, common rust is very common. We have found this rust in every corn field we have scouted. Common rust severity of

up to 50 percent on the lower leaves has been observed in a few corn fields,” he says. “Common rust has circular to elongate golden brown to cinnamon brown pustules that are usually randomly distributed on the leaves. These pustules can also be seen on lower side of the leaf.” On the other hand, Byamukama explains that southern rust pustules are circular to oval light brown to orange and occur in clusters on the upper side of the leaf. Southern rust pustules have a yellow halo surrounding the pustules when the leaf is held against light. Both the common rust and southern rust do not overwinter in South Dakota. Rust spores are blown from southern states into South Dakota. Therefore corn residue or crop rotation does not affect the rust disease development.


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An unusual twist Millions left in American Indian farmer settlement n

By Mary Clare Jalonick

Associated Press

WASHINGTON — It’s an unusual twist for Washington these days: There’s money left over from a $680 million settlement the federal government awarded American Indian farmers in 2010 after decades of discrimination. A three-year claims process is complete, and more than half the settlement money is still available. The plaintiffs want to use the unexpected $380 million windfall to form a foundation that could be the largest Indian country has ever seen. Joseph Sellers, the lead lawyer for the American Indian plaintiffs, says the amount of money left over was a big surprise to those involved. It turned out that many potential recipients had died, lost any evidence of discrimination or felt too distrustful of the government to even apply, he says. Lawyers expected around 10,000 people to file claims and the remainder to be in the hundreds of thousands of dollars, but less than 4,000 people sought part of the settlement. The settlement agreement calls for any leftover money to be distributed to American Indian farmer organizations, but none of those groups was set up to handle so much money. So the plaintiffs decided the best way to handle the funds was to set up a new foundation, led by Indian leaders, to help American Indian farmers and ranchers. “We believe it would be the largest philanthropic organization devoted to Native Americans in the history of this country,” Sellers says. The plaintiffs notified the federal court of their desire to form the new organization Aug. 30. The court has to approve it. Sellers says the idea is that a larger fund could make annual grants to all of the smaller organizations and have a longer-term impact on those groups than dispersing the funds all at once. According to the most recent count by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, now five years old, there were about 80,000 American Indian farm operators throughout the country, or less than 3 percent of total operators.

If approved, the foundation would give money to smaller groups to train American Indian farmers to help them become more effective at farming and also at seeking government help, including assisting people who apply for farm loans and making sure the government is representing their interests. The new fund could pay out tens of millions a year just off interest generated from the fund, Sellers says.

“We believe it would be the largest philanthropic organization devoted to Native Americans in the history of the country.” Joseph Sellers attorney

Keeping the farms Claryca Mandan of North Dakota, a plaintiff in the case, says American Indians are concerned about losing land, as they have for generations, and such training and education could help many people keep their farms and pass them on to younger generations. “This is our chance at leaving a longterm legacy,” she says. “It wasn’t anticipated in the original agreement, but it’s probably one of the best outcomes in the case, to leave a legacy like this.” The original lawsuit, named after George and Marilyn Keepseagle of Fort Yates, N.D., was filed in 1999 and contends Indian farmers and ranchers lost hundreds of millions of dollars over several decades because they were denied USDA loans that instead went to their white neighbors. The government settled a similar lawsuit filed by black farmers around the time the Indian lawsuit was filed. After more than a decade in the court, the government offered the settlement in October 2010. The settlement also included $80 million in farm debt forgiveness for the Indian plaintiffs and a series of initiatives to try to alleviate racism against American Indians and other minorities in rural farm loan offices. At the time, President Barack Obama said the settlement “helps strengthen the nation to nation relationship and underscores the federal government’s commitment to treat all citizens fairly.”

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The August index for all crops, at 213, decreased 7.4 percent from July and 8.6 percent from August 2012. Index decreases for feed grains and hay and oilseeds more than offset index increases for food grains. The August index for food grains, at 232, is 0.4 percent below the previous month and 12 percent lower than a year ago. The August price for all wheat, at $6.91 per bushel, is down 2 cents from July and $1.13 below August 2012. The August index for feed grains and hay, at 258, is down 9.8 percent from July and 17 percent below a year ago. The corn price, at $6.02 per bushel, is 77 cents lower than July and $1.61 below August 2012. The all hay price, at $180 per ton, is down $10 from July and $3 below last August. The August index for potatoes, at 189, is down 18 percent from July but 31 percent above August 2012. The all dry bean price, at $41.60 per hundredweight, is up $1.10 from the previous month and $1.80 above August 2012. The August index for livestock and livestock-related products, at 163, is 0.6 percent below July but is 5.8 percent higher than August 2012. Compared with a year ago, prices are higher for broilers, hogs, milk, cattle, and calves. Prices for turkeys and eggs are down from last year. The August index for meat animals, at 164, is up 0.6 percent from July and 5.1 percent higher than last year. The August index for dairy prices, at 148, is up 2.1 percent from a month ago and 6.5 percent higher than last year. The August index for poultry and

eggs, at 173, is down 4.4 percent from July but is 7.5 percent above a year ago. The August production index, at 235, increased 0.4 percent from July and 1.7 percent from last year. Prices for feed, livestock, fuels and machinery are up from August 2012, but fertilizer prices are down from August 2012 and July 2013. The August index for feed, at 280, increased 1.8 percent from July but decreased 2.8 percent from last August. The August index for poultry, at 169, increased 4.3 percent from July and 12 percent from last year. Since July, prices for feeder cattle and feeder pigs are higher. The August feeder cattle price, at $149.20 per hundredweight, is up $6.30 per hundredweight from the July price. August feeder pigs averaged $134. per hundredweight, up $8 per hundredweight from July. The August index for fertilizer, at 299, is down 4.5 percent from July and 6.6 percent below August a year ago. The August index for chemicals, at 158, is unchanged from July but increased 2.6 percent from last August. Compared with July, prices for herbicides, insecticides, and fungicides/other are higher. The August index for fuels, at 358, is up 2 percent from a month earlier, but 0.3 percent below August 2012. Compared with July, prices are higher for LP gas and diesel, but lower for gasoline. The August index for machinery, at 265, increased 0.4 percent from July and is 2.7 percent above last August.

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Aberdeen Hub City Livestock, Aberdeen, S.D. Receipts: 1633; Last Week 2611; Year Ago 3110. Yearling steers and heifers steady to firm on a light test. Also today was first run on new crop calves. Market activity moderate with very good buying demand. Steers 43 percent, heifers 58 percent, 75 percent over 600 lbs. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1: 8 351 lbs 208.00; 26 410 lbs 204.00; 90 507 lbs 186.25; 10 591 lbs 176.00; 26 619 lbs 163.08; 25 676 lbs 164.87; 32 733 lbs 156.07; 79 785 lbs 160.47; 73 839 lbs 160.52; 60 858 lbs 161.00. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1-2: 8 709 lbs 123.00; 8 866 lbs 146.50. Feeder Steers Large 1: 7 505 lbs 162.00. Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1: 13 385 lbs 173.00; 33 400 lbs 188.50; 81 464 lbs 183.00; 28 621 lbs 165.73; 47 678 lbs 162.68; 181 731 lbs 155.70; 82 790 lbs 157.64; 130 833 lbs 152.75; 16 899 lbs 148.75.

Fort Pierre Fort Pierre Livestock Auction, Fort Pierre, S.D. Receipts: 2990; Three Weeks Ago 1756; Year Ago 3650. Last Feeder Sale was three weeks ago, therefore no comparisons may be made. Good Demand for several Long Strings of Feeder Steers and Many Packages of Tested Open Heifers which sold on a Moderate to Active Market. 90 percent of Receipts were Feeder Cattle, balance was Slaughter Cows and Bulls. Of the Feeder Cattle Offering 68 percent Steers, 32 percent Heifers, 94 percent over 600 lbs. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1: 10 501 lbs 188.00; 8 588 lbs 178.00; 100 558 lbs 197.00 Thin Fleshed; 89 601 lbs 183.50; 43 666 lbs 170.02; 13 702 lbs 168.00; 60 784 lbs 163.61; 62 845 lbs 157.00; 260 892 lbs 155.25; 615 924 lbs 154.01; 348 962 lbs 148.08. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1-2: 5 515 lbs 179.00; 41 626 lbs 169.00; 58 945 lbs 147.50. Feeder Steers Large 1: 8 533 lbs 179.00; 10 717 lbs 154.00; 7 795 lbs 146.50. Feeder Steers Large 1-2: 19 782 lbs 138.00. Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1: 37 611 lbs 162.49; 13 627 lbs 152.00 Fleshy; 20 780 lbs 156.96; 96 836 lbs 153.10; 279 880 lbs 150.17; 83 925 lbs 149.18; 41 926 lbs 142.99 Fleshy; 52 952 lbs 144.40. Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1-2: 13 592 lbs 160.00; 38 669 lbs 155.36; 28 807 lbs 150.50. Feeder Heifers Large 1: 18 541 lbs 160.00; 22 739 lbs 158.00; 37 776 lbs 148.00; 61 898 lbs 142.50.

Mitchell Mitchell Livestock Auction Co., Mitchell, S.D. Receipts: 4843; Two Weeks Ago 1976; Year Ago 2016. Feeder steers 750-1050 lbs steady to 3.00 higher, with the exception of 900-950 lbs 1.00 to 5.00 higher. Feeder heifers 750-900 lbs 2.00 to 5.00 higher, 900-950 lbs mostly steady. Ac-

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tive market today, with good to very good demand for calves and yearlings. Several attractive strings of light fleshed yearlings offered today selling in load lots. Few packages of springs calves offered today off the cow this morning. The feeder cattle run was made up of 60 percent steers, 25 percent heifers, 15 percent Holsteins. 87 percent of the run weighed over 600 lbs. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1: 7 249 lbs 212.50; 59 370 lbs 214.07; 65 429 lbs 203.22; 27 463 lbs 191.70; 19 528 lbs 171.60; 4 579 lbs 166.00; 8 614 lbs 172.00; 15 682 lbs 169.51; 49 713 lbs 165.12; 280 758 lbs 161.68; 240 829 lbs 159.62; 214 885 lbs 154.91; 454 923 lbs 152.00; 454 985 lbs 146.68. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1-2: 24 625 lbs 156.75; 5 657 lbs 160.50; 8 810 lbs 145.01; 21 881 lbs 146.25; 5 935 lbs 145.51. Feeder Steers Large 1: 655 1024 lbs 144.64; 120 1070 lbs 138.49; 6 1131 lbs 128.00. Feeder Steers Large 1-2: 25 1006 lbs 139.13. Feeder Holstein Steers Large 2-3: 48 586 lbs 127.26; 46 633 lbs 133.71; 143 669 lbs 131.70; 98 709 lbs 129.75; 71 783 lbs 123.61; 33 991 lbs 115.00. Feeder Holstein Steers Large 3: 23 378 lbs 134.00; 60 440 lbs 130.04; 4 470 lbs 125.00; 42 509 lbs 123.36; 41 570 lbs 118.07; 37 674 lbs 121.34; 23 722 lbs 111.00; 3 1102 lbs 102.00. Feeder Holstein Steers Large 3-4: 11 339 lbs 120.00; 17 363 lbs 124.00; 6 459 lbs 122.00. Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1: 4 240 lbs 203.00; 8 284 lbs 188.00; 14 329 lbs 195.00; 51 378 lbs 192.60; 20 415 lbs 183.77; 8 454 lbs 171.36; 35 529 lbs 155.54; 22 570 lbs 162.61; 50 618 lbs

Napoleon Livestock Auction Inc., Napoleon, N.D. Receipts: 992; Last Week 797; Year Ago 868. There were not enough steers this week for a comparison. Heifers showed higher undertones with 800 to 850 weights 7.00 higher. Good demand for all classes of feeders today. Receipts were 13 percent steers and 87 percent heifers. 79 percent of today’s offering were over 600 lbs. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1: 5 376 lbs 184.50; 15 527 lbs 174.97; 12 553 lbs 175.00; 16 610 lbs 171.23; 21 693 lbs 163.46; 10 746 lbs 159.50; 26 757 lbs 156.00; 35 817 lbs 152.76; 10 878 lbs 146.00. Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1: 6 423 lbs 169.00; 16 515 lbs 167.29; 138 581 lbs 164.25; 6 647 lbs 159.50; 16 674 lbs 154.74; 21 720 lbs 155.42; 156 782 lbs 151.93; 333 809 lbs 151.59; 27 947 lbs 140.50; 9 962 lbs 137.00. Feeder Heifers Large 1: 18 1034 lbs 134.50.

St. Onge Sheep: Receipts: 2169; Last Week 1256; Year Ago 3332. Feeder Lambs under 70 lbs steady over 80 lbs 3.00 to 6.00 higher, Slaughter Ewes 1.00 to 3.00 higher. Very Good Demand for all classes of Sheep which sold on a Very Active Market. Today’s offering consisted of 74 percent Feeder Lambs, 2 percent Replacement Ewes, 24 percent Slaughter Ewes and Bucks. Slaughter Lambs Wooled Good 2-3: 15 134 lbs 108.00. Slaughter Ewes Good 2-3 (Fleshy): 108 157 lbs 27.00; 95 163 lbs 25.50. Slaughter Ewes Good 3-4 (Fleshy): 29 200 lbs 25.50. Slaughter Ewes Utility 1-2 (Medium): 102 149 lbs 21.50. Slaughter Ewes Cull 1 (Thin): 101 131 lbs 20.00. Feeder Lambs Medium and Large 1-2: 8 54 lbs 120.00; 71 67 lbs 116.83; 139 75 lbs 114.95; 414 86 lbs 117.72; 228 95 lbs 111.31; 467 104 lbs 110.65; 157 112 lbs 110.65. Feeder Lambs Medium and Large 2: 17 42 lbs 117.00; 5 52 lbs 108.00. Feeder Lambs Medium and Large 2-3: 12 32 lbs 110.00. Feeder Lambs Large 1-2: 86 87 lbs 108.38. — Agweek Survey and Wire Reports. Information from local sales yards is obtained from yard representatives and has not been confirmed by Agweek Magazine or USDA.

From the hill

USDA will not withdraw poultry rule Agency defends legislation despite GAO criticism n

By Jerry Hagstrom

Special to Agweek

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service will not withdraw its proposed rule to make changes to poultry inspections, Agriculture Undersecretary for Food Safety Elisabeth Hagen told Agweek, even though the Government Accountability Office issued a report Sept. 4 criticizing the way FSIS has handled pilot projects that led up to the rule. “This is about public health,” Hagen said, noting that the rule is based on more than the poultry inspection pilot projects that GAO analyzed. “We are focusing on the things that matter, not things we thought mattered in the '50s. We’ve got to reverse the trend on salmonella and this is a big step toward it.” Hagen noted that the GAO did not suggest that FSIS withdraw the rule and that the agency agreed with the GAO that it should disclose the limitations of the data and evaluate a pilot project on hog inspections. Hagen also noted that FSIS has not made any decisions about moving forward with a rule to change hog inspections. The GAO said stakeholders did not have adequate information to comment on the rule. Hagen confirmed that the comment period is closed, but also noted that the proposal is still at USDA and will go through further drafting before it is sent to the Office of Management and Budget. FSIS Administrator AL Almanza also wrote a blog for Food Safety News defending the rule and FSIS posted the blog on its website.

No thorough evaluation The GAO study was requested by Sen. Kirsten

Gillibrand, D-N.Y., and said USDA did not thoroughly evaluate the performance of pilot projects to change the system of poultry inspection before concluding that an inspection system based on the pilot projects would ensure equivalent, if not better, levels of food safety and quality than currently provided at plants not in the pilot project. USDA’s FSIS inspectors provide continuous inspection of each meat and poultry carcass and its parts that enter interstate commerce, but in January 2012, USDA proposed a rule that it says would make inspections more efficient by allowing plant personnel to do some of the inspections. The rule was based on three pilot projects that began in 1998. GAO concluded that USDA’s lack of evaluation and disclosure that there were limits to the information resulted in stakeholders not having complete and accurate information to inform their comments on the proposed rule and its potential impacts. Gillibrand chairs the Senate Agriculture Subcommittee on Livestock, Dairy, Poultry, Marketing and Agriculture Security. “The GAO saw through the euphemistically named ‘modernization’ proposal and confirmed our fears that FSIS does not have the scientific basis to justify privatizing poultry inspection,” said Food & Water Watch Executive Director Wenonah Hauter. Hauter also noted that the Southern Poverty Law Center and a coalition of civil rights groups filed a formal petition urging the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to issue new work speed standards in meat and poultry plants and for FSIS to reconsider the proposed rule. “For FSIS to truly ‘modernize’ poultry inspection, the Obama administration needs to get the legal authority from Congress to hold companies accountable for putting contaminated food into commerce, not deregulate inspection. It’s time to take a good hard look at the poor management of FSIS, withdraw the flawed rule and restore the funding in the fiscal yar 2014 FSIS budget to keep independent and

trained FSIS inspectors on the job,” Hunter said. The National Chicken Council also defended the proposal. “This proposal is about making food safer — period,” said Ashley Peterson, NCC vice president of scientific and regulatory affairs. “In an effort to continue our progress towards reducing foodborne illnesses, we believe that the poultry inspection system should be modernized to transition to a model that is more science and risk-based, from one that was implemented in 1957.” NCC noted that FSIS plans to present the updated analyses with the final rule “in a manner that will facilitate public understanding of the information used to support the rulemaking. “ Peterson also addressed the issue of increased line speeds and claims of their effects on worker safety and food safety. “OSHA data speaks for itself: we have a sustained record of improving the safety of our workplace during the last two decades,” Peterson said. “Over the past 14 years of this pilot program there has been no evidence to substantiate the assertion that increased line speeds will increase injuries.” “It is not in a poultry company’s best interests to operate at speeds that would harm its workers, and common sense tells you it is not in a company’s best interest to operate at speeds that cannot produce safe and high-quality poultry products,” she said. Further, USDA already has plans to produce compliance guidelines that would streamline the training of poultry slaughter employees who conduct carcass and associated viscera sorting activities, Peterson said. But she concluded, “One thing is certain — whether chicken plants operate under traditional inspection or choose to opt in to this voluntary, modernized inspection system, the end result is the same — rigorous food safety standards are applied to all chicken products and these products must meet or exceed these safety standards set forth by USDA in order to reach consumers.”


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Cattle summary Cattle receipts: 179,800; Last Week 400,800; Last Year 211,600. Available supplies of yearling feeder cattle sold steady to 2.00 higher with the full advance noted in the direct trade arenas while auction receipts were light. Steer and heifer calf sales were unevenly steady this past week with the Southeastern markets largely steady to 3.00 lower, while a firm undertone was prevalent in most other regions on light receipts. Labor Day caused most Monday auctions to be closed, including the Oklahoma National Stockyards and the Joplin Regional Stockyards. Plus, many Tuesday salebarns operated on light numbers as holiday interruptions caused increased market uncertainty but by the end of the week it was evident that buyer demand remains good on most classes. The Torrington, WY Livestock Commission Company held their annual Labor Day Special on Monday with nearly 6500 head on offer. Included in the long list of impressive sales were a 247 head string of big steers weighing 1044 lbs at 143.50, and a 46 head lot of little steer calves weighing 353 lbs at 229.00. Farther north on Wednesday, at the Hub City Livestock Auction in Aberdeen, SD a load lot of 858 lb steers topped the market at 161.00. Yearling feeder cattle demand is noticeably better in the northern half of the country where silage cutters are chopping away at the least impressive immature corn fields, while farmers still believe their favorite fields will bring about handsome yields despite slightly lowered crop condition reports. Fed cattle sold steady in the Southern Plains at 123.00 while northern feedlot trade was 1.00- 2.00 lower from 194.00-195.00 dressed, and still passing 123.00 bids late Friday. Reported auction volume included 55 percent over 600 lbs and 42 percent heifers. IOWA 5700. 66 pct over 600 lbs. 37 pct heifers. Steers: Medium and Large 1 350-400 lbs (359) 233.33; 400-450 lbs (420) 220.64; 450-500 lbs (472) 200.94; 500-550 lbs (529) 181.58; 550-600 lbs (569) 175.43, yearlings (551) 190.75; 600- 650 lbs (630) 177.56; 650-700 lbs (671) 173.12; 700-750 lbs (728) 164.79; 750- 800 lbs (777) 162.21; 800-850 lbs (826) 155.91; 850-900 lbs (879) 151.86; 900- 950 lbs (906) 149.63. Medium and Large 1-2 400-450 lbs (420) 198.69; 500-550 lbs (519) 168.05; 650-700 lbs (678) 154.90; 750-800 lbs (785) 154.00. Heifers: Medium and Large 1 300-350 lbs (339) 206.00; 350-400 lbs (380) 188.46; 400-450 lbs (419) 177.82; 450-500 lbs (472) 173.93; 500-550 lbs (514) 163.34; 550-600 lbs (568) 156.96; 600-650 lbs (618) 166.17; 650-700 lbs (681) 148.04; 700-750 lbs (713) 146.53; 750-800 lbs (779) 142.29; 850-900 lbs (864) 132.58. Medium and Large 1-2 450-500 lbs (480) 166.14; 550-600 lbs (566) 148.30; 700-750 lbs (725) 138.54. NEBRASKA 16,000. 76 pct over 600 lbs. 51 pct heifers. Steers: Medium and Large 1 pkg 295 lbs 247.00; 300-350 lbs (326) 224.05; 350-400 lbs (378) 223.02; 400-450 lbs (428) 222.98; 450-500 lbs (480) 203.40; 500-550 lbs (525) 191.14; 550-600 lbs (573) 186.10; 600-650 lbs (629) 180.83; 650-700 lbs (670) 171.52; 700-750 lbs (727) 171.18, value added (712) 196.85; 750-800 lbs (776) 164.05; 800-850 lbs (823) 161.35, value added (806) 172.00; 850-900 lbs (875) 155.27; 900-950 lbs (926) 154.59; 950-1000 lbs (979) 149.43; part load 1010 lbs 149.85. Medium and Large 1-2 300-350 lbs (340) 204.51; 350-400 lbs (376) 206.10; 400- 450 lbs (420) 198.60; 450-500 lbs (481) 190.26; 500-550 lbs (524) 182.74; 550- 600 lbs (574) 178.99; 700-750 lbs (741) 161.03; 800-850 lbs (822) 152.29; 850- 900 lbs (868) 148.09; 900-950 lbs (912) 148.14. Heifers: Medium and Large 1 300-350 lbs (322) 196.63; 350-400 lbs (369) 187.20; 400-450 lbs (416) 183.63; 450-500 lbs (477) 177.15; 500-550 lbs (515) 177.13; 550-600 lbs (570) 169.96; 600-650 lbs (632) 164.82; 650-700 lbs (673) 161.81; 700-750 lbs (724) 156.17; 750-800 lbs (769) 153.87; 800-850 lbs (819) 151.60; 850-900 lbs (865) 148.98; 900-950 lbs (926) 146.02; 950-1000 lbs (973) 140.97; 1000-1050 lbs (1004) 136.33. Medium and Large 1-2 300-350 lbs (329) 173.68; 400-450 lbs (425) 174.69; 450-500 lbs (474) 161.04; 700-750 lbs (726) 146.39; 750-800 lbs (782) 144.65. COLORADO - There were not enough feeder cattle sales to report. WYOMING 8500. 81 pct over 600 lbs. 55 pct heifers. Steers: Medium and Large 1 200-250 lbs (269) 245.93; pkg 350 lbs 229.00; 400-450 lbs (433) 209.77; 450-500 lbs (466) 190.73; 500-550 lbs (506) 189.04; 550-600 lbs (574) 188.44; 600-650 lbs (624) 171.82; 650-700 lbs (666) 167.66; 700-750 lbs (721) 166.46; 750-800 lbs (768) 159.35; 800-850 lbs (820) 154.21; 850-900 lbs (864) 152.55; 900-950 lbs (904) 147.67; 950-1000 lbs (976) 143.41; 1000-1050 lbs (1042) 142.90; 1050-1100 lbs (1063) 138.73. Heifers: Medium and Large 1 250-300 lbs (292) 209.83; 300-350 lbs (331) 203.68; 350-400 lbs (372) 197.72; 400-450 lbs (426) 162.40; pkg 460 lbs 167.27; 550-600 lbs (561) 169.26; 600650 lbs (628) 159.98; 650-700 lbs (685) 157.02; 700-750 lbs (730) 153.72; 750-800 lbs (784) 151.44; 800-850 lbs (829) 148.39; 850-900 lbs (867) 148.55; 900-950 lbs (921) 142.20; 950-1000 lbs (974) 140.60; 1000-1050 lbs (1034) 136.32. DAKOTAS 10,500. 86 pct over 600 lbs. 35 pct heifers. South Dakota9500. Steers: Medium and Large 1 350-400 lbs (367) 213.38; 400-450 lbs (424) 203.43; 450-500 lbs (463) 191.70; 500-550 lbs (510) 183.97; 550-600 lbs (588) 174.94; 600-650 lbs (606) 178.33; 650-700 lbs (672)

Markets 168.37; 700-750 lbs (718) 162.37; 750-800 lbs (766) 161.73; 800-850 lbs (833) 159.36; 850-900 lbs (885) 155.74; 900-950 lbs (924) 153.16; 950-1000 lbs (975) 147.28. Medium and Large 1-2 600- 650 lbs (626) 164.48; 850-900 lbs (877) 146.32; 900-950 lbs (944) 147.34. Holsteins: Large 3 pkg 380 lbs 134.00; 400-450 lbs (440) 130.04; 500550 lbs (509) 123.36; 550-600 lbs (570) 118.07; 650-700 lbs (674) 121.34; pkg 720 lbs 111.00. Heifers: Medium and Large 1 350-400 lbs (380) 188.57; 400-450 lbs (406) 186.67; 450-500 lbs (463) 181.98; 500-550 lbs (529) 155.54; 550-600 lbs (570) 162.61; 600-650 lbs (617) 162.38; 650-700 lbs (670) 160.51; 700-750 lbs (730) 155.45; 750-800 lbs (773) 155.68; 800-850 lbs (832) 152.65; 850-900 lbs (879) 150.14; 900-950 lbs (932) 142.65; 950-1000 lbs (956) 141.45. Medium and Large 1-2 650-700 lbs (667) 154.11; 750-800 lbs (760) 148.78; 800850 lbs (811) 147.22. NORTH DAKOTA- 1000. Steers: Medium and Large 1 650-700 lbs (693) 163.46; 750-800 lbs (757) 156.00; 800-850 lbs (817) 152.76. Heifers: Medium and Large 1 550-600 lbs (581) 164.25; 700-750 lbs (720) 155.42; 750-800 lbs (782) 151.93; 800-850 lbs (809) 151.59; half load 950 lbs 140.50. MONTANA 1400. 91 pct over 600 lbs. 74 pct heifers. Steers: Medium and Large 1 700-750 lbs (734) 159.74; 850-900 lbs (874) 148.27. Heifers: Medium and Large 1 pkg 580 lbs yearlings 162.00; 650-700 lbs (671) 159.05; 700-750 lbs (714) 150.50; half load 795 lbs 148.00; 800-850 lbs (834) 143.02; 850-900 lbs (865) 144.81; 900-950 lbs (916) 142.82.

Hog summary Receipts: 85,529; 95,243 last week; 98,997 last year. Early weaned pigs steady to 1.00 per head higher. All feeder pigs steady. Demand light to moderate for moderate offerings. Receipts include 48% formulated prices. All Prices Quoted on Per Head Basis With An Estimated Lean Value of 50-54% Formula Formula Cash Cash Lot Size Head Range Wtd Avg Head Range Wtd Avg EARLY WEANED Pigs 10-12 Pounds Basis: 600 or less 738 41.00-43.75 42.94 3119 36.00-38.00 37.41 600 - 1200 6414 34.38-45.00 39.96 6500 34.00-41.00 37.29 1200 or more 34263 33.61-48.00 40.87 21550 33.00-43.50 38.60 Total Composite 41415 33.61-48.00 40.77 31169 33.00-43.50 38.21 FEEDER Pigs 40 Pounds Basis: 600 or less 2145 52.00-58.00 54.99 600 - 1200 4925 49.00-60.00 55.43 1200 or more 5875 55.00-59.00 57.35 Total Composite 12945 49.00-60.00 56.23

Sheep summary Receipts: 36,000; 43,000 last week; 35,000 last year. Slaughter lambs were steady to 10.00 higher. Slaughter ewes were steady to 3.00 higher. Feeder lambs were steady to 6.00 higher. At San Angelo, TX 3055 head sold in a one-day sale. Equity Electronic Auction sold 340 slaughter lambs in North Dakota. In direct trading slaughter ewes were steady and feeder lambs were firm. 5500 head of negotiated sales of slaughter lambs were steady and 8900 head of formula sales of dressed lambs under 55 lbs were not well tested; 55-65 lbs were 7.00-8.00 lower; 65-75 lbs were 6.00-7.00 higher; over 75 lbs were not well tested. 3,615 lamb carcasses sold with 45 lbs and down 1.31 higher; 45-55 lbs 4.52 lower; 55-65 lbs 4.57 higher; 65-85 lbs 1.26 higher and 65 lbs and up 5.65 higher. All sheep sold per hundred weight (CWT) unless otherwise specified. Slaughter Lambs: Choice and Prime 2-3 90-160 lbs: South Dakota: shorn and wooled 115-160 lbs 115.00-122.50; wooled 134 lbs 108.00. Slaughter Lambs: Choice and Prime 1: Ft. Collins: 65-75 lbs 120.00-123.00; 80-105 lbs 113.00-120.50; 115-130 lbs 111.00-114.00. Direct Trading: (lambs fob with 3-4 percent shrink or equivalent) 5500: Slaughter Lambs shorn and wooled 100-166 lbs 110.00 122.00 (wtd avg 118.13); no dressed sales reported. Slaughter Ewes: Ft. Collins: Good 3-5 (very fleshy) 40.00-45.00; Good 2-3 (fleshy) 41.00-48.00; Utility 1-2 (thin) 31.0039.00; Cull 1(extremely thin) 19.50. So Dakota: Good 3-4 (very fleshy) 25.50-49.00; Good 2-3 (fleshy) 25.50-38.00; Utility and Good 1-3 (medium flesh) 25.00-27.00; Utility 1-2 (thin) 16.00-25.00; Cull 1 (extremely thin) 20.00. Feeder Lambs: Medium and Large 1-2: Ft. Collins: 75 lbs 116.00; 88 lbs 115.50; 113 lbs 114.00. So Dakota: 54 lbs 120.00; 65-70 lbs 114.50-119.00; 70-80 lbs 112.50-121.00; 80-90 lbs 110.50-120.50; 90-100 lbs 102.00-117.00; 100-110 lbs 109.50112.50; 110-120 lbs 108.00-114.00. Replacement Ewes: Medium and Large 1-2: San Angelo: hair ewe lambs 70-75 lbs 132.00-134.00 cwt. So Dakota: ewe lambs 125 lbs 140.00 cwt; young 211 lbs 51.00 cwt; baby tooth to solid mouth 79.00-88.00 per head.

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Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Sep Oct Dec Sep Oct Dec 115 10.67 10.70 14.10 0.02 0.02 0.10 116 9.67 9.72 13.12 0.02 0.05 0.12 118 7.67 7.75 11.17 0.02 0.07 0.17 120 5.67 5.77 9.22 0.02 0.10 0.22 122 3.67 3.87 7.35 0.02 0.20 0.35 124 1.67 2.17 5.60 0.05 0.50 0.57 126 0.10 0.92 4.00 0.32 1.25 0.97 127 0.07 0.52 3.27 1.32 1.85 1.25 128 0.02 0.30 2.62 2.32 2.62 1.60 129 0.05 0.17 2.02 3.32 3.50 2.00 130 0.02 0.10 1.55 4.32 4.42 2.52 131 0.02 0.07 1.17 5.32 5.40 3.15 132 0.02 0.05 0.85 6.32 6.37 3.82 133 0.02 0.02 0.60 7.32 7.35 4.57 134 0.02 0.02 0.42 8.32 8.35 5.40 135 0.02 0.02 0.27 9.32 9.32 6.22 136 s 0.02 0.17 10.32 10.32 7.12 137 s 0.02 0.12 11.32 11.32 8.07 138 s 0.02 0.10 12.32 12.32 9.05 139 s 0.02 0.07 13.32 13.32 10.02 140 s 0.02 0.05 14.32 14.32 11.00 141 s 0.02 0.05 15.32 15.32 12.00 142 s s 0.02 16.32 16.32 12.97 143 s s 0.02 17.32 17.32 13.97 144 s s 0.02 18.32 18.32 14.97 145 s s 0.02 19.32 19.32 15.97 146 s s 0.02 20.32 20.32 16.97 148 s s 0.02 22.32 22.32 18.97 150 s s 0.02 24.32 24.32 20.97

Feeder cattle options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Sep Oct Nov Sep Oct Nov 145 11.60 s s 0.02 s s 146 10.62 12.10 12.95 0.05 0.10 0.32 148 8.65 10.15 11.05 0.07 0.15 0.42 150 6.70 8.27 9.17 0.12 0.25 0.55 151 5.72 s s 0.15 s s 152 4.77 6.42 7.40 0.20 0.40 0.77 153 3.82 5.55 s 0.25 0.52 s 154 2.90 4.67 5.75 0.32 0.65 1.10 154 2.50 s s 0.42 s s 155 2.10 3.87 s 0.52 0.85 s 156 1.10 s s 1.02 s s 156 1.40 3.15 4.22 0.82 1.12 1.57 157 0.85 2.50 s 1.27 1.47 s 157 0.65 s s 1.57 s s 158 0.50 1.92 2.97 1.92 1.90 2.32 158 0.35 s s 2.27 s s 159 0.20 s s 3.12 s s 159 0.25 1.42 s 2.67 2.40 s 160 0.17 1.02 1.97 3.60 3.00 3.32 161 0.12 0.72 s 4.55 3.70 s 162 0.10 0.50 1.20 5.52 4.47 4.55 163 0.07 0.32 s 6.50 5.30 s 164 0.05 0.22 0.67 7.47 6.20 6.02 165 0.05 0.15 s 8.47 7.12 s 166 0.05 0.12 0.37 9.47 8.10 7.70 168 0.02 0.10 0.20 11.45 10.07 9.52 170 0.02 0.07 0.10 13.45 12.02 11.42 172 0.02 0.05 0.07 15.42 14.00 13.40 174 0.02 0.05 0.05 17.42 16.00 15.37 176 0.02 0.02 0.05 19.42 17.97 17.37 178 0.02 0.02 0.02 21.42 19.97 19.35 180 s 0.02 0.02 23.42 21.97 21.35

Lean hog options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Oct Dec Feb Oct Dec Feb 77 13.92 10.42 s 0.02 0.45 s 78 12.92 9.52 10.85 0.02 0.55 0.62 80 10.97 7.80 9.15 0.07 0.82 0.92 82 9.02 6.20 7.52 0.12 1.20 1.30 84 7.12 4.77 6.05 0.22 1.77 1.82 86 5.37 3.47 4.77 0.47 2.47 2.52

87 88 89 90 92 93 94 95

4.55 3.77 3.07 2.42 1.40 1.02 0.70 0.47

2.95 2.47 2.05 1.67 1.10 0.87 0.67 0.52

s 3.62 s 2.65 1.87 s 1.30 s

0.65 0.87 1.17 1.52 2.50 3.12 3.80 4.57

2.95 3.47 4.05 4.67 6.10 6.85 7.65 8.50

s 3.37 s 4.40 5.60 s 7.02 s

CME BFP milk options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Sep Oct Nov Sep Oct Nov 1500 3.06 2.86 2.39 s 0.01 0.02 1550 2.56 2.36 1.92 0.01 0.01 0.05 1575 2.31 2.11 1.69 0.01 0.01 0.07 1600 2.06 1.87 1.46 0.01 0.01 0.09 1625 1.81 1.62 1.25 0.01 0.01 0.13 1650 1.56 1.39 1.07 0.01 0.03 0.20 1675 1.31 1.16 0.90 0.02 0.05 0.28 1700 1.06 0.94 0.75 0.01 0.08 0.38 1725 0.81 0.75 0.62 0.01 0.14 0.50 1750 0.57 0.57 0.50 0.01 0.21 0.63 1775 0.33 0.43 0.39 0.02 0.32 0.77 1800 0.14 0.31 0.30 0.08 0.45 0.93 1850 0.02 0.17 0.17 0.46 0.81 1.30 1900 0.01 0.08 0.12 0.94 1.22 1.75

Futures

Feeder cattle futures

Sep 13 Oct 13 Nov 13 Jan 14 Mar 14 Apr 14 May 14 Aug 14

Oct 13 Dec 13 Feb 14 Apr 14 Jun 14 Aug 14

Oct 13 Dec 13 Feb 14 Apr 14 May 14 Jun 14 Jul 14 Aug 14 Oct 14

Sep 13 Oct 13 Nov 13 Dec 13 Jan 14 Feb 14 Mar 14 Apr 14 May 14 Jun 14 Jul 14 Aug 14

Fri. Stlmnt 156.57 158.02 158.65 158.00 157.57 157.60 157.85 159.75

Week High 158.40 160.10 160.40 159.25 158.30 158.65 158.70 160.00

Week Low 156.07 157.62 158.25 157.25 156.55 157.40 157.27 159.50

Cont High 164.25 164.75 165.10 163.95 160.27 160.90 161.40 160.70

Cont Low 144.52 146.50 147.72 147.90 149.15 150.95 151.50 157.90

Fri. Stlmnt 125.67 129.02 131.00 132.40 126.90 125.70

Week High 127.30 130.77 132.12 133.00 127.45 126.10

Week Low 124.85 124.80 130.52 127.82 126.20 125.10

Cont High 136.95 137.50 138.40 138.95 132.90 127.80

Cont Low 121.25 122.77 124.02 125.55 121.57 124.20

Fri. Stlmnt 90.90 87.00 88.25 86.87 90.50 91.80 90.70 89.10 77.50

Week High 91.02 87.25 88.45 87.55 90.70 92.50 91.00 89.50 80.00

Week Low 87.17 84.20 82.45 86.00 90.02 91.30 90.00 88.75 77.50

Cont High 91.02 87.25 88.45 89.05 92.50 94.50 92.25 90.82 87.55

Cont Low 76.00 74.00 78.20 79.85 85.20 87.02 87.00 86.92 76.52

Fri. Stlmnt 18.06 17.86 17.37 16.83 16.56 16.46 16.53 16.47 16.48 16.72 17.00 17.11

Week High 18.19 18.36 17.70 16.98 16.68 16.61 16.60 16.59 16.62 16.80 17.15 17.19

Week Low 17.75 17.69 17.29 16.77 16.55 16.46 16.44 16.44 16.48 16.72 17.00 17.11

Cont High 18.85 18.83 18.41 18.18 18.12 17.90 17.60 17.38 17.25 17.32 17.50 17.59

Cont Low 16.92 17.27 17.11 16.70 15.10 14.90 14.70 14.50 14.40 14.25 14.85 14.15

Live cattle futures

Lean hog futures

CME BFP milk futures


AGWEEK / Monday, September 9, 2013 — PAGE 23

U.S. cow slaughter (Week ending Aug. 24)

2013

U.S. All cows ................................ Dairy cows............................

114,535 58,743

MARkEts

2012 125,708 59,953

Cattle slaughter (Week ending Sept. 7)

Number of head Week’s total .............................................................569,000 Prev. week................................................................627,000 Year ago ...................................................................551,000

Millions of pounds total Weight .................................................................454.2 Prev. week....................................................................500.0 Year ago .......................................................................436.5

Average weight Week’s avg...................................................................1,312 Prev. week....................................................................1,311 Year ago .......................................................................1,301

* Week ending Aug. 24

Hog slaughter (Week ending Sept. 7)

Number of head Week’s total ..........................................................1,970,000 Prev. week.............................................................2,210,000 Year ago ................................................................2,074,000

Millions of pounds total Weight .................................................................400.1 Prev. week....................................................................448.7 Year ago .......................................................................417.0

Average weight Week’s avg...................................................................271.0 Prev. week....................................................................271.0 Year ago .......................................................................269.0

Percent sows* Week’s..............................................................................2.5 Prev. week........................................................................2.6 Year ago ...........................................................................2.7 * Week ending Aug. 24

Lamb slaughter (Week ending Sept. 7)

Sep 13 Dec 13 Mar 14 May 14 Jul 14 Sep 14 Dec 14 Mar 15 May 15 Jul 15

Sep 13 Dec 13 Mar 14 May 14 Jul 14 Sep 14 Dec 14 Mar 15 May 15 Jul 15

Fri. Stlmnt 635.00 647.00 660.00 668.00 662.00 669.00 680.00 688.00 691.00 687.00

Week High 654.00 664.00 675.00 679.00 676.00 681.00 694.00 695.00 695.00 690.00

Week Low 625.00 636.00 650.00 658.00 652.00 660.00 672.00 682.00 684.00 675.00

Cont High 905.00 913.00 912.00 898.00 857.00 855.00 865.00 857.00 859.00 821.00

Cont Low 623.00 635.00 649.00 657.00 652.00 660.00 672.00 682.00 684.00 675.00

Kansas City wheat futures

Fri. Week Week Cont Cont Stlmnt High Low High Low 708.00 696.00 696.00 946.00 685.00 695.00 699.00 695.00 950.00 689.00 703.00 950.00 697.00 708.00 940.00 701.00 696.00 867.00 693.00 705.00 838.00 702.00 717.00 843.00 714.00 719.00 767.00 716.00 727.00 776.00 725.00 696.00 779.00 693.00

Minneapolis wheat futures

Sep 13 Dec 13 Mar 14 May 14 Jul 14 Sep 14 Dec 14 Mar 15 May 15 Jul 15

Fri. Stlmnt 711.00 714.00 725.00 734.00 741.00 744.00 758.00 763.00 763.00 763.00

Week High 720.00 740.00 750.00 754.00 759.00 760.00 767.00

Fri. Stlmnt 491.00 468.00 481.00 489.00 495.00 498.00 503.00 512.00 517.00 519.00

Week High 504.00 493.00 506.00 513.00 519.00 519.00 525.00 530.00 529.00 539.00

Fri. Stlmnt 368.00 319.00 324.00 327.00 318.00 308.00 330.00 330.00 330.00 330.00

Week High 381.00 344.00 344.00 333.00 335.00 321.00 343.00 343.00 343.00 343.00

Week Low 701.00 710.00 723.00 732.00 737.00 743.00 758.00

Cont High 970.00 965.00 965.00 965.00 965.00 957.00 901.00 829.00 829.00 782.00

Cont Low 701.00 710.00 723.00 732.00 737.00 743.00 758.00 763.00 763.00 763.00

Week Low 483.00 457.00 470.00 478.00 485.00 490.00 495.00 505.00 509.00 515.00

Cont High 699.00 665.00 670.00 676.00 676.00 625.00 614.00 604.00 607.00 624.00

Cont Low 453.00 445.00 459.00 467.00 473.00 478.00 483.00 494.00 500.00 503.00

Week Low 368.00 316.00 323.00 327.00 318.00 308.00 330.00 330.00 330.00 330.00

Cont High 400.00 421.00 448.00 448.00 499.00 498.00 406.00 385.00 379.00 445.00

Cont Low 330.00 316.00 323.00 320.00 318.00 308.00 330.00 330.00 330.00 330.00

Chicago corn futures

Sep 13 Dec 13 Mar 14 May 14 Jul 14 Sep 14 Dec 14 Mar 15 May 15 Jul 15

Chicago oats futures

Sep 13 Dec 13 Mar 14 May 14 Jul 14 Sep 14 Dec 14 Mar 15 May 15 Jul 15

Chicago soybean futures Fri. Week Week Cont Cont Stlmnt High Low High Low 1437.001467.001380.001487.001186.00 1367.001408.001335.001409.001162.00 1365.001403.001333.001409.001169.00 1343.001377.001314.001399.001174.00 1310.001349.001287.001395.001175.00 1304.001344.001280.001397.001180.00 1280.001300.001270.001391.001175.00 1228.001269.001214.001382.001162.00 1185.001235.001176.001333.001153.00 1189.001235.001189.001316.001158.00 1187.001212.001187.001317.001155.00 1180.001205.001180.001308.001149.00 1182.001207.001182.001326.001156.00

Sep 13 Nov 13 Jan 14 Mar 14 May 14 Jul 14 Aug 14 Sep 14 Nov 14 Jan 15 Mar 15 May 15 Jul 15

Chicago oil futures Fri. Stlmnt 43.36 43.43 43.72 43.92 44.23 44.51 44.79 44.85 44.86 44.53 44.56 44.71 44.97 45.19 45.21

Sep 13 Oct 13 Dec 13 Jan 14 Mar 14 May 14 Jul 14 Aug 14 Sep 14 Oct 14 Dec 14 Jan 15 Mar 15 May 15 Jul 15

Week High 44.63 44.77 45.10 45.23 45.45 45.66 45.97 45.56 45.56 45.41 45.89 45.30 45.57 45.79 45.88

Week Low 43.07 43.10 43.38 43.54 43.80 44.09 44.38 44.59 44.58 44.25 44.25 44.50 44.77 44.99 45.05

Cont High 44.88 45.00 45.32 45.48 45.65 45.83 46.07 45.97 46.03 45.74 46.04 45.73 46.01 46.23 46.37

Cont Low 41.47 41.57 41.85 42.08 42.40 42.68 42.95 43.06 43.08 43.00 43.00 43.18 43.50 43.77 43.98

Chicago meal futures Sep 13 Oct 13 Dec 13 Jan 14 Mar 14 May 14 Jul 14 Aug 14 Sep 14 Oct 14 Dec 14 Jan 15 Mar 15 May 15 Jul 15

Fri. Stlmnt 482.10 434.70 428.90 426.90 417.20 401.80 397.10 387.00 372.60 352.20 348.00 348.30 350.00 348.90 350.10

Week High 493.50 448.40 443.70 442.00 432.10 417.60 414.40 399.10 385.50 368.70 366.20 361.90 363.60 364.90 366.30

Week Low 462.60 421.50 415.60 415.00 406.60 392.50 388.20 384.40 371.80 349.60 344.90 348.30 350.00 348.90 350.10

Cont High 493.50 448.40 445.80 443.20 432.10 417.60 414.40 399.10 389.40 372.10 370.40 365.90 367.60 367.60 369.40

Cont Low 370.70 348.00 345.30 347.30 349.60 349.50 350.50 350.50 348.20 343.10 341.50 342.70 342.70 342.70 344.50

Millions of pounds total Weight .....................................................................2.4 Prev. week........................................................................2.8 Year ago ...........................................................................2.5

Average weight Week’s avg......................................................................135 Prev. week.......................................................................135 Year ago……………………………………………… .........143

Poultry slaughter

Spring wheat

Chickens Turkeys 1,901 21.54 2,142 1,763 63,517 64,020

Week ago

8.02 8.42 8.72 8.22 13.64

8.04 8.60 8.95 8.35 13.86

Pacific NW 11% Pacific NW (cwt.)

8.01 13.29

8.08 13.41

Durum

Minneapolis

nq

Pacific NW Minneapolis #2

nq 3.34

Oats

(in thousands)

Fri.

Minneapolis 13% Minneapolis 14% Minneapolis 15% Pacific NW 14% Pacific NW (cwt.)

Winter wheat

Barley

Feed Minneapolis Pacific NW Malt Minneapolis

Sept. 5

Week ago

na na 160.00-175.00 135.00-155.00

265.00 na 170.00-190.00 130.00-155.00

Alfalfa – large squares supreme Premium Good Fair

Alfalfa – large rounds supreme Premium Good Fair Utility

na na 210.00-235.00 185.00-195.00 160.00-180.00 160.00-180.00 140.00-155.00 135.00-155.00 100.00-120.00 117.50-120.00

supreme Premium Good Fair

na na na na

na na na na

supreme Premium Good Fair

na 145.00 na na

na na na na

supreme Premium Good Fair

na na na na

na na na na

supreme Premium Good Fair

na na 160.00 na

na 145.00 na na

supreme Premium Good Fair

na na na na

na 165.00 115.00-122.50 na

supreme Premium Good Fair Utility

na 220.00 120.00-155.00 90.00-115.00 62.50-87.50

na 160.00-170.00 125.00-147.50 112.50-120.00 80.00-100.00

Per ton

90.00-112.50

100.00-125.00

Per ton

105.00-115.00 87.50-120.00

Per ton

na

na

Per ton

52.50-77.50

77.50-87.50

Alfalfa/Grass – small squares

Alfalfa/Grass – large squares

Alfalfa/Grass – large rounds

Grass – small squares

Grass – large squares

Grass – large rounds

Bedding – large squares

Bedding – large rounds

Cornstalks – large squares

Cash

Number of head Week’s total ...............................................................36,000 Prev. week..................................................................43,000 Year ago…………………………………………………35,000

Week ending 8/31 ................166,672 Average weight ....................5.77 Previous week ......................164,897 this week last year ..............160,226 2013 to date .........................5,495,661 2012 to date .........................5,454,760

Rock Valley, Iowa

Chicago wheat futures

Percent cows Week’s............................................................................18.0 Prev. week......................................................................17.9 Year ago .........................................................................19.3

Hay

Futures

nq nq 3.50

3.95 nq

3.95 nq

5.40

5.45

Cornstalks – large rounds

Year ago

Corn

9.59 9.54 9.69 nq nq

Soybeans

9.54 15.83 nq nq 3.81

5.85 nq 7.00

Minneapolis Cash Illinois

5.48 4.89

6.06 4.96

7.73 nq

Minneapolis Cash Illinois

14.51 4.28

14.57 14.34

17.07 17.43

U.S. weekly grain export inspection (millions of bushels)

Cargill West Fargo Enderlin

20.50 20.65

20.60 20.75

28.45 28.45

21.10 21.05

West Fargo

13.75

13.75

14.40

nq

ADM Velva, N.D. West Fargo

20.76 nq

22.13 nq

29.00 29.54

nq nq

Lst wk prv wk this yr last yr Wheat 36.4 31.3 340.5 258.3 soybeans 1.4 2.5 1,312.1 1,366.0 Corn 17.4 12.1 695.4 1,499.1 Barley 0.0 0.9 1.3 2.8 sunseed 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Oats 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.4 Flax 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Rye 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 sorghum 0.6 2.3 71.0 63.6 tOtAL 55.9 49.1 2,420.4 3,190.2 For week ending Aug. 29 Crop year begins June 1 for wheat, rye, oats, barley and flax; sept. 1 for corn, sorghum, soybeans and sunflowers.

nq

32.00

30.00

nq

Source: Agweek, USDA

NuSun

Flax

Canola

Fri.

Confections Red River Commodities

Week ago

Year ago

New crop


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Chicago wheat options

Strike Calls Puts price__________________________________________ _____ 00 s s 160.00 s 0.00 1.00 510 s s 151.00 s 0.00 1.00 520 s s 141.00 s 0.00 2.00 530 s s 132.00 s 0.00 2.00 540 s 108.00 123.00 0.00 0.00 3.00 545 s s s s 1.00 s 550 s s 114.00 0.00 1.00 4.00 555 s s s 0.00 s s 560 s 89.00 105.00 0.00 1.00 6.00 565 s s s 0.00 s s 570 s s 97.00 0.00 2.00 7.00 575 s s s s 3.00 s 580 s s 89.00 0.00 4.00 9.00 585 s s s 0.00 4.00 s 590 s s 82.00 0.00 5.00 12.00 595 s s s 0.00 6.00 s 600 s 55.00 74.00 0.00 7.00 14.00 605 s s s 0.00 9.00 s 610 s 48.00 67.00 1.00 10.00 17.00 615 s 44.00 s 1.00 12.00 s 620 30.00 41.00 61.00 2.00 13.00 21.00 625 26.00 38.00 s 3.00 15.00 s 630 22.00 35.00 55.00 4.00 17.00 25.00 635 18.00 s s 6.00 20.00 s 640 15.00 30.00 50.00 8.00 22.00 29.00 645 13.00 27.00 s 10.00 25.00 s 650 10.00 25.00 45.00 12.00 27.00 34.00 655 8.00 23.00 s 15.00 30.00 s 660 6.00 21.00 40.00 19.00 33.00 40.00 665 5.00 19.00 s 22.00 37.00 s 670 4.00 18.00 36.00 26.00 40.00 45.00 675 3.00 16.00 s 30.00 43.00 s 680 2.00 15.00 32.00 34.00 47.00 52.00 685 2.00 13.00 s 39.00 s s 690 1.00 12.00 28.00 43.00 54.00 58.00 695 1.00 11.00 s 48.00 58.00 s 700 1.00 10.00 25.00 53.00 62.00 65.00 705 0.00 9.00 s s 66.00 s 710 0.00 8.00 22.00 62.00 71.00 72.00 715 0.00 8.00 s s s s 720 0.00 7.00 20.00 s 79.00 79.00 725 0.00 6.00 s s s s 730 0.00 6.00 18.00 s 88.00 87.00 735 0.00 5.00 s s 92.00 s 740 0.00 5.00 16.00 92.00 97.00 95.00 750 0.00 4.00 14.00 s 106.00 103.00 755 0.00 4.00 s s s s 760 0.00 3.00 12.00 s 115.00 112.00 765 0.00 s s s s s 770 0.00 3.00 11.00 s 125.00 120.00 775 0.00 3.00 s s s s 780 0.00 2.00 10.00 s 134.00 129.00 785 0.00 s s s s s 790 0.00 2.00 9.00 s 144.00 138.00 800 0.00 2.00 8.00 s 154.00 147.00 810 0.00 1.00 7.00 s 163.00 156.00 820 0.00 1.00 6.00 s 173.00 165.00 830 s 1.00 5.00 s 183.00 174.00 840 0.00 1.00 5.00 s 193.00 184.00 850 0.00 1.00 4.00 s 203.00 193.00 860 s 1.00 4.00 s 213.00 203.00 870 0.00 1.00 3.00 s 223.00 212.00 880 s 0.00 3.00 s 232.00 222.00 890 s 0.00 3.00 s 242.00 232.00 900 s 0.00 2.00 s 252.00 241.00 910 s 0.00 2.00 s 262.00 251.00 920 s 0.00 2.00 s s 261.00 930 s 0.00 2.00 s s 271.00 940 s 0.00 1.00 s s 280.00 950 s 0.00 1.00 s s 290.00 960 s 0.00 1.00 s s 300.00 970 s 0.00 1.00 s s 310.00 980 s 0.00 1.00 s s 320.00 990 s 0.00 1.00 s s 330.00 1000 s 0.00 1.00 s s 340.00

Kansas City wheat options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Oct Dec Mar Oct Dec Mar 580 s s s s s 3.00 590 s s s s 0.00 s 600 s s s s 1.00 5.00 610 s s s s s 7.00 620 s s s s 3.00 8.00 630 s s s s 4.00 11.00 635 s s s s 5.00 s 640 s 61.00 s s 6.00 13.00 650 s 53.00 s s 8.00 16.00 655 s 50.00 s s 9.00 s 660 s 46.00 s s 11.00 19.00 665 s 43.00 s s 12.00 s 670 s 40.00 s 3.00 14.00 23.00 675 s 36.00 s s 16.00 s 680 s 34.00 s 5.00 18.00 28.00 685 s 31.00 s s 20.00 s 690 14.00 28.00 s 9.00 23.00 s 695 s 26.00 s s 26.00 s 700 9.00 24.00 41.00 14.00 28.00 38.00 710 s 20.00 37.00 s 35.00 43.00 720 3.00 17.00 33.00 28.00 41.00 49.00 725 3.00 15.00 s s 45.00 s 730 2.00 14.00 29.00 s 48.00 s 735 s 13.00 s s 52.00 s 740 1.00 11.00 26.00 s 56.00 s 750 1.00 10.00 23.00 s 64.00 69.00 760 s 8.00 20.00 s 72.00 s 770 s 7.00 18.00 s 81.00 s 790 s 4.00 14.00 s 99.00 s

800 810 820 830 840 850 860 870 880 890 900 910 920 930 940 950 1000

0.00 s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s

4.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

13.00 s 10.00 9.00 8.00 7.00 s s 5.00 4.00 s s 3.00 s s s s

s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s

Markets

108.00 s 117.00 s 127.00 s 136.00 s 146.00 s 156.00 s 166.00 s 175.00 s 185.00 181.00 195.00 190.00 s s s s s s s s s s s s s s

Minneapolis wheat options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Oct Dec Mar Oct Dec Mar 650 s s s s 3.00 s 660 s s s s s 10.00 665 s s s s s 11.00 670 s s s s s 13.00 675 s s s s s 14.00 680 s s s s 9.00 16.00 690 s s s s 13.00 s 700 s s 50.00 s 17.00 24.00 710 s s s s 22.00 s 720 s 20.00 s s 27.00 33.00 730 s s s s 34.00 39.00 740 s 13.00 s s 41.00 45.00 750 s 11.00 28.00 s 48.00 51.00 760 s 9.00 24.00 s 56.00 s 770 s 7.00 22.00 s 64.00 65.00 780 s s s s 73.00 s 800 s 3.00 15.00 s 91.00 89.00 810 s s s s 100.00 97.00 820 s s 12.00 s 109.00 105.00 830 s 2.00 s s 119.00 s 840 s s 9.00 s s s 850 s 1.00 s s s s 860 s 1.00 7.00 s 148.00 s 870 s s 7.00 s s s 880 s s 6.00 s s s 890 s 0.00 s s 177.00 s 900 s 0.00 5.00 s s 178.00 920 s 0.00 s s s s 925 s 0.00 s s s s 930 s 0.00 s s s s 950 s s 3.00 s s 226.00 1000 s s 1.00 s s 275.00

Chicago soybean options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Oct Nov Jan Oct Nov Jan 1000 1010 1020 1030 1040 1050 1060 1070 1080 1090 1100 1110 1120 1130 1140 1150 1160 1170 1180 1190 1200 1210 1220 1230 1240 1250 1260 1270 1280 1290 1300 1310 1320 1330 1340 1350 1360 1370 1380 1390 1400 1410 1420 1430 1440 1450 1460 1470 1480 1490 1500

s s s s 327.00 s s s s s s s 248.00 238.00 227.00 218.00 208.00 198.00 188.00 178.00 168.00 158.00 148.00 139.00 129.00 119.00 110.00 101.00 92.00 83.00 74.00 66.00 58.00 51.00 44.00 38.00 33.00 28.00 23.00 20.00 17.00 14.00 11.00 10.00 8.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 3.00 3.00 2.00

368.00 s 348.00 s 328.00 s 308.00 s 288.00 s 269.00 s 249.00 s 229.00 220.00 210.00 201.00 191.00 182.00 172.00 163.00 154.00 145.00 137.00 128.00 120.00 112.00 104.00 96.00 89.00 82.00 76.00 69.00 63.00 58.00 53.00 48.00 43.00 39.00 35.00 32.00 29.00 26.00 23.00 21.00 19.00 17.00 15.00 14.00 12.00

365.00 s 346.00 s 326.00 s 307.00 s 287.00 s 268.00 s 249.00 s 231.00 s 212.00 s 195.00 s 177.00 s 161.00 s 145.00 s 130.00 s 116.00 s 103.00 s 90.00 s 79.00 s 69.00 s 60.00 s 52.00 s 45.00 s 39.00 s 33.00 s 29.00 s 25.00

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0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 8.00 9.00 10.00 12.00 14.00 16.00 19.00 22.00 25.00 28.00 32.00 36.00 40.00 45.00 50.00 55.00 61.00 67.00 74.00 81.00 88.00 96.00 103.00 111.00 s 127.00 s 144.00

1.00 s 1.00 s 1.00 s 2.00 s 3.00 s 3.00 s 4.00 s 6.00 s 8.00 s 10.00 s 13.00 s 16.00 s 20.00 s 25.00 s 31.00 s 37.00 s 45.00 s 54.00 s 64.00 s 75.00 s 86.00 s 99.00 s 113.00 s 128.00 s 143.00 s 159.00

Chicago corn options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Oct Dec Mar Oct Dec Mar 400 68.00 71.00 86.00 0.00 3.00 5.00 405 s s s 0.00 3.00 s 410 s 62.00 78.00 0.00 4.00 7.00 415 s s s 0.00 5.00 s 420 s 54.00 70.00 0.00 6.00 9.00 425 s 50.00 s 1.00 7.00 s 430 39.00 46.00 62.00 1.00 8.00 12.00 435 s 43.00 s 2.00 9.00 s 440 31.00 39.00 55.00 2.00 11.00 14.00 445 27.00 36.00 s 3.00 12.00 s 450 23.00 32.00 49.00 5.00 14.00 18.00 455 19.00 29.00 s 6.00 16.00 s 460 16.00 27.00 43.00 8.00 18.00 22.00 465 13.00 24.00 s 10.00 21.00 s 470 10.00 22.00 37.00 12.00 23.00 26.00 475 8.00 19.00 s 15.00 26.00 s 480 7.00 17.00 32.00 18.00 29.00 31.00 485 5.00 16.00 s 22.00 32.00 s 490 4.00 14.00 28.00 26.00 36.00 37.00 495 3.00 12.00 s 30.00 39.00 s 500 2.00 11.00 24.00 34.00 43.00 43.00 505 2.00 10.00 s 38.00 46.00 s 510 1.00 9.00 21.00 43.00 50.00 49.00 515 1.00 8.00 s 48.00 54.00 s 520 1.00 7.00 18.00 52.00 58.00 56.00 525 0.00 6.00 s 57.00 s s 530 0.00 5.00 15.00 62.00 67.00 64.00 535 0.00 5.00 s 67.00 s s 540 0.00 4.00 13.00 72.00 76.00 72.00 545 0.00 4.00 s 77.00 s s 550 0.00 3.00 11.00 82.00 85.00 80.00 555 0.00 3.00 s s s s 560 0.00 2.00 9.00 92.00 94.00 88.00 565 0.00 2.00 s s s s 570 0.00 2.00 8.00 s 104.00 96.00 575 0.00 2.00 s s s s 580 0.00 1.00 6.00 s 113.00 105.00 585 0.00 1.00 s s s s 590 0.00 1.00 5.00 s 123.00 114.00 595 0.00 1.00 s s s s 600 0.00 1.00 5.00 s 132.00 123.00 605 0.00 1.00 s s s s 610 0.00 1.00 4.00 s 142.00 132.00 615 0.00 1.00 s s s s 620 0.00 1.00 3.00 s 152.00 142.00 625 0.00 0.00 s s s s 630 0.00 0.00 3.00 s 162.00 151.00 640 0.00 0.00 2.00 s 172.00 161.00 645 0.00 s s s s s 650 0.00 0.00 2.00 s 182.00 171.00 655 0.00 s s s s s 660 0.00 0.00 2.00 s 192.00 180.00 670 0.00 0.00 2.00 201.00 201.00 190.00 675 0.00 s s s s s 680 0.00 0.00 1.00 s 211.00 200.00 690 0.00 0.00 1.00 s 221.00 209.00 700 s 0.00 1.00 s 231.00 219.00 710 s 0.00 1.00 s 241.00 229.00 720 s 0.00 1.00 s 251.00 239.00 730 s 0.00 1.00 s 261.00 249.00 740 s 0.00 0.00 s 271.00 259.00 750 s 0.00 0.00 s 281.00 269.00 760 s 0.00 0.00 s s 279.00 770 s 0.00 0.00 s 301.00 289.00 780 s 0.00 0.00 s s 299.00 790 s 0.00 0.00 s s 309.00 800 s 0.00 0.00 s 331.00 319.00 810 s 0.00 0.00 s s 329.00 820 s 0.00 0.00 s s 339.00 830 s 0.00 0.00 s s 349.00 840 s 0.00 0.00 s s 359.00 850 s 0.00 0.00 s 381.00 369.00 860 s 0.00 0.00 s s 379.00 870 s 0.00 0.00 s s 389.00 880 s 0.00 0.00 s s 399.00 890 s 0.00 0.00 s s 409.00 900 s 0.00 0.00 s 431.00 419.00 910 s 0.00 0.00 s s 429.00 920 s 0.00 0.00 s s 439.00 930 s 0.00 0.00 s s 449.00 940 s 0.00 0.00 s s 459.00

Chicago oats options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Oct Dec Mar Oct Dec Mar 100 s 219.00 224.00 s s s 250 s s s s 0.00 s 280 s s s s s 4.00 290 s s s s 4.00 s 300 s s s 1.00 6.00 9.00 310 s 19.00 27.00 3.00 10.00 13.00 320 s 14.00 s 7.00 15.00 17.00 325 s s s 10.00 s s 330 3.00 10.00 17.00 14.00 20.00 22.00 335 2.00 s s 17.00 s s 340 1.00 7.00 13.00 22.00 27.00 28.00 345 1.00 s s 26.00 s s 350 0.00 4.00 10.00 s 35.00 35.00 360 s 3.00 7.00 s 43.00 s 370 s 2.00 6.00 s 52.00 s 380 s 1.00 4.00 s 61.00 s 390 s 1.00 3.00 s 71.00 s 400 s 0.00 2.00 s s s 420 s 0.00 s s s s 430 s 0.00 s s s s 450 s 0.00 s s s s 480 s 0.00 s s s s

POTATOES UNITED STATES—-Shipments (not including imports) 1751*1681-1778—-The top shipping states, in order, were Idaho, Columbia Basin Washington/Umatilla Basin Oregon, Big Lake Minnesota, Texas, and Wisconsin. The Market News Service survey of over 21,000 retail stores had potatoes on ad last week in 11,963, a 62 percent increase from the 7,401 stores the prior week. Diesel prices for the week of September 3, 2013 were 3.98, a .07 increase from the previous week (U.S. EIA). *revised. UPPER VALLEY, TWIN FALLS-BURLEY DISTRICT, IDAHO 2013 SEASON—-Shipments 87-242-500 (includes export of 0-0-1)—Movement expected remain about the same. Trading cartons 4080s active, others moderate. Prices cartons 40-80s generally unchanged, others slightly lower. Norkotah Russet U.S. One baled 5 10-pound film bags non size A 8.50-10.00, 50-pound cartons 4080s 17.00-18.00, 90-100s mostly 15.00-17.00. UPPER VALLEY, TWIN FALLS-BURLEY DISTRICT, IDAHO 2012 SEASON—-Shipments 392-126-7 (includes export of 2-2-0)—Movement of old crop supplies expected to decrease seasonally. Russet Burbank remaining supplies in too few hands to establish a market. LAST REPORT. COLUMBIA BASIN WASHINGTON AND UMATILLA BASIN OREGON—-Shipments 397-388-367 (includes export of 71-74-72)—Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading moderate. Prices slightly lower. Russet Norkotah U.S. One baled 5 10-pound film bags non size A mostly 6.00-6.50, 50-pound cartons 40s mostly 16.00, 50-70s 16.00-17.00, 80s mostly 14.00-16.00, 90s mostly 12.00-14.00, 100s mostly 12.00-13.00. BIG LAKE AND CENTRAL MINNISOTA—-Shipments 134-171210—-Movement expected to decrease slightly due to holiday shortened week. Trading fairly slow early, moderate late. Prices slightly lower. Round Red U.S. One baled10 5-pound film bags size A mostly 8.50-10.00, Tote bags size A 12.00-15.00 per cwt. CENTRAL WISCONSIN—-Shipments 107-136-165—-Movement expected to increase seasonally. Trading Russet moderate, Round Red fairly slow. Prices lower. Russet Norkotah baled 5 10pound film bags size A mostly 9.00-9.50, 50 pound cartons 40s70s 17.00-20.00, 80s 16.00-17.00, 90s-100s mostly 15.00-16.00. Round Red U.S. One baled 5 10-pound film bags size A mostly 7.00-7.50, 50-pound cartons size A mostly 8.00-9.00, size B mostly 19.50-21.50, 50-pound sacks size A mostly 6.50-7.50, size B mostly 18.50-20.50. NEBRASKA DISTRICT—-Shipments 68-119-112—-Movement expected to decrease slightly due to holiday shortened week. Trading active on carton 40-70s, carton 90-100s slow at slightly higher prices, others slow. Prices cartons slightly higher, baled lower. Russet Norkotah U.S. One: baled 5 10-pound film bags size A mostly 8.50-9.00, 50 pound cartons 40-60s mostly 18.00-19.00, 70s mostly 17.00-18.00, 80s mostly 16.00-18.00, 90-100s mostly 17.00-18.00. NORTHERN COLORADO—-Shipments 46-39-68—-Movement expected to remain about the same. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market. STOCKTON-DELTA CALIFORNIA DISTRICT—-Shipments 51-5350 (Including exports 2-1-3)—-Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market. KANSAS DISTRICT—-Shipments 132-81-33—-Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market. NORTHWESTERN WASHINGTON—-Shipments 0-0-18 Movement expected to increase seasonally. Trading fairly active. Prices Round Red U.S. One 50 pound cartons size A 26.00-28; Long White U.S. One 50 pound cartons size A 26.00-28.00; Yellow Type U.S. One 50 pound cartons size A 26.00-28.00. FIRST REPORT. CENTRAL MICHIGAN—-Shipments 3-5-6—-Movement expected about the same current week and increase following week as more growers begin fall harvest and packing. Trading slow. No daily F.O.B. Shipping Point prices being issued. Unofficial prices from industry contacts Round White Onaway U.S. One 10-pound open window sacks loose size A mostly 1.80. Supplies very light. SAN LUIS VALLEY, COLORADO—-Shipments 34-12-4 (including export 0-1*-**)Movement expected to increase seasonally. Prices Russet Norkotah U.S. One baled 5 10 pound film bags size A mostly 8.50-9.00, 50 pound cartons 40s-70s mostly 19.00-20.00, 80s mostly 17.00-18.00, 90-100s 16.00-18.00. *revised. **unavailable. KLAMATH BASIN (NORTHERN CALIFORNIA-SOUTHERN OREGON)—-Shipments 8-3-3 (including export 0-0-0)—-Movement expected to decrease seasonally with the gap between old crop and new crop. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market.

Potatoes for Processing IDAHO—-Open-market trading by processors with growers was inactive. MICHIGAN—-Shipments to Chippers 234-320*-319—-Movement expected about the same. Most movement on pre-season contract. Too few open market sales to establish a market. *revised. WISCONSIN—-Shipments to Chippers 79-79-85—-Movement expected to increase seasonally. Too few open market sales to establish a market. WESTERN AND CENTRAL NEW YORK—-Shipments to Chippers 37-53-75—-Movement expected to increase slightly. Most movement from pre-season contracts. Too few open market sales to establish a market. PENNSYLVANIA—-Shipments to Chippers 23-43-41—-Movement expected about the same. Most movement on pre-season contract. Too few open market sales to establish a market. MINNESOTA-NORTH DAKOTA (RED RIVER VALLEY)—-Shipments to Chippers 0-0-34—-Movement expected to increase seasonally. Too few open market sales to establish a market. MASSACHUSETTS—-Shipments to Chippers 9-25-21—-Movement expected about the same. Most movement from pre-season contract. Too few open market sales to establish a market. OHIO—-Shipments to Chippers 0-3-5—-Movement expected about the same. Movement on pre-season contract. Too few open market sales to establish a market. FIRST REPORT.


MARKETS

Futures Oct 13..................16.79 Mar 14 .................17.30 May 14.................17.23 Jul 14 ...................17.16 Oct 14..................17.41 Mar 15 .................17.84 May 15.................17.80 Jul 15 ...................17.78

16.90 17.41 17.33 17.24 17.48 17.87 17.82 17.80

16.35 16.92 16.85 16.78 17.05 17.55 17.50 17.47

17.29 17.78 24.10 23.88 23.79 23.00 21.86 21.65

16.26 16.79 16.70 16.62 16.75 17.27 17.27 17.25

Nov 13 .................21.07 Jan 14..................21.39 Mar 14 .................21.54 May 14.................21.64 Jul 14 ...................21.80 Sep 14 .................21.98

21.25 21.60 21.75 21.85 22.02 22.19

21.00 21.05 21.40 21.64 21.78 21.95

21.25 33.83 32.50 32.00 31.00 28.75

19.75 19.15 19.45 19.90 20.15 20.30

Sugar 16 futures

Light crude oil futures Oct 13 Nov 13 Dec 13 Jan 14 Feb 14 Mar 14 Apr 14 May 14 Jun 14 Jul 14 Aug 14 Sep 14 Oct 14 Nov 14 Dec 14 Jan 15 Feb 15

Oct 13 Nov 13 Dec 13 Jan 14 Feb 14

Week High 286.30 284.00 281.95 106.38 104.67 103.14 101.62 100.38 99.49 98.28 97.39 96.55 96.10

Fri. Stlmnt 316.37 316.38 315.82 315.10 313.72

Week High 317.56 317.53 331.94 316.03 314.61

94.51

N.D./Minn.

Edible beans

Sugar 11 futures

Fri. Stlmnt 110.53 109.52 107.95 106.24 104.61 103.08 101.62 100.38 99.29 98.21 97.28 96.50 95.75 95.04 94.38 93.60 92.85

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Week Low 106.50 106.09 94.20 101.00 102.03 100.66 98.72 98.41 96.55 96.56 95.93 94.89 94.42

Cont Cont High Low 286.30 101.80 284.00 100.80 281.95 92.00 107.94 98.55 106.22 97.46 104.37 91.16 103.06 95.56 101.55 94.78 103.50 93.99 99.49 93.82 98.85 92.91 106.88 92.51 98.85 92.53 98.85 92.10 92.75 98.85 90.86 93.83 91.17 92.95 90.65

Heating crude oil futures Week Low 312.00 312.17 304.00 309.49 302.08

Cont Cont High Low 324.56 260.50 324.99 261.68 331.94 89.90 325.41 87.30 324.80 87.17

Nov 14 .................22.33 Jan 15..................22.58 Mar 15 .................22.71 May 15.................22.80 Jul 15 ...................22.93

22.74

Nov 13 Jan 14 Mar 14 May 14 Jul 14 Nov 14 Jan 15 Mar 15 May 15

Fri. Stlmnt 498.20 505.90 511.70 515.50 517.90 501.30 501.30 501.30 501.30

Week High 534.10 538.90 543.50 546.70 545.00 529.00

Mar 14 Apr 14 May 14 Jun 14 Jul 14 Aug 14 Sep 14 Oct 14 Nov 14 Dec 14

311.41 308.88 306.25 303.85 302.04 300.56 299.43 298.91 298.23 297.55

312.20 309.45 306.73 304.22 302.40 301.05 299.95 299.45 298.95 297.61

Oct 13 Nov 13 Dec 13 Jan 14 Feb 14 Mar 14 Apr 14 May 14 Jun 14 Jul 14 Aug 14 Sep 14 Oct 14 Nov 14 Dec 14

Fri. Stlmnt 2.8537 2.8433 2.8283 2.8208 2.8187 2.8252 2.9678 2.9503 2.9129 2.8669 2.8209 2.7759 2.6239 2.5779 2.5488

Week High 2.9000 2.8667 2.8431 2.8332 2.8470 2.8470 2.9750 2.9585 2.9209 2.9020 2.8265 2.7815 2.6310 2.5850 2.5540

22.33

24.29 24.00 24.04 24.04 23.15

20.75 21.70 21.78 22.05 22.28

Cont High 544.90 577.00 577.00 577.00 577.00 577.00 551.30 551.30 535.00

Cont Low 472.40 479.60 485.10 489.50 492.90 474.60 474.60 474.60 474.60

307.75 305.80 303.56 300.93 299.51 298.87 298.01 298.91 298.20 294.50

323.42 321.62 327.62 328.02 328.21 328.42 328.74 329.06 329.49 329.79

87.05 260.32 259.67 91.06 259.27 259.47 259.67 259.87 259.97 89.76

Week Low 2.8164 2.8026 2.7899 2.7826 2.7813 2.7869 2.8470 2.9020 2.8845 2.8400 2.8080 2.7759 2.6139 2.5779 2.5294

Cont High 3.0238 2.9350 2.9032 2.8726 2.8693 2.8736 3.0138 2.9981 3.0200 3.0850 2.8801 2.8361 2.8250 2.6673 2.6472

Cont Low 1.0392 2.6657 2.6380 2.6298 2.6237 2.6472 2.7842 2.7775 2.2939 2.2799 2.2674 2.2454 2.1339 2.1119 2.0893

Winnipeg canola futures Week Low 497.90 505.80 511.50 515.30 517.90 512.90

Regular unleaded gas futures

Week Sept. 3 ago

Year ago

Pintos N.E. Colorado 42.00 Idaho 40.00 E. Wyo./W. Neb. 42.00 N.D./Minn. 40.00 Washington 40.00 N. Wyo./S.C. Mont. 40.00

42.00 40.00 42.00 40.00 40.00 40.00

na na na na na na

Great Northerns Neb./Wyo. N.D. Idaho

45.00 na na

45.00 na na

na na na

na

na

50.00 na na

na na na

na

na

Small whites Idaho/Wash.

na

Light red kidneys Colo./Neb. Michigan Wis./Minn.

50.00 na na

Dark red kidneys Minn./Wis.

na

Pinks Idaho/Wash.

na

na

na

na

na

na

na na na

na na na

na na na

42.00 37.00

42.00 37.00

na na

40.00 36.00

40.00 36.00

na na

35.00 na

35.00 na

na na

16.00 16.00 na na 28.00 26.00

na na na na na na

15.00 11.50 18.00

na na na

Small reds Idaho/Wash. Michigan N.D.

Blacks Michigan North Dakota

Pea Beans Michigan North Dakota

Garbanzo Wash./Idaho N.D./Mont.

Peas & lentils Idaho/Wash. Green (whole vine) 16.00 Green (upright) 16.00 Yellow (whole) na Aust. Winter na Lentils (Pardina) 28.00 Lentils (Brewers) 26.00 North Dakota Green (whole) 15.00 Yellow (whole) 11.33 Lentils (richlea) 18.00

Soybeans explode higher

WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Chicago Board of Trade soybeans traded 45 cents per bushel higher in overnight trade Sept. 2 and 3, as lack of rain is hurting filling. Dryness is a serious issue through the western Midwest as far north as southern Manitoba. Soybeans had lost 50 cents the week ending Aug. 30, but gained much of it all back Sept. 3. Soybeans turned bullish when the Pro Farmer crop tour came up with a 41.8-bushel-per-acre American soybean yield, under the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s 42.6 bushel projection.

Soybeans pull canola higher The recent heat wave across the U.S. Midwest has caused the overall oilseed complex to incorporate a risk premium from the uncertainty in production. The late-seeded soybean crop has experienced adverse conditions during the critical pod setting stage, which has lowered yield potential. Analysts have tightened their fundamental projections for U.S. soybeans as a result of smaller-than-expected production and stronger year-over-year export demand from China. Statistics Canada’s canola production estimate of 14.7 million metric tons was lower than the average trade estimate, but most traders continue to factor in a crop size near 15.5 million metric tons. Commercial line companies are anticipating a surge in farmer deliveries in the next month, which has kept a lid on the canola market. Basis levels in the coun-

John Duvenaud

Duvenaud publishes the Wild Oats Grain Market Advisory. For a free copy, call (800) 567-5671.

try system have slowly weakened. The Canadian crushing industry was running at 40 percent capacity the week ending Aug. 30; therefore, canola did not experience the full gains of the bean complex. The domestic crush pace will pick up again later in September, but crush margins are under pressure, given the weaker vegetable oil values. This factor will continue to temper the upside in the canola market.

Feed barley remains under pressure Feed barley in Southern Alberta traded at $205 per metric ton delivered feedlot the week ending Aug. 30, as the market factored in the Statistics Canada crop estimate of 8.8 million metric tons. Corn futures experienced a minor rally. The main harvest pressure in the feed grain complex will come on the market during October. Given the recent weakness in domestic feed

prices, barley from central and northern Saskatchewan is now competitive into the Middle East relative to offers from the Black Sea region. The problem is that major importers have the bulk of their nearby demand covered, with the Ukraine and Russian barley harvest wrapped up. We may see further weakness in domestic and export prices in the short term. The Canadian barley carryout for 2013 to ’14 is projected to finish near 1.8 million metric tons, in line with the 10-year average. The function of the barley market is to encourage demand during the first half of the crop year. The barley market has come off the all-time record highs experienced last spring and is still in a downward trend. We continue to project a surge in imports of U.S. corn and distillers dried grains with solubles during harvest, which will weigh on domestic feed grain prices.

Milling wheat trades sideways Statistics Canada estimated nondurum spring wheat production at 21.8 million metric tons, up from 18.7 million last year. Milling wheat values have traded sideways as the world market digests the larger Canadian crop. Similar to canola, we expect a surge in wheat deliveries during harvest. The commercial elevator system will be plugged. Interior basis levels are expected to weaken in the next month through the main harvest period.


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Wheat: good yield reports

Markets

Weather concerns continue

Wheat lost ground last week, losing ground every session of the short week. Wheat was under pressure from spillover selling from a negative corn market, as well as from betterthan-expected yield results from the Northern Plains spring wheat. Losses were kept in check by strong export demand. For the week ending Sept. 5, December Minneapolis dropped 19 cents, Chicago December dropped 13.75 cents and December Kansas City declined 14.25 cents. Wheat struggled to start the short week. Early selling was tied to pressure from a lower corn market. Additional selling came from thoughts that the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s crop progress report will show a rapidly advancing spring wheat harvest because of a hot, dry forecast. Losses were limited by a friendly export inspections estimate. USDA reported Japan is in tendering for 67,923 metric tons of U.S. wheat. Egypt was back in the wheat market, this time buying 355,000 metric tons from the Black Sea region. The Sept. 4 session also saw wheat struggling. Selling pressure spilled over from a weaker corn market. Corn and wheat have been joined at the hip lately and it seems that one mirrors the movement of the other. Late in the session, wheat was able to recover some of its losses. Egypt was in again overnight buying 180,000 metric tons of wheat out of the Black Sea region. Overall, it is friendly to see wheat sales, even though the U.S. has not captured the sales. This shows how strong wheat demand is and it helps deplete wheat supplies in other countries. The Sept. 5 session slipped lower, again following the weaker corn and soybean complex. But wheat remained on the defense and even extended losses late in the session when corn and soybeans recovered. Late session pressure came from continued reports of better-than-expected spring wheat yields. Wheat export news continues to come in as Japan bought 67,923 metric tons of U.S. milling wheat. South Korea bought 22,500 metric tons of U.S. wheat, as well. Wheat export demand remains strong but with the increase in wheat yields, it somewhat offsets the good demand news.

Grabanski is president of Progressive Ag, a Fargo, N.D.based hedge brokerage firm. Reach Grabanski at (800) 4501404.

Ray Grabanski USDA’s export inspections for wheat were estimated at 36.4 million bushels for the week ending Aug. 30. Export sales pace for the week ending Aug. 30 was estimated at a combined total of 27.5 million bushels with 24.6 million being old crop and 2.9 million new crop. With 39 weeks left in wheat’s export marketing year, shipments will need to average 19.5 million bushels and sales have to average 13.3 million to make USDA’s export expectations of 1.1 billion. As of Sept. 1, spring wheat harvest is estimated at 64 percent, compared with 42 percent the previous week and 69 percent for the five-year average. Spring wheat’s condition rating increased 3 percent to 70 percent good to excellent, 24 percent fair and 6 percent poor to very poor.

Corn: harvest pressure

The corn market was under pressure last week and closed with red ink from Sept. 3 to 5. Selling interest increased with harvest moving into the southern areas of the Corn Belt and yields have been exceeding expectations. The basis also took a big hit last week, as new crop corn enters the pipeline. For the week ending Sept. 5, September lost 6 cents and December was down 22 cents. Corn traded with decent gains Sept. 2 with support coming from the soybean market, but corn lacked any followthrough buying. Better-than-expected yields are being reported in the south and harvest will be moving into the southern Midwest. New crop supplies are entering the supply chain and are being shipped north to meet needs. Corn also closed lower Sept. 4 with follow-through selling coming from Sept. 3, as well as from the sharp losses seen in soybeans. Additional weakness came from the huge drop in the basis as new crop corn comes

into the pipeline. Selling interest continued to pressure the futures on Sept. 5. Harvest continues to move north and has now entered Illinois, Indiana and Nebraska with good yields being reported. The ethanol report was disappointing and it appears USDA will have to adjust ethanol use in its next crop production report. Ethanol production for the week ending Aug. 30 averaged 819,000 barrels per day, down 0.12 percent from the previous week. Total ethanol production for the week was 5.73 million barrels. Corn used in production was estimated at 86 million bushels and this crop year’s cumulative corn used for ethanol production is 4.52 billion bushels. USDA had estimated 4.65 billion bushels of corn would be used for ethanol. Stocks as of Aug. 30 were 16.22 million barrels, down 0.21 percent from the previous week. The crop progress report showed corn that is in the dough stage was at 84 percent, compared with 97 percent one year ago and a five-year average of 89 percent. Corn that is dented was at 42 percent, compared with 84 percent one year ago and a five-year average of 61 percent. Corn that is mature was at 4 percent, compared with 38 percent one year ago and a five-year average of 17 percent. The condition is rated as 59 percent good to excellent, 28 percent fair and 16 percent poor to very poor.

Soybeans: weather concerns remain

Soybeans put in another higher week with most of the strength continuing to come from weather concerns. Hot, dry conditions remain over much of the major growing regions of the U.S. and that has many cutting soybeans potential production estimate. For the week ending Sept. 5, September was up 1 cent, while November was 10 cents higher. Dry weather continued to provide support to soybeans following disappointing moisture reports over the long weekend. Traders expected a 3 to 5 percent decrease in soybean crop conditions in the crop progress report and were not disappointed, as ratings fell 4 percent. Sept. 3 export inspections were bearish, coming in below expectations. Soybeans traded sharply lower Sept. 4, giving back Sept.

3 gains. Heavy technical selling pressured the market as the November contract has failed to take out the contract high of $14.0975 over the past two weeks. The situation in Syria causes uncertainty in the markets that could lead to choppy trade until it becomes clearer. Soybeans traded lower overnight before recovering to close with strong gains and at or near the session’s highs. Strong bull spreading provided support. The forecast remains mostly dry. Additional support was tied to the expectation for tight 2013 and 2014 supplies. China sold 417,448 metric tons of soybeans from its reserves Sept. 5. USDA reported soybean export inspections pace for the week ending Aug. 30 at 1.4 million bushels. Soybean export sales pace was estimated at 31 million bushels. Shipments were reported at 2.2 million bushels. As of Sept. 1, soybeans setting pods were at 92 percent, compared with 84 percent the previous week and 96 percent for the five-year average.

Barley

USDA reported barley export shipment pace for the week ending Aug. 10 at 8,000 bushels, all going to Mexico. No barley export sales were reported. As of Sept. 1, barley harvest was estimated at 76 percent complete, compared with 58 percent the previous week and 71 percent for the five-year average. North Dakota’s barley crop condition rating increased 2 percent to 74 percent good to excellent, 21 percent fair and 5 percent poor to very poor.

Durum

USDA reported durum export shipments for the week ending Aug. 30 at 1.45 million bushels. Export sales pace was estimated at 700,000 bushels. As of Sept. 1, North Dakota’s durum crop was 95 percent turning color, compared with 90 percent for the previous week and 94 percent for the five-year average. North Dakota’s durum harvest progress was estimated at 18 percent, compared with 12 percent the previous week and 48 percent for the five-year average. Durum’s crop condition rating increased 1 percent to 77 percent good, 21 percent fair and 2 percent poor. Sept. 5 cash bids for milling

quality durum were at $7.30 per bushel in Berthold, N.D., while Dickinson, N.D., bids were $6.85.

Canola

Canola futures on the Winnipeg, Manitoba, exchange closed the week ending Sept. 5 with $13.50 (Canadian) losses. Canola traded lower in every session with selling tied to better-than-expected yield reports from the earlier harvest results, as well as from thoughts that this year’s canola crop will likely be a record. As of Sept. 1, North Dakota’s canola was 92 percent turning color, compared with 90 percent the previous week and 98 percent for the five-year average. Canola harvest was estimated at 39 percent complete, compared with 13 percent for the previous week and 47 percent for the five-year average. North Dakota’s canola crop rating increased 8 percent to 80 percent good to excellent, 17 percent fair and 3 percent poor. Sept. 5 cash canola bids in Velva, N.D., were at $21.09 per hundredweight.

Dry beans

As of Sept. 1, 98 percent of North Dakota’s dry bean crop (29 percent of nation’s production) was setting pods, compared with 91 percent for the previous week and 100 percent for the five-year average. North Dakota’s crop condition rating declined 3 percent to 37 percent good to excellent, 48 percent fair and 15 percent poor to very poor. Minnesota’s dry beans (11 percent of the nation’s production) are 87 percent fully podded, compared with 72 percent the previous week. Minnesota’s dry bean crop condition rating decreased 1 percent to 41 percent good to excellent, 41 percent fair and 18 percent poor.

Sunflowers

As of Sept. 1, 98 percent of North Dakota’s sunflower crop was in bloom, compared with 88 percent the previous week and 99 percent for the five-year average. North Dakota’s sunflower crop condition rating was unchanged at 73 percent good to excellent, 23 percent fair and 4 percent poor. Sept. 5 cash sunflower bids in Fargo, N.D., for old crop were at $20.45 per hundredweight, while new crop bids were $21.


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Friday LocaL cash Grain Prices Ayr, N.D. Beach Bismarck Bottineau Cando Cooperstown Edgeley Finley Fortuna Gladstone Grand Forks Hankinson Harlow Harvey Hatton Jamestown Manvel McVille New Salem N.D. Mill Northwood Plaza Regent Rugby Russell Scranton Sheldon Stanley Thompson Tuttle Walhalla West Fargo Williston Brookings, S.D. Chamberlain Huron McLaughlin Philip Redfield St. Lawrence Watertown Billings, MONT. Glasgow Glendive Havre Miles City Alvarado, MINN. Argyle Beltrami Breckenridge Crookston Erskine Fergus Falls Fosston Garfield Kragnes Marshall Morris Pipestone Roseau Shelly Walnut Grove Wheaton Mpls.-Duluth Portland, ORE AVERAGES Cargill Corn: Bid Basis

Springwheat Winter Durum now new Wht 12% No. 1

6.53 6.58 6.61

5.83 6.34

6.90

6.47 6.42 6.30 6.47 6.52 5.65 6.85 6.63 6.73 6.54 6.63 6.53 6.58 6.60 6.58

6.10

6.70

6.47 6.52

4.50

5.90

6.57 6.50

6.63 6.73

6.87 6.48 6.51 6.25 6.45 6.53 7.12 6.58 6.58 6.58 6.48 6.48 6.37 7.29 6.88 6.70 6.75 6.83 6.63 6.75 6.70 7.07

Barley feed malt

6.78 6.61 5.75 6.70 7.12

6.83 6.56 6.73 6.75 6.88 6.88 6.63 6.90 6.70 6.89

3.60 3.40 3.05 4.00 2.90

6.80

6.03

3.25

6.25

3.90

6.04 6.50 6.05 6.21

7.00

4.50

6.80

4.25 4.50

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6.33 3.60 6.19 6.81 6.70 6.64 6.95 6.30 6.73 6.65 6.85

6.95

7.02 6.46

3.50

5.00

6.68

3.50

3.00

6.58 6.73

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6.75

6.13

6.78 6.64 Oct 4.28 -40

8.05 6.47 Nov 4.35 -33

6.86 Dec 4.38 -30

4.55 Jan 4.41 -40

3.41 Feb 4.44 -37

Corn now

4.68 4.62 5.08 4.48 3.98 3.96 3.98 4.18 4.13 4.88 4.05 5.08 4.03 4.68

Corn new

4.13 3.88

Flax now

Canola Sunseeds Soybeans now nuSun now new

13.08 13.15

3.00 13.75 13.40 19.60 12.85 19.64 2.60 13.00

19.25 18.45

12.70

18.45

4.18

4.28

19.40

21.15 13.05 20.34

4.08 4.21 4.03

4.00 4.53 3.81

Oats now

2.85 13.05 20.15 3.05 4.03 2.35

14.00 20.50

13.00 19.90 1.65 13.65 19.65

20.05

18.45 19.20 18.60

12.87 12.92 12.85 13.02 13.07 13.07 13.08 13.13 13.04 13.08 13.08 12.88 12.78 13.13 12.87 12.83 12.88 12.88 13.28

5.20 4.48

3.88

13.00 12.98 12.98

5.08

4.13

4.03 4.14

4.03

5.24 4.63 5.16

4.29

13.73 13.08 13.66 13.68

5.04 4.53 5.18

4.03 4.03 4.13

13.68 12.93 13.64 12.63 14.12 12.97

13.08 13.08 13.03 13.03 12.65

3.00 13.10

3.70

3.83

13.11

4.08 4.18 4.12 4.11 4.68 3.93 4.88 4.08 4.95 4.68 4.98

4.08 4.18

4.38 5.28 4.88

4.08 4.43 4.28

4.51 Mar 4.49 -32

4.14 Apr 4.55 -35

2.29

18.20

4.43 4.28

2.85 12.75 20.03

2.73 13.19 20.11 May Jun Oct 4.60 4.60 4.56 -30 -36 -48

18.89 Nov 4.64 -40

13.13 13.13 13.08 11.00 13.12 13.10 13.68 12.96 14.21 13.38 14.12 12.90 13.03 14.43 13.13

13.08 12.90 13.03 13.13 13.13

13.24 Dec 4.67 -37

12.91 Jan 4.69 -43

13.11

Prices as of close of markets Friday. Prices in dollar per bushel, except sunflower seeds and canola, which are dollars per cwt. Based on an Agweek survey of selected elevators and to-arrive bids reported by the USDA. Wheat prices may reflect milling or terminal. Many of the towns listed have other elevators with prices different from the ones shown. Durum prices are No.1 hard amber. *Delivered Erskine.

Shareholder will vote no on Smithfield sale Deal would be the largest takeover of a US company by a Chinese firm n

By Michael Felberbaum Associated Press

RICHMOND, Va. — One of Smithfield Foods Inc.’s largest shareholders says it plans to vote against the pork producer’s proposed takeover by China’s largest meat producer because it wants more time to seek other offers that would provide greater shareholder value. New York-based investment firm Starboard Value LP, which owns about 5.7 percent of Smithfield’s common stock, sent a letter to the Smithfield, Va.-based company’s shareholders saying it intends to vote against the deal struck with Shuanghui International Holdings Ltd. at a scheduled Sept. 24 meeting in Richmond. The same day, Shuanghui announced that it has secured about $4 billion in financing for the deal in which Smithfield will sell itself for $34 per share, or $4.7 billion. The deal, which is expected to close by the end of the year, would be the largest takeover of a U.S. company by a Chinese firm, valued at about $7.1 billion including debt. It still requires approval of the federal Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, which reviews overseas transactions for national-security implications. Smithfield’s stock will no longer be publicly traded once the deal closes. Smithfield has promoted the deal as opening the door to substantial increases in exports to China, but critics have voiced worry about persistent problems with food safety in China. In the letter, Starboard says it has received written interest from other parties to buy Smithfield’s assets at a higher value than being offered under the current proposal. While the firm has come “quite a long way,” it needs more time to put the alternative proposal together. Starboard says it hopes its vote will compel Smithfield to delay the shareholder meeting so that it can have more time. Starboard sent a letter to Smithfield’s board of directors in June, saying the proposed deal falls short of what the company would be worth if sold off piece by piece. The investment firm estimated the company’s value at $9 billion to $10.8 billion, or about $44 to $55 per share. Starboard says that while the deal with Shuanghui does offer some value, shareholders would be better served if the company focused on selling its various divisions, which include fresh pork and hog production businesses, as well as an international division. Smithfield, whose brands include Armour, Farmland and its namesake, also has been focusing on its packaged meats business, which sells deli meats, bacon, sausage, and hot dogs. Because Smithfield is contractually prohibited from superior offers or contacting others who may be interested in acquiring parts of the company, the investment firm sought to find other buyers. Smithfield did not immediately respond to a request seeking comment.


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New England expects good crop after dismal 2012

NAtIONAL NEWS

Ample apples

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By Dave Gram

Associated Press

MONTPELIER, Vt. — Apple pickers are descending on New England’s orchards for the early varieties as growers around the region predict a strong rebound from a dismal 2012. Weather conditions have been favorable for apple production this year, with minimal late frosts, a wet early summer and recent dry conditions. The weather contrasts with conditions a year ago when a warm late April coaxed out the apple blossoms, but was followed by a killing frost in many areas. Bill Suhr, owner of the Champlain Orchards in Shoreham, Vt., says the moisture early on helped increase the size of the fruit and the dry conditions now are probably contributing to sugar content, making many of the apples sweeter. “We already have people doing pick your own,” says Alison Dayton of the Happy Valley Orchard in Middlebury, Vt. “Last year, we didn’t have any.” For the region, orchardists expect a

good crop this fall — about 3.5 million 42-pound boxes, just under the 3.6 million-box average in the past five years, the New England Apple Association says. Likewise, the forecast for apple production nationwide calls for an upswing. Industry group USApple says apple production for the U.S. is expected to be 13 percent higher than last year. The 2013 forecast calls for 243.3 million boxes — each box containing 42 apples — about 9 percent above the five-year average. Although the nation’s leading apple producer, Washington state, is expected to see its 2013 crop fall below the fiveyear average by about 10 percent, both No. 2 New York and No. 3 Michigan should see big increases over a poor 2012. New York apple production could be 87 percent greater than in 2012, while Michigan’s forecast calls for a nearly 1,000 percent jump from a record low last year. In New England, Paula Red, Ginger Gold and other early varieties are already being picked, and some orchards say the MacIntosh apples were coming in just in time for Labor Day weekend. “People are very excited that they are so plentiful this year,” Dayton says. At Gould Hill Farm in Contoocook, N.H., owner Tim Bassett says he and

his wife, Amy, were thrilled about the prospects. “For us, it’s a very good year,” he says. “We have no complaints — very heavy

Macs, Macouns, Honey Crisp.” Bassett also touts the farm’s heritage varieties, including Roxbury Russetts, which he described as “the oldest apple in America.”

Sharing the risks of biomass crops

Study recommends outlined expectations for growers, biorefineries n

Robert F. Bukaty, Associated Press

G Crab apples grow at the Rocky Ridge Orchard in Bowdoin, Maine, Aug. 30. New England’s apple crop is expected to be just below its five-year average for 2013, but much better than the 2012 season, challenged by late frost and hail.

By Debra Levey Larson URBANA, Ill. — Farmers who grow corn and soybeans can take advantage of government price support programs and crop insurance, but similar programs are not available for those who grow biomass crops such as Miscanthus. A University of Illinois study recommends a framework for contracts between growers and biorefineries to help spell out expectations for sustainability practices and designate who will assume the risks and costs associated with these new perennial energy crops. “The current biomass market operates more along the lines of a take-it-or-leave-it contract, but in order to encourage enhanced participation and promote a more sustainable, stable biomass supply, a new kind of contract needs to be created,” says Jody Endres, a U of I professor of energy and environmental law. Endres says a good contract gives everyone more certainty. “Incomplete contracts are the hazard,” she says. “We need to develop contracts that nail down all of the details and are transparent about who’s taking on the risk and who’s paying for it. If we get these considerations into the contracts, those who finance this new biomass crop industry will have more certainty to invest.” The study identifies considerations that should be

included in the framework for a biomass contract, including a control for moral hazard, risk incentive tradeoff, existing agricultural practices, and risk and management tools to make the industry more sustainable financially and environmentally. Endres says if biorefineries receive money in the form of carbon credits for reducing pollution, incentives for farmers should be included in contracts because they are the ones who are bearing the risks associated with sustainability practices. “Suppose a sustainability contract lists that the default should be integrated pest management rather than application of traditional pesticides,” Endres says. “The farmer takes on some risk to provide a sustainable product, but the biorefinery gets carbon credit for those sustainable practices. This should be worked into the contract — that if the farmer assumes the risk of IPM as opposed to traditional pesticide options, there has to be some sort of up-front payment or incentive in the contract to account for this risk. Due to the power relationships in this industry, the onus is on the biorefinery to be the leader in developing contracts in this new landscape.” The perennial nature of biomass crops also makes developing contracts challenging. “We’re in a unique environment, and traditional agricultural contracting structures just don’t apply,” Endres says. “Crop insurance is not currently available for farmers who grow biomass crops so they take on additional risk. Likewise, landowners see high prices for traditional commodity crops and do not want to be locked into a multi-year contract with a lessee to grow a perennial biomass crop. It’s complicated.” Endres says that although sustainability requirements are important, having an adequate supply of biomass is important, as well. “We’re trying to envi-

sion a future in which we have a lot of biomass and one way to secure that is to recognize all of the risks and costs, especially when it comes to sustainability practices. It’s unique, and we do not yet have contracts for this aspect of the industry,” she says. A newly forming biomass standards group, in which Endres holds a leadership role, is looking at how the value of sustainability practices can be measured at the watershed, eco-shed, or air-shed level rather than on the scale of individual farms. Endres says that the working group will examine how to ensure that balance is achieved between producers and consumers of biomass, including through contracts. “I’m optimistic that it can be done,” she says. “Growers and refiners right now are concerned with the industry being financially sound. “There’s also a real need for education in both developed and underdeveloped countries about biomass contracting,” Endres says. “We’re trying to shift the paradigm from traditional agriculture to something that’s more sustainable — and that takes knowledge. If we don’t have that knowledge here in the United States and we’re trying to draft contracts in our very developed system, how is this going to be rolled out in say, Africa, or other areas where the use of production contracts are much more rare, especially in the small farm context?” “Building Bio-based Supply Chains: Theoretical Perspectives on Innovative Contract Design” was published in the UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy. Editor’s note: Larson is a news and public affairs specialist for the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at the University of Illinois in Urbana.


AGWEEK / Monday, September 9, 2013 — PAGE 29

From the hill

Farm bill action takes the backseat

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Congress’ vote on Syria could slow progress on farm legislation

By Jerry Hagstrom Special to Agweek

PONCA CITY, Okla. — Rural lawmakers will go back to Washington with more instructions from their constituents on how to vote on whether to give President Barack Obama authority to act in Syria than on how to handle the farm bill or a Republican proposal to cut food stamps. At town meetings held last week by House Agriculture Committee Chairman Frank Lucas, ROkla., Syria was the main topic of discussion. Both the House and the Senate are scheduled to reconvene on Sept. 9. Farm bills usually cover both farm programs and food stamps, but in June a comprehensive farm bill failed on the House floor. In July, House Republi-

cans passed a farm program-only farm bill, and House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., has said he plans to bring up a bill to cut $40 billion out of the food stamp program over 10 years. After that vote, House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, is expected to name conferees on the bill to meet with the alreadynamed Senate conferees. At a Sept. 4 town hall meeting in an oil and farm town in northern Oklahoma, Lucas gave a lengthy explanation of the difficulties in passing the farm bill, but also noted that the Syria vote could slow down the farm bill once again. Lucas acknowledged that the Syria issue had “lit up the phones” in his office since Obama said he would ask Congress to endorse his actions. Lucas said he had not made up his mind about how to vote, but is inclined to vote against another U.S. action in the Middle East. “If you really want to be in Syria you better make a strong case,” Lucas said. When he opened up the floor for questions here and at another town hall meeting in nearby Ponca City the same morning, it was clear that no one at either meeting wanted the U.S. to get fur-

ther involved in Syria. Larry King, a retired Protestant minister in Ponca City, said “The people in Syria have been fighting since the time of Abraham. They are not going to quit. We are just going to go over there and make enemies.” He also said that if the Keystone pipeline were approved to bring fuel from Canada “we wouldn’t have to worry about that” — a line that got him applause. Many rural lawmakers including House Agriculture Committee ranking member Collin Peterson, D-Minn., signed a letter to President Obama urging him to ask for congressional consent before taking action in Syria. No one in Ponca City asked about the farm bill or food stamps. In Brownell, a nearby town where Lucas held a town meeting later the same day, one farmer, Rick Jeans, asked him if he thinks there will be a two-year extension. Lucas, sounding relieved to be on a more comfortable subject, said, “Now we cut to the chase, the things that mean dollars and cents at home.” Lucas said he doesn’t think there will be another extension and believes that the House Republican and Democratic leadership now think they need to pass

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a bill this year. He added that he is not sure the nutrition bill will pass but thinks conferees will be appointed before the end of September. There is “always a possibility” that Syria and the need to continue funding the government could interfere with that prediction, he said. Both Republican and Democratic staffers confirmed last week that House and Senate staff have completed the “side-by-side” comparisons of farm bill provisions except for nutrition since the House has not passed that bill. But the aides said the “preconference” staff meetings that usually precede members’ action have not taken place since the House does not have conferees. Lucas said the biggest hurdle in finalizing the farm bill will be settling the differences between the Senate and House on the commodity title. The American Farm Bureau Federation mounted a “bring on the heat” campaign to encourage farmers to tell House members during the recess to pass the farm bill and immigration reform legislation, but Jeans said afterward that most farmers are too busy harvesting to attend a town hall at this time of the year.

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RegioNAL NeWS

Making a ‘premium’ calf n

A few points to consider

By Kris Ringwall What makes a premium calf? There are six steps to placing premium calves that excel on the market: superior genetics, sound management, preconditioning, tag identification and certification, and a good marketing strategy. The order of the steps is not as important as doing the steps. The first point is superior genetics. Calves are a product of a producer’s genetic program. The days have long passed when producers simply eyeball and guess what the genetic package is. The appropriate mix of growth and carcass genes that are achieved through proven sires is critical. A calf only will be what its genes allow it to be. In the current world, fast-growing calves that have the genes to grade Choice and offer the feedlot some flexibility in marketing a very lean, heavy carcass would be desirable. The second point is sound management. A buyer who is about to write a check for $900 calves, has an expectation that those calves have been under the care of a good manager. The fine

print acknowledges the presence of a good manager. A manager is someone who conducts business in a professional manner, pays attention to detail, has a broad grasp of the industry, has positive people skills, guides those who are supervised, and knows how to document and sell a program. The third point is to have the calves preconditioned. Preconditioned calves are products of a complete health management program designed to minimize risk as the calves leave the home ranch to travel through the marketing channels and arrive at a backgrounder or feedlot. These calves must be accustomed to water troughs, feed bunks and timely vaccinations using recommended vaccines, treated for applicable parasites and fully processed (castration and dehorning). The fourth point is tag identification. Calves need to be identified by a tag or a similar form of identification to allow for the proper acknowledgment of who that calf is. Not all calves are the same, and all calves do not measure up to standards. Those that do must be identified or, once unloaded into a pen of similar-colored calves, they all become average. The fifth point is very much tied to the fourth point. Cattle that are seeking a premium must be certified and

acknowledged as to who they are. The challenge is not a simple one. As the market gets more technical, the challenge becomes even greater. But the difficulty does not remove the need to certify who the calf is. Call it the difference between generic and namebrand marketing. The difference is in the name. Point six is a good marketing strategy. Many would put this point as No. 1. Endurance in a good marketing strategy depends on having a calf that has superior genetics, represents sound management practices and is preconditioned, tag identified and certified. The process of getting calves ready for market and capturing the available market dollars is not simple. In days past, calves usually were not handled or worked before shipping in the fall. Instead, they were gathered, sorted and hauled directly to the auction barn. Calves would not be separated from their mothers before the sale, so the bawling of freshly weaned calves echoed from the local sale barns. These calves did well, and many returned to the countryside for a more leisurely feeding period in smaller lots or pastures.

Turning tables Today, the table has turned. Many

calves compete to go directly to backgrounder lots or feed yards that are aggressively searching for feeder calves. In many ways, this final step is the culmination of genetic selection for growth and associated profitable carcass traits, the management needed to bring together the calves and crops produced, and the skills to gauge the availability of reasonably priced feed grains in sufficient quantities that facilitate the operation of large feed yards. The demand is there. To stand at the entrance of a larger feedlot, with the constant flow of semitrucks loaded with feed or loaded with calves, and be able to say that I got my calves marketed correctly is tough. But it can be done, as buyers have a few select orders that would offer a premium to fill a load or two of similar types of calves that truly are indicative of a premium. Go for it because it can be done. Do not give into the mediocre. Instead, aggressively market your premium calves that excel through superior genetics and sound management, and are preconditioned, tag identified and certified to be the best there is. You can do it. Editor’s note: Ringwall is a North Dakota State University Extension Service livestock specialist and the Dickinson Research Extension Center director.

Markets affect calf ownership Prices can spur interest in keeping calves through winter n

SDSU Extension Service

BROOKINGS, S.D. — Feed prices trending lower and feeder cattle prices trending higher may spark some interest in retaining ownership of stocker calves through the winter. “Feeder cattle futures price and projections from U.S. Department of Agriculture-Economic Research Service send different signals for different times. Through the remainder of 2013, futures are above fundamental projection levels. Thus, there is an incentive to price feeder cattle to be sold in the short run,” says Heather Gessner, South Dakota State Uni-

versity Extension livestock business management field specialist. By the second quarter of 2014, the projections are above the futures price by $10 per hundredweight. Gessner says these prices, combined with new crop corn and hay prices remaining lower than last year, suggest profit potential for calves backgrounded throughout winter. But she adds that risk management tools should be considered despite the improved chances for lower feed costs as the risk of retaining ownership between fall and spring can be large in the feeder cattle market. “During the winter months, particularly between November and March, futures have both risen and fallen by over $10 per hundredweight in the last decade,” Gessner says. Producers with calves or feeders can use put options or Livestock Risk Protection insurance to cover against a decline in feeder cattle prices. Gessner points out that such declines occurred from No-

vember to March in 2003, 2005, 2007, 2008 and 2012. When making the decision on which of these tools to utilize, Gessner says to consider the number of animals you are covering, the cost of the product, and the length of time you will be covering your calves. “Other price protection tools such as forward pricing calves for later delivery either through internet auctions or direct sales to the feedlot could be considered. The downside of utilizing these tools would be that if the price projections are accurate for the first quarter of 2014, there may be money left on the table come delivery day,” she says. In order to determine which of these tools will work best, Gessner says producers first need to determine their breakeven costs for three months of feed, as well as their risk tolerance. “With futures and projections in March near the $160 per hundredweight range and the budgeted costs at $200 per head in this market scenario, determining your risk tolerance is up to you,” she says.


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7-Day Forecast for North Dakota

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

A couple of thunderstorms

Partly sunny with a shower

Sunny and pleasant

Bright sunshine

Warm with increasing clouds

Partly sunny and very warm

Partial sunshine

H: 75 to 82 L: 53 to 62

H: 76 to 82 L: 51 to 58

H: 76 to 83 L: 50 to 54

H: 75 to 85 L: 49 to 55

H: 77 to 86 L: 44 to 57

H: 79 to 85 L: 49 to 58

H: 78 to 84 L: 47 to 55

Local Almanac

Agriculture Report

Statistics for the week ending September 5

A couple of showers and a thunderstorm will bring light to moderate rainfall amounts across the area on Monday. There may be a passing shower on Tuesday, but rainfall will be light and not all places will have a shower. It will be dry Wednesday through Saturday.

Temperature

Bismarck Grand Forks

High for the week Low for the week Normal high Normal low Average temperature Normal average temp. Temperature departure

92° 48° 78° 50° 71.1° 64.4° +6.7°

88° 42° 76° 50° 65.4° 62.7° +2.7°

0.12” 0.00” 16.23” 0.31” 0% 115%

0.02” trace 14.23” 0.39” 0% 91%

23 81 2270

16 63 1945

Trends for the Week Ahead

Precipitation Total for the week Total for the month Total for the year Normal for the month % of normal this month % of normal this year

Regional Summary A storm system moving into the region will bring a mixture of clouds and sunshine on Monday along with a couple of showers and a thunderstorm. The system will move away on Tuesday, but there can still be a lingering shower with a partly sunny sky. High pressure building out of western and central Canada will bring nice weather Wednesday and Thursday with plenty of sunshine both days. It will be warm Friday and Saturday.

Growing Degree Days Yesterday Month to date Season to date

AccuWeather.com RealFeel Temperature® 8 a.m. Monday 12 p.m. 4 p.m. 8 p.m.

66° 82° 80° 71°

International Crop Summary

60° 81° 80° 73°

Australia

The patented AccuWeather.com RealFeel Temperature is an exclusive index of the effects of temperature, wind, humidity, sunshine intensity, cloudiness, precipitation, pressure and elevation on the human body.

Regional Cities Hi 74 68 76 74 71 70 74 73 72

Lo 48 47 49 47 47 51 43 49 50

Prcp 0.38 0.51 0.22 0.28 0.44 0.30 0.25 0.47 0.51

City Glasgow, MT Grand Forks, ND Jamestown, ND Lemmon, SD Minot, ND Pierre, SD St. Cloud, MN Thief Riv Fls, MN Williston, ND

Hi 74 72 73 77 72 79 72 70 74

A series of fronts will produce normal rainfall across the southern third of Australia this week. Drier than normal elsewhere.

Brazil

High pressure will foster dry weather across southern Brazil much of this week, but rain can reach RGS over the weekend.

Canada

Temperatures are the averages for the week of 8/30 - 9/5. Precipication values are totals for the week.

City Aberdeen, SD Bemidji, MN Billings, MT Bismarck, ND Crookston, MN Devils Lake, ND Dickinson, ND Fargo, ND Fergus Falls, MN

Above Normal Near Normal Below Normal

Lo 47 46 47 48 48 51 49 48 44

Prcp 0.15 0.35 0.38 0.23 0.24 0.32 0.60 0.51 0.17

Scattered rain is possible in the Canadian Prairies early in the week; otherwise, dry and warm across the region much of the week.

European Union

Above Normal Near Normal Below Normal

Rather cool with some rain across western Europe early in the week, while central and eastern Europe are dry and warm.

Russia

Spotty showers in the Volga Valley early this week, then wet from western Ukraine to the Baltics later in the week.

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Deere 328D skidsteer, like new 310 hrs, 2 speed, foot controls, heat & air, construction bucket, $40,000. 605-233-0888

1978 White 6000lb. All Terrain Forklift, 4wd, 60" forks, Gas, Very Clean, $13,500. 701-361-4790.

Ford A66 Payloader with 3 yd bucket 9700 hours and runs good. Also a 2006 Smithco side dump pup traler in excellent shape.

FOR SALE Brand New Case 2013 621ER loader with 3 yard bucket and Grabtec grapple. Call 605-770-2528

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FOR SALE: 2008 MacDon SD60S flex draper 30ft header, fits SN 184532 fits John Deere, $31,750. 612-616-0250

Heavy duty skid steer attachment ideal for rock, manure, straw, branches, waste etc. Multiple sizes available.

ARNE'S SIDEDUMP TRAILER 2006 triple axle - $34,000

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FORD 1997 day cab Cat 400 13 speed 3axle rear wet kit $16,500

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LOADKING 39ft LOWBOY 3axle hydraulic folding neck Kohler power unit - $26,000

FOR SALE: 2008 John Deere 410 TJ Backhoe with 1,068 hours, extend-A-hoe with front wheel assist. 320-762-2035

KING TRAILER 20ton pintol hitch all new air brakes $12,000

2007 Terex SR80. Cab & Heat. Two Speed. 1200 Hours with Bucket. Priced to Sell. 605-216-7785

2012 Skyjack SJ7135RT rough terrain scissor lift, 15 hours, outriggers, 4wd, $35,000. Call 605-520-4458

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www.attachmentsintl.com New Terex TSR 60 Skidsteer. 60HP 2000lb lift capacity. Cab, heat, AC, 2 spd, Power Quick attach. 1 Year warranty upon purchase. $25,000. 605-216-6417 2012 Magnum MMG55FH mobile generator, tandem axle, surge brakes, 55kw, diesel, 137 hours, asking $17,000. Call 605-520-7021

WANTED: DAMAGED GRAIN

INDUSTRIAL/ CONSTRUCTION FOR SALE: 2008 New Holland L190 skidloader, 3,800 hours, cab heat and air conditioning, with Loegering VTS track system. Fuel injection pump and injectors rebuilt less than 200 hours ago. Hydros getting weak, needs some work. $16,750 OBO. Delivery Available. 605-934-3594 Can email pictures 1997 Bobcat 763 open ROPS, good tires, active 3rd valve. Machine is in good condition. Call 605-216-6417 Mustang 2040 skidsteer, 1600 hrs, 2 pin, cab/heat, priced to sell. 605-216-7785

MAYHEW 1500 DRILL RIG

- Mounted on 1985 Ford 8000 with 3208 Cat Engine, Single Axle, PTO Drive, 32' Mast-Homemade with single rollers and channel rails, built in 2011, 23' Kelly bar -- 3 fluted, Little Giant water swivel, 5x6 Gardner Denver mud pump, Truck mounted grout tank- fully plumbed to mud pump, Variable speed Hydrolic pull downs, Manual clutch and brakes, 4 leveling jacks-front-2 are mid mounted. ASKING $45,000. Please call 701-242-7252 and leave a message if there is no answer.

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1982 Cheverolet Twin Screw Vacuum/Pumper Truck. Has 2500 Gallon Tank. Asking $20,000. Please call 701-242-7252. Please leave message if no answer.

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'05 Case 521D, nice shape, 120 HP Cummins Turbo Diesel, 4spd transmission, 3rd valve, ACS quick coupler, 2 1/2 yard bucket and forks. All owners manuals & parts book, nice cab, 6700 hrs, very nice loader, $48,300/offer. 701-318-2086 Delivery Possible

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2006 John Deere 332 Skid Steer. Heat and Air Conditioning, 91 HP, Bucket, 900 hrs, nice shape. Asking $31,000. Please call 701-242-7252 and leave a message if there is no answer. 2001 Bobcat 773 w/bucket, only 475 hrs., cab w/heat, used only on a hobby farm; $19,500. Call: 701-238-6194

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2005 International 9200i ISX Cummins Engine 435HP; 523,964 Miles; 10 Spd; Air Ride Suspension; 3:55 Ratio; 11R22.5 Tires; Aluminum Wheels; 167 in Wheelbase; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive; Clean Inside and Out with New Brakes!

2013 Maurer 40' + 5 ft Beavertail and Heavy Duty Ramps, with 3rd Ramp, White Oak Flooring, LED Lights, Import Virgin Tires, Steel Rims; $26,600

1996 International 8100 Cummins Engine 280HP; 240,275 Miles; Spring Suspension; LP22.5 Tires; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive; $12,000

2014 Maurer Air Ride Suspension; 40 ft Length x 68" Height; 11R24.5 Tires; Aluminum Composition; Aluminum Platform Front and Back, Double Ridge Strap, Polished Aluminum Rims, Black Tarp and Graphics, LED Turn Lights and 2 Sight Windows; $34,500

2004 Mack Vision CXN613 62 in Medium Mid Roof; AC Mack Engine 427HP; 540,772 Miles; 10 Spd; Air Ride Suspension; 3:70 Ratio; LP22.5 Tires; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive; New Brakes and Drums. Very Clean Inside and Out. Just In! $28,000

2008 Forest River Toy Hauler 8x22, $9800. 605-325-3325 1996 Oldsmobile Cutlass $1900 1999 Oldsmobile Cutlass $3100 2003 Chevy Malibu $4100 2002 Ford Taurus $4000 2000 2500 Chevy $4800 Call 605-539-0242 New Black Harley Davidson XL 883 Low. $7000 Firm. 605-868-4460 2009 Honda CRF 230L street legal dirt bike. Only 1183 miles and is in new condition. $3700. Call 605-290-9252 FOR SALE: 2003 Ford Excursion, Eddy Bauer package, 7.3L Diesel engine, rebuilt transmission. Great Shape! Call 605-397-2430 or 605-380-3289 2004 Excel 5th wheel camper, 33SBE, has washer & dryer, 1 piece fiberglass roof, 2 new batteries, very clean, hardwood oak trim. Selling due to health problems. Always stored when not in use. 2008 Duramax Chevy 1 ton 4x4, ext cab, 8’ box, power adjusted camper mirrors, long steps all the way across, tool box, fuel tank, 16k hitch, PW, PL, heated leather seats, auto start, 20,900 mi, new batteries this spring, Honda generator on the back. 605-338-7359 92 Bayliner Capri 18ft 120HP Force outboard motor, $4,500. Great condition. 605-377-4347

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FOR SALE: 2002 LTZ Trailblazer, 4x4, maroon w/dark grey leather interior, sunroof, am/fm cd player, newer tires, auto start, low miles, loaded up, excellent condition. 701-430-3189 02 Mustang - Great School car, V6 automatic, 102K, runs & drives good. Was $5,900, Now $3,950 605-225-4115 STARLITE Motors 2012 Can Am Outlander 1000 XT. Magnesium metallic. 850 miles. Heated handle bars, power steering, winch. Looks brand new. $9,000. 605-770-5600. Sioux Falls, SD 1989 Cadillac Sedan Deville. 119,700 original miles. 4.5L V-8, front wheel drive. Used only synthetic oil. New tires, new transmission (not rebuilt), new brakes/rotors, complete tune-up, new fuel pump, fuel filter. Cloth interior is immaculate. $3700. 605-343-1559 or 605-863-1816. 2003 Ford Explorer XLT 4 wheel drive, power windows, door locks, CD, AC, Tinted windows, flex fuel, new transmission & brakes, 175,000 miles, looks good, runs great, $4,300. 605-216-9764

2013 G3 Outfitter v177 boat, 17ft, with 2002 Mercury 50hp motor, sits on 2013 EZ Loader trailer, boat is loaded with accessories, Humminbird 597HDDI depth finder w/ GPS, Minnkota Powerdrive 24volt 80lb thrust trolling motor with I-pilot, Minnkota on board charging system, rod holders, 2 lives wells, cooler, open floor plan with counsel, boat works very good in big or small lakes, nice condition used very little, asking $12,500 OBO. Call 605-520-7021 2005 JayCo Eagle TT 29ft, rear bunks, single slide, fiberglass exterior, excellent condition, will include equalizer hitch, $13,500. Call 605-380-7805 Hunter or Snowbird Special: 2004 Winnebago Journey 39', Cat engine, diesel pusher, 2 slides, new tires in 2012 with 1997 Jeep and tow package. $75,900 OBO. 605-226-3609 or jerome1@abe.midco.net MUST SELL!! Volkswagen Jetta 1989, new battery, new alternator. Volkswagen Jetta 1991 diesel, call in evening 605-472-3313 1998 AlpenLite AFS 32' RL. 5th wheel, Pony hitch, 2 slides, new carpet and furniture. $13,500. 605-380-1733

2004 Gulfstream Innsbruck Supreme, sleeps 9+, 31' TT, 8' slide out, bunk beds in rear, shower/tub, lg rear storage, clean, stored indoors every winter. Call 605-228-2549 or 605-228-9427 to view Chevy Impala 2009, blue with creme leather, automatic $2850 For more questions call 813-641-4579 2012 Chevrolet Impala LTZ, Sunroof, CD, PW/PL/PS, ht mirrors, Bose XM radio, heated leather seats, OnStar, tilt, A/C, CC, traction control, steering wheel controls, auto start, 22K miles, Bumper-ToBumper warranty to 36,000 miles, LIKE NEW, $17,900. 605-380-7384 PRICE REDUCED 2003 Harley Davidson Custom chopper, Evolution HD 1340CC (70 HP) engine. Only 3400 miles, two tone dark red, $8800 OBO. Call 605-649-7243

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2012 Ford Flex. Limited model. All wheel drive, white, 27K miles. Heated leather seats. Third row seating. $28,500. 605-871-9996 or 605-853-3687 2011 Lincoln Towncar, excellent condition. 605-670-2250 FOR SALE: 1994 30' Fifth Wheel Camper with 1 slideout. Questions or Interested, call 605-354-4155

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Windshield, winch, custom rims and tires. $3500. 218-686-2745 2002 GMC Envoy. 188K, $5,500. Call 605-228-6831 after 5:00 1994 Coachman 27ft Camper, everything works, excellent condition. $5,000 OBO. 605-352-9788

Jeep Grand Cherokee Ltd. 2000, 4.7, sunroof & ice cold AC. Heated leather seats. Looks & drives great, 109K miles. Great school car, $5,400. 605-290-4483

2001 30' Fourwinds Hurricane Class A V10, dual roof A/C, 5000 watt Onan gen, Sat Dish, 40,000 miles, newer tires, very clean, $17,900. Call 605-216-4674

2011 Crossroad Sunset Trail 26ft Travel trailer. Rear bunk & bath, 32" tv, front bedroom. Asking $18,000 OBO. 605-380-4407

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2010 HD Street Glide Custom, 5000 miles. 2008 HD Deluxe Custom, 2200 miles. 605-458-2425 or 605-354-7523 2011 Polaris Ranger 800. Power steering, soft cab with doors, aluminum roof with 3/4 windshield, street legal, turn signals, 1500 miles, $10,500. 701-238-1550. Dodge Charger 2006, Hemi, 5.7 V8, black, 20in wheels, tinted windows, navigation, 6 disc CD changer, video ent system, sharp looking car, $14,200 OBO. Call 605-216-6568 MINT CONDITION. 2010 GMC Acadia SLE, brown, AWD, 15,500 miles, incl tow pkg, $24,999. 605-290-3412 2012 Impala, loaded plus sunroof, remote start, 30,000 miles, $17,000. 605-758-2556 Toyota Camry 2007, 4 door, silver, 95,000 miles, new battery, 2 new tires, over 30 MPG, very clean excellent car, 605-358-8801 or 605-380-0777

‘06 Ford F350 1 ton, Super Duty, 2WD. V8, heavy dutyAT. Red Camper special, crew cab long box, 4K oil changes. No rust, 137K. Clean deluxe seats, new tires, tow pkg. 3:73 posi. $10,500. 605-225-7093 2005 NuWa Hitchhiker 2 LS 5th wheel camper, 34.5 ft long, 3 slides, front queen bed, rear living, excellent shape, $22,500. 2006 Palomino Puma Travel Trailer, 31ft, 2 slides, rear bunks, front queen bed, with equalizer hitch, $11,500. 605-881-4519 1981 Mercedes Benz Roadster 38S Convertible, 123,000 miles, classic car; $8500. Call: 218-498-2800

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FOR SALE: 1997 Timpte 42x78 grain trailer, new tarp, tires 80%, brakes 60%, asking $17,000. 605-225-5040 or 605-290-3323 Ag Systems Model AG211. Made for Case IH/Patriot sprayer, 11R17.5 rubber, $3500. 605-380-1188 1987 Merritt Grain trailer, 41ft long, 96in wide, with 66in sides, $4,500. Call 507-380-0810 Donahue self propelled spraying trailer, $4,200 Call 507-380-0810 Crysteel Grain pup, 450 bushel, center dump, $2,500. Call 507-380-0810 1990 Ford LTL 9000, 3406 Cat motor, 13 speed transmission, aluminum wheels, $9,500. Call 507-380-0810 1997 Dakota grain trailer in good condition, $11,000 OBO. 605-261-4911 2008 Timpte pup hopper trailer, 96”x60”x24’, tires 80%, brakes 80%, new tarp, $28,500 OBO. Call 605-380-0627 2006 Dakota trailer, 41x96x67, electric tarps and traps, good tarp, asking $24,000. Dolly with 18ft tongue, asking $6000. 2008 Dakota pup trailer, 24x96x67 electric tarps and traps, new tarp, asking $22,000. Call 605-382-7295 1978 Mack R model tri-axle 21ft box, hoist & tarp. 300, 5-spd, nice shape. $17,500. 952-240-2193

FOR SALE: 1986 Wilson grain trailer, 42"x66" sides, white, all aluminum outside rims, 50%+ tires and brakes, 2 rows of lights, nice condition, $7500. Call 605-680-0074 Benson aluminum flatbed trailer 1995 Benson 48' x 96" aluminum flatbed. Spread axle, 8 alum LP 24.5 tires. 2 boxes, axle and suspension dump, load gauge. Tires/brakes 50% or better. Nice all around trailer for age. $10,500.00 OBO call 605-770-8479 for info and pictures No Telemarketers 95 379 Peterbilt extended hood, 425HP, 3406C Model Cat, 15 speed transmission, 120K miles on overhaul. Has pusher axle, american class interior, sharp truck. Call 605-870-2092 FEATHERLITE TRAILERS NEW & USED HORSE TRAILERS: ★07 Sundowner w/slide, 4H LQ ★03 Sundowner 4H LQ ★04 Exiss 4H WKNDR ★94 Featherlite 3H WKNDR LQ-- SOLD! ★97 Sooner 6H w/Midtack ★00 Featherlite 6x14 2H GN ★04 Featherlite 16' GN Combo STOCK TRAILERS: ★00 Featherlite 7x30', 2 gates, roll up ★08 Featherlite 7x24' 2 gates, ★04 Featherlite 7x24' 2 gates ★03 4-Star 7x24' ★96 Featherlite 7x16' ★97 Featherlite 7x20' 701-663-0634 bob@featherlitend.com www.featherlitend.com

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2001 Dodge 2500 Diesel. Quad cab, short bed. 5 spd manual, 177K, good running pickup, asking $10,000. Call Chris 701-360-1989. 4 x 2006 Mack CXN 613 Sleepers, 460 HP, 630,000 miles, 10 Spd Auto Shifts, Jake Brake, Aluminum rims $30,000/ Each Carson @ 701-899-1439 1992 Volvo tri-axle grain truck with 22 ft Cancade box & electric tarp, Eaton 9 speed, L10 Cummins, 621,000 mi, good tires, box is 6 yrs old, nice condition, $39,900 obo. 701-680-0651 FOR SALE: 2005 Timpte 51' triple ax, 78" sides, commodity hoppers, $24,500. 605-310-5958

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Grain Trailers for Rent:

Wilson & Timpte Ag Hoppers 2007-2011, 40'-43', Spring Ride and Air Ride available. Call for monthly or yearly rates. H&S Ag Rentals LLC Bridgewater, SoDak Doug 605-360-1027 or Phil 605-360-4630 •2003 Columbia Daycab, 12L Detroit, 455HP, 10 spd, good runner, $22,500 •2005 FL Columbia Daycab, 460HP Mercedes, 10 spd, good runner, $22,000 •2000 IHC Eagle w/small sleeper, C12 Cat, 10 spd, runs good $9,5000 •2004 KW T-600 Red Top, N14 Cummins, 460HP, 10 spd, new clutch, recent engine work, $17,000 •1995 Ford Aeromax Daycab, 350 Cummins, 10 spd, new paint, runs good, $10,500 •2004 Sterling w/12L Detroit, 455HP, 10 spd, new paint, rebuilt differentials •1988 Fruehauf, 45x96, spring ride, New Mexico trailer, new paint, new deck boards, $10,500 •Several pintle hitch tiltbed trailers, dual tandems •Several container chassis also Peterson Truck Sales 701-238-5898 68 Chevy single axle truck with steel box and roll tarp. 605-216-1315

2 Matching 2004 Volvos, 435 hp 10 spd...................................................................... $24,900 New 2013 PLG Ag Hopper, 40’.............................................................$29,500 F.E.T. Included

$38,500 - $39,500

1989 Kenworth T600, 3406 Cat, 9 Spd, Tri-Axle, lift tag 22’ Loadline. $37,500

2008 Volvo VNL64T300 Cummins ISX, Fuller Convertible 9/13 speed, 400 HP, DAY CAB, CALL!

07 9400 ISX 450, 464 HP, 522,200 miles, 12325 hrs, 10 speed, 355, WB 232, air ride, air 5th wheel, air dump, jake brake, Thermal King APU, low hours, new tires, very nice and well maintained, $38,000 OBO. 605-366-4062

Grafton, ND

701-331-1695 701-352-4929 Evenings

2005 Kenworth T800 Daycab,

C13 430 hp, 10 spd, jake, cruise, tilt/tel, AG 400 susp, 176 in wheelbase, 3.90 ratio, 22.5 tires 85%, 639,933 miles, www.northbranchtruck.com Clean Southern Truck! $34,000 jfricke@cleaninter.net JUST IN: 2007 Kenworth T-800 Daycab, ISM 425 hp, 10 spd, jake, cruise, tilt/tel, VIT, 190" wb, 3.90 ratio, AG 400 susp, airslider 5th wheel, alum wheels, History since truck was new, 22.5 virgin rubber, 675,000 miles. $36,000

2006 Peterbilt 385, C-13 Cat, 10 spd, 580k miles, Texas truck. $39,500

1989 Kenworth T600, 3406 Cat, 9 Spd, Tri-Axle, lift tag 22’ Loadline. ....................$37,500 2002 Chevy 4 door, 2 wheel drive, automatic...................................................................$5,750 2008 Smithco Side Dump, Tri-Axle, air ride, rear lift......................................................$37,750 2000 Circle R Side Dump, Tri-Axle, new paint .......................................................$27,900 1998 Red River LB237 Live Bottom, gravel service belt, tarp .......................................$16,500 1993 R Way 42’ Belly Dump, Super Singles ..................................................................$22,000 2 - Van Trailers w/potato conveyors......................................................................$6,200 choice 2-48’ Container Chassis ...............................................................................................$4,200 ea 13x36 Westgo Auger, 15 HP, 3 phase, 1 harvest, low bushels........................................$6,800 Toro Workman w/Hyd. Dump Box, 23 HP Kohler, 3 spd. w/Hi/Lo, hitch, ultra useful ....$5,750 1991 Rogers 50 Ton Lowboy, Tri-axle, detach ...............................................................$28,500

GATEWAY TRUCK SALES

Just 2 miles South of Minto, ND Phil 1-218-779-4735 • Paul 1-218-779-9750


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Holland Enterprises Has The Following Equipment For Sale. 5-2007 Freightliner Columbia Series 60 Detroit 1-2010 Freightliner Cascadia Day Cab 8-2010 Freightliner Cascadia 72” Raised Roof, Sleeper cab, Detroit DD15, 455/505 HP, A/R FA240000 Susp., 22.5 Tires, 10 Speed, All aluminum Wheels, Engine Brake, Tandem Axle, 2008 Carb Emission Certification – Clean Idle, Mileage average 450,000. 35 – 2012 Great Dane Reefers Super Seal with Carrier X2500A Contact brad@hollandent.com or 701-238-1007

Wanted to buy: Wilson/Timpte tri-axle hopper bottom equipped with 90" sides, 3rd tub, air-ride in clean condition. Also wanted JD 5010/6030. 701-897-0099

2006 Volvo Day Cab 400, 13 spd with 2003 Timpte, 40ft x 72in hopper trailer with airride. $45,000. 701-238-7826

2002 Ravens Flatbed •48x96 •All Aluminum •10-2 Spread •8-Alum. 24.5 •1-Box •13 Winches $16,500

All State Trailer Sales Morris, MN 320-287-0179

New and Used Fuel Trailers

Thunder Creek Equipment fuel trailers. 40 gpm gas pump with electric start, hose reel, alum wheels. Used 2011 750 $9800, 2013 750 $11,800, 2013 990 $12,945, 2013 990 w/DEF $17,624. Call Brian @ Seifert Sales 701-212-9713 FOR SALE: 2007 Wilson Pacesetter, aluminum hopper bottom, 43x78, roll top, 2 speed hopper, air ride, low mileage, shedded, asking $28,000. Also, Tandem axle pup trailer with Scot box & hoist, 18ft long x 62in sides, pintel hitch on front & back. Call 605-216-0270 or 605-225-5427

Semi Van Trailers 28'-53'Some good for storage other make nice water trailers. 20' and 40' storage containers. Small Job site containers. Smithco side dump pup trailer. 36' Manac hopper bottom trailer. w w w. r y d e l l t r a i l e r s . c o m (701) 474-5780

Selling: 2000 IHC 9400-I Day Cab N-14 Cummins 370-435hp 10spd., 4:10 ratio plus full locking rears, 160" WB, 330,000 miles, low mileage; $16,750. Call: 218-784-2961 or 701-430-0067

1976 East End Dump Trailer, 25ft, tandem with pusher. Call 218-790-0535.

21 Ft White enclosed trailer, new tires, great shape, $4,500 OBO. 605-216-4052

(2) 2006 FREIGHTLINER COLUMBIA CL-120 14.7L Detroit, 10 Spd, 515 HP. $30,000

ULTRASHIFT

2006 International 8600, ISM Cummins, 410 HP, Alum Wheels, New 21' Box & Hoist, Rear Controls, Double Framed, New PTO, Steerable Pusher. This Truck is Nice, Nice, Nice! $62,900

2007 VOLVO ISX Cummins, 10 speed, 600,000 miles, New 22’ Cancade Aluminum Farm body, electric roll tarp, beet grain combo, good rubber, rear tag axle, rear controls, just about ready. $73,500

2004 MACK VISION, 380 horse, 10 speed, 340,000 miles, aluminum rims, $ 30,000.00 fresh paint

2004 VOLVO ISX Cummins, 450 hp, 10 spd, 356,000 miles, New 22’ farm body, good rubber, electric tarp, SHARP!!! With F.E.T. $63,000

(3) 1998-2000 MACKS 388 HP, Mack engine, 10 spd, 700-800K, wet kits, CALL

2007 Freightliner Columbia 120, Cat C-15,475 HP, 10 Spd, Jake, New 22' Loadline Box & Hoist w/Combo Gate & Rear Controls, Ultrashift, Rear Dual Pusher, Alum. Whls, New Tarp & Cruise. Sharp Truck! $68,900

2007 Peterbilt, Cat Engine, 300 HP, 10 Spd, New 20’ Frontier Box & Hoist w/Combo Gate & Rear Control, New Tarp. Alum. Whls, Factory Dbl Framed, California Rust Free Truck. $58,900

2005 International 8600, Cummins ISM, 410 HP, 10 spd, 402,000 Miles, Jake, Out of the Penske Fleet! $26,000

2006 Freightliner Columbia 120, Detroit Engine, 515 HP, 10 Spd, Jake, A/R Susp, 172” WB, 467,000 Miles, Out of the Penske Fleet! $33,000

GMC/WHITE VOLVO M-11, Cummins, 10 spd., 21’ Cancade farm body pkg, spring ride, good tarp, good rubber LOW MILES

2004 Freightliner Columbia 120, Detroit, 470 HP, 10 Spd, Jake, A/R Susp, 171” WB, 10 Alum Wheels, Direct Out of the Walmart Fleet! Nice Truck! $25,000

3 PEDAL AUTOSHIFT

2006 CL-120 FREIGHTLINER COLUMBIA 14 liter Detroit, AUTO SHIFT

Ford F150 XLT, 1994, extended cab with matching topper, 5.0 engine, $2,500. 605-448-2756

JUST ARRIVED 35 RUST FREE FLEET-MAINTAINED CALIFORNIA TRUCKS!

CHECK THESE OUT 2007 MACK VISION, ultra shift, 388 Mack engine, 500K, 24’ Cancade alum. farm body pkg, new tires, alum. rims, electric tarp $77,500

Selling: (2) 2005 Sterling Day Cabs 370-400hp MBE engines, low mileage, only 360,000 miles, 10spd, air ride cab & suspension; $39,000 for the pair. Call: 218-784-2961 or 701-430-0067

1974 L9000 FORD ready for 20' box and hoist, very clean truck $ 5,500.00

2005 MACK 320 K, 380 HP Mack engine, good rubber. $34,500

2007 Kenworth T800, Cummins ISM, 3 Pedal Autoshift, Flex Air Susp, A/R Cab, New Style Dash, Daylight Doors, 10 Alum Wheels, Rust Free California Truck! $42,900

2006 Volvo VNL 630, Cummins ISX, 400-500HP, 10 Spd, Jake, 3.55 Ratio, Alum Wheels, AC, Cruise, 58” Mid Roof Sleeper. $32,900

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2007 Freightliner Columbia 120, Detroit 14L, 470 HP, 10 Spd, Jake, A/R Susp, Cruise, A/C. $26,000

888-395-6737

East Grand Forks, MN

(701)741-0143

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Office: 701-282-2260 3004 Thunder Road South, Fargo, ND

3 MATCHED

2007 International 9400i, Cat C-13, 430 HP, 9 Spd/13 Spd, Jake, A/R susp, 187” WB, AC, Tilt, Cruise. $22,900 to $24,900

2001 Freightliner Classic XL, Cummins ISX, 475 HP, 10 Spd, Jake, A/R Susp, Full Screw, Hyd Pwr Strg, A/C, A/R Cab, Tilt & Telescoping Steering Wheel, Cruise, Air Slide 5th. $27,900


A6 AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013

FOR SALE: •1997 Wilson Hopper Bottom Grain Trailer with 2' sunflower extensions, low miles, farmer owned. •1987 L.T.L. Daycab Ford Tractor, equipped, used on farm. •(G) JD Unstyled 1941 •8x22 Tilt Bed Tandem Trailer, extra heavy duty frame, new tires, set up for winch, has lights. •2 JD R Diesels, real good tires. 218-425-7621

1996 Traileze Trailer

1996 Traileze GW 36,500 Tandem Axle. Tires are 70% and trailer is in good condition. Asking $7500. Please call 701-242-7252.

ARNE'S SIDEDUMP TRAILER 2006 triple axle - $34,000 FORD 1997 day cab Cat 400 13 speed 3axle rear wet kit $16,500 LOADKING 39ft LOWBOY 3axle hydraulic folding neck Kohler power unit - $26,000 KING TRAILER 20ton pintol hitch all new air brakes $12,000 701-741-2869 FOR SALE: 1995 Timpte 42ft96x78 good rubber and brakes, clean, set up for pup, like new tarp, not rust, nice. Please call Joel 605-412-6292

FOR SALE New 2014

TIMPTE TRAILERS ★★★★★★★★ USED TRAILERS 2013 TIMPTE 40'x66", AG 2013 TIMPTE 40'x72", AG 2012 TIMPTE 40'x66", AG 2011 TIMPTE 42'x66" 2010 TIMPTE 42'x78" 2004 WILSON 43'x66" 2005 MERRITT 42'x66", AG 2004 TIMPTE 40'x66", AG 2000 WILSON 41'x66", AG 2008 TIMPTE 33'6"x66", AG 2007 TIMPTE 42'x66", AG 2006 JET 34'x66" '95 TIMPTE & '91 WILSON '05 INT 9200 SEMI Day cab, 500K miles VERY NICE AUTHORIZED SHUR-CO DEALER

1992 Jet pup trailer 22'Lx9'H,8'W. Tires & brakes 80%. Trailer & tarp in good shape, asking $9000. 701-710-0862 1999 Freightliner Classic XL. Daycab, 12.7 Detroit, 13 spd, aluminum, 295-75-22.5 tires, 70%. Runs great. Dual stacks & air cleaners. Very sharp truck, $14,500. 701-710-0862

'01 PJ Gooseneck, 26', 3-8k axles, Ramps, No Dovetail, New Brakes and Tires, Always Shedded, $5000. 701-361-4790

FINANCING AVAILABLE ★Trailer Rental ★Trailer Delivery

2-2007 PETERBILT 357, Cummins ISM@400hp, 4.11 ratio, 10 speed, wet kit, all alum. wheels, 640,000 miles, Very solid & clean southern truck. $39,900

2004 FRT’L COLUMBIA, Cat C12@400hp, 10 spd, 170”wb, 480,000 mi, Ryder maintained, New $3000 brake job. CALL FOR REDUCED PRICE.

2009 DAKOTA ALUM. HOPPER, 41’x72” sides, $25,900

2006 Sterling AT9500, MBE@ 450hp, AUTOSHIFT, 3.73, 185" air ride, NICEST TRUCK YOU WILL FIND FOR THE MONEY! $25,900

FARM COUNTRY TRUCK & TRAILER SALES CRESCO, IOWA 563-883-8830 1996 Timpte hopper, 42x72, air ride, electric tarp & traps, new air bags, new recaps, $17,000 OBO. 1995 Timpte hopper, 40x78, spring ride, electric traps, $17,000 OBO. Milnor, ND 701-427-5892 or 701-680-1744

New Meridian Fuel Trailers, 990 Gal. 110 Def, Hose Reel, Pump, Nice Unit, $16,500. 701-361-4790 1994 FREIGHTLINER, day cab & 1986 Midland tri-axle belly dump. Good condition, running every day. $28,000 for pair. Will consider selling separately. 218-766-7928 or evenings 218-935-5734.

2-2003 INT’L 9400, Cummins ISM@400hp, 10 spd, 188”wb, 630,000 mi, recent work done, VERY NICE TEXAS TRUCKS! Call!

FOR SALE: 1993 Freightliner FLD120 Daycab, Cat 3406, 13 speed, 775,000 mi, all aluminum wheels, new tires all around, new exhaust, ujoints. Truck has character needs a confident, $12,500 owner. Call 507-920-8628 ✦2003 Columbia Daycab, 12L Detroit, 455 HP, 10 speed, good runner, $22,500. ✦2005 FL Columbia Daycab, 460 HP Mercedes, 10 speed, good runner, $22,000. ✦2000 IHC Eagle w/small sleeper, C12 Cat, 10 speed, runs good, $9,500. ✦2004 KW T-600 Red Top, N14 Cummins, 460 HP, 10 speed, new clutch, recent engine work, $17,000. ✦1995 Ford Aeromax Daycab, 350 Cummins, 10 speed, new paint, runs good, $10,500. ✦2004 Sterling w/12L Detroit, 455 HP, 10 speed, new paint, rebuilt differentials. ✦1995 FL V120, 3604 VCat engine, 90,000 miles, sleeves & pistons, $9000. ✦1988 Fruehauf, 45x96, spring ride, New Mexico trailer, new paint, new deck boards, $10,500. ✦Several pintle hitch tilt bed trailers, dual tandems. ✦Several container chassis also.

Peterson Truck Sales 701-238-5898

(6) 2005-2008 Wilson hopper bottom trailers, 43'x102"x78", for sale or harvest lease, 3 month lease minimum, $1000 a month, trailers are all in great condition and ready to work. Call 605-881-7084 1970 Hyster 50 ton, tri-ax Low-Boy trailer, front folding neck. 701-709-0474

1997 TRAILSTAR 34’ alum. end dump, triple axle air ride on duals, new brakes, air lift 3rd axle, equipped for beets, very good condition, CALL!

2008 Kenworth T800, ISX Cummins, 485 HP, 18 Spd, Jake, Cruise AG 460 Susp, 3.70 Ratio, 256" WB, Full Locking Rears 14,600 FA, 40,000 RA, 11R24.5, All Alum, 60” Flat Top, VIT Interior, Dual 120 Gal. Tanks, 573,038 Miles. $67,500

IN STOCK-NEW PRECISION UNIBODY END DUMPS, 34’ triple axle w/ new super singles, equipped for beets, urethane primer, paint & quality endgate, CALL FOR MORE INFO.

We are a Dakota, Loadline & Precision Trailer Dealer! See more units at www.titanmachinery.com

500 Ingersol Ave. • Crookston, MN 800-552-4668 • 218-281-4668

2007 Kenworth T800, ISX Cummins, 450 HP, 3-Pedal Autoshift, 10 Spd, 3:70 Ratio, 188" WB, AG 400, All Alum, Splendor Int, 691,054 Miles. $42,500

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701-360-2229 or 701-352-0622

1997 International 4900, heavy GVW, 466 engine, has A/C, 7 spd, long double frame with mounted pump and hydraulic tank, good rubber, good condition. $8500. 605-269-2204 or 605-645-2269.

BELT TRAILERS & PARTS

Wide Belt Forage Trls '11 TK 4278-64 E/H $69,500 '03 RR 52' 48" Blt Tri $29k '09 Aulick 4670-54 16" Ext '09 Aluminator 42' E/H Hopper Openers $1,200/Set

Big River Sales 701-356-4198

13 Spd 2006 Volvo, 630 midroof, Volvo 465 hp, 598,000 mi, 13 spd, full air ride including steer axle, 220" WB, 90% rubber, 22.5 aluminums, very clean. $29,900. Knight Truck Sales 605-225-1196 13 Spd Selling 2007 Sterling Semi with 2008 8x40 grain trailer with automatic roll tarp. 605-886-8232 or 605-520-4972 55 Ton 2006 Lindell 55 ton tri axle 53ft with 27ft well w/4th axle option, self contained, air ride lift axle, Heavy Specs, Rust Free! $47,900. Knight Truck & Trailer Sales Call 605-225-1196

(2) 2005 Kenworth T800 Grain/Beet Trucks, ISM Recon Cummins Engine, 3-Pedal Autoshift, Jake, AG 400, 3.90 Ratio, 11R22.5, All Alum, 12,000 lb. Fronts, 40,000 lb. Rears, Roll Tarp, Tip Top, 706,373 - 722,726 Miles $68,500

We Specialize In Truck Stretching

$2,000 FFACTORY ACTORY $2,000 EBATE ON AIR RIDES! RREBATE ON AIR RIDES!

IN STOCK-NEW 2013 DAKOTA ALUM. HOPPERS, 38 ½’ & 41’, spring or air ride, in stock units have 2012 pricing, CALL FOR MORE INFO!

2006 Timpte grain trailers, Ag hoppers, 42ft, 66" sides, electric tarp openers & trap openers, air ride & scale, stainless steel corners & back, minimizer fenders, LP 24.5 tires with aluminum wheels, low miles, farmer owned, DOT’d. Call 605-770-8192

2003 Kenworth T800, C-12 Cat, 10 Sp, 395 HP, AG 100, 3:90 Ratio, 212" WB, Cruise, 455,179 Miles. $36,500

VALLEY

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Grafton, ND “Serving the area since 1991”

• Knights Unified Boxes • Reiten Alum Boxes • Gravel Boxes • Nordic Hoists • Scott Hoists & Boxes

• Shurco Tarps • SRT Tarps • Silent Drive Axles • Frame Work

• Wet Kits • Sandblasting • Painting • Fabrication

1327 Dakota Ave. Hwy. 18 • Hatton, ND 58240

701-543-4040 Fax 701-543-4044

New and Used Boxes On Hand!


AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013 A7

2011 Side Dump Industries 9 axle train. 35' trailers with 30' tubs. Factory converter dolly. 11R22.5 rubber on steel wheels. Black trailers. Very nice shape. $90,000/OBO. Call Austin at 605-770-5600. Mitchell, SD 2006 Maurer Steel Grain trailer. 40 ft long, good condition. Good rubber, 24.5 low profile. Tarp recently replaced. Ag hoppers. 605-530-3820 Available now, 2014 Timpte hopper bottom trailers. 50x102x72, 50x96x78, ag hoppers, tri-axle, please call 605-261-1587 1997 Freightliner FLD 120 Stackmover Stackmover truck with 1995 Millbrant 15x45 bed 11.1 Detroit 360hp 10 spd with 10 spd aux trans Jake Brake, air ride suspension, A/C, cameras, scale rebuilt motor and both transmissions. New tires and brakes, fresh service. Completely Field Ready Questions Contact: Ben (701)226-0583 Beau(701)226-6143 1993 IH 9200 cab & chassis, triple axle with air up and air down tag, 20' of factory double frame behind cab, L10 Cummins with Jake brake, 9 speed, aluminum 315 front tires. Also 22' Omaha standard grain box and hoist complete with 3 factory tip tops, box is currently mounted on an old gas tandem truck. Asking $15,000 for everything. 218-770-4192 91 International 4900 DT466 Alison automatic twinscrew, Hendrickson suspension, 18ft box with hydraulic end gate for silage, $20,000. 88 International 1900 DT 466 Allison automatic, twinscrew, Hendrickson suspension, 18 1/2 ft box with hydraulic end gate for silage, $18,000. 605-758-2372 or 605-881-7038

2002 Ford F-350 Cab-Chassis – 4X4

5.4 litre Gas Engine – 212,809 miles, Auto Trans – AC – SRW Manual Lockout Hubs – 60” Cab to Axle. Sold As-is. Written bids accepted until 4:00 pm Wednesday, September 25, 2013. Dakota Valley Electric Co-op 14051 Hwy 13, Milnor, ND 58060 800-342-4671 or dvec@dakotavalley.com

Potato Trucks Live Bottoms

(2) 84 Ford Tri-axles 671 Detroit 9 speeds 24 foot Logan boxes $24,000 obo. 76 and 78 Ford Tandem axle 375 gas Auto Trans 20 foot Lode Master boxes $17,000 obo. All boxes have PTO and electric drives. 701-265-2125

Aulick Belt Trailers for Rent/Sale

2008-2014 Tandems & Triples 42'-51' Air Ride Act Now for your 2013 Harvest Rental! Call for Month or Yearly Rates. A & T Sales, LLC Breckenridge, MN. Chris, 701-640-4933

Your Authorized Aulick Dealer

For Sale: •1995 Volvo WG64T, 11.1 Detroit, runs good, 10 speed, good rubber, asking $7500/obo. •IH 24' 490 disc, good cond., $2200/obo. •Home built front weight for 9270 CIH 4-wheel drive, 940 lbs., JD 212 pickup head, 6 belt. 701-361-5159, ask for Wayne.

Beet/Grain Tandem Trucks

1992 White Volvo $30K; 2-1986 Freightliners $25K each; 1990 Ford Aeromax $20K. All have 20' box, Head Lift Hoist, Roll Tarp, and Good Tires. OBO 218-790-4904 218-790-7525

1998 Merrit Cattle Pot, 53 ft triple axle, 13 ft nose with crank up nose decking, 1/2 doghouse. New brakes and rear floor $26,500. 2000 Midland belly dump, 43 ft, super singles, side boards, roll trap, new brakes, $25,500. For more information contact Ben 701-226-0583

2005 Kenworth T800B, Factory day-cab, CAT C-15, Jake-brake, 12spd, Ultrashift, Twin-screw, power-divider, Air ride, A/S 5th, A/C, pwr RH window, tilt-tel, Clean. $38,500. Andover, SD. Call Erik @855-873-8252

'99 Peterbilt 379, 500HP Detroit, 200,000 on overhaul, 10 speed $30,000 OBO. 2000 Western Star 500HP Detroit, 13 speed, $24,000 OBO. 2001 International 9400i Daycab, 500 HP Detroit, 13 speed, $24,000 OBO. Justin Perkins 605-216-3217

09 Dodge 2500 HD Diesel, excellent shape, crew cab, long box, Cummins turbo diesel, extra clean inside and out, loaded. New Bridgestone 10 ply tires. 170K miles, clear title, very sharp. $23, 500 offer. 701-318-2086

2008 Mack Daycab Twinscrew, lots of chrome, excellent truck, aluminnum wheels; $26,900. 2007 Mack Daycab; choice of 3, $23,000. 701-238-7826

FOR SALE: 2013 Merritt Grain trailer. 42'x96"x68", air ride, black, ag hoppers, 11R22.5 tires, aluminum/steel wheels, tires and brakes like new. Trailer has only 5000 miles on it and not many gravel. 605-850-3898

1986 Ford 9000 tri-ax, 855 Cummins, 22 ft beet box, rear tires 11R22.5, front tire 315/80R22.5. $30,000 or best offer. 218-849-8909.

Summit end dump trailer, 36ft with 34ft tub. LED lights, new tarp, beet equipped, grain door & 24.5 tires; 89 Freightliner FLD120, 855 Cummins with 9 speed, wet kit, 295-11R25 tires, 750K mi. Call 701-261-4425.

Chevy 2001 S-10 extended cab LS 4WD, 62,000 miles, Autostart, $6995. 605-228-9079

Ford Lariat, F350, 2005, Super Duty 4x4, dually, crew cab, excellent condition, mileage 35,900. 605-432-4140

2007 International 9400I. Day-cab, ISX, Jake-brake, 10spd, Twin-screw, powerdivider, Air ride, A/S 5th, Low rear-end ratio, Premium interior, A/C. Excellent farm truck. $28,500 Andover, SD. Call Erik @ 855-873-8252 91 Timpte Super Hopper, aluminum wheels, roll tarp. 78 Timpte, air ride, roll tarp. Both 42 ft. 605-880-9022

2006 9200 IHC, ISM Cummins, 10 Spd, New 22' Box & Hoist, Full 3rd Axle

1981 Chevy C70, Fuel Pincher Diesel, 5+2 Trans, 20' Hart Combo Box w/Hoist

1981 Chevy C70 Fuel Pincher Diesel, 5+2 Trans, 21' Hart Combo Box w/Hoist, Pusher Axle

1975 Chevy C65, Auto Trans, 20' Hart Box

2005 9200 IHC, C-13 Cat, 10 Speed, Air Ride

2003 9200 IHC, ISM Cummins, 10 Speed, Autoshift

2004 Freightliner Columbia, C-12 Cat, 10 Speed, Air Ride

1987 Freightliner FLC120, 855 Cummins, 9 Speed

2013 34' Loadline End Dump Trailer, Tri-Axle

Grasshopper 729, 61" Deck, Water Cooled Gas Engine

Carryover Cub Cadet Special SAVE HUNDREDS!!

NEW 14’ Box Scraper w/Hyd Tilt

NEW 14’ Angle Blade w/Hyd Tilt

2008 7600 IHC, ISM Cummins, 10 Speed, Long Frame, Spring Susp

Call Ron Corrick 701-454-6174 Cell 701-520-0187 I-29 Exit 187, Drayton, ND TM


A8 AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013

1975 GMC 6500 tandem grain truck, 366 engine, 5 & 2 speed transmission, 19ft grain box with hydraulic drill fill, new Minnesota DOT sticker, 1 owner and bought new. Call 320-760-1088

4 - 2006 International 9400i, ISX 500 hp, Jake, 10 spd, 3:90’s, a/r cab & susp., 211 wb, aluminum front rims, all new virgin 11R24.5’s, 90% brakes & drums, 14,000 lb front, new Head Gasket, Radiator & Tank, Fan Clutch, Turbo, front cover gaskets, Cummins Tune-UP, only 379,000 miles. Good Condition!

FOR SALE: 2002 GMC 1500HD Sierra SLE, 4dr, pewter, 6.0L, 185,000 miles. One owner. Turn over ball. $7,500. Call for pictures 605-690-0671

2006 Kenworth W900L, ISX Cummins 475 hp, Jake, 13 spd, 3:70 ratio, 250 wb, 13,200lb front, 40,000lb rears, air ride cab, air ride suspension, VIT Interior, dual cleaners & exhaust, new 11R22.5 Virgins, polished aluminum’s, room for 3rd axle, only 402,000 miles. Clean well maintained truck!

FOR SALE: 1999 9400 Intl truck with wetkit and extra axle. 2001 9400 Intl truck with wetkit, good shape. 2013 Super-Tri side dump industries side-dump trailer used very little - 2 months light use. Call 507-879-3373

Hopper Trailer Rentals New & Used Timpte Ag Hoppers for rent, sale or lease to own. Harvest Rentals are going fast, call now!!! Anderson Bros/Leasing (701)493-2241 days (701)709-0112 eves.

2005 Freightliner Columbia conventional C15 CAT autoshift transmission, air ride, aluminum wheels, virgin 22.5 low profile tires, flattop roof sleeper, red in color, $16,500. 605-228-1302 or 605-226-0381

Extendable 1997 Trail King step deck 53 ft extendable (extends to 80ft) air ride tri axle with flip up 3rd axle, $39,000. Knight Truck & Trailer Sales 605-225-1196

Ford F150, 2000, ext cab, 4x4, 216,000 hwy mile, am/fm/cd, AC, tilt, pwr windows & mirrors, Rhino liner, tow pkg, gd tires, synthetic oil used, $6,000 OBO. 1319 8th Ave NE Aberdeen 605-225-1364

International IHC 2004, 9400 Series. 500 HP Cummings, 10 spd, 833K miles, rust-free southern truck. Very clean, $29,000 Knight Truck Sales 605-225-1196

1987 Ford F700 grain truck. Ford Diesel engine, 18' steel box, roll tarp. Very good tires, tandem axle, air tag rear axle. Five speed with 2 speed axle. 108,920 miles. DOT inspected. 605-491-0355 Delmont, SD 1997 Wilson flatbed 51' spread axle, excellent shape. 712-635-7719

2000 Freightliner FL112, C12 Cat 410 hp, Jake, 10 spd, a/r cab & suspension, all polished aluminum’s, excellent 11R22.5’s, New 22' Reiten Aluminum Box, dual rear controls, full double frame, only 358,000 miles. Very clean truck!

2007 Kenworth W900L Extended Cab, C15 Cat 475 hp, Jake, 18 spd, full lockers, a/r cab & susp, VIT Interior, 236 wb, 46 rears, wet kit, new 11R24.5’s, ½ fenders, loaded, only 345,000 miles. Clean Heavy Duty Truck!

2008 W900 KW, 611,000 miles, 5.25 Cummins Engine, tandem axle, 355 ratio rear end, 18 speed, 270" wheel base. Pusher and/or wet kit available. $65,000 OBO. 605-352-5647 605-350-7076 STEP DECKS 2003 Trail King 53x102 Spread Axle trailers for rent, sale or lease to own. Anderson Bros/Leasing (701)493-2241 days (701)709-0112 eves. FOR SALE: 1990 & 1992 Wilson Cattle pots, 53x102 triple axle, nose deck & dog house, spring ride, good condition $22,000. 605-690-2671 2008 F350 4 door 4x4 crew cab. Short box, grill guard, running boards. BMW flipover ball, diesel, automatic. New tires, 58K miles, asking $27,500. 605-354-7070 Eaton 10 speed automatic transmission with bell housing, tower and ECM, 2005 year, 500,000 miles. Came off C-15 engine. 605-765-2863

★ ★ ★ NICE

Excellent group of Sterling day cabs, 14 L, Jakes, Air ride, 10C trans, A/C, Ready to work.

2004 MACK GRANITE $79,500

2005 FREIGHTLINER M2112MD $56,750

2000 Freightliner FLD112, ISM Cummins, 10 Spd OD, 4:11 Ratio, Cruise, Tilt/Wheel, Excellent rubber, 170'' WB, Air Ride, Nice condition, checked over and DOT inspected. Ready to work! Looks Good, Runs Good

2014 40' Merritt Aluminum AgHopper, LED Lights, Spring Susp, 11R24.5 Virgins, Roll Tarp. 2014 38 ½' Merritt Aluminum Ag-Hopper, LED Lights, Spring Susp, 11R24.5 Virgins, Roll Tarp. 2013 40' PLG Steel Ag-Hopper, LED Lights, Spring Susp, 22.5 Tires, Steel Wheels, Roll Tarp.

KLEIN ’S TRUCK SALES Dennis Klein • Rugby, N.D. 701-776-5922 www.kleinstrucksales.com

2005 KENWORTH T800 $73,750

218-281-6300 635 Marin Avenue Crookston, MN 56716 Fax 218-281-6301

2009 KENWORTH T660 $74,750

of Minnesota

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1988 International Tiax Truck, 22' loadline box, combination end gate & tarp, good condition. 218-849-5289 FOR SALE: 1977 42ft corn husker aluminum grain trailer, good condition, roll tarp, $7,500. Call 605-448-2217 7am-7pm. FOR SALE: 2004 GMC Duramax Diesel, 4 door, 96,000 miles, one owner. Excellent condition, $24,000 OBO. 507-995-3081 FOR SALE 2006 Kenworth W-900. 470 Cat, 13 speed, new tires, one year engine warranty remaining. Excellent condition. Call 701-741-8939 FOR SALE: 1988 Fontaine 48 foot flatbed trailer with hay sides and spread axle. Call 701-754-2729 1992 Freightliner FDL truck, 4 1/4 Cat Motor, 9 speed, AC work well, clean truck, 712-635-7719 1984 Chevy 3500 rollback tilt bed tow truck, 454 motor, 4 speed, excellent condition. 712-635-7719 2006 Ford F350, standard cab, 59,000 miles, great shape; $13,500. Call: 218-498-2800

GROUP COMING IN!

2005 VOLVO VNL $43,500

2002 International 9100i, 12.7L 430 hp, Jake, 10 spd, air cab & suspension, 3:70’s, 171 wb, excellent 11R22.5 Virgins, Headache Rack, dual 100 gal tanks, wet kit, only 225,000 miles. Nice low mileage truck!

COMING IN! 2001 Freightliner FLD112, ISM Cummins 370 hp, Jake, 10 spd, 3:90’s, a/r cab & suspension, polished alum’s, only 109,000 miles. 2003 Freightliner FL112, C12 Cat 430 hp, Jake, 10 spd Automatic, 3:73’s, a/r cab & suspension, all aluminum’s, only 331,000 miles. Many Other Clean Day Cabs Coming In!

Timpte Hopper Bottom Trains for Sale. 42' x 78" x 102". Air ride leads with 21' x 78" x 102" pups. 2005-2007. Call 605-849-3460

130 USED TRUCKS ON HAND!

2000 FREIGHTLINER FLD112 $38,950

2006 Freightliner Classic, C15 Cat 435 hp, Jake, 10 spd, 4:33’s, all polished aluminum’s, 200 wb, new 11R22.5’s, dual 70g tanks, only 428,000 miles. Clean low mileage truck!

96 Volvo Semi, CAT 3406E, 355HP, Fuller 13 speed, $5,500. Call 605-994-2382 or cells 605-994-7001 or 605-994-7002

2005 GMC Sierra 2500HD Duramax, 5th wheel, leather. Perfect windows and lights. Really good shape, Z71pkg. Bedliner, new front end. MUCH more 605-870-0588

2005 Volvo VNL w/ wet kit Cummins ISX 450 HP, Jake Eaton 16210C trans, Air ride, Air conditioning. Clean tractor SUGARBEET EQUIPPED

★★★

Sales Lot: 1265 E. Main Ave. West Fargo, ND Cell: 701-306-8398 Office: 701-281-1850 (2) - 2004 Freightliner 120 Columbia Daycab, Cat C-12, 10 spd, 3:73 ratio, Jake, cruise, tilt/tel wheel, air ride cab & susp, new cap tires, excellent steer rubber, new brakes, 170 WB 2005 Freightliner Columbia, Daycab, 14L Detroit 490 HP, Jake 10 spd, OD 3:70 cruise, 170” WB, 100 gal. alum. tanks, clean southern lease, Truck is Immaculate.

ON THE LOT 2007 Freightliner 120 Columbia Daycab, 12.7 Detroit, 445 HP, 10 spd. Autoshift, Jake, cruise, tilt/tel wheel, air ride cab & susp, new cap tires, excellent steer rubber, new brakes, 22’ Reiten Alum. Box, Tri-axle

Also - 2005 fully beet equipped with new 21’ Reiten alum. box. It has full locking rear drive axles, low miles, mint cond., steerable pusher axle, double frame.


AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013 A9

WANTED TO BUY

WANT HEADER TRAILER

Want 25' to 30' header trailer. Call 701-238-4748.

DAY CABS IN STOCK 2003 Frt'l FLD11264ST CAT C12 410 Single Turbo Jake Brake, 10sp 3.90 Ratio 3-2004 Frt’l Columbia CL120 CAT C12 410 Single Turbo Jake Brake 10sp 3.73 Ratio 3-2005 Frt’l Columbia CL120 Series 60 14L 490/515 HP All have Jakes 10sp 3.73 Ratio 2005 International 9200i Auto 3 Pedal AutoShift 3.90 Ratio ISM 370/410 HP w/Jake Brake 2006 International 9200i ISX 435 HP 10sp 3.58 Ratio 3 - 2006 International 8600 ISM 370/425 HP Jake Brake 10sp 3.73 & 3.90 Rear Ratio 3-2006 Frt'l Columbia CL120 Series 60 490 HP Jake 10sp 3.73 Ratio 176" & 183" WB 2007 Columbia Tri Axle Series 60 515 HP Jake Brake Air Up/Dn Steerable Pusher 10sp 4.11 Ratio 8 Alum Whls 2007 Frt’l Columbia CL120 Series 60 515 HP Jake 10sp 3.73 Ratio Aluminum Whls. FARGO TRUCK SALES

4101 38th ST SW West I-29 Frontage Rd 800-865-4147 701-364-3600

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WANTED TO BUY WANTED: 15.5’ or 16’ silage liner for truck box. FOR SALE: 2 row wide green corn head. 605- 865-3317 WANTED: 2 used 9350 John Deere 10ft press drills in good shape. Call 605-886-6880 leave message. WANTED TO BUY: New Holland 259 side delivery rake in good condition. 701-640-1892 WANTED TO BUY: L3 Gleaner Combine and 6 row cornhead for same. Must be in excellent condition. Contact Bart at 605-222-3930 (cell) or 605-835-8120 (evenings)

WANTED: Mounts for 740 JD loader to fit on a 4450 JD. Mounts for 7000 series JD if wanted to trade. Also would like to buy Chevrolet El Camino. 605-693-3778 or 605-695-5091 WANTED TO BUY: Model 1228 gauge Winchester shot gun and paper shot gun shells & boxes. 605-352-9788 300 John Deere corn picker, must be excellent. 605-352-9788

MISCELLANEOUS Overhead and Hydraulic Doors Sold Factory Cost.

We are the original hydraulic door manufacturer. Our quality or price is never matched. Your new post frame or all steel building can be two feet lower with our zero headroom design. (SAVE THOUSANDS). Replace old sliders or overheads. Professional installs available. 701-282-5129

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MISCELLANEOUS

Got Corn?

American Harvest pellet/corn stove (6039) by U.S. Stove Company. Dimensions 29"x28"x31". Heats 1200 sq. ft. Automatic shut-off. $600. Large supply of wood pellets$100. Ash canister vacume$100. Please leave a message. mikeyst i n e @ g m a i l . c o m 701-280-7006 REBUILT ENGINES Most engines are intake to oil pan 6.6 GM Duramax, $3,800 7.3 power stroke, $3,800 7.3 IDI $3,100 6.5 GM $3,100 366/427/454 GM truck, $1,950 350 FI $1,399 350 Vortec $1,800 LOW MILES USED ENGINES 7.3 Ford Non-Turbo $1,500 6.5 GM $1,000 & up 454 TBI & Vortec $1,000 361 Ford Industrial $850 350 Carb $500 350 TBI $500 5.9 Cummins $1500 Early 6.6 DuraMax $2000 Call weekdays before 6 pm. 605-876-3621

FOR SALE: Troybilt tiller, 5 hp, 22" wide. Browning 308 deer rifle, great rifle for kids or woman. Tikka .223 rifle, like new. 701-640-0998.

AGRICULTURAL DRAIN TILING

Surface and subsurface water problems?

Call Dub Construction for local quality service!

Good drainage can improve field operation and production, reduce risk of crop loss, maximize net returns and much more. Now scheduling.

701-696-2591 or email

Dub.Construction@gmail.com FOR SALE: 6 FT used steel culverts, two 6 ft X 40 ft, used, very good steel culverts. Two 24 ft used steel culverts 6 ft in diameter. With bands. Priced reasonable. 218-280-0446.

MISCELLANEOUS Buy Factory Direct Hunting Blinds/Stands Guns-N-Bow Special 6x6 Octagon w/360 degree view 8 windows, 4 vert, 4 horz. Acculite windows are bronze tint non reflective painted interior rubber membrane roofs stationery or mobile models. 8 new models to choose from starting at $895 Call for Free Brochure with Prices 320-815-9898 Alexandria, MN Shop Furnace from American Standard Furnace. Fuel oil. Presently in use. Pump and all controls at Selby, SD including 560 gallon tank. You remove. $750. 605-721-9954 1998 28x60 Friendship home 3 bedroom 2 bath, family room with fireplace, living room, new furnace, inside recently repainted, excellent condition. Possible acreage to sell with it. Ideal for hunters. Has to be moved and can have web water hooked up to it. 605-769-4259 or 605-948-2213 26 miles from Missouri River

MISCELLANEOUS 21,000 Gallon Fuel Tank For Sale. 11' in diameter, good shape, best offer. Call Mike or Steve: 701-640-2515 or 701-640-1212 17,000 gal horizontal fuel tank, 2 separate compartments; $4,000. 8000 gal vertical fuel tank; $2,500. *Pumps available 701-238-7826

LIKE NEW • VERY SHARP SAVE THOUSANDS!

2013 Glastron GTS

205 Sport Series, Red, Length- 20'6", Beam- 8'0", 260 HP

Call Todd @

218-773-0804 • EGF, MN

320.697.5671 BAYERtRuckAndEquipmEnt.com

JD MX8 8 ft rotary mower, extra blades, 605-233-0888 1000 Gallon Fuel Tank. 20gpm pump, shutoff nozzle, and fresh paint. $700 OBO. Call 605-290-9252 FOR SALE: AG SHIELD anhydrous knives. Used on less than 200 acres. $22.50/each. Call 605-290-9252 Legged elliptical water tanks with hoops. Have a 1350 gallon black and a 2350 gallon white available and also a 500 gallon white. 605-290-9252

✔Custom Manure Spreading

Lots cleaned, piles removed, (3) 650 bushel truck mounted spreaders, 2.5 yard loader, no pits. Carlson Enterprises, 218-686-2574. LIKE-NEW ALUMINUM PLANK 93" Wide x 2" Thick TRIPLE RIB. 12 PCS 21' - 7 PCS 14'6" - 9 PCS 12' 2.95 per FOOT GOOD USED ALUMINUM 7 PCS 2"x9" TUBE 9' 11 PCS I BEAM 3" x 4" 8'2" 2 PCS 3"x3" TUBE 90' 4 PCS 2"x4" TUBE 9' 10 PCS 2"x3" ANGLE 7' ALL at 1.25 per LB. Also Other Misc Aluminum CALL 320-839-2579 AUTO PARTS & MORE ORTONVILLE, MN FOR SALE: 2001 Patriot 16x80 mobile home, 3 brdm, 2 bath. Also 1990 Medallion 16x80. 3 Brdm, 2 bath. Both homes in excellent in condition, located near Wilmot SD 605-949-0129

BUY FACTORY DIRECT Hunting Blinds/Stands Guns-N-Bow Special

6x6 octagon w/360°° View

8 windows, 4 vert, 4 Horz. Acculite windows are Bronze tint. Non-reflective painted interior, rubber membrane roofs, stationary or mobile models. 8 new models to choose from starting at $895.

Call for FREE Brochure 320-815-9898 Alexandria, MN

10,000 gallon fuel tank. Make Offer. 218-557-8534

• HEAVY DuTY • STEEL & ALuminum • SmOOTH SiDEWALL COnSTRuCTiOn • CuSTOm BuiLT TRuCKS TO mEET YOuR nEEDS

2014 Wilson Hopper, 41x72x96, 1995 Fontaine Drop Deck, Spring Suspension, LED Lights, Aluminum Walk Ramps, 48x102, Air Ride, Spread Axle, Steel Wheels, Ag Hopper, 15 ft Long, 2 ft Wide, with $15,500 Roller Gates, $32,600 Grip Tread, $200

1997 Timpte Hopper, 42x78x96, Air Ride, Steel Wheels, 2 Speed Traps and Jacks, $17,250

1998 Great Dane 36 ft Water/Fertilizer Reefer Trailer, Tandem Axle, Side Door, Set Up with NEW 3--1700 gallon Water/Fertilizer Tanks, Honda Pump, 30 gallon Chemical Mix Cone, All Hose and Valves, Field Ready, $12,250

1987 Loadking Belly Dump Trailer, 40 ft, Triple Axle, Spring Suspension, Roll Tarp, Good Tires and Brakes, $19,500

1973 Load King Belly Dump, Triple Axle, Single Wheels, Spring Suspension, 315 80 R 22 5 Tires, $10,500

1999 Wabash Drop Deck Trailer, 53x102, Closed Tandem, Spring Suspension, $18,900

1990 Etnyre Insulated Tanker, 40 ft, Rear Trap, Used for Oil, $15,500

1988 Great Dane 28 ft Step Frame Dry Van, Side Door, Roll Rear Door, Air Ride, $5,500


A10 AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013

MISCELLANEOUS Truck Shop Tools & Equipment Graco air power great dispenser O.T.C. dual wheel dolly jack Snap On 3/4" drive socket set Dayton 5500 lb. pallet jack Shop made heavy duty cherry picker Much more misc. 701-281-0936 TO GIVE AWAY: Car & Truck tires to be used for silage pile tarp covers. Several hundred available. Hitchcock, SD area Call 605-350-3100

DAY CABS

FOR SALE

2006 FREIGHTLUNER CL 120 455 Detroit Fuller, Ultra Shift, Automatic No Clutch, 550k Miles, 22.5 Rubber, All Aluminum $32,000

(2) 2006 FREIGHTLINER CL120'S Detroit 455 HP, 10 Spd, 3.73 rears, Air Ride, Air Slide 5th, Jake, 22.5 Good Rubber, 520k Miles $31,000

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FARM EQUIPMENT

FARM EQUIPMENT

VOLKMANN Spreading Service:

1978 International corn sheller with 50’ drag, very good condition. High capacity corn sheller. $2,000. Call Doug 712-348-0739

Dan 218-639-9317.

John Deere 1600 chisel plow, 41’ with NH3, $2000. Wilrich chisel plow, 40’ with Beline granular applicator, $1500. Grain Master conveyor, 10”x35’, electric drive, $3000. Spray-Air 3600 sprayer, 110’, 1300 gallon tank, 440 Raven monitor, $12,000. 701-435-2969 or 701-320-1783

Spread Beet Lime, Ag Lime, Litter Use floater trucks and G.P.S. Reasonable rates, quality work. $1 Ton Discount on Unworked Ground

(If no answer, please leave msg) WE CLEANED THE SHOP! Yard Sale Antique and Misc. tools. Bolts, wrenches, generator, fence posts and supplies. Old bikes, household items and clothing for baby, children and adults. Craft items and old jars, plumbing and electrical supplies. Sept 21st and Sept. 28th 8:00am to 5:00pm. Wyman and Doris Galbreath, 5445 Hwy 32, Enderlin, ND For Sale: 1988 Ford Bronco, nice shape, 1970 GMC C30W service body, set of 3 small wire concaves for IHC 1480, like new, 7000 JD Planter front fold w/fert tanks and monitor, two 20' IHC beanheads, one 810 sunflower head 20' w/pans; Two Pickup heads 12' one dummy head 20'. Call 218-779-4460

FARM EQUIPMENT Ronk 30 HP, 3 phase converter. 605-203-0524

FOR SALE: Diesel fuel storage tank, 8500 gallon, 8’x21’ horizontal, with pump and meter, $5000. 320-760-1993 or 218-770-0517 1986 JD 690C excavator, $18,500. Komatsu PC120-3 excavator, $16,500. (2) 2007 Ford Sterlings. Day Cab, 460 HP, low miles, clean, each $28,500. 1990 JD 510C 4x4 Extendahoe backhoe, 6600 actual hrs, $21,500. JD 544D payloader, $10,500. 1992 Cat, D5C LGP dozer, 6-way, nice, $25,500. 1984 JD 770A blade w/snow equip, clean, $22,500. 1086 Ag Tractor, clean, good T.A. $10,500. 1998 Chev 3500 4x4, 4-door w/38’ 2005 Felling trailer. V clean. Unit price $15,750. JD 544 payloader, $11,500 W Central MN Call Dave 320-226-1750 www.monteusedequipsales.com

Truckin’in Style (4) 2006 IH 9200i's ISX 425, 10 Spd, Air Ride, Air Slide, Jakes, 3.58 Rears, 160" WB, All Alumn. Fronts $26,000 Each

(2) 2005 VOLVO DAY CAB'S VED, 435 HP, 10 Spd, 600k Miles, 22.5 Rubber, Nice Clean Trucks $24,500

2003 MACK E-7 390 10 Spd, Day Cab...$19,500 2004 FREIGHTLINER CL120 DAY CABS, Detroit 430HP, 10 Spd, Cruise, Jake, Air Ride, Air Slide 5th, 22.5 Tires, Excellent Rubber, 3.55 Rear Ends, 580k Miles... $24,900 2004 FREIGHTLINER CL120 DAY CAB, MB, 450HP, 10 Spd, Jake, Air Ride, Air Slide 5th, 178" WB, 3.73 Rear Ends, 22.5 Tires, Excellent Rubber, 680k Miles... $24,500 2005 PETERBUILT 385, C-13 380HP, 10 Spd, Air Ride, Air Slide 5th, 185 Wheelbase, 24.5 Rubber Aluminum Fronts, 600k Miles...$29,999

MONSON MOTORS CHOKIO, MN - SALES 320-808-3492

2004 Pete 385 C-12, 10 Spd., 3.90 Gears, Jake Brakes

 2009 Freightliner Columbia C-13, 13spd, Sleeper, Low miles  (4) 2009 Prostar Premium/Daycabs, ISX, 10 spd, Autoshift, 187 W.B., low miles  2007 IHC 9400i, 10 spd, autoshift, stretch for 22 ft. box, tridrive  2007 IHC 9400i ISX, 10 spd, autoshift, Tridrive, Quad Axle  2007 IHC 9400i ISX, 10 spd, autoshift, new 22 ft. B/L combo box, tag axle  2007 Mack CXN E7, Ultrashift, 22 ft. combo box, tag axle  2007 Mack CXN Vision, E7 motor 10 spd., ultrashifts, 3.90 gears, new wet kit  2007 IHC 9400i ISX, Autoshift, 22ft knights box, beet equipped  2006 Freightliner M-2 Business Class, C-7 CAT, 9 Spd, Single Axle, 185k Mi, Daycab (Knaphied Serv Body)  2006-2007 9400I ISX, Cat, autoshift, stickshift, ultra shift, sleeper, daycabs, jake brakes. MANY TO CHOOSE FROM.

RETIRED FROM FARMING FOR SALE: 1992 MacDon 3000 21’ pull type swather. Westfield 10”x71’ swing away hopper auger, used very little. 7720 JD combine, excellent cond. J & M 350 bu gravity wagon, nearly new Shurlock roll tarp, 100-20 tires. J Craft grain cart, 650 bu, 28L26 tires, good Shurlock roll tarp. Degelman rock picker, reel type. Morris Magnum II 31’ duckfoot w/nearly new 16” sweeps & harrows. Flexi Coil 50’ heavy harrow. 14’ JD chisel. 16’ JD 1640 plowing disc. 1984 Ford 9000 truck tractor, single axle, Cummins, good 11R 24.5 tires, with or without 750 bushel gravity box. 1993 GMC Topkick single axle truck tractor, Cat 3116, PS, 11R 22.5, 123,715 miles, with or without 550 double hopper box. 605-436-6774

863 Cornhead 6 row narrow, 12 row 800 vertical fold corn planter, 664 NH baler, set of 16.9x38 bias ply tractor tires, 645 IHC 35' vibra-chisel. Call 605-472-3253 or 605-450-0206

FOR SALE: Liebrecht Ditcher Call 701-680-0127

RETIREMENT SALE: ★1998 Case IH 2388 combine, 3,153 separator hours, $46,000 uptime repairs in 2012. Asking $58,000. ★1994 Volvo tri-axle with beet equipment. Asking $43,000. ★SprayAire 90 ft 750 gal tank. Asking $3,900. ★JD 22 ft 3pt anhydrous applicator. Asking $1,300. ★30 ft 7" electric auger grain auger. Asking $300. Call for prices. 218-779-4529 or 701-599-2920.

Allis Chalmers WD 45 wide front, new tires, restored. International MTA wide front, new tires, restored. JD 3020 Diesel, new tires, 3pt, restored. 1956 3/4 Ton Red Ford, new tires, hoist, oak bed, mint condition, must see, collectors. 2 High Wheels farm wagons, antiques, one triple box with new shoveling board, one flare box all new wood, have spring ride seats for both, restored. Collectors. Wagon wheel tables w/ plate glass tops, rod iron bases. One of a Kind! GA400 Gopher poison machine. Call 701-640-2023 or 701-274-8214

2007 IHC 9400i ISX, 10 spd Autoshift, Tridrive 22 ft Box, Beet Equipped

 2005 KW T-800 ISM 370 HP, Day cab, Jake Brakes, Flex Air Susp, Cali Truck  2005 Volvo VNL VED, 10 spd., 3.90 gears, daycab, all alum. wheels, jakes, w/wet kit, daycab  2005 Freightliner M2, C7, 6 spd, 22 ft. curtain side van body/tommy gate  2005 Freightliner Columbia, 14 Liter, Detroit, 10spd, Tandem axle, Daycab  (2) 2004 Freightliner Columbia 60 Series, 10 spd, Day cabs  2002 FLD 112, C-12, 10 spd., 4:11 gears, daycab  (3) 2001 KW T-800 ISM 410 HP, Day cab, Autoshifts, Single axle  1998 Volvo VNM, 10 spd., ISM tandem axle, daycab  1996 WIA Volvo M-11, 10 spd., tandem axle, daycab  (2) Tag axle Trailers, 20,000 lbs, 40,000 lbs, tandem axle, 24 ft. MANY RECENT TRADES/BOX TRUCK SEE OUR INDOOR SHOWROOM FINANCING AND LEASING AVAILABLE!

2007 JD 1910 Commodity Air Cart with hitch. 270 bu. 2 Compartment tow behind with duals, winch on rear for NH3. $55,000 OBO Call 701-388-5354

RICHARDTON DUMP CARTS

2 Richardton model 960 dump carts. Both have plastic liners. 1 has 20.8-38 tires, 1 has 20.8-42 tires. Both in very good condition. Asking $20,000 each. 701-640-0993 or 701-640-0500

Case IH 1015 Header with Pickett pickup head for beans; 1993 6 row Alloway topper; 1994 6 row Artsway lifter. All in excellent condtion. 701-430-1472 Ranco volume metric fertilizer blender; Micro nutrient bin; 68' x 12" stainless Utrough auger; 30 ton overhead hopper & scale. 701-444-3772

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FARM EQUIPMENT

800-325-2412 • 218-773-1194 Business Hwy 2 East Grand Forks, MN

FARM EQUIPMENT (2) 18.4x26 Firestone MFD Super all traction tires on 8 bolt John Deere combine wheels, approx 50 hours on tires. $1,000 each. 605-880-0867 3.4 and 6 Row JD cultivator. Swath lifter. 15-18-21ft MacDon finger real, 22ft JD finger real. Bat real for 721 IHC swather. 8 sq bale Dakon grapple fork and accumulator. 10 sq bale squeeze-o-matic. Potato bag stapler machine with bag conveyor. Long JD snouts for 200 series head. 701-430-3188 FOR SALE: Farmall H, hay inverter, 1250 grinder mixer Int’l, Keifer trailer 8x22, 12’ digger with no-bowl mulcher. 605-881-1578 2 Air floors for 48 diameter or smaller grain bins, also have unloading auger and power sweeps. 800-952-5006 FOR SALE: 6000 Gallon Diesel tank with pump, $2000. 605-999-6935 or 605-770-5393 30’ 7x7 folding bar. 3 pt. with guide wheels. Under-fence 3 pt mower. 2 15/5/38 tires. 1 almost new. Other 75% with tubes. 701-882-3245 FOR SALE: Grain Leg 2500 bushel per hour, has 7 downspouts, with 10 horse power motor, has some damage and has been taken down. Oakes, ND 701-742-2759 or 701-678-4908 JD 8960 4 wheel drive tractor, triples at 95%, new 2 speed, 9300 hours, $50,000 OBO. 1997 9600 Combine, RWD, low hours, nice condition, $42,000 OBO. J&M 750 grain cart, nice shape, $15,000 OBO. Brent 744 grain cart, 17" auger, nice, $16,000 OBO. 701-242-7019 MACK CXN613 E7-427 Mack Engine 430 hp; 685,000 mi; Ultrashift; Engine Brake; Air Ride Suspension; 3.36 Ratio; 44522.5 Tires; All Aluminum Wheels; 182 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Drive Side $32,000 WET KIT

2007 PETERBILT 385 C-13 Caterpillar Engine 430 hp; 655,000 mi; 10 Spd; Engine Brake; Air Ride Suspension; 3.70 Ratio; 22.5 Tires; All Aluminum Wheels; 184 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Drive Side $38,500 QTY 6 2006 INTERNATIONAL 9200I ISX Cummins Engine 400 hp; 795,000 mi; Diesel; 10 Spd OD; Engine Brake; Air Ride Suspension; 3.55 Ratio; 22.5 Tires; Aluminum/Steel Wheels; 160 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Starting @ $23,500 QTY 2 2008 INTERNATIONAL PROSTAR ISX International Engine 435 hp; 668,500 mi; 10 Spd; Engine Brake; Air Ride Suspension; 3.55 Ratio; 22.5 Tires; All Steel Wheels; 172 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Drive Side $34,500 QTY 2 2009 MACK CHU613 MP8-445C Mack Engine 430 hp; 576,000 mi; Autoshift; Engine Brake; Air Ride Suspension; 3.70 Ratio; 22.5 Tires; All Aluminum Wheels; 208 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Drive Side $38,500

QTY 2 2005 PETERIBLT C-13 Caterpillar Engine 430 hp; 430,000 mi; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive; 2005 PETERBILT 387 C13 CAT DIESEL, EF 10SP,T/S, AIR RIDE, 12K FRONT, 36K REARS DAY CAB, FULLY EQUIPPED WITH VACUUM PUMP AND HOSES, ALUMINUM $38,500 2007 STERLING Mercedes Engine 410 hp; 386,108 mi; Diesel; Autoshift OD; Engine Brake; Air Ride Suspension; 4.10 Ratio; 445 Tires; All Aluminum Wheels; 174 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Drive Side $23,000 2007 COLUMBIA CL11264ST TRIAXLE C-13 Caterpillar Engine 430 hp; 386,000 mi; 10 Spd; Engine Brake; Air Ride Suspension; 3.36 Ratio; 22.5 Tires; Aluminum/Steel Wheels; 184 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Drive Side $37,000 1998 PETERBILT 379EXHD 3406E Caterpillar Engine 430 hp; 654,000 mi; 18 Spd; Engine Brake; Air Trac Suspension; 3.55 Ratio; 11R24.5 Tires; Aluminum/Steel Wheels; 260 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Drive Side: $23,000 Qty 18 2009 EAST TRIAXLE Air Ride Suspension; 45 ft Length x 102 in Width; Aluminum Floor; 445-22.5 Tires; All Aluminum Wheels; Fixed Tri Axle; Aluminum Composition; Very Straight Trailers, Air Ride, Rubber 30-90%, NO STAKE Pockets $14,500

320-239-2677 Starbuck, MN

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AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013 A11

FARM EQUIPMENT Wanted to buy: Automatic batch corn dryer. 180-250 bushel; Top roof section for Lowry holding bin 12'x12'; Also 10hp electric motor single phase for auger. Call 218-564-4273 or cell 218-639-0315. •2010 JD 4730 Sprayer w/1650 hrs. •2003 30' Wishek Disc; $33,000. •JD 2400 39' Chisel Plow; $32,000. •2012 DD 44 CCS Planter w/liquid fertilizer. •2011 630 Flex head w/AWS reel; $30,000. Call: 218-779-3073 MERIDIAN 2000 bu grain max hopper bin with skid, aeration, 3HP fan, and a dent, $5,000; Macdon 25ft pull type swather, excellent condition. 701-269-3621, Medina, ND Double 9' Rowse mower NH heads, hydraulic drive. 44 1/2 ft. Summers series 10 Diamond disk. 1253 A JD all crop head. H17 Phoenix harrow. VF 25 Honeybee swather head. 4812 Concord w/3400 tank, anhydrous & liquid fertilizer, Dutch openers, always stored inside. Please Call: Cell 701-537-3150 Shop 701-537-0553 Home 701-537-5240

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701-381-1589 or 218-779-7850 2005 Wilson 50’ Hopper trailer. 78" sides, black. Also, 643 cornhead. 605-880-2913 605-880-2912 FOR SALE: Peterbuilt Model 359 Daycab & 2008 34' End Dump Trailer,\. Truck has almost brand new T831 mud tires & brand new steers, 855 Cummins, runs perfect w/13-speed. Trailer has roll top & plastic & option of duals or super singles. Also, 16 extra tires & wheels, some new that go with the combo. Both truck & trailer are exceptionally nice & ready to work! Too much to list! Will separate the combo but will not sell the tractor before the trailer is sold. If interested call: 218-779-9796

FARM EQUIPMENT

FARM EQUIPMENT

1987 Loral Easy Rider 2000-C Liquid floater, 5254 hours, Allison automatic, Dickey John 1000, 1600 gallon tank, 85-55 ft boom, tires 40% Contact: Farmers Co-op Elevator Bellingham, MN Curt Pederson, Mgr 320-568-2216 or 320-226-8444 John Deere Engine Model #6531 with radiator, bell housing and pump intact. Will fit a JD 5020 or JD 6030 tractor, JD 770 motor grader, JD 644B front-end loader or JD 760 scrapper. You can hear this engine run before you buy it! $10,000. Call Warren at 605-310-7475 FOR SALE: 19,000 gallon vertical diesel fuel tank, newly reconditioned, 30 gallon minute pump, fuel gauge, good paint, 4 years old. Call 320-269-8719 or 320-226-0296

2 Alloway stalk choppers, 1-20' & 1-22'. Many new parts - $7,500 choice. Mark Myron 218-685-6450 FOR SALE: 4 10-bolt hubs w/ approximate 4 1/2 diameter axle. 1 foot long. Came of late moden JD 36 row planter. Heavy duty. $250 each. 366 Chevy truck motor with 5 spd transmission, complete, $750. 507-348-8966 or 507-227-6515

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Bad Legs through farming International 400 harvester planter. JD 700 mower. 500 Honda four wheeler. 350 gallon water tank. ATV tank sprayer. International 200 gal. fan sprayer. 1 weed eater. 1 portable generator. 1 Stahl chain saw. 3 bales of barb wire. 8 section drag. Stanley Corner, call first 605-425-2606

Pressure Washer Central Inc. Formerly Palmer Distributing (Operating since 1984) Aaladin Pressure Washers with clutch drives & flat free mag wheels. Also exclusive Exchange Technology GO GREEN! SAVE$ NEW, USED, RECONDITIONED Chemicals for every application! We SERVICE most major brands. (next to Perkins) Aberdeen SD 605-226-4095; 800-733-2967 palmdist@msn.com

HUGE END OF SUMMER DISCOUNTS! Discounted Behlen Steel Buildings. •40x60

•50x80 •50x120 •62x100 •62x150 •68x120 •68x200 •Machinery Storage •Heated Shops •Grain Storage

There is only a limited time to take advantage of discounts, end of summer delivery & early building erections!

FOR SALE: •2001 Freightliner Semi Truck, Detroit engine, 430hp, 10spd., 58" sleeper, 600,000 miles. •Front weights for Ford Tractor, fits 8,000, 9,000 TW10, TW20. •Parts Manual for Case IH 2388 Combine. •Case IH Header Adapter to fit a 3212 Corn Head on 2388 or 2588 Combine. Bob: 701-669-2566 or 701-261-9277

Authorized Behlen Industries lp.

Call Jim @ 1-888-782-7040.

Wheatheart adjustable sweep auger, hydraulic drive with control and hoses, fits bins up to 48ft. Also, Caldwell 7 1/2 & 10 horse aeration fans with transitions. 605-854-3560

FOR SALE: Concrete Silo. 16x40 to be taken down. $1000 OBO. Call 605-772-4357 or 605-480-0857

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2004 Ford F350 4X4 Crew Cab 2004 Ford F350 4X4, V8, Auto, 1997 Ford L9513 Rollback 2003 Ford F550 Utility Truck, V10, Utility, White, 5.4 V8, Auto, Very Long Box, Nice Truck with Only 3306 CAT Diesel, 13 Spd, Auto, 2wd, Only 70K Miles for Very Clean Truck with Only $14,950 Clean Truck with 97K Miles for 99K Miles for $12,950 49K Original Miles for $38,500 $16,950

2002 Chevrolet 2500 Reg Cab, 4X4, 1992 GMC Topkick, Service Truck, 2000 Ford F250 4X4 Ext Cab, V10, Long Box, V8 Gas, Auto, Rust Free 3116 CAT Diesel, Allison Auto, Crane, Auto, Short Box, Rust Free Truck Truck with 70K Miles for $13,950 Welder/Generator, Nice Condition with Only 71K Miles for $12,950 with Only 50K Miles for $24,500

1994 Ford F800, Service Truck, 1999 Chevy 6500, CAT Diesel, Allison Cummins Diesel, Auto, 5,000 Venturo Auto, Flat Bed, Very Clean Truck with Crane, Air Compressor, Rust Free Only 28K Miles for $15,950 Truck, Excellent Condition with Only 26K Miles for Only $14,950

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2004 Ford F350 Ext Cab, 4X4, Dually, Auto, V10, Rust Free Truck with Only 59K Miles Excellent Condition for $17,950

2002 Freightliner FL60 Cummins Diesel, Auto, Service Box, Air Compressor, Mint Condition, with Only 46K Miles for $22,500

2005 Chevy 3500 4x4, Ext Cab, Duramax Diesel, Allison Auto, Very Clean Truck, 128K Miles for $18,950

2002 International 4300, Dump 2007 Ford F450 V10, Auto, 1999 Ford F350 4X4, Utility Truck, Truck, DT 466, Allison Auto, 14' Flatbed, 2wd, Rust Free with V10, Auto, Rust Free Truck with Only 72K Miles for $13,950 Air Brakes, Only 114K Miles for 124K Miles for $14,950 $27,500

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A12 AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013

FARM EQUIPMENT Tightline DRAINAGE

Tile Installation, Rotary Ditching, Excavating, Surface Drainage. Call for your Quote TODAY!! 701-640-2354

Tile Plows

Liebrecht Tile Plows, Rotary Ditchers, GPS and Laser Systems. Call us for ALL your DRAINAGE Equipment needs!!! 701-640-2354 or 701-640-4933 FOR SALE: Four gravity wagons with good running gear, 240-325 bushel, $600-$800. Sioux Falls area 605-261-8341

FARM EQUIPMENT Mitsubishi 5,000 lb Forklift, air tires, new mast, 4 cyclinder gas, 12ft 6in lift height, $6,000 OBO. 320-808-3999 02 2180 Buhler Versatile tractor, FWD, Super Steer Mega flow 4 valve hydraulic, 14.9R46 hub duals, 2,230 hrs, JD Auto-steer, asking $85,000; JD 1610 33ft Chisel plow, $8,500; Pickett 8-30 One step, 8 bar end delivery, $18,000. Call 701-360-3650 For Sale: 1991 444E JD Pay loader, high hours but mostly rebuilt. Very good tires. $17,500; 1985 Walker 6500 gallon stainless insulated tanker, 16" discharge bout $16,000; Fruehauf End dump 30ft trailer, well used, $3,500/offer. 701-587-6042 or 218-779-5640

FOR SALE Woods 60in. H.D. 3 pt tiller, $1600 (like new), Farm King 6.5 ft disc, $1,250; IHC M wide front, live hyd., new rubber, $1,850, IHC H narrow front, recent overhaul and paint, $1,950. 218-280-0327, Crookston, MN FOR SALE: 2013 60' Summers harrow. Used on 1800 acres. 605-852-2780

FARM EQUIPMENT Arabian Mare

9 year old Arabian mare for sale. Registered with the AHA, stands well for the farrier and is a great trail horse I think she could excel as a show horse too, has had some reining training. Really soft in the mouth and knows Clinton Anderson's methods. Call me anytime at 701-590-2808. Thanks

For Sale:

JD 224 flexhead $1500. JD 643 cornhead $5000. Call 218-754-6181 or 218-791-3987 77 Oliver w/F-11 Farmhand Loader/8'bucket & grapple fork. WD Allis Chalmers Narrow Front. A Farmall 5' wood belly mower. Also have 7' Sickle Mower. Contact Philip 701.680.9668. Leave voice mail if no answer.

BOB EQUIPMENT COMBINE

Alloway Roto-Beater

With knife scalpers. $18,000. 218-686-2745

BOB EQUIPMENT COMBINE FOR SALE, Setup for Red Kidney Beans. Best offer, or would consider trade on JD FLEX Header. PH (204) 312-0726 or email: schgrain@gmail.com

FARM EQUIPMENT

FARM EQUIPMENT

2007 & 2009 41' Salford 570RTS, Updated Heavy Duty Walking Tandems, New Rolling Baskets, $45,000 Call: 218-205-1315

FOR SALE: Gehl 800 Chopper, 2 row corn & hay. 1-16' Badger Tandem Box. 1-14' Badger Box. 27 New Holland Silo Blower. Call: 218-689-3092

•1982 JD 4440 Tractor; $18,500. •Woods/Du-all 3100 loader w/8' bucket, pallet loader w/8' bucket, pallet forks off JD 4240; $6500. •JD 914 Pickup platform w/7 belts; $9800. •JD 8225R Tractor w/IVT; $150,000. •Rainbow 24' tri-axle Gooseneck Trailer w/ramps; $4500. •JD 9600 Combine w/edible bean conveyor, screens; $28,500. Call: 701-520-2927

Tires & wheels: 11R 22.5 (10) aluminum wheels, 8 hole off of 1997 Freightliner truck; (9) tires in excellent condition. Englevale, ND. 701-680-9652.

2004 Amadas 2105 Bean Combine

2004 Amadas Pull-Type Bean Combine. Model MB2115-6. SN 420691. Field Ready. Contact 701-361-7034. Located near Mayville, ND.

Aeration, bin accessories, vac hose and parts. Call Bill at 605-201-3630.

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2010 Jeep Patriot 2.4L, 4x4, black, 37,000 miles. Excellent condition, $14,600 OBO! 605-380-4046 If no answer, please leave message!

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10ft chisel plow. IH 12ft Vibra-shank chisel. IH 4 bottom plow. IH 100 seed & fertilizer drill. IH 100 seed drill. (2) IH 1066 w/cab. 325 Dual loader. 605-515-1957

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CIH 30' 1020 FLEXHEAD, CONCAVES, SPREADERS

CIH 1020 Flexhead with Crary Air Reel, field tracker, fore and aft, and header height control. Set of small wire concaves, set of grate slotted grain rear concaves, and 2 spreaders. Please call 701-388-5923 '09 JD 635 hydra flexhead, single point, $15,750. '07 JD 637 35' rock flex disc, hydraulic leveling, JD harrow, $31,750. Set of 320-90-50 triples off JD 50 thru 70 Series combine, $6500. '02 JD 930F full finger flexhead, $7450. 35' tandem axle head trailer, like new, $4750. 320-769-2756 Used Tag axle, air brakes, 5" round axle. Midwest Truck & Parts, Dawson, MN. Ph 320-769-4337. Ask for Dave.

Swather for sale

2011 Case IH Magnum 335

Low Hours, Great Condition. Loaded. Luxury Cab, Powershift transmission, 5 remotes, front fenders, front weights. Call Mark @ 701-361-7034 FOR SALE: 740 Loader mounts, fits 7000 series tractor, 701-493-2490

The Only Poly Tank Seed Tender On The Market!

2-2000 gallon fuel tanks with electric pumps, used once for diesel, 1 year old, stored inside, $1850 each. Call 605-520-5316

FARM EQUIPMENT

Farm King 13X70 Auger

13X70 auger low profile hopper, nice condition. $6900 Call Brian @ Seifert Sales 701-212-9713 FOR SALE: International plow, 7 bottoms, excellent shape. 701-370-1578. FOR SALE: 32' End dump trailer. 224 JD flexhead. Never used 6' Gehl hay head. Knight 3300 feed wagon. 3940 JD chopper hayhead. 30 & 38" Cornhead. 605-448-5846

Leaky basements made dry Drain Tile & Baseboard Systems Available Buckling walls corrected Egress window installation

Basement Water Controlled

Providing Service For Over 45 Years Safe Secure EGRESS WINDOWS Dry HOLD-RIGHT™ WALL ANCHORS

2002 SP MacDon swather. 25ft 972 header. With roller and auto steer. $50,000 Call 701-351-1450 FOR SALE: 2002 Ashland I-110 XL Scraper. 11 yards, excellent condition, bought new. 1966 Ford 1-Ton. Service body. Cavalier, ND Call: 701-521-0036 2001 770 CH JD Road Grader, 10,142 hrs, new tires, engine overhauled 1500 hrs ago, serial #PW770CH578 834; $53,000. Call: 218-498-2800

BEET EQUIPMENT For Sale: 2000 8 row Beet Lifter, scrub chains & spirals 1 year old, $25,000; 2004 Allway 12 row beet Topper, steel front drum & scalpers, $12,500. 218-930-0292 Arts-way 6 row defoliator. Wic 6 row defoliator. 701-739-3593 2007 Artsway 4600 beet lifter, always shedded, $34,000. Call 218-686-7443.


AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013 A13

BEET EQUIPMENT 2010 H&S 30 ton beet cart, very nice, $63,000. 218-686-7443. 2004 Artsway 6812 8 row beet lifter, $35,000; 1993 Alloway 6 row defoliator, $4,500. Call 218-791-5850

COMBINES 1996 9600 Combine, Greenstar, C/M. 2600 separator hours, $35,000. 9650 Combine C/M, 4x4. 2100 separator hours, $72,000. 605-380-1188 MacDon 974 Flex scraper 2007 model, AFX/CR adapter, hydraulic fore and aft, very good shape, gauge wheels, transport available. Also, 1391 Westfield auger, drive over pit express, like new. Leola, SD 605-216-8891 FOR SALE: 2009 595R Lexion combine. Very clean machine we are the second owners. Combine will be field ready and even greased!! Machine has numerous updates and extra accessories! 909 separator hours. Tracks are 85%, updated HY-flow hydraulic system, new feeder house chain,PRWD. Contact John Scott at 507-438-1100 JD 9610, 3200 separator hrs, new feeder house, bars, conveyor auger, walker blocks, tires, excellent shape, $45,000. 605-881-5393

COMBINES

COMBINES

2011 Case IH 7120 522 engine hours, 381 separated hours. 20.8/42 duals. 4wd, auto steer ready. Also 35 ft header trailer. Retiring. 605-996-8484 or 605-770-1824 94 JD 9600 Combine, 20.8R38 duals, 10 Series updates, Green Star ready, 10 years of service records available. Always shedded. Also, JD 843 cornhead converted to JD poly row dividers. Call 507-789-6049 1994 9600 JD combine, new cylinder bars, new feeder house floor, Vittetoe chaff spreader, 4926 engine hours, 3418 separator hours, good condition, always shedded. 925 flexhead, new guards. Will sell separately or as set. Straw chopper for 7720 JD. Air flow sieve for 6620. Duals and hardware off 9000 Series combine. Rowse double mower with New Holland heads. Also looking for 25-30ft MacDon 962 draper head for JD combine. 701-516-2479 or 701-214-3588 1989-9500 Rear Wheel Assist, Green Star ready w/o monitor, grain tank extension, approx 3800 hours, JD shop serviced every 500 hours. 925 JD flexhead w/steel snouts. Call 605-938-4560 FOR SALE: 1985 L3 Gleaner. Very good condition. $10,000 call 605-268-0236.

NH TR70 Combine, very good, 3408 hours, 363 Ford Diesel, new concaves, chopper, all the sieves, extra parts, absolutely working machine, manual. Heads: 5R 974 w/feeder house. 4 hour 962. 4 hours JD 444 w/Bische adapter. 13 & 15 foot 960-FCB. 15ft straight 960 w/Humme reel. 20ft straight 960 w/bat reel. 5 or 6 belt Melroe on 960PU head. 605-661-7667 1984 IHC 1480 Combine with rock trap, squirrel cage fan, specialty rotor, chrome bars, very good. 4900 engine hours. Hydro rebuilt. All new rubber shaker bushings. Grain tank extension. Adjustable shiv. IHC engine. Good and clean. Shedded always. Also have 1020 25' flexhead and 6 row 30" 863 cornhead for the combine or will sell any separate. 605-287-4386 2003 R75 Gleaner Combine, 1630 engine hours, 1119 separator hours, hydraulic spinner, long auger, latteral tilt, good tires, complete rebuild on machine. Also, 2010 9250 DinaFlex 35ft draper head, new belts and canvas’, combine is setup for draper head. Mauer 38ft header trailer goes with the header. All to go $190,000 OBO. Combine has been in the field this summer. Call 605-680-2632

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TRAILERS

GOOSENECKS

35SA - 14' (6 1/2'SOXLD14') BLACK.............$1,550.00 35SA - 14' (6 1/2' X 14') GREY...............$1,550.00 35 SA - 14' ( 6 1/2' X 14') AZ BEIGE .......$1,550.00 LD 35 SA - 14 (83" XSO14').........................$1,600.00 LD X 12') SIDE RMPS .......$1,725.00 35 SA - 12 SO(83" 35 SA - 14 (83" X 14') SIDE RMPS .......$1,775.00 SOLD (2) 60 CH - 16' (83" X 16')....................$2,300.00 2 (3) 50LA - 16' (6 1/2' X 16')................$2,425.00 (3) 70 CH - 18'......................................$2,595.00

4 (5) 22GN 25' + 5' 3RAMP..................$8,750.00 1 (2) 22 GN 28' + 5' 3RAMP..................$8,950.00 DUMP TRAILERS 22GN 30' + 5'.......................................$9,250.00 2 (4) 70 SR ( 60"X 10') 7000# GVW ......$3,750.00 22GN 35' + 5' 3RAMP...........................$9,900.00 1 (3) 14 LX - 14 (83" X 14' ) 14,000# GVW ......................................$6,400.00 14GX - 14 (83"X14') GOOSENECK EQUIPMENT TRAILERS 1 (2) 14ET - 20' SKID STEER TRAILER.....$3,900.00 14K GVW .............................................$7,500.00 14FT - 20' FULL TILT..............................$5,100.00 (2) 14TL - 20' 3/4 TILT...........................$5,100.00 3 (4) 14TL - 22' 3/4 TILT........................$5,300.00

CAR HAULER/ UTILITY 35SA - 12' (6 1/2' X 12') GREY...............$1,500.00 (2) 35 SA - 12 (83"X 12') BLACK..........$1,550.00

520 1st Avenue NW • Hillsboro, ND 58045 Tel: (701) 430-0877 • E-Mail: tim@Bloomfieldenterprises.com

COMBINES Farm Reduction Sale 1997 JD 9600, SN: H09600X672565, eng 4734, sep 3153, JD inspection & repair every year 1990 JD 9500, SN: H09500X637464, eng 6463, sep 4191, JD inspection & repair every year 1997 JD 930 Flexhead, DAM, Reel F&A, poly, SN: H00930F672534 2000 JD 930F Flexhead, DAM & AHS, CM, DAS, Reel F&A, poly, SN: H00930F691131 Two late model JD 843 corn heads, JD poly, wedge kits, PTO shafts, oil bath All equipment is in field ready condition, full service & repairs. JD service records available for combines. 605-354-3060 9700 White rotor combine 3300 hrs, 30.5x32 tires, 25' 9750 flex head with u-2 reel, 12R22 MF corn head, 1163 MF cornhead, 1859 MF 12' oats head with Melroe pickup 507-669-2905

COMBINES

COMBINES

Case International 2166 4 wheel drive with chopper, contour master, bin extension, with high performance rotor, 2300 separator hours, very clean machine, Comes with 1020 25ft bean head. 2000 John Deere 8410 4 valves, low hour machine with new 20.42 rear tires, new 16.9x30 in front. Call 507-380-3158

12 JD S660, 268 hrs, Premium cab, ATR, GS3 color monitor, 20.8x42's w/duals, CM w/Hi-Torque reverser, 22 1/2' auger, chopper $234,500 12 JD S660, 282 hrs, 18.4 x 42's w/duals, ATR, GS3 color monitor, CM w/Hi-Torque reverser, chopper $229,500 320-848-2496 or 320-894-6560

12 JD S670, 270 hrs, Premium cab, ATR, GS3 color monitor, 20.8x42's w/duals, Pro-Drives, CM w/5spd reverser, 26' auger, chopper w/Powercast tailboard, $269,500. 12 JD S670, 303 hrs, Premium cab, ATR, GS3 color monitor, 20.8x42's w/duals, Pro-Drives, CM w/Hi-Torque reverser, 22 1/2' auger chopper $249,500. 320-848-2496 or 320-894-6560

1998 Case IH 2388 combine, 3,153 separator hours, uptime repairs in 2012 $46,000. AFX Rotor with new rotor cage; New unloading Auger, Hopper bottom, all belts chains sprockets, elevator & return, new sieve, asking $58,000. Call 701-599-2920

•JD 9750, excellent condition; $69,500. •36' Honeybee, double knife drive & finger reel; $21,000. Call: 701-220-3401

FOR SALE: 2000 2388 Case IH, 2783 engine hours, 2198 sep. hours, chopper, rock trap, hopper toppers, lots of new parts. No corn or beans, very clean machine. Call: 701-782-4204 or 701-391-8838 Crary Air Reel for JD 635. 701-799-9101


A14 AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013

COMBINES •2001 JD 9650 walker combine 1888 sep. 2444 eng. hrs. Yield and moisture monitor; $89,000. •930 flex head. -Always shedded and well maintained. 218-478-4474 1979 JD 8820 combine with rear wheel assist, chaff spreader, Titan II updates, 30.5 x 32 front tires 80%, 18.4 x 26 rears, recent rebuilt hydro plus many other parts, good reliable machine. Asking $11,900. 605-770-0851 ask for Mike.

Used John Deere

COMBINE PARTS

7720 - 8820 - 9500 - 9600

OSTBY’S SHOP LaMoure, ND

888-838-5889 701-883-5889

COMBINES

COMBINES

2004 John Deere 9660STS, fine cut chopper, extended auger, single point hook up, contour master, dual, well maintained, many new parts, $95,000. Call 605-520-4458 2002 JD 1293 corn head, 30in rows, fluted rolls, hydraulic deck plate, single point hook up, reconditioned last year, $28,500. 701-391-9357 JD 643 6 row 30in cornhead, completely rebuilt, asking $8,000 OBO. IHC 1700 Load Star truck with 13ft steel flatbed, new 404 gas engine with only 12,000 miles, nice shape $2,800 OBO. JD 893 8 row 30in cornhead, poly with knife rolls, asking $18,000. Call 605-216-0270 or 605-225-5427 FOR SALE: JD 9610 Combine with 2200 separator hours and 3100 engine hours. Rear wheel drive. Chaff spreader & many, many extras! Call for details. 605-263-3888 or 605-660-0530

•22" Straddle dual set for 60/70 series JD combine, 420x46 Goodyear tires @ 80%; $5500. •Kill-bros 700 bushel model 1200 Grain Cart with roll tarp, excellent condition; $9500. 701-741-7957 1991 C-IH 1680 combine, 2,900 hrs, RT, chopper, just through the shop, very nice, $25,000 obo. Central MN, 952-240-2193. 2001 Pickett Double Master Plus, one owner, chopper, belt conveyor, shaker monitor and camera, updates done, excellent condition. $32,500. Call 701-352-2359. 2002 JD 9650 Walker combine, contour master, green star with yield & moisture, chaff spreader, JD yearly inspected, 1526 separator hours, 2105 engine hours, always shedded, field ready, super sharp. Terry Ellingson, Dahlen, ND. 701-741-3045 or 701-384-6225.

COMBINES FOR SALE: •2007 Case IH 7010 Combine, 1507 engine hours, 1086 sep. hours, 20.8 duals, hopper extensions, long unloading auger, Pro600 Monitor, maintained every year by Titan Machinery. •2010 Case IH Model 2162 Flex Draper Head, 40', used 4 seasons, about 4000 acres, double drive, new sections, always shedded. Call: 701-845-1754 or 701-840-1450 1998 2388, 4,297 engine Reman at 2,900, 3,147 sep., AFX rotor, new ears & balanced, 2 spd. hydro, agleader yield & moisture, all new augers, chains & sprockets, new 800 metric Michelin's; $55,000. 701-371-8075 John Deere 9650 STS Combine, 2002 with 2200 engine & 1650 separator hours, Contour Master, 20.8-38 duals, fine cut chopper, bin extensions, green star ready, yield & moisture monitor, always shedded. Call 605-880-9022

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FOR SALE: 1995 Case IH 2188 with 3250 sep hrs, 250 acres of wheat on Titan winter service, big top extension, excellent tires 95% or better. Includes 25ft 1010 rigid head & pickup head also. Price: $30,000. Call or text 701-741-0404.

2000 John Deere 9650 STS Combine - Price Reduced to $76,000. Includes John Deere 925 Flexhead Eng. 3716 hrs Sep. 2503 hrs Contour Master John Deere Autosteer Greenstar Ready Hopper Extentions 2 Sets Concaves Stored inside Excellent maintenance. Barnesville MN. Call Tim 701-238-0199.

914 International combine, excellent condition, combined approx 650 acres, shedded for 10 years and hasn’t been used. 40,000 PTO Onan Generator on cart. 18 ft circle for New Holland windrower. Call 605-983-5516 or 605-520-5516. 01 JD 9650 Walker, 1500 one owner hours, $9,000 in recent repairs. 03 JD 893 cornhead, new knife rolls, chains, and sprockets, $24,900. 01 JD 925F $13,900. All Excellent. 815-988-2074 8450 Massey with 3,040 hours, 6 row corn head, 20ft bean head, grain pickup head, rear wheel assist, tires 80%, excellent shape. 605-880-9713 or 320-815-8573 For Sale: 2006 Case IH 8010 1500 sep hrs, RWA, fine cut chopper, Complete autosteer, pro 600 w/yield/moisture mapping, 24' auger w/extender. Local combine always shedded very nice and field ready. $148,000. Also, 2004 Case IH 2062 36' Flex draper header, new canvases; $28,000. 218-686-8335. 2008 John Deere 635F hydra flex header, 35ft, automatic header height, high dam, low acres, excellent shape, $22,500 call 605-520-7021.

8820 Titan II good usable machine. Many parts to go with it. Field ready. Call 605-488-0257 for more info. 1460 IH Combine 1984 with chopper and 20ft 1020 bean head, electric over hydraulic, tires like new, Fore and Aft, always shedded, good shape. 605-880-9022 930 Flex head, like new on a trailer, shedded all the time. For more information call 507-530-2091 FOR SALE: 1982 M2 Gleaner with approx 3500 hours, with 630 Low Pro black corn head, all very good condition, will separate cornhead, $7,000 OBO. 605-680-1270 or 605-778-6629 FOR SALE: 1990 TR96 NH combine, Duals hopper chopper, fine cut chopper, 973 30ft flex head, 974 6row corn head, Walinga 510 grain vac. Call 605-265-1549 or 605-492-3209 AGWEEK ads cover 4 states and bring results. Call 888-857-1920

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JD 4560 2WD P.S. 3 hyd, 4,200 hrs, 18x42 tires & duals, very nice, $48,000 obo. 952-240-2193. 2005 JD 7320 MFD, power quad, 540-1000, LHR, band duals, 3800 hours, new hydraulic pump, 741 loader, 8 ft bucket, new condition, no livestock, $73,000. Used steel T-posts, $2.50/ea. Kevin Anderson, Verona, ND. 701-710-0525. 1994 Case IH 9270 w/5665 hours, 360hp, front & rear differential, Michelin 520/85R42 triples @ 95%. Have service records, field ready, great condition; $68,000. 320-808-5973. Farmall F20. Runs good. Good tires & paint. $4,500. 701-240-4762 after 5pm.

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TRACTORS 2006 Cat Challenger MT865B, 5300 hrs, 4 valves, 85% 30" tracks, clean, $145,000. 2005 Cat Challenger MT865, 4800 hrs, 4 valves, 85% 30" tracks, clean $135,000. 701-897-0086

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4474 hours, 310 HP, 12 speed transmission, 4 hydraulics, 20.8 radial tires, been stored in side most of the time. This has been a great tractor for us and has been well maintained. $58,000/obo Give Mark a call 701-238-2812 FOR SALE: 07 John Deere 5625 tractor with 285 actual hours. Has 542 loader/grapple fork ready. 24 speed shuttle shift transmission. Includes 7Ft Buhler/Farm King Finish mower and pallet forks, $62500. 605-222-1964 2 1566 International tractors, with dual wheels, low hours, excellent shape. Call 605-268-0261 or 605-738-2215. FOR SALE: 1953 Golden Jubilee Ford tractor. Original paint, dentless. Step-up transmission, brand new rear tires. Tractor has always been shedded. Make offer. 605-637-5319 evenings. Ask for Jim.

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CAT 950F Pay loader, 3rd valve, 4 new radial tires, 4 yd bucket, forks w/grapple 9600 hrs, tight machine. 605-520-5316 Case 4890 thru Titan shop, new injectors, 300 HP, 30.5x32 inside tires and duals, 6000 hours. 605-520-1767

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2009 MT 765 C Cat Challenger, 1800 hours, 750 Trimble auto steer, deluxe cab, PTO, 3 point, 6 remotes, & plumbed for planter, 25" belts. 701-640-2020 JD 7410 MFD. 740 SL Loader. 18.4x42 tires. 20 spd power quad with E-Range. Deluxe cab, fenders, 6750 hours. $65,000. 605-354-1026 1997 Case IH MX135 MFD, 4 remotes, cab air & heat, 13,100 hours, good solid tractor, owned 10 years, $30,000. 605-651-3362 FOR SALE: 350 International Super MTA & Super 8, excellent condition. 605-670-2250

TRACTORS '89 CIH 9170, 20.8R42 Duals, 30%, 6,512 hours. '87 Steiger WildCat (CIH 9130), Duals, PTO. Call 605-994-2382 or cells 605-994-7001 or 605-994-7002 2000 9300 JD, 4950 hours, very good condition, $81,500. 218-681-3333. JD 8570 with PTO, Degelman 7200 14ft 6-way blade, 6,000 hours, $58,000. Call 605-949-0101 1978 Case 1270 tractor, power shift, mid hours, very clean. Please Call 605-268-0861 2008 7430 Auto quad with front and rear fenders, 741 loader with 5 tine grapple, 5,000 hours, really good shape, rear weights, $96,000 OBO. 2012 VR 7090 Specialty Crop, 4500 bales on it, $27,000 OBO. 605-770-0246 if no answer leave message 2007 Cat Challenger 865B, 2400 hours, 36" tracks, 5 remotes. Wide swing draw bar. Farmer owned, excellent condition. $230,000. 507-530-2762

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1984 Case 4494, 4 wheel drive tractor, 7,000Hrs, 210Hp, pto, excellent shape and Brent 610 Grain Cart with new auger, new gear box, new scale and new tarp. Good combination or sell separate. 218-689-6872

FOR SALE OR TRADE: 5 JD 100 lb suitcase weights & 28 MF 85 lb suitcase weights, $1 per lb or will trade for 10 65 lb and 12 100 lb IHC suitcase weights. 605-887-7246 or 605-887-3246

2008 JD 8430T, 2320 hours, power shift, 16" camoplast tracks, auto trac ready, 60GPM hydraulic pump, 1000 pto, 22 front weights, 3pt with quick hitch, radar, 4 remotes. 701-430-0277

7060 Allis Chalmers. 3 pt, 1000 PTO, 3055 hours on overhaul. Like new 18.4R38 Duals. $7000. 701-724-6204 or 701-680-0433

JD 7400 MFWD w/740 selflevel loader with joystick. Both excellent condition good tires, $60,000. Call 605-881-7158. NE SD

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For Sale: 7520 John Deere 4wd tractor 20.8 x 34 tires and duals 95%. Nice collectors candidate. 218-280-3055 or 218-281-3866. FOR SALE: 2012 New Holland T8. 360, 345 hours, 480.80.50 duals, 4 remotes, suspended front axle, auto guidance, remaining warranty $166,000. No Solicitors. 320-894-8791 FOR SALE: 1983 Steiger Bear Cat, Bareback, 225 HP, L10 Cummins engine, new clutch, updated AC, $15,000 OBO. Ask for Todd at 605-432-6266

PLANTING EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: 2007 Horsch Anderson 40/15 air seeder, all run blockage monitor, triple tank, double chute, coulters with new razor shovels, scale on cart, looks great, works great. Call 701-321-9065 or 701-321-2911. JD 1850 30 ft 7.5 inch spacing no till seeder with 1900 270 bushel cart. Great shape, low acres, brown box monitor, always shedded. Call 701-321-9065 or 701-321-2911. 6012 Concord air drill, 3000 cart, new hoses, ready to go! $30,000 OBO. 605-490-2768 or 605-967-2392 •JD 2006 24R22" XP Pro Drive Planter on KM Bar, 3 bushel hoppers, markers & fertilizer, 1 owner, stored inside; $67,000. •1 Set Redball 250 gallon fertilizer tanks, tear drop style, will fit JD 20 & 30 series, also R series tractors; $4,000. Call Gary: 701-520-0611 FOR SALE: Case IH 5400 minimum till drill. 20' with Yetter cart and markers. 7.5" spacing. Mulcher drag on back. Asking $7,500. Call 605-532-3724

New and Used Meridian & J&M Seed Tenders on Hand!, 25 units on hand, many options available, order before September 30th for $1000 rebates. 701-361-4790 Concord 5 Flex fold seeder, 40 ft wide, 12" spacings with 2300 cart. Good condition. John Deere 843 8 row all crop head. Call 605-769-0667 or 605-765-2292 lv message 2009 Amity single disk drill with front coulters, double shoot and 2012 Amity 525 pull behind air tank, 3 compartment with dual fans, very nice and clean. $220,000 open to offers. Call 605-390-2038 or 605-685-3342. White 8500 24R22" Central fill planter, hyd drive, No Till cutting coulter, corn & soybean plates, markers, like new (6000 acres), hcw stainless steel, liquid fertilizer system. SN HU53400120. Kinze 3700 24R 22" Central fill edge vac planter, new, stainless steel, liquid fert system, new blades, 2013. Trash coulters, No-Till corn & sunflower disk, like new. Please Call 605-466-2119 or 605-850-3887 Wishek Offset disk. 24 ft width. Spring cushion gang, one wing fold, notched blades, 3 bar Herman harrow. Excellent shape. Call Mark at 605-649-7009. Selby, SD Horsch Anderson air seeder 2010. 60ft 500bu TBH 3 product tank with scale and variable rate metering. ISO ready. 15 inch spacing with coulters. Factory refurbished. Everything is new except for air cart and closing discs. Excellent like new condition. You will not be disappointed. Field ready. Call 605-380-9592

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PLANTING EQUIPMENT

TILLAGE EQUIPMENT

2004 John Deere 1790 planter, 2 pt hitch, 16/31 row, esets on 30 inch rows, xp units on 15 inch rows, coulters, new disc openers, new gauge wheels, new bushings, new bearings, new scrapers, new ground wheels, new transport wheels, new air pump, new bushings in closing wheels, fertilizer tubes but no tank or pump, hydraulic variable rate drive, marker arms, sold less monitor, planter is in great shape ready to work, asking $64,000 call 605-520-7021 Wilrich 32ft 605-365-6460

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FOR SALE: 2006 DB60 JD Corn planter, 36 row 20in, fertilizer tank on planter, 420 gallons, new disc openers, new coulters. Excellent condition, field ready. Call 605-281-1457 FOR SALE: SDX 40 Air Seeder with Tow Behind 3380 air cart, low acres, variable rate, dual fan, full monitoring, 7½" spacing, all options, good condition. Call 605-690-8290 Two 15' 750 JD Drills on Houck Hitch with markers. Large split-boxes with box covers. 605-208-0516 or 605-895-2220 1972 Ford F-600 Tender Truck. Two 200 bushel boxes with Hydraulic Augers. 605-208-0516 or 605-895-2220 White 8500 24R22" central fill planter, hyd drive, No Till cutting coulter, corn & soybean plates, markers like new (6000 acres), new stainless steel liquid fert system. SN# HU52400120 White 3700 24R22" central fill edge vac planter. New stainless steel liquid fert system, new blades 2x13, trash coulters, No-Till corn & sunflower disk, like new. Please call 605-466-2119 or 605-850-3887 WANTED: Pull behind air seeding cart. Call Ron @ 701-655-3846 Concord 3212 Air Seeder Hoe Drill with 2300 tow behind tank. Easy pulling for small 4WD tractor or MFWD tractor. Great for planting winter wheat. In great condition. Located in Pierre, SD area. Price Reduced to $13,900. 605-789-1010 or 605-280-4100 John Deere 1910 Air Cart, 270 bushel, like new. Also, complete air system with blockage monitor. 605-854-3560

TILLAGE EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: 44 1/2 ft John Deere field cultivator, fairly late model with double fold, in good condition. 35’ John Deere Rockflex disc in good condition. MacDon A-30 16’ hydroswing in very good condition. 605-770-2528

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Gates double coulters, coulter harrows, Magnum harrows. Good for residue management. All disks have big coil springs, that provide cushion against rocks. Good for disking CRP, corn ground & weeds. Lloyd Anderson, Valley City 701-845-2108 Glenn Anderson, Bismarck 701-255-7560 960 JD field cultivator, $2800. JD Model 230 tandem disk, 22’ 9”, $2500. 605-380-1188 FOR SALE: Model 6010 16 row Blue-jet strip till machine. High capacity dry and high cap anhydrous. Excellent shape, field ready. I am going to a 24 row. Half price of when I bought it new. John Riley 605-460-1882 JD 2008 2700 ripper, 7 shank 30 inch, 10 inch points, disk leveler, narrow transport, like new, $21,000 OBO 507-425-3120 JD 3100 Plow, 10x16. 701-739-3593

TILLAGE EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: 530 DMI, new tires, levelers, lead shanks, excellent condition, stored inside. Call 320-815-1057 FOR SALE: Case IH 5800 chisel plow, 41 ft, with 104 Summers harrow. $15,000. Call 701-371-2628. 2005 Sunflower 6333 finisher, 36 foot. 5 bar spike harrow hyd disc gang. 10 inch knockon sweeps $45,000. 605-660-2535 Flexicoil 820 35ft chisel plow, 3 bar drag, Rons coulters. Will sell with or without coulters, $19,000. 1000 Gallon Dempster chemical trailer, 120in wheel base, $2,000. Call 701-710-0450 John Deere 712 Disk Chisel, 17 shank, folding wings, Summers heavy duty harrow, $12,500 OBO. 320-808-3999 2008 Wishek Disk. 862 NT 30ft with heavy harrow. Rotary scrapers on back gain. Good shape. $55000. Call 605-770-0129 60' JD 1650 Chisel Plow, 3bar Summers Model 104 Heavy Duty drag; $23,000. 60' JD 685 Chisel Plow, 3-bar Summers Model 104 Heavy Duty Drag; $34,000. 701-247-3357 FOR SALE: Glencoe 13 shank 7400 disc chisel with Summers harrow. 320-226-0485

FOR SALE: Case IH 4300 32ft field cultivator with mulchers & rear hitch. Call 605-397-2430 or 605-380-3289 (2) 610 John Deere chisel plows, with Herman harrows, 35 footers, $9,500 each. 605-880-0867 FOR SALE: John Deere 41' 1610 chisel plow. Has flexicoil 3 bar harrow. Is currently set up for double shot fertilizer application pulled behind a John Deere air cart. Can be sold with our without the following options: Anderson single shoot NH3 knives with carbide tips, manifolds for dry fertilizer application, Raven cold flow, rear hitch with electric winch. Machine is in good condition with no welds. For more information please call 605-216-4852. Located in NE SD. NO TELEMARKETERS PLEASE! 605-216-4852 JD 512 disk ripper, 7 shank, 7in points with guards, excellent condition. Also Rite-Way 4300 land roller, 45ft, good condition, $29,000 each. 605-480-8100 FOR SALE JD plow #3700, 10 bottom hindge, good condition, $6000; 40 ft multi weeder 3 rank, $2,500. 701-247-2396 2011 John Deere 2410 Chisel plow, 33ft, Tru-depth with harrows, single point depth control, 12" spacing, low acres, has original shovels. Excellent condition. 701-242-7801 or 701-899-1215

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TILLAGE EQUIPMENT

HARVEST EQUIPMENT

2011 Orthman 16 R 30 striptill machine w/rolling baskets, 8 ton 2 compartment tank on tracks. 605-852-2686

2005 JD 688 rotary forage header, good shape, $45,000 OBO. 605-730-2150 No Telemarketers

FOR SALE: 2005 Great Plains Turbo Till, 22ft, weight package, spike reel, excellent condition, $25,000 OBO. Ask for Todd at 605-432-6266

1997 20ft MC stock chopper, pull type, runs smooth, field ready, do have a few spare parts available, $6,500. Contact 605-929-6982

09 JD 512 11 shank disk ripper. 27.5ft wide, excellent cond! $41,500; Also 03 JD 2400 41ft Chisel plow with Summers 106 harrow, $26,500. Call 701-741-7957

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Hesston 7155 silage cutter, with 2 row 30 in head and hay head. 605-354-0338 John Deere 924 rigid head. Alloway 20ft 3 point shredder with a newer gear box. 605-237-8680 FOR SALE: 13x91 Westfield plus auger, excellent condition, $15,000. 320-760-2074

Case IH 8210 Swather, 1996 model with low acres, good shape. $5,500 OBO. 605-448-5728 or 605-448-5347

2012 Lexion C512-30 chopping cornhead. Very clean, shedded, knife rolls, Auto contour-height control, adjustable deck plates, Auto Steer, low acres. Contact John Scott at 507-438-1100 $91,000 OBO

2007 JD 3975 chopper with 3 row 30 inch cornhead and pickup head, excellent condition. JD 12 row 30 inch cornhead, above average condition. 605-848-0010 605-848-0010

Parker 525 gravity box, brakes. 15ft Brady Stalk Chopper. Both in excellent shape. 605-532-5169 or 605-881-4202 No Solicitors

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HARVEST EQUIPMENT 2004 JD 635F flexhead, new style auger, good shape, $14,000. Also JD 230 30ft rigid head w/pto shafts so it can be used on Contour Master JD combines, $2,800. Also Weatherby Vanguard rifle, .223 caliber, rings and bases, $325. Call 605-380-8322 3800 John Deere silage cutter with high dump, 30” rows. Retired and no longer need it. Well maintained. Call after 6pm. 605-625-3165 FOR SALE: JD 843 Cornhead converted to JD poly row dividers, snapping rollers, like new, one season on chains, sprockets, & deck plates, excellent condition, $7,900. Call 507-789-6049 JD 6850, 1998 forage harvester, 4WD, auto lube, 2600/3600 hours, rebuilt for $76,000. Also 5830 4WD. 507-427-3520 FOR SALE: 2008 MacDon SD60S Flex draper 30ft header, fits SN 184532 fits John Deere, $31,750. 612-616-0250 1063 Cornhead in good shape. $7000. 605-350-0287

JD 615P HEAD ..................21,750 Bourgault 1100 Grain Cart ....19,000 UFT 750 bu, hyd. drive ........11,500 30’ D60 MacDon PR, CIH or JD adpt.........................37,500 30’ 972 PU Reel ................16,500 CIH 6000 SP 24’ PR .............6,500 25’ CIH 1020 ......................2,500 JD 224 Flex........................2,500 36’ MacDon 974 ................15,500 30’ Honey Bee-CIH .............15,000 36’ 962 CIH........................9,500 New 36’ MacDon PR ............8,500 2008 MacDon M150, 16’ Auger Head....................48,500 2006 MacDon 150, D-50, 35’ Head .......................58,500 MacDon 40 16’ & 18’ Auger Heads for M-100, M-150, M-200.....CALL MacDon 922 16’ & 18’ Auger Heads for all MD 9000 Tractors ......CALL 12 - JD & Case IH PU Heads ...CALL 6 - MacDon Draper Heads ......CALL JD 1508 Rotary Mower..........2,950 Degelman 70’ Harrow .........12,500 JD 4850 MFW, 3 hyd, rad. duals, fast hitch .......................28,000 JD 2955, C-A, 265 loader .....19,000 JD 544C Loader, 4-1 bucket ..18,500 1270 Case .........................3,500 JD 843, OD ........................9,900 AMCO RF Disk.....................CALL 41’ JD 1810 Chisel Plow ......17,500 2009 35’ MacDon D-50 PU reel, JD Mts..........................33,000 MF 4840 4WD ....................7,900 30’ Case IH 8230, batt reel.....4,500 74 Chev Tandem LT, 20’ box & hoist .................5,750 10’ & 12’ Box Scrapers .2,100-2,200

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HARVEST EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: Feterl jump auger. 10” with hydraulic drive. Best offer. Call 605-290-9252 FOR SALE: Clarke machine 20 ft backbone. $3500 OBO. Painted green. Call 605-290-9252 FOR SALE: Westfield MK 13x111 auger. Absolutely like new. Call for the best deal. 605-290-9252 FOR SALE: 1999 893 poly corn head, fluted rollers, PTO shalfs, excellent condition & field ready, $14,000. Call 605-680-0074 FOR SALE: Camper Model 4400 chopper head. 6 Row 30. $22,000. 605-830-1454 2008 635 Hydro-flex head, single point hook up, has all the bells and whistles, contour head, $14,500 OBO. 2002 Polaris 500 Automatic transmission, electric winch, hand warmers, snowplow, looks good $3,300. 605-772-4440 or 605-354-0001 2004 Case IH 1020 flex head, 25’ wide, Crary air reel, Fore and Aft. 308-430-3762 FOR SALE: Brand New John Deere 3975 silage cutter with 3 row narrow head. Priced to sell! Fits a 2013 model with full warranty. 605-354-2600 or 605-350-6274 2009 Corn Header, 16x30 Cat Lexion C516 16 row low profile, with little change or adapter, it would fit Case IH or JD w/contour head, Hyd. deck plates & knife rolls, nice condition; $50,000 or will trade for a 1630 Case IH Header. Macgregor, Manitoba Call: 204-871-0925 Brent 874 grain cart, scale, tarp, 30.5-32 tires, $21,500. 605-448-8923

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FOR SALE, TRADE OR RENT: 2008-2013 JD 608 8 row 30 corn head, Hyd. deck plates, knife rolls, sensors, some are chopping heads; 893 JD corn head 8 row 30. Hyd. deck plate & knife rolls; 630 JD flexhead. 701-778-7611 or 701-269-9687

FOR SALE, TRADE, or RENT: JD 608 8 row 30”, hydraulic deck plates, knife rolls, sensors. Also some with chopping heads. 2008-2013 model. JD 893 cornhead. 8 row 30". Hydraulic deck plate & knife rolls. 630 JD flexhead. Call 701-778-7611 or 701-269-9687

JD 2320 6 cylinder gas 25 ft swather, low hours. Great shape. 701-321-9065 or 701-321-2911. J&M 875 grain cart with corner auger. Scale, tarp, good shape. $22,500. Call 701-321-9065 or 701-321-2911. Agco 324 Flex head, fits all R series combines, asking $3900. Call: 701-331-2559 IH #810 pickup head with 5 belt pickup, belts in excellent shape, $1,000. Central SD, 605-222-4237 2012 Case IH 3412, 12row 30inch corn head, like new $59,000 OBO. 605-537-4725 or 605-880-5274 JD 2008 635 flexhead, High stone DAM, 2400 actual acres, mint condition, $20,500 OBO. 507-220-6450 FOR SALE: GEHL 1285 Forage harvester with 330 head. Automax, excellent condition. Lg 1001 PTO. 605-943-5664 FOR SALE: J208-51 Westfield 8x51 auger, set up for electric motor. J210-41 Westfield auger, 10x41, set up for electric motor. Older Farm King 7x41 auger with electric motor. Call 605-397-2430 or 605-380-3289

1990 946 Versatile..............$43,000 2120 Ford c/w F.E.L............$15,000 1978 855 Versatile..............$18,000 41’ Salford RTS ..................$55,000 4-Used REM2700 Grain Vac ...CALL REM 1026B Grain Vac..........$8,500 16104 FarmKing .................$30,000 Kirchner V-Ditcher 7’ ............$2,500 Wolverine Ditcher................$35,000 750 Demco Grain Cart........$18,000 24' White Chisel Plow...........$2,600 60’ Flexi-Coil Packer ...........$16,000 Ficklin 600 BU Grain Cart .....$8,500 MK13x81 Wheatheart.........$11,500 13x85 TMMR FarmKing .....$15,000 Farmall 95...........................$44,000

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JD 635F Flex head 2011, crary air reel, very low acres, field ready, extra nice! 6 wheel header trailer available. $39,500. Call: 701-351-0399 Brent 1084 Avalanch Grain Cart, 1,000+ bushels, walking tandems, tarp, new tires, new vertical auger flighting & all bearings, field ready; $32,500. Call: 701-351-0399 WANTED: Bob's 666 Edible Bean Combine. FOR SALE: 2 Harriston 16' windrowers, excellent condition. Also, 2 Harriston 8 row knifes. 218-732-3619 or 218-255-0582 Behlen continuous flow grain dryer, $5000. 218-686-7443. FOR SALE: 2003 JD 930F flex head. Has hydraulic for & aft, stubble lights, dial a speed, full poly finger auger, set up for dial-a-matic header heights, but I have the contour master control for it. 50 series hookups, comes with spare knife, 1000 acres on all cutting parts, Serial #702623. Asking $11,000. Call Terry 701-238-8197. FOR SALE: 420 J Farm fans dryer, single phase, LP burner. Westfield auger, 13x91, new gear box. 605-881-0649

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HARVEST EQUIPMENT J&M 875 Grain Cart, 18" auger & roll tarp, 2004 model, always shedded; $23,000. Call Gary: 701-520-0611

'10 JD 635F, Field Ready, Nice Condition, $28,500. 701-361-4790

'12 Westfield 13-91, excellent condition, 60,000 bushels use, Harvest Ready, $16,000. 701-361-4790 New poly for 925 flex head. IHC to JD head adapter. 3pt hydraulic weed badger rotor tiller, 20in. High capacity DMC 54in rotary grain cleaner with unloading screen auger. 3pt 5ft woods finishing mower. Swath lifter guards. 3.7ft JD 2 angle blade. 701-430-3188 JD 3 row wide corn head and a JD 2 row wide corn head. 605-216-1315 FOR SALE: 2000 FX38 New Holland Forage Harvester, 6 row kemper corn head, 356 hay header, new knives & sheer bar; $75,000. Call: 204-322-5350

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FOR SALE: American Grain Dryer Model 2408, excellent condition. Ready to go to Work! Hutchinson 10"x61' auger with mechanical swing hopper & hydraulic scissor lift, in good condition, asking $2,500. Sheyenne 10"x72' auger with hydraulic swing hopper & hydraulic scissor lift, asking $3,500. Delivery Available. Can email pictures. 605-934-3594 FOR SALE: Case IH 1020 20' flex head with Crary air reel, has less than 500 acres on new poly and new SCH cutter bar. International 800 Series, 8 row, 20" cornhead, has poly tin 3 bifold snouts. Field ready. Parting out 1985 IH 1460. Delivery available and both have been stored inside. Can Email Pictures. 605-934-3594 Augers: Westgo, 8x32, poly flighting, $400. Sudenga, 10x31, pto, new, $3,200 Grain King, 10x31, electric motor, $2000. 605-380-1188 Pierpont SD FOR SALE: 2 John Deere 844 wide row corn heads. 1 Ray-Mac 8 row 36" sunflower head plus parts WORKS GOOD. Call: 605-875-3328 or 605-222-4476

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•'81 International 1480 Combine, set up for dry beans, bison rotor, unloading conveyor, good shape; $6500/obo. •2003 Armadas 18' pick up header, good shape; $4500/obo. •12R22" Harriston mid mount/rear mount bean knife; $2800. 701-741-7957

20' JD series rigid header with 2-9' Sund pickups, screened bottom, $1500/OBO. Parting out 1981 JD 8820- JD rear wheel assist includes heavy duty wide axle, rims and tires, hydro, transmission, rebuilt final drives and more. 12 row Alloway topper, $750/offer. Call 218-849-8439

For Sale: 1998 6950 J.D. Chopper Kernal processor Rear hydraulic 30.5 x 32 tires high arch spout Cummins N14 engine. 2001 8 row Kemper head 20 foot Call 701-398-3063

13111 Wheatheart Auger: 2 years old, slightly used, $19,500. Contact Luke, 701-640-9852.

Feteral 12x72 white nonswing hopper, auger, good condition, $4,200; Feteral 10x66 white grain auger, good condition, $2,200. 952-240-2193. Universal Bean Head 20' Sund pickup with bean roller full screen floor, always shedded, like new; $10,000. 701-547-3639

FOR SALE CIH 1020 30 foot flex head 1997 with Crary wind system. 14.9x24 tires and rims off CIH combine. 701-866-9217 Sacrifice Sale! 2020 CIH Flex head with auto header height fore/aft with Crary air reel used on less than 500 acres. $32,000 OBO. Delivery arrangements possible. Call 701-872-3066.

FARM FAN 1000H stack dryer, 2000 bushel per hour, good condition. Riteway land roller, 4245, field ready, $25,000. 701-710-0525 Verona, ND. J&M 750 Grain Cart with 30.5-32 tires and factory roll tarp, 14in auger, red in color, always stored inside. You Will Not Find One Nicer! Near perfect condition. $17,500 OBO. No Telemarketers. Call 605-949-0395

FOR SALE: Power takeoff Westfield auger, MK 10x71 with swing out hopper. $2500. Call 701-624-5437 or 701-720-1335.

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MF 860 combine $5500; MF 760 combine $3500; (2) MF 1183 30" 8 row corn heads, $3500 choice; MF 1163 8 row 22" corn head $3000; MF 1859 flex head $1500; All equipment always shedded and in very good condition. 218-334-2055 or 218-841-8711 2001 John Deere 930F flexhead, new poly, poly auger fingers, fore/aft. 50 series hookup. 2000 John Deere 930F flexhead, new poly, poly auger fingers. 50 series hookup. 701-371-8075

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5223 Engine Hours, Chopper, Rock trap, Specialty Rotor, Fore/AFT, Big Tires, Hopper Extension, This combine has been maintained and rebuilt yearly!! $26,000. Also with it we have a 25ft 1020 flex head $7000 or $30,000 for the combo. Call Mark for more details 701-238-2812 FOR SALE: Portable Drive over unloading pit, Sudenga conveyor chain type with drive over ramps. Call for more details 605-281-1436

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2007 Gerringhoff roto disk chopping corn head, 6 row 30", hydraulic deck plates, grain poly snouts, ear savers, single point hookup, very nice condition. $33,500. 701-640-7930 FOR SALE: JD 444 corn head, high back, good condition. 701-465-3505. 1993 JD 9600 Combine, w/2 year old Mud Hog RWD, 3713 engine hours, 2584 sep. hours. JD 930 rigid head. JD 930 flex head. All in nice shape. Foxhome, MN Call: 218-643-3750 or 218-770-4139 NEW 6 wheel header trailers. 36 ft, high speed, adjustable brackets, $4800. 701-351-0399. FOR SALE: 4000 International self-propelled swather with trailer, $4900. Call 605-870-1725

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Wilrich 30ft stock chopper, like new, 800-952-5006 MX130 Westfield auger, 13x91ft, low profile hopper with hydraulic swing hopper mover, used very little. Reason for selling, it wont reach my new bin. Call 605-770-8192

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JD 2004 630 flexhead. High Dam, finger auger. Excellent condition, always shedded. $13,000. 605-769-1123 FOR SALE: •30' Case IH Flex header crary air reel; $16,000. •J&M 750 Bushel Grain Cart, 14" auger; $9500/obo. •23 Shank white coulter chisel, flat fold, re-conditioned; $12,000/obo. 25' header trailer, $3300. 218-955-0888 FOR SALE: 1060 Gehl Silage cutter with 3 row narrow head and hay head. Hydraulic pivot tongue, tandem axles, all electric controls. Cutter is in good shape and shedded. Asking $4500 or OBO. 605-876-2921 evenings, please. 600 bushel grain cart, 1084 IH corn head, 1064 IH corn head, 3 row wide head for JD silage cutter, all in excellent shape. 605-881-2358. FOR SALE: 20 ft MacDon header, fits a bidirectional tractor, $3,000. Call 701-754-2729

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FOR SALE: 2 Demco 325 bushel gravity flow wagons, 12-5L-15" tires in good shape. $4000 for both. 605-359-4453

New Holland HW 325 Swather 1100 hrs, 36' Honeybee, pickup reel, fore-aft, clean, field-ready; $80k. 701-897-0086

FOR SALE: 1 John Deere header adapter for Shelbourne Reynolds fits CX, RX, SR style heads $1,000. 605-460-1233

Variable Frequency Drives/Phase Converters. Converts from single to 3 phase for 30 HP and less motors. Comes with enclosure and line reactors. Previously on a CMC grain bin. 605-750-0068

G-6000 9 foot Ag-Bag machine. Excellent condition. Phone 712-348-2577 or 712-472-2875 FOR SALE: 18 inch 3 HP fans, 3 phase with controls. 18 inch single phase fans, 3 HP. 5 horse motors, 3 phase. 6" air pipes & cyclones for air system. 500 gallon fuel barrel with pump. Call 320-269-8719 or 320-226-0296 FOR SALE: 2002 9650 STS 2772 engine hours, 2185 separator hours, 30.5x32 tires at 85%, no duals. Combine has went through the combine program at the John Deere Shop last winter. In very good condition. Have all the papers for your inspection and several heads to choose from. $80,000. 605-228-9188 or 605-228-3262 Eureka, SD

Combine parts for 7120: 2 rear factory combine hitches for pulling header trailers, fits all new Case IH Series. Ag Diesel solution engine chip, works great, easy to install. All parts half price of new. WANTED: Corn chaffer for 8010 or 8120 combine. 605-881-0154 Farm fans 1500 dryer, $35,000. Feterl 130ft grain auger, $3500. 605-290-7079 774 Brent grain cart, tarp, scale, 30.5x32 tires, new flighting, $20,000 OBO. 605-881-4919 863 Corn head with 1000 series updates, water pump bearings, dual drive, always shedded. 605-881-4919 JD 3970 3 row narrow silage cutter. Convey-All Transfer conveyer with Honda motor. Like new. 14' Richardton side dump. 1500 bushel hopper bin on skids. 605-460-0427

New Meridian Augers on Hand! Many models from 8"-14" and 30'-95', 4500Bu/hr -12000 bu/hr, Many Options, Call 701-361-4790 or NorthStar-Ag.com

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JD & Geringhoff cornheads, 6R30, 8R22, 8R30, 12R20, 12R22, other sizes available, new & used. Will also do reconditioning different row spacing or complete rebuild on JD cornhead. We offer full warranty on any JD gear box we rebuild Sales, Service & Rental MW Cornheads, Inc. Hillsboro, ND 701-430-CORN (2676) MC600 Grain Dryer, 3 phase electric, works well, asking $3,500. 218-557-8534 leave message JD 3960 silage cutter, comes with 2 row wide cornhead and 6ft pick up head, also 12ft Richardton dump wagon. All in good condition, all to go $5000 OBO. Call 605-845-2504

New & used Grain Carts on Hand! Many models to choose from, 750-1400 bu., Many options, Call 701-361-4790 or NorthStar-Ag.com

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1981 M/C 975, single phase, 230 volt, LP, 630 BPH at 5 point removal heat & cool, LP serial # 41916. $36,000. Gateway Building Systems Inc. 701-293-7202.

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FOR SALE: JD 224 header with 9" Lucky sunflower pan. 853 all crop header. 701-452-2451. Walter Ketterling Wishek, ND HiCap grain screeners, Model 54, counter rotating drums, with fill and screenings augers, just like new. Model 548 with fill auger, both always shedded. New Westfield J206-41 6"x41' auger with 5hp single phase motor. Elbow Lake, MN 320-808-0992 John Deere 630F Flexhead with Crary Air reel, low stone damn, new sickle sections, spare sickle, good plastic, header height in rigid mode, Contour Master, 60/70 series hookup, full finger auger, with header trailer. Stored inside. Very good and field ready. $22,500 OBO. 701-460-1326 or 701-460-1325 '07 JD 635F, poly fingers, single point hookup, very good poly. Also JD 980 27' chisel plow. Two depth standards with anhydrous and harrel, 25' head trailer. 507-360-9800 3960 JD forage harvester with 3 row 30in cornhead and 6ft hayhead, all for $4,500. Plus Richardton high dump wagon for $600. 605-881-0285 Bryant SD

HARVEST EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: IH 844 four row wide cornhead, working condition. Also for Sale, IH 555 silage cutter with 2 row wide cornhead and hayhead. Cutter was used last year and is in good condition. 605-324-3232 JD 12 row 20 inch Cornhead with poly snouts. Excellent condition, always shedded. Call 605-770-0176 or 605-940-7318 2008 Elmers 12R30" Bean Cutter, 1400 total acres. Call: 218-201-0782 FOR SALE: 3 Balzer silage wagons, 16 ft, galvanized roofs, heavy duty Balzer gears, still have most of paint on floors & aprons! Also a Gehl long-hopper, hithrow silage blower. All shedded. Call 507-828-5347 or leave a message on 507-532-9249 Marshall MN 1998 JD 9610 with duals, Greenstar, yield and moisture ready, chaff spreader, Fore and Aft, 3100 separator hrs, $42,500 or offer. 605-360-6740 or 605-759-1695 2004 Parker 938 Grain Cart, 1000 bushel with scale, printer and tarp. $35,000. 605-660-2535 FOR SALE: 2003 1290 JD Cornhead, 12 row 20in, hydraulic deck plates, single point hookup with knife rolls. Excellent shape, field ready. Call 605-281-1457 Loftness 2012 20' stalk shredder windrower, only used on 320 acres. Call John at 605-999-6050 1981 International 1480 Combine. Standard rotor and chopper. Well maintained, always shedded and in great condition. Many new parts over past couple seasons. Also has a PF Advantage Ag Leader yield monitor. Also for Sale is an International 983 8 row cornhead. Has been converted over to the 10 series head, less than 600 acres on new parts. Call 1-320-226-4116

HARVEST EQUIPMENT 2005 JD 630F S#HOO630F716350 near new condition in excellent shape $17500 OBO. JD 3975 Silage cutter S#EO3975X320201 with 3 row 30" head and pickup head. Excellent condition with long tongue, extra tall spout, inoculant applicator, hyd field control and wide axle. Pictures available for 630F and 3975. 605-460-2202, 605-460-1813 Don't need help selling equipment ALL CROP HEADER FOR SALE: 8 Row 30 in JD 835 all crop header. Has sunflower sides & back, shedded. Call 701-645-2593 or 701-388-2681 in Leonard, ND Feterl 10in Hydraulic Corn screener. Gehl 970 forage box with gear. 2 Badger forage boxes with gear. Brendt 410 grain cart. Farm King 7' 3pt finishing mower. Call 605-203-0836 2012 JD 9010R w/PTO $245,750 and w/o PTP $230,000. 320-848-2496 2012 JD 635F hydra flex head & 2012 630F hydra flex head $31,500 ea 320-848-2496 John Deere 3800 Silage cutter, 36" cornhead, 5ft hay head. $13,000 OBO. 7 ft Rotary mower, 3 point. 99 Chevrolet Venture van, 140,000 miles, good running, $2,800. 605-886-6511 Case IH 1020 30ft Bean head, 1999, has a field tracker, 3in cut, good poly, $4,500. 1996 1020 30ft, $3,500. IH 983 8 row narrow corn head, $4,500. JD 3960 silage cutter with 2 row narrow or wide head, $3,500. Several Gooseneck flatbed trailers from 25ft-40ft, starting at $5,000. Call 605-941-5904 or 605-363-3125 2005 CIH 2208 corn head good condition. 605-321-5542

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JD 925 R excellent working. Very good condition. Ready to go to the field. $4700. 605-492-7169 CIH 2208 Cornhead, 8R30, poly, good condition, $23,000. Clarke Machine 8225 Corn head, 8R22.5in, CAT & CIH combine adapters, $6,000. BATCO 1335 Conveyor, $4,900. Call 605-994-2382 or cells 605-994-7001 or 605-994-7002 20ft Versatile 400 Swather, JD 912 pickup head with JD pickup. Both shedded, good condition. 320-808-0992 Elbow Lake, MN No Telemarketers

450 Meyer Morten Grain Dryer. Good Condition. Single Phase. LP. $5,000. JD 930 F header. Very Good. $12,000. 218-289-1761 '01 JD 9650 STS 2136 sep hrs, CM DAS, F&A, hopper ext., 20.8x42 duals, yield/moisture monitor with GPS. '04 JD 630 Hydraflex header - non single point. '04 JD 9660 STS - 1624 sep hrs, 20.8x42 duals, hopper extension, CM, DAS, F&A, yield/moisture monitor. '04 JD 630 Hydraflex header single point hookup, excellent condition. 701-430-0745.

2008 New Holland 88C Flex Draper in excellent condition! $29,500. Call 701-640-4697. 1998 JD 930 Flex head, very good condition with poly end dividers; $5500. 1993 JD 940 Flexheads, choice of 2, good shape with good poly; $3800. Mahnomen, MN 218-930-0305 FOR SALE: JD 853 30" all crop header, 20' 820 IHC Flex head. Also, 15' 970 New Holland Dummy head. Call: 701-587-6086 or 701-388-6172 2007 New Holland 74C flex header, like new condition. 701-320-6325 or 701-320-6204

John Deere 925 Flex head, very good condition, good poly, hydraulic Fore and Aft, $7,000 OBO. 605-249-2531 or cell 605-680-1226 For Sale: Mac Don 960 Draper head, 30ft with finger reels; 971 New Holland 25ft Straight head; New Holland 974 8 row narrow Corn head in really good shape; 974 New Holland 6 row narrow Corn head. Sold combine so don't need the heads. Call 605-823-4807. FOR SALE: New Idea 3 Row 30" super picker. Good shape. $3500 OBO. 701-378-2225 or 701-866-4651

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2007 30ft high speed Loftness stock chopper and transport, $14,000. 10,000 gallon fuel barrel, $2,800. 320-583-5895

FOR SALE: Richardton 14' high dump wagon, big tires, roof opener, good condition. 605-380-2685 or 605-380-9573

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Unverferth 7250 grain cart with scale, tarp, hydraulic spout, and 30.5X32 tires. 17 inch corner auger and 1000 pto. Stored inside and in very good condition. Call 701-680-9195

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Geringhoff cornheads: 530RD, red, 2007, $34900 830RD, red, 2008, $51900 830RD, green, 2006, $49500 Free Delivery within 60-75 miles of Clinton, MN. Serviced, ready to go, 1 year warranty on gearboxes. Call Todd 320-760-7750

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Used BATCO 1835FLTD. One Year Old. Like New Condition. 10hp/Single Phase Electric. Low Profile Hopper. 14" Tube/18" Belt. $16,000. Many New Batco Conveyors and Wheatheart Augers in Stock. Call Chris at Mayo Mfg for more information. 1-800-223-5873 or 701-740-1747 (cell) MAYOMFG.COM

FOR SALE: Delux DGE 3000 Tower Dryer, all SS Screens. Will dry and cool 3000 BPH at 5pt removal. Excellent Condition 139,000. Dan 715-245-6194 1997 John Deere 1293 Corn head, 701-541-1366

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FOR SALE: John Deere 2009 635F, new guards, sections. Ready for field, $20,500. 701-391-2934

•2002 JD 914P 7-belt single point hookup $11,500. •38 ft. stud king header trailer tandem axle only a couple years old $6900. 701-430-0162

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INSTALLATION

FOR SALE: John Deere 608 cornhead with knife rolls, Header Height sensing and row sense. Nice head, $41,500. Also, 2010 635F with CWS, nice head, $31,000. 843 John Deere cornhead, fresh paint, $8,950. Call 701-391-2934

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To find a dealer in your area, contact Norstar Industries. Dealer Inquiries Welcome

DAKOTA POWERLIFT DOORS,LLC Jud,ND • 701-763-6232 doorguy@daktel.com

www.dakotapowerliftdoors.com

Box 119, R.R. 1 Morris, Manitoba R0G 1K0 Ph: 204.746.8200 Toll Free: 1.855.746.8200 Fax: 204.746.8074 Email: info@norstarindustries.ca

www.u-drain.ca

• Maintenance free, no grates to clean or remove • Trench drainage for all your commercial, industrial and residential products • Bolt together flanges, mounting tabs and rebar brackets for easy installation


A22 AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013

HARVEST EQUIPMENT

HARVEST EQUIPMENT

FOR SALE: White Fetrel 10x66 basic auger. No swing auger. Very good condition, asking $3250. Shivvers 26" -15 Hp fan with 15 Hp piggy back fan. Single phase. Both motors good. $500 takes them both. DMC Calc-u-Dri bin unload. Fits 24' dryer bin. Like new with 7 1/2 Hp single phase motor. $3250. Call 605-520-3065 or 605-881-4214. Hazel, SD JM 620 grain cart, tarp, no scale, green, $12,500. 605-949-0101

HARVEST EQUIPMENT

1997 JD 92 5 flexhead, very good condition, good poly, hydraulic Fore & Aft, single point hookup, PTO drives for 50 series and up. 605-894-4438 or leave message. FOR SALE: •Westfield Auger, MK13-111 choice of 2012 or 2006 Model year. •Inline centrifugal fan, 27", 10hp, single phase. •27" Propane Heater. •40' of 30" culvert, new. Call: 701-371-5195

NEW COST EFFECTIVE Sentry Series Buildings!

CONTACT LEROY RICHARD TODAY!

701-799-0288

FOR SALE: 1083 Case IH corn head with new water pump bearings and poly snouts on the ends, shedded. 810 dummy head with 5 belt IHC pickup, hyd drive, large wire concaves and chaffer sieve for 2188 or 2388. Also new clean grain elevator chain and new rotor belt. Ron Geffre 605-439-3432 Grouser 14' 6 way dozer blade. Fits 9100, 9200 or 9300 series Case IH 4WD tractors. High silage screen. Removable side plates. New cutting edge. Heavy duty. Nice! $13,800. Call 605-216-5664

Model 1400 Killbros Grain Cart, 750 bushel, 24.5x32 floatation tires, $10,000. 712-439-2518 evenings, or cell 712-470-4943 FOR SALE Fetrol Grain auger. 14"x100 ft, hydraulic lift, Model 14100 CSW. Swing hopper and 1000 PTO, $28,500 OBO. 605-380-6227

FOR SALE 1990 JD 9500, 4587 eng, 3399 sep hours, Mauer GTE chaff spreader, 25.5-32 tires. JD 844 36 cornhead JD 854A 36 all crop head All in good condition and has been shedded. Reason for selling went to narrow rows. 605-769-1361 605-769-1172

J & M 1325 on tracks, scale, tarp. J & M 875 grain cart, scale, tarp, 30.5x35 tires. J & M 750 grain cart, scale. Also new J & M carts available. Call 605-350-3225

Westfield MK 100x91 auger. Excellent condition, $7500. Buehler Farm King. 13"x85' auger. Excellent condition, $8000. 507-530-2762

FOR SALE: 693 John Deere corn head, $12,500; 2 - 1000 gal NH3 trailers, $1,000 each. Donald Viestenz, Erie, ND 701-668-2208 For Sale: 230 JD Header & Seed Eater Sunflower header. 9" pans with drum. Good Condition. 701-370-1782 FOR SALE: Brandt graindeck drive-over belt conveyor. 5 years old $7,300. Call 320-760-7035

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Grain Spreaders 1-E6 Spread-All Reversible Hi Speed like new $650. 1-Sukup Spreadway 3/4HP $500. 1-Sukup Spreadway 1/2HP $450. 1-Farm Fan spreader 1/4HP $150. 2-Spread Master Double funnel spreader $75 each. 2-Grain Levers with flappers (new) $150 each. Kieffer Oil Co. Fedora, SD 605-527-2466

FOR SALE: 25ft IH 1020 flex head, single side drive, has nearly new SCH wobble box and cutter bar, make offer. 320-226-0485

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1083 Corn Head in excellent condition, has 150 acres on new gathering chains and sprockets, has stock shoppers. Call: 701-739-0671 FOR SALE: 30' McDon 960 Harvest Draper Header w/30' finger reel, currently set up for New Holland combine, good condition; $8000/offer. Starkweather, ND Call: 701-292-4101

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HARVEST EQUIPMENT For Sale: 930 JD Rigid Head with fore and aft. 224 JD Rigid Head with finger reel. 220 JD Head with sunflower pans and sunflower reel. 612 JD head with Melroe pickup. 218-689-6872 or 218-442-7285 For Sale: 1025 bushel Unverferth Extreme grain cart Model 1015 with upgrade 512 scale package, tarp, 60 degree rotational downspout, 900/60R-32 tires. 218-280-3055 or 218-281-3866

WESTFIELD AUGER 8 X 71

for sale, with single phase 10hp electric motor and swivel wheel kit. Excellent condition. Wolverton, MN 701-640-8040 or 218-557-8838 Case IH 1680, 4450 hours, speciality rotor, rock trap, chopper, chaff spreader, excellent tires, lots of new parts, $22,000. 20ft steel box and hoist, $1,800. 1,000 gallon fuel tank, $600. 605-520-8311 or 605-625-5643 JD 220 flex head, $1,500. JD 454A 4 row wide all crop head, excellent condition, $1,600. 605-266-2780 1991 1680 Duals 18.4/38 hopper topper set up to run Geringhoff chopping head. Chopper, specialty rotor used to go with combine and used chaff spreader to go also. New triple chain in feederhouse with silencer final drives have been rebuilt in last 3 years. Grain loss monitor and yield monitor and mapping all new drive belts on feeder house and rock trap chain. Very good condition one owner. 2006 30 ft 1020 flex head with Crary air reel and SCH Guards and pro sections. 701-680-1424

USED GRAIN DRYER

New Super B, Model SQ 20A, 541 BPH at 5 points removal heat & cool, single phase, LP. $72,900. Gateway Building Systems Inc. 701-293-7202.

NEW 10

Meridian Augers on Hand!

Meridian Seed Tenders on Hand! Fast Sidedressers on Hand!

J&M Grain Carts on Hand!

Meridian 10-39, $700 Rebate .......$3,500 Meridian 12-39, $700 Rebate .......$5,200 Meridian 10-72, $1000 Rebate ...$10,000 Meridian 12-85, $1000 Rebate ...$17,000 2012 WestField 13-91, Demo......$16,000 MANY MORE AVAILABLE!

Meridian 375GN-8DX.....................$25,500 Meridian 375BH-8DX.....................$24,500 Meridian 375-8DX..........................$20,000 2009 Unverferth 3750, Bumper ....$16,750 2011 Meridian 375RT6-T, Bumper..$19,000 2013 Parker 360, Bumper, Scale...$19,000 ORDER BEFORE SEPT. 30TH FOR $1000 REBATE!

J&M 1401, Scale, tarp, 76/50 Tire......$69,000 J&M 1151, Scale, Tarp, 900/32 Tire ...$54,000 J&M 1000, Scale, Tarp, 900/32 Tire ...$47,500 J&M 875, Scale, Tarp, 800/32 Tire .....$37,500 Brent 772, Tarp, Scale, 800/32 Tire,..$16,000 2010 UFM 1015, Tarp, 900/32 Tires ..$40,000 Unverfeth 650, Tarp, 30.5/32 Tires ...$13,000

Fast 8224, 35R22, 2400 Gal., Duals..$79,500 Fast 8318, 23R22, 1800 Gal. .............$52,000 Fast 8224, 24R30, 2400 Gal., Duals..$76,500 Fast 8318, 15R30, 1800 Gal ..............$47,000 2012 Fast 8224, 23R30, Duals ..........$65,000 2011 Fast 8318, 23R22, 1800 Gal.....$37,500 ORDER BEFORE SEPTEMBER 30TH FOR 5% DISCOUNT

701-361-4790 • Buffalo, ND • Northstar-ag.com

HARVEST EQUIPMENT 1993 1688 CASE IH Combine rear assist rice tires on main drivers in front 2 years old. Specialty rotor, big top hopper to many up dates to name with extended unloading auger and 30 ft 1020 flex head with Crary air system 2 years old excellent condition. 701-680-1205 FOR SALE: 2 JD 853A heads, CIH adapters, good shape. 701-465-3491 or 701-889-2191 FOR SALE: 2 1293 Corn heads and 1 13x24 Farmhand stack mover. 701-320-0151 or 701-493-2562 FOR SALE: Two 7160 3 row 30in head Hesston silage choppers. Two Richardton dump boxes. Call 701-320-0151 or 701-493-2562 New Holland 790 field chopper, 36". Corn & hay head, remote spout. Leon Quick Tach Model 800 grapple. 701-437-2334 2002 John Deere 930F, new poly, new cutter bar, guard sickle and hold down plates, all new 500 acres. $12,500. 320-314-2631 '07 Case IH 2588 combine, AFX rotor, rock trap, chopper, 12 row ready, metric tires, Pro 600 monitor, 1700 hours, $117,000. '03 Case IH 1020 25' flex head, 3" cut, nice, $10,900. Case IH 1083 cornhead, $6750. Case IH 1020 30' flexhead, 3" cut, new oil bath gear box, $3900. 35' tandem axle head trailer, $4750. 320-769-2756 Corn Head Adapter plates for White or early MF rotary combine’s. Bish plate to mount Case IH head. Also, parts to mount HarvestTech corn head on White/MF. Call 605-214-1057 in Claire City, SD FOR SALE: 2009 612B Nonchopping cornhead. Stored inside, nice head, $58,000 OBO. Valley City, ND. 701-840-2330 or 701-840-0248. FOR SALE: 24ft & 30ft diameter Grain Bins, 200 plus aluminum aeration tubes for all configurations of bins. Keho aeration fans. Call 605-448-2491

DAMAGED GRAIN WANTED

ANYWHERE We buy damaged grain any condition -wet or dryincluding damaged silo corn TOP DOLLAR We have vacs and trucks CALL HEIDI OR LARRY

NORTHERN AG SERVICE, INC. 800-205-5751


AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013 A23

HARVEST EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: 5200 SP Forage harvester, 3 row wide corn head, 5 1/2 ft hay head, 4400 combine, 454 row crop head, 1003 NH bale wagon, Henke roller mill 7" x 45" rolls. 605-583-4230. JD 1291 Corn head 12-22 always shedded asking $28,500 or best offer. 402-375-0542. JD 1243 12 row 20 inch corn head, steel snouts, great shape $7500. JD factory grain bin extension for 70 series combine $250. JD flex head sickle 25 foot new for 900 series or older $350. 605-894-4435 2002 Case IH 2206 cornhead. 2 speed, AHHC and tracker, excellent shape, $21,500. 605-957-5830 or leave msg at 605-957-5833 Superb Energy Miser Continuous Flow grain dryer, Model SA625C, with 1000 hot bu per hour capacity, 3-phase, 48.5 max HP, 230 volt, $21,000 OBO. Call 605-380-6016 or 605-225-5427 FOR SALE: Neco Corn Dryer, Model 1680, 3 years old, excellent condition, 3 phase, propane, Call 605-480-0285 Harvest Tools •New Koyker flex store grain bagger system •IHC 1010 rigid head, 25ft bat reel •Buhler 13x85 grain auger •Mayrath 13x91 grain auger •New Header transport trailer, 25ft Photos @ RennerEquip.Com Call Corky at 605-848-1013

HARVEST EQUIPMENT 05 Drago 12 row 30" Chopping corn head. Set up for JD 60/70 series, $46,000; Also 01 JD 930F Flex head with full fingered auger, $10,800. Both heads excellent. Call 701-741-7957. 2007 JD 9760 STS, bullet roader, Y&M monitor, touch set, heavy duty reverser, power tail board, lincoln lube center, 42" duals, 28" rears, 1300 separator hours, been through shop. 2005 JD 935F Header, been gone through. JD 590 Swather, good shape. 701-230-9403 For Sale or Trade: Finger reel was on 4000 IHC. Parts shanks, cylinders, wheels for Wilrich or Vibrashank cultivators. 400 Versatile swather parts. Wanted: 400 IHC Tractor in good shape. Loader to fit 4630 JD. 701-650-1185

USED GRAIN DRYER

1995, M/C 975, 630 BPH at 5 point removal heat & cool, 3 phase, 230 volt, Serial # 55016, LP. $54,900. Gateway Building Systems Inc. 701-293-7202.

USED GRAIN DRYER

1971, American, 2420, 475 BPH at 5 points removal full heat batch dryer, LP, single phase. $24,900. Gateway Building Systems Inc. 701-293-7202.

USED GRAIN DRYER

1978, Super B AS1000Q, 380 BPH at 5 points removal full heat batch dryer, LP, 3 phase, 480 volt. $17,900. Gateway Building Systems Inc. 701-293-7202.

USED GRAIN DRYER

Pickett One-Step 8R30 8 bar pickup right delivery $18,000. Universal header 22 foot sund pickup $8,000. Both units stored inside. 701-265-2125 AGWEEK ads cover 4 states and bring results. Call 888-857-1920

CERTIFIED WINTER WHEAT SEED Matlock Darwin Peckham 605.492.7300

Meyer 850 tower dryer, 1,400 BPH at 5 point removal, LP, 3 phase. $29,900. Gateway Building Systems Inc. 701-293-7202. AGWEEK ads cover 4 states and bring results. Call 888-857-1920

HARVEST EQUIPMENT USED GRAIN DRYER

2008 NECO 24150, single phase, 230 volt, 1,425 BPH full heat at 5 points removal, LP. $64,900. Gateway Building Systems Inc. 701-293-7202.

USED GRAIN DRYER

1985 M/C 1175, 3 phase, 460 volt, 1,130 BPH at 5 point removal heat & cool, L/P serial # 46827. $84,900. Gateway Building Systems Inc. 701-293-7202.

USED GRAIN DRYER

1995 M/C 1080, 3 phase, 460 volt, 1,200 BPH at 5 point removal heat & cool, LP, serial # 54862. $99,900. Gateway Building Systems Inc. 701-293-7202.

USED GRAIN DRYER

HARVEST EQUIPMENT

SPRAYING EQUIPMENT

2001 JD 9750 STS Combine 4x4, $25,000 in work orders. $77,000; 1222 JD Corn head with poly snouts, $12,900; 630 Flex head with air bar; New! 2013 32ft tandem gooseneck trailer with Radial tires, $7,750. Call 701-361-4403 or 701-261-9999.

SPRAYING EQUIPMENT Montag Dry Fertilizer Cart New 24 Row 9 Ton H.O. Scale-$47,000 Klosterman AG @ 701-899-1439 Trac-Packer used once, like new. 605-864-5001

1981 M/C 975, 3 phase, 630 BPH at 5 point removal heat & cool, LP, serial # 42260. $56,000. Gateway Building Systems Inc. 701-293-7202.

FAST 120' Sprayer. Thrust boom, 2450 gallon tank, Norac boom control, straddle duels 30", like new condition; $65,600. (320) 284-2281

USED GRAIN DRYER

Call us to place your ad in AGWEEK class. 888-857-1920

1980 M/C 975, 3 phase, 630 BPH at 5 point removal heat & cool, LP, serial # 41478. $54,900. Gateway Building Systems Inc. 701-293-7202.

USED GRAIN DRYER

1979 M/C 675, 3 phase, 630 BPH at 5 point removal heat & cool, LP, serial # 39690. $55,000. Gateway Building Systems Inc. 701-293-7202.

USED GRAIN DRYER

Super B SD500 YQ, 3 phase, 480 volt, 500 BPH. Gateway Building Systems Inc. 701-293-7202. AGWEEK ads cover 4 states and bring results. Call 888-857-1920 AGWEEK ads cover 4 states and bring results. Call 888-857-1920 Call us to place your ad in AGWEEK class. 888-857-1920

FARMLAND FOR SALE

TRAILL COUNTY, ROSEVILLE TOWNSHIP Sealed bids will be received until 12:00 o’clock noon on September 30, 2013, at the Office of Stuart A. Larson, P.C., Attorney at Law, No. 1 North Main Street, Hillsboro, North Dakota 58045, for the sale of the following described real estate: The Northeast Quarter (NE1/4) of section three (3), township one hundred forty-six (146) north, range fiftythree (53) west of the fifth principal meridian, less right of way parcels, located in Trail County, North Dakota. These bids will be opened on September 30, 2013, at 1:30 p.m. at First and Farmers Bank, Portland, North Dakota, 58274. All bidders shall have the right to orally raise their bids at the time the bids are opened. Bidding forms and additional bidding information may be obtained from Stuart A. Larson, Attorney at Law, by writing P.O. Box 847, Hillsboro, North Dakota 58045, or calling (701) 636-4461. Owner reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids.

2012 Schaben Side Dress machine, 24 row 30, 1500 gallon tank, hypro pump, Raven 450 controller, nice shape. 605-949-1071 JD 4930/4920 Row Crop tires, 380/105/50 at 30%, rims & fenders; $7500/obo. Call: 701-351-0399 New and Used Fast Side Dressers and Sprayers on Hand!!, Multiple units on hand, row spacing, and options, Order before Sept. 30th for 5% Discount. 701-361-4790 FOR SALE: 3 point Summers sprayer, hydraulic pump, Raven control box, 300 gallon tank, nice condition. 701-430-3189 2012 Case IH 3330 Patriot sprayer, AIM command, auto steer, auto boom, foamer, rinse tank, Raven viper, Michelin tires, very nice, asking $195,000. Call 605-520-7021 FOR SALE: 2010 Apache 1210 sprayer, 90 foot boom, 1200 gallon tank, 650 hours, excellent condition. Call 605-354-3057

Safe. Secure. Smart.

New & Used Trailer Inventory Changes Daily HORSE TRAILERS • ‘07 Sundowner 4-H LQ w/slide • ‘03 Sundowner 4H LQ • ‘04 Exiss 4H WKNDR LQ • ‘94 Featherlite 3H WKNDR LQ • ‘97 Sooner 6H w/Midtack • 2000 Featherlite 6x14 2H GN • ‘04 Featherlite 16’ GN Combo

STOCK TRAILERS

SPRAYING EQUIPMENT Summers 2008 110ft Ultimate Suspended Boom Sprayer, Raven or John Deere auto rate controller, Swath Pro, 5 section shut off, 200 gallon rinse, 1000 gallon tank, 3-way nozzles with tips, 14.9x46 rubber, shedded & excellent condition; $24,500. Call: 701-351-0399 1997 Int. Silver Wheels liquid floater, auto trans, 49,242 miles, 1600 gallon tank, hydraulic boom height adjustment, 70 ft booms. Excellent shape. 701-477-3711

AGWEEK ads cover 4 states and bring results. Call 888-857-1920

FROELICH QUARTER HORSES 43rd Annual Production Sale Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013 1 p.m. CT Held at Froelich Ranch • Selfridge, ND 48 miles south of Mandan, Nd on Hwy. 6 or 30 miles north of McLaughlin, SD

Selling Ranch-Raised Weanlings Many are Roans Few Broke Ranch Geldings WEANLINGS LIKE THIS WILL SELL

• 2000 Featherlite 7x30’ 2 Gates/Rollup • ‘08 Featherlite 7x24’ 2 Gates • ‘04 Featherlite 7x24’ 2 Gates • ‘03 4-Star 7x24’ • ‘96 Featherlite 7x16’

NEW: Aluminum Trailers - Call For Quote

Circle Diamond Ranch Supply Stock Trailers • Horse Trailers • Cargo Trailers • Car Trailers • Snowmobile Trailers 1-800-735-9659 • 701-663-0634 • Mandan, ND 58554 www.featherlitend.com • email: bob@featherlitend.com

“Horses with disposition, color and confirmation

Complimentary Lunch Served at 12 Noon

For more information or catalog, call or write

Froelich Quarter Horses • Kelly Froelich

(701)422-3636

2804 87th St., Selfridge, ND 58568 email: froelich@westriv.com Visit our website at: www.froelichranch.com


A24 AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013

SPRAYING EQUIPMENT

ROW CROP EQUIPMENT

1998 150 Patriot. Field ready. 750 gallons, 75' boom, triple nozzle, Dickey John controller. New booms, starter. Two new tires. One good take off. 605-208-0516 or 605-895-2220 2006 Fast 9420 with 90ft booms, 20in spacing, 1000 gal tank, $19,500. 2004 7420 with 90ft booms, 20in spacing, 1000 gal tank, $18,500. 605-861-9811 FOR SALE: JD 7500 Forage Harvester, 800/65R32, kernel processor, high arch spout, rear hydraulics, inoculant tank, IBT, auto lube, new knives, nice paint & decals, $30,000. John Deere shop reconditioning. $109,000. 688 JD rotary head, $34,900. 640A 4 meter pickup head, $11,900. 73 C65 tandem Chevy twin screw, Hendrickson suspension, recent 427, 3x5 trans, 10.00x20 tires, 19ft steel box and hoist, new roll tarp, Flare sided 19ft silage liner, $10,900. Call 605-850-9396 Call us to place your ad in AGWEEK class. 888-857-1920

CUSTOM FARMING

2008 Elmers 12R30" Bean Cutter, 1400 total acres. Call: 218-201-0782 FOR SALE: 2010 H&S beet cart, 30 ton, hydraulic drive, 35.5x32 tires, like new. Call 218-689-5659 or 218-988-0058. H&S band sprayer. Shedded. Above average condition. With or without Raven controller. Post-season deal. Call 218-779-0833.

CUSTOM FARMING

MIDWEST EXCAVATING & DRAINAGE Custom Rotary Ditching RTK GPS EQUIPPED! Now Booking Late Summer and Fall Ditching

Call Joe: (218) 201-0654

Harvesting Wanted

Wheat, peas, lentils, soybeans (930F w/crary air reel) corn, sunflowers, canola. All crops wanted, all headers available. 1-9610, 2-Semis, more trucks & grain carts available for corn. Will cut with farmer.

Call John @ 701-230-3879

FOR HIRE: Two 30ft pull type windrowers for millet harvest. 605-870-1230 or 605-875-3467

Custom Fertilizer Application $5 per acre this Fall We also do custom grain hauling.

Call Brady at 218-684-5969 for more information WANTED Soybeans & Corn to Harvest. 719-349-5444

ST. HILAIRE MACHINERY AUCTION

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14TH • 9:00 A.M. SHARP!!!! LOCATION: ST. HILAIRE, MN. ( 6 MILES SOUTH OF THIEF RIVER FALLS ON ST. HWY 32)

AUCTIONEERS NOTE: PARTIAL LISTING. WE WILL ACCEPT QUALIFIED CONSIGNMENTS THROUGH FRIDAY NOON. CALL IN BIDS WELCOME IF YOUR SCHEDULE DOES NOT ALLOW YOU TO ATTEND. SOME PH. # ARE INCLUDED SO YOU MAY TALK DIRECTLY TO THE OWNERS. LATE ADDITIONS & PICS ON WWW.REDRIVERRON.COM TRACTORS: JD 7520 4WD, 2 remotes, 3 pt., pto, 23.1 x 34” & 18.4 x 34” duals , ph. 745-5677; IHC 1066, 2 remotes, 3 pt., cab, 2 ptos, 18. 4 x 38”, axle duals, ph. 289-6367; 1970 JD 2520 GAS WIDE FRT., cab, 2 remotes, 3 pt. side console, 540 & 1,000, 5480 org. hrs. s.n. ; S.N. 020173R ph. 783-6111; JD 4010 GAS, 3 pt. 2 remotes 16.9x 38”, chains; DAVID BROWN 990 DIESEL w/ CASE LOADER, manure fork, dirt bucket, 3 pt. , 2 remotes, pto pump; PTO clutch bad ph. 964- 5668; CASE 930 COMFORT KING, 2 remotes, pto , 18.4 x 34, ph. 253-2368; M.F. 20 GAS UTILITY, 3 pt., shuttle shift ph. 681-3750; M IHC WIDE FRT. w/ KOYKER LOADER PTO pump ph. 230-4046; 2- DUAL LOADERS; FREEMAN LOADER, JD mts; FARMHAND F-11C LOADER w/ grapple; SKID LOADER & ATTACHMENTS: MITEY MAC II, Ford ind. eng., $2,000 recent repr., snow bucket ph. 686-4651; 72” H.D. MANURE FORK & GRAPPLE; NEW STOUT 72” BRUSH GRAPPLE; NEW STOUT 72” ROCK BUCKET; NEW LOWE SKID LOADER AUGER-12 & 18” bits; NEW 42” PALLET FORK ATTACH.; TANKS: 4,000 GAL FUEL TANK; 2-500 GAL. w/ 110 v. pumps; 500 GAL FUEL TANK; 300 GAL. OVER HEAD FUEL TANK; 2-1000 GAL. DIESEL TANKS; 260 GAL FUEL TANK; 450 GAL. POLY TANK; MISC.:9,000# ROTARY 4 POST VEHICLE HOIST, hyd. over elec., gd cond.; CAR DOLLY; 2 FORK TYPE ROCK PICKERS; 55 SHEETS 14’ STEEL SIDING; VARIOUS LENGTHS- 20’ WHITE CORR. PRO RIB STEEL SIDING; MANURE BUCKET; TRACTOR CHAINS; 2-GUAGE WHEELS; 2- STABILIZER WHEELS; VIBRA CHISEL SHANKS; 5’ X 7’ STONE BOAT; 6’ JD ROAD DRAG; PICKUP TOOLBOX; JD QUICK HITCH; 4- I BEAM SAW HORSES; DMI CUSHION HITCH BUMPER; 20’ BATT REEL; HOSSFELD # 2 IRON BENDER; 16” ELECTRIC PIPE THREADER; TRAILER OF TOOLS ( estate-sells at 9:00); ANTIQUE MACHINERY: CHIEF BEMIDJI WOOD FLARE BOX w/ WOOD SPOKED WHEEL WAGON, good shape; 2-1 ROW HORSE CULTIVATORS; DISC PLOW; GANG PLOW; MN. SICKLE MOWER; IHC 2 ROW PLANTER; 12’ GRAHAM HOLME CHISEL, manuel; 2 BOTTOM P.T. PLOW; SCRAPERS & BLADES: 8 YD. MIDLAND SCRAPER; 6 YD. EVERSMAN SCRAPER; SOILMOVER 2 YD. SCRAPER; 3 PT. BLADE; MIDLAND 2 YD. SCRAPER; NEW 10’ P.T. BOX SCRAPER w/ cylinder; 8’ 3 PT.KING KUTTER BOX SCRAPER/ SCARIFIER, like new; 60 BUS. HOG FEEDER; TRUCKS:1979 C-70 CHEV. T.S. w/ 20’ box , 427, 5x 4 ph. 253-2861; 1961 FORD TAG TANDEM w/ 18’ BOX, 390 5 X 2, ph. 253-2861; 1959 FORD S.A. 2 T. TRK w 14’ BOX, r.t., 292, 4 x 2 ph. 698-4235; 1971 FORD ½ T. w/ SERVICE BODY, low miles, 6 cyl. 4 spd, ph. 698-4235; 1954 DODGE 1 ½ T. w/ box & hoist ph. 465-4329; VEHICLES/ BUS: 2005 FORD FREESTAR MINIVAN, 4.2, loaded, auto start, 124k ph. 686-4651; 1989 FORD 1 T. CREW CAB 4WD, 460, 5 SPD., CLEAN ph. 2304046; 1985 FORD F-150 2WD PICKUP , 4 spd., 110k ph. 701 739-3414; 1973 IHC 1 T. 4WD FLATBED TRUCK, 6 cyl., auto; 1994 OLDS 98 REGENCY, 3.8, 225K, ph. 796-5212; 1997 CHEV. K 1500 4WD REG. CAB, V-6, auto., needs windshield plus, ph. 689-3423; 1969 GAS SCHOOL BUS, ph.686-0263; SEMI & GRAIN HOPPERS: 1995 IHC 9200 SLEEPER SEMI, M-11 Cummins 370 h.p., 10 spd. Spicer, 52” sleeper, 2006 eng. o.h, trans. & rear end work, virgin tires, air ride ph. 686-3109; 1993 42’TIMPTE GRAIN HOPPER, 78”sides, elec. high riser S.F. ext., elec. roll tarp, air ride, virgin rubber, ph 6863109; 1984 42’ TIMPTE GRAIN HOPPER, 66”, roll tarp, spr. susp.; 1978 40’ TIMPTE GRAIN HOPPER, 78” sides, new roll tarp; GRAVITY WAGONS/ TRAILERS: PARKER 2 COMPARTMENT GRAVITY WAGON, w/ 2 drill fill augers; M & W 2 COMPARTMENT GRAVITY WAGON, 16.5 X 16.1 tires, 400 Bus.; BRADFORD 250 BUS. GRAVITY WAGON; 100 BUS. GRAVITY WAGON; 28’ GOOSENECK TANDEM AXLE FLATBED, wood deck, no title; NEW 18’ T. A. HULL HYD. TILT CAR TRL., 3500 #; 15’ TANDEM AXLE CAR HAULER, hyd tilt; 26’ STEEL HANDY-HAULER HAY/ EQUIP. ; NH3 WAGON, 16.5 X 16.1 tires; NH3 WAGON, 11 L tires; 1,000 GAL. NH3 TANK & WAGON, 12 gal 12 V. pump; TILLAGE: 25’ VERSATILE 1610 OFFSET ROCK FLEX DISC., new bearings & rebuilt cylinders; 27’ J.D. 1610 CHISEL PLOW, w.t., 3 Herman; 27’ J.D. 1600 CHISEL PLOW, w.t., 3 bar; 17’ IHC 5500 HI CLEARANCE CHISEL PLOW; JD 16’ 3 PT. CHISEL PLOW; 6-16” MELROE AUTO RESET P.T. PLOW; 2-5-16” J.D. 3100 PLOWS w/ hitch; 4 BOTTOM J.D. PULL TYPE PLOW; J.D. 5 BOTTOM 3 PT. PLOW; 18’ J.D. 3 PT. DRAG; 24’ IHC 45 FIELD CULTIVATOR, 3 bar; 21’ IHC 45 FIELD CULT.; 21’ CASE 365 S TINE CULT w/ rolling baskets; 12’ J.D. CCA FIELD CULT.; 6 - BOTTOM JD MTD. PLOW; 2 SECTION DRAG; 21’ IHC VIBRA CHISEL, harrow; 35’ SUMMERS 4 BAR CHISEL HARROWS; TIRES & TRACKS: 2-30” TRACKS, CASE IH QUAD; 2-30.5 X 32” TIRES; 1-900/60R/ 32 (90%); 2-18.4 X 34” TIRES; 2-14” X 34” TIRES; 1-14.9 X 38”; 14.9 X 24” TIRE; 2- 445/ 65R/ 19.5 W/ RIMS 16 PLY; 8.25 X 15 TRL TIRE; 5-9 .00 X 20, DAYTONS; NEW 8.25 X 20”; 4-265/60R 18 (90%); 3-SETS 18.4 X 34”” BAND DUALS; FORAGE & LIVESTOCK: JD 3950 FORAGE CHOPPER w/ 2-30” CORN HEAD & HAY HEAD, shedded, gd. cond. ph. 416-0130; JIFFY 920 BALE PROCESSOR, 1,000 PTO; RICHARDTON SIDE DUMP FORAGE BOX; 14’ MILLER PRO FORAGE DUMP WAGON; 3 PT. BALE SPEAR; 60 BUS. HOG FEEDER; IHC 530 MANURE SPREADER; NEW HOLLAND SIDE DELIVERY RAKE; 3 PT. BALE FORK; 6x 16’ & 5 X 16’ BUMPER HITCH STOCK TRLS.; 300-T POSTS; BARBED WIRE ROLLS; HARVEST & GRAIN HANDLING: MF 750 COMBINE, gear drive, grey cab; AMERICAN 2416 300 BUS. AUTO BATCH DRYER w/ vaporizer, .recent tuneup, ph. 280-0617; AMERICAN 2412 AUTO BATCH DRYER, vaporizer ph. 280-0617; 8” X 51’ WHEATHEART AUGER w/ 7 ½ h.p. elec.; 8” X 36’ WESTFIELD AUGER, elec. motor; 2- 3 HP KEHO FANS, 5 H.P. KEHO FAN; HALF MOON AERATION DUCTS; RECREATIONAL: 2000 SPORTSMAN 500 POLARIS 4X 4, camel ph. 686-4687; POLARIS SPORTSMAN 4X4; EL SENORE MOTOR BIKE, 250MT 2 cycle, low miles; 1981 YAM AHA SPECIAL II 400, MODEL RS, ph 796-5212; SNOWMOBILE CUTTER; HEADERS & TRL: CASE IH 1083 CORNHEAD (8-30”), completely reconditioned; J.D. 843 L.P. OIL DRIVE CORN HEAD (8-30”); CASE IH 30’ 1020 FLEX HEAD, fore & aft, gear box drive; J.D. 930F FLEX HEAD, fore & aft, full finger auger, pto hook ups; J.D. 930F FLEX HEAD, full finger auger, pto hook ups; JD 930 FLEX HEAD, poly pt., fore & aft; 2- M.F. 1859 FLEX HEADS; N.H. 24’ RIGID HEAD, batt; 2013 35’ TANDEM AXLE HEADER TRL.

AREA FARMERS & DEALERS, Owners

RON MCKERCHER AUCTIONS ST. HILAIRE, MN. • ph. 218 686-2048 • www.redriverron.com

CUSTOM FARMING

CUSTOM FARMING

Jim River Fencing Volin, SD Farm, Ranch, Feedlot and Commercial Fencing Installation of new fence, tear out, repair work, and now offering tree shearing. Serving SD, NE, IA, & ND Call today for a free estimate. Jim: 253-228-1911 Elizabeth: 307-620-2914 Email:

jimriverfencing@hotmail.com or check us out online at Jimriverfencing.com

For Rent: 70' Brandt Heavy Harrow. 30' and 37' Horsch Anderson Jokers. Custom combining with Lexion 585R and 40' Flex head. Call Kevin, 701-269-6466 or Andrew, 701-269-6453. Rotary Brush Mowing & Tilling Service. Mower & tiller are a very maneuverable 5 ft cut width. Call 605-228-0140 CALVIN HARVIE HARVESTING Fall Harvesting wanted, corn, beans or sunflowers, two JD 9770, 4 semi’s, grain cart and tractor. In ND and SD. Call Calvin 719-342-0722 Will transport equipment with de-tach low boy within 500 mile radius of Watertown SD 605-520-5316

Looking for Corn, Soybeans, & Sunflowers to Harvest. 4 John Deere combines available. Call Tim 620-204-0444 or Bryan at 620-341-1773 LOOKING for Fall crops to harvest. Soybeans, corn, sunflowers, & wheat. Two combines & support equipment. Call 316-258-5658 or 316-258-2335. We rebuild broken or bent combine header augers to better than new condition. Heavy duty rebuilt table auger. Poncelet's Welding Jeff Poncelet, Ramona, SD 605-482-8405 or 605-480-4860

EMPLOYMENT

EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted for the 2013 Harvest Season. Must have clean driving record, CDL is helpful, if you do not have one will help obtain one. We run John Deere equipment. 605-228-0031 Central SD Farm/Ranch seeking motivated, responsible individual for general farm work. Housing available. Wages negotiable. 605-943-5664 HELP WANTED: Full-time and/or part time on Farm/Livestock operation in SE ND. Duties include but no limited to planting, harvesting, grain hauling, general maintenance and repair and all aspects of cow/calf operation. Wage DOE, valid driver license and references required. Mechanical and welding skills also necessary. Call Chuck at 701-710-0502

for sugar beet harvest. No CDL required. Please call 218-455-3521

Seasonal Farm Help Will include but not limited to truck driving, grain cart, combining, fall field work. Valid driver’s license necessary. Wage DOE. Contact Chuck at 701-710-0502

Full Time/Part Time Position Available for responsible and dependable person on feedlot and farming operation. Newer home available 3 bedroom & 2 bath. If interested please call 605-354-9006

Farm Help wanted in the Watertown, SD Area for Fall 2013. With possibility of full time position. Experience with newer, larger equipment and trucks is a plus. Pay based on experience. Call 605-881-0281

Looking for

Semi Truck Drivers

ABSOLUTE DEALER AUCTION

Wednesday, September 25, 2013 • 10:00 AM FRONTIER AG & TURF

Location - Cannon Falls, Minnesota

Live On Line Bidding Available – Gehling Live.Com

COMPLETE INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE DON’T MISS THIS SALE EVERYTHING SELLS!!

TRACTORS J D – 5095M-MFWD-2010-482 hrs., 5085M-MFWD-2010-875 hrs., 5101E-MFWD2008-5 hrs., 5420-2 Wheel- 2002-2456 hrs., 6420-2 Wheel-2002-4314 hrs., 6410 MFWD-1999-7564 hrs., 6110 MFWD-1998-4009 hrs.w/JD 640 Loader, 7810 2 Wheeler-1998-5487 hrs., 5400 MFWD1996-1446 hrs.’ 2755 – 4040 -8500 hrs., 2640 - 4020 Console-1971, 4020, New Holland TG 305MFWD-2006-1646 hrs.-Frt. & Rear Duals, T8050 MFWD - Frt. & Rear Duals, TN 55S-2 Wheel6200 hrs., Ford 2600, Cat 55- 5500 hrs., Kubota-M9000-2 Wheel, 1219 hrs., M 6800- 2 Wheel-5052 hrs., L 235 MFWD-1717 hrs., I H 1468, 686, Case 1070, Combines J D 9770 STS-886 hrs., 9670 STS - 708 hrs, 9760STS-1920 hrs., 9610- 2000 hrs., (2) 6620, Case IH 8010-803 hrs., N H- CR9402370 hrs., Corn Heads- JD 606C Stalk Master, 608C- 2012, 843, 643, Case IH 2612- 12 Row 30”, NH – 98C- 8 Row 30”, Geringhoff – RB 630, RB 1800- 18 Row 20”, Flex- JD- (2)630F, 625F, Case IH3020-35’w/Crary Air Reel, (2) 1020-30’, All Types of Hay and Forage Including NH – FX58- SP Chopper, Assort. of Heads off S P Choppers, All Other Types of Farm Equipment and a Large Selection of Lawn and Garden Equipment. Terms: JD financing and programs available call or stop at any Frontier Ag & Turf location, all other items cash or good check day of sale.

Box 250 Preston, MN 55965 AUCTION, INC.

Gehling Auction Co.

For a complete listing and photos go to www.gehlingauction.com or call or stop in at any Frontier Ag & Turf location or call Gehling Auction co. 1-800-770-0347


AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013 A25

EMPLOYMENT FULL CIRCLE AG

Full Time Commercial Custom Applicator •Britton •Doland, SD •Groton, SD •Hecla, SD •Pierpont, SD Responsibilities include chemical and fertilizer application and maintenance. Must have CDL or the willingness to obtain one. Full Time Truck Drivers •Doland, SD •Groton, SD Duties will include hauling dry fertilizer or chemicals from the plant to the applicators and customers. Must have a CDL or the willingness to obtain one. Sales Agronomist •Gwinner, ND Full Circle Ag is seeking a Sales Agronomist. Duties include selling seed, fertilizer, chemical and scouting fields. Agronomy Degree and 2 years experience required. CDL is helpful Please submit all resumes and applications to: Melissa Grandpre PO Box 45 Groton, SD 57445 Office: 605-397-2671 Driver Wanted for Machinery hauling. Salary & benefits negotiable. Call 605-216-0521 or 605-380-2133

EMPLOYMENT Individual Wanted to Report Feeder Cattle Auctions for USDA. Multiple locations to select from. Aberdeen, Herreid, Mobridge, SD and Napoleon, ND. Cattle knowledge a must. General computer skills necessary. Part-time contract employment. Contact Justin Lumpkin @ 605-228-5202 Truck Driver Wanted for large cattle feedlot. Looking for a driver with a Class A CDL for cattle and grain. Must have a clean driving record and experience with cattle. Redstone Feeders, LLC feedlot is located between De Smet and Iroquois. Call Scott 605-350-2420 CDL HOLDERS and Loader Operators We have driving and loading positions open NOW throughout the valley in East Grand Forks, Hillsboro, Moorhead, Drayton and Crookston. BE HOME DAILY. Operate new equipment. Safe, compliant work environment. Medical, Dental, Vacation, Holiday and 401K. Housing available. Apply online at transystemsllc.com or call 800-557-3520 Ask about our $2000 Start up bonus!

LAND & FARMSTEAD FOR SALE ON BIDS Warren, MN McCrea Township ̶ Marshall County

400.0 Total Acres in Two Tracts Well Suited to Wheat/Corn/Soybeans/Sugar Beets Located 5 Miles East of Warren, MN on Cty Hwy #1 LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS 1. NW¼ Section 1, T154 N R47 W (160.0 ac) 2. SW¼ Section 36 & E½SE¼ Section 35, T155 N R47 W (240.0 ac) BID PROCEDURE Written bids will be received at the office of Red River Land Co, LLC until 12:00 (noon) on Wednesday, September 25, 2013. Those submitting the ten highest written bids on each parcel will be notified and invited to attend the oral bidding to be held on Friday, September 27, 2013 at 10:00 am at the Bremer Bank in Warren, MN. TERMS OF SALE & CLOSING The terms of the sale are cash. A 10% earnest money deposit will be required of the successful bidders on the date of sale, with the balance due in 30 days. Seller will provide updated abstracts of title or title insurance evidencing marketable title. Seller reserves the right to reject any and all bids; and to waive any irregularities. For a detailed brochure and bid form contact John Botsford at:

Bremer Bank Building 3100 South Columbia Road Grand Forks, ND 58201 Phone: 701-757-1888 www.redriverlandco.com

EMPLOYMENT NOW HIRING!

Assistant Elevator Manager & Experienced Truck Drivers

(local grain & feed hauling) Both positions require CDL, good driving record & references. Must be dependable. Competitive wages - DOE. Housing available.

Contact Holli Jo @ 701-349-5316

AGWEEK ads cover 4 states and bring results. Call 888-857-1920

EMPLOYMENT Immediate openings for Farm Laborers & Truck Drivers for Potato, Grain & Sugarbeet harvest in the Grafton, ND area. Possible year-round employment. Call Cindy,701-520-0127.

EMPLOYMENT Harvest help & truck driver for sugarbeet & corn harvest. Pay based on experience. Located 70 miles SE of Fargo. 218-770-4411.

EMPLOYMENT Truck Drivers for Beet Harvest. CDL preferred. Pre-pile Sept. 16. $20/hour. Climax, MN area. Housing possible. 218-280.3360.

ND Shipping Availabl Call Tim Andee rs Granville, ND on 701-626-1612

For a list of upcoming consignments or market reports visit www.perhamstockyards.com


A26 AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013

EMPLOYMENT Full time position to assist large animal vet, benefits DOQ, farm experience required. Position open immediately. Send resume to: Huron Vet Hospital, 340 4th Street NW, Huron, SD 57350 or call for information 605-352-6063 Looking for Fall Harvest Farm Help. Preferably a CDL license, please call Chad at 507-275-3176 if interested

EMPLOYMENT Full time position on purebred cow/calf and grain farm. Looking for someone responsible and motivated. Must have drivers license. Housing & utilities provided. Some benefits. Located East Central SD Contact Brett at 605-690-7261 WANTED: Someone to build 2 possibly 3 GSI 67,000 bushel bins by the Wessington Springs area. 605-354-2127 or tswenson@venturecomm.net

Linda Halvorson Farmland Sale Richland County, North Dakota +/- 152.71 Total Acres +/- 145.05 Cropland Acres SE1/4 Section 31-134-51 Garborg Township Terms of Sale: Seller is offering property for sale, as is, on a cash basis only. Written bids will be received until 4:00pm Monday, September 30, 2013. A cashier’s check equaling 10% of written offer is required with the bid, (personal checks will not be accepted). Bid offers are to be for the total purchase price, a per acre bid will not be accepted. The top five initial bidders will be invited to participate in an oral auction to determine the final purchase price. Oral auction to be held at 10:00 AM, Thursday, October 3, 2013 at the Kennelly and O’Keefe Law Firm – 720 Main Ave, Fargo, ND. Cashier’s checks for those bidders that were not successful will be promptly returned. Bids are to be submitted to Kennelly and O’Keefe – Attn: Dean Rindy, PO Box 2105, Fargo, ND 58103 Bid Information: For bid packets and additional information please contact Kennelly and O’Keefe - Dean Rindy at 701-271-8500. Seller or seller representatives do not warrant information, it is the bidder responsibility to review and inspect the property. All land will be sold as is. Seller retains the right to reject and accept any offer and also waive any bid irregularities.

EMPLOYMENT

SEEKING SALES AGRONOMIST

AgServ Consulting is seeking a Sales Agronomist for the NW MN area. Duties include scouting fields, reporting to growers, making recommendations, selling seed, and dealing with VR technology. Agronomy Degree is required and pay will depend on experience. Please submit all resumes and applications to: Lance Woinarowicz PO Box 165 Stephen, MN 56757 Office: 218-478-0216 Email: lance@agserv.com AGWEEK ads cover 4 states and bring results. Call 888-857-1920

EMPLOYMENT

EMPLOYMENT

Full time position on farm/feed lot operation in western South Dakota, looking for a honest, dependable and motivated person, with cattle and machinery experience. Housing available and references required. Call 605-645-7001

HARVEST HELP WANTED: CDL Truck drivers and Combine operators now thru fall harvest. Possible year round employment for truck drivers. Must be reliable, responsible, and motivated. CALL 605-280-3835

Harvest Help Wanted in the Aberdeen Area. Immediate opening through December. Possibly longer. 605-380-8322 or 605-216-3875 CATTLE/GRAIN operation looking for full-time experienced hired hand, in Bowdle, SD area. Housing provided, paid holidays, non smoker, NO indoor pet. References required. Please call 605-442-2584 or 605-228-2942 WANTED: Person for year round farm work, livestock, grain farm & truck driving. Call 605-770-2528 AGWEEK ads cover 4 states and bring results. Call 888-857-1920

EMPLOYMENT

Full time position on grain farm in southeast North Dakota Duties include planting, spraying, harvesting, maintaining equipment. Must have mechanical & welding skills. 701-799-9101 leave a message Driver Aberdeen IMMEDIATE OPENING! Class B CDL Driver/Warehouse

Immediate opening on Harvest crew. Trucking or Machinery operator positions open. Needed until around Dec. 1 with possibility for year round employment to the right applicant. Meals and boarding provided. Contact Gary at 507-360-9346 or Paul at 507-360-2674. Drivers needed for beet harvest starting October 1st. Semi and tri-axel trucks. $22/hour. Gas reimbursed for travel. Experienced drivers only. Call 701-289-0315.

BUILDINGS/ BINS #1 GRAIN BIN MOVING:

46-years experience, licensed and insured, most all types of bins and tanks. We specialize in grain bin moving. Compare our rates! BRODERICK MOVERS Rock Lake, ND 701-266-5577 Bismarck, ND 701-550-0444

Retention Bonus $1,000 FULL BENEFITS PACKAGE Contact our HR Dept. Monday thru Friday 8 AM - 4 PM 800-672-0709 Submit Resume to: BROWN-WILBERT, INC. 2280 N. Hamline Avenue St. Paul, MN 55113 Fax: 651-842-3493 hr@brown-wilbert.com WANTED Person for year round farm work, livestock, grain farm & truck driving. Call 605-770-2528 Full Time Semi Truck Driver, CDL with HAZMAT endors. req. Deliveries to dealers, returning daily. Pick up application at Winfield 39280 133rd St or Call Steve at 605-225-1372

Ahrens Bin Sales Located near Redwood Falls, MN Largest supply of Used Grain Equipment in the upper Midwest. Bins from 4,000 Bu - 50,000 Bu. 16,000 bushel bin with full floor. 56,000 bushel bin with whole floor and 10" power sweep. 507-697-6133 please leave message. www.usedbinsales.com Complete Shivvers System for 27ft bin with four 28 inch 10-15HP Shivvers Blue Flame Turbo drying fans & rooftop unloading augers. Call 605-770-0176 or 605-940-7318

LAND AUCTION

427+ Acres • Richland County, North Dakota SELLING IN MULTIPLE TRACTS!

Thursday, September 26, at 10:00 AM Holiday Inn, 3803 13th Avenue South in Fargo, North Dakota

• TRACT 1: 154.8± Acres; SW¼ of Section 1, T134 R50 • TRACT 2: 157.37± Acres; NW¼ of Section 1, T134 R50 • TRACT 3: 159.6± Acres; NE¼ of Section 1, T134 R50 • Excellent protected farmstead, great to build on • Short commute to Fargo or Wahpeton, North Dakota • Good farm land and native pasture land

For property details, contact:

Dale Haugen, Agent Auctioneer, Lic #198 Lisbon, North Dakota

L-1300756

(701) 973-2106 or (701) 680-2395 DHaugen@FarmersNational.com

For more information, visit our web site at

www.FarmersNational.com

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AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013 A27

BUILDINGS/ BINS

BUILDINGS/ BINS

#1 GRAIN BIN MOVING: Up to 28ft. in diameter or 12,000 bushel. Plus hopper bins up to 5,000 bushels. Licensed and insured. Also move grain dryers and vertical fuel tanks up to 25,000 gallons. First, fast and friendly, call us for a quote. GROTTE MOVING, Finley, ND. 701-524-2323, cell 701-238-2992. FOR RENT: 17,000 Bushels of Grain Storage in the Hatton/Northwood area. 701-587-6093

BUILDINGS/ BINS

For your Ag Building Restoration and New Building Construction needs call Don Christiansen at Elite Construction 1-816-806-2343 (cell) 1-605-598-6626 (home) David O’Daniel - Foreman 1-605-450-9926 Faulkton, SD

FOR SALE: 7000 Bu Behlen bin. 21' Diameter x 5 rings high. Full floor with sump & unloader. Coldwell 7.5 HP fan. 3000 Bushel Behlen bin. Also have Lorrich 3000 Bu cone bin. Heavy wind damage. Harvesting equipment JD 930 bat reel with hyd motor. 605-765-2863

★★★★★ All Steel Buildings. We Build Any Size! Holtey Construction 605-225-3631 www.holtey.com

75ft diameter temporary grain bin. 2 rings, cross aeration with fan, center unload, holds est. 50,000 bushel. $11,500. 320-760-1088

BUILDINGS/ BINS

BUILDINGS/ BINS

BUILDINGS/ BINS

3500 bushel hopper bin, like new condition, $4,500. 30ft drying bin, complete, 15 HP fan & burner, full floor, 4 auger stirator, 8" unload. New 8" power sweep for 18ft bin, $1,500. 507-697-6133 www.usedbinsales.com

Steel Buildings Big or Small Value discounts up to 30% Complete construction info available Source#18X www.sunwardsteel.com 605-415-4400

WANTED TO BUY: Larger Storage Building. Steel or wood pole framed. Doesn’t matter. Wanted to be moved. 605-290-3208

For Rent: 4) 27,000 bushel bins near Horace, ND with full floor aeration, good access and close to several good market options. 1 year lease flat rate. 701-430-0162.

8" 40ft. Hutchinson grain pump. 2 years old. It was used as a roof conveyor. 10hp single phase motor included. $5000. 320-491-6607

Painting metal buildings, epoxy floors, and other farm and commercial projects. Free estimates. Matt: 701-729-2847 Two grain bins, 24' Diameter. 1-7500 bu with drying floor. 1-10,000 bu with no drying floor. Call 605-467-0639

LAND FOR SALE SALE ON ON BIDS BIDS LAND FOR

200± Acres Acres ••Griggs Griggs County, County, North North Dakota Dakota 200+

Bids due at 5:00 PM, Thursday, September 19 Tuesday, September 24, Bid Sale at 7:30 PM

• • • •

Good access on well maintained gravel road Good productivity weighted average 68.3 Cropland comes out of CRP on September 30, 2013 Seller will allow buyer early entry to accommodate timely tillage

L-1300565

L-1300757

September 24, at 11:30 AM

For Property and Bid Details, Contact:

Rob Loe, Agent

Cooperstown, North Dakota

(701) 797-3276 or (701) 261-3355 RLoe@FarmersNational.com

For more information, visit our web site at

www.FarmersNational.com www.FarmersNational.com

RealReal Estate Sales • Auctions and Ranch Management Estate Sales • Auctions•• Farm Farm & Ranch Management Appraisal • Insurance Oiland andGas Gas Management Appraisals • Insurance• •Consultation Consultation ••Oil Management Lake Management NationalHunting Hunting Leases Lake Management •• National Leases

LAND AUCTION

Friday, September 27, at 10:00 AM

Alerus Center, 1200 42nd Street South in Grand Forks, North Dakota • Above average farmland • CRP well maintained • Access close to paved road For property details, contact:

Jim Ivers, AFM/Agent

Grand Forks, North Dakota

(701) 780-2828 or (218) 779-2295 JIvers@FarmersNational.com Auctioneer: Dale Haugen, MN 14-017

For more information, visit our web site at

www.FarmersNational.com

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L-1300719, L-1300721

L-1300690

450± Acres • Marshall County, Minnesota


A28 AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013

BUILDINGS/ BINS

BUILDINGS/ BINS

Government Grain Bins for Sale for Off-Site Removal

www.scafco.com

Legs • Conveyors Catwalks • Complete Grain Handling Systems

Location: Hamden Slough National Wildlife Refuge, 22122 210th Street, Audubon, MN 56511 (T139N, R42W, Section 11)

Contact: Bjorlie Construction Cell: (701) 317-0963 Toll Free: 800-355-4531

FOR AUCTION!

4 CENEX 4000 bu bins w/ 80'8" cross auger. Also 4 fans w/3 y/o motors w/breakers. Bin heater never used. 701-882-3245

Two grain bins, one approximately 3000 bu., one approximately 1000 bu.

AGWEEK ads cover 4 states and bring results. Call 888-857-1920

To request bid package, please contact the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Detroit Lakes WMD, 26624 North Tower Road, Detroit Lakes, MN 56501 or call 218/847-4431. Closed bids must be received at the Detroit Lakes WMD Office by noon, September 17, 2013.

AGWEEK ADVERTISING RATES To place your ad call 888-857-1920 or email classifieds @classifiedsfcc.com

• AG LAND • FOR SALE!

MINNESOTA

G G Thursday, August 15, 2013. Located southeast of Crookston, MN. L-1300619. Contact Jayson Menke (218) DIN DIN PEN PEN E County, Polk • LAND AUCTION! 301.06+/- Acres, MN. SAL SALE

779-1293 or Andy Gudajtes (218) 779-7305. • LAND AUCTION! 240+/- Acres, August 15, 2013. Located southwest of Fisher, MN. L-1300650. MN. G Thursday, Polk G DIN PEN E PENDIN ECounty, SAL SAL Contact Jayson Menke (218) 779-1293 or Andy Gudajtes (218) 779-7305. • LAND AUCTION! 262.04+/- Acres, Norman County, MN. Tuesday, September 24, 2013. Property located near Hendrum, MN. Selling in multiple individual tracts. L-1300757, Kyle Nelson (701) 238-9385, Dale Weston (701) 361-2023, or Brent Qualey (701) 238-0725. • LAND AUCTION! 80+/- Acres, Norman County, MN. Tuesday, September 24, 2013. Property located six and one half miles north of Ada, MN. L-1300690, Kyle Nelson (701) 238-9385, Dale Weston (701) 361-2023, or Brent Qualey (701) 238-0725. • LAND AUCTION! 450+/- Acres, Marshall County, MN. Friday, September 27, 2013. Located near Viking, MN. L-1300719, L-1300721. Jim Ivers (218) 7792295.

NORTH DAKOTA

• LAND AUCTION! 186.96+/- Acres, Walsh County, ND. Thursday, August 15, 2013. Located east of Grafton, ND. L-1300581 and L-1300594. Contact Jayson G G DIN DIN E PEN E PEN SAL SAL (218) Gudajtes Menke (218) 779-1293 or Andy 779-7305. • 58.02+/- ACRES, Cass County, ND. Adjacent to West Fargo, ND. Price Reduced! L-1200670, Brent Qualey (701)238-0725, Kyle Nelson (701) 238-9385, or Dale Weston (701)361-2023. • 320+/- ACRES, Cavalier County, ND. Located 4 miles south & 1 miles east of Calio, ND, L-1300536. Contact Jayson Menke (218) 779-1293 or Andy Gudajtes (218) 779-73055. • 200+/- ACRES, Griggs County, ND. For Sale on Bids, property located 6 miles southwest of Aneta, ND, L-1300565, Rob Loe (701) 261-3355. • 160+/- Acres, Griggs County, ND. For Sale on Bids, property located 10 miles southwest of Aneta, ND, L-1300629, Rob Loe (701) 261-3355. • LAND AUCTION! 320+/- Acres, Cass County, ND. Tuesday, September 17, 2013. Located eight miles southwest of Page, ND. Selling in two individual tracts. L-1300660, Dale Weston (701) 361-2023, Brent Qualey (701) 238-0725 or Kyle Nelson (701) 238-9385. • LAND AUCTION! 320+/- Acres, Nelson County, ND. Thursday, October 17, 2013. Property located 12 miles southwest of Tolna, ND. L-1300446, Rob Loe (701) 261-3355. • LAND AUCTION! 320+/- Acres, Steele County, ND. Tuesday, October 22, 2013. Property located 11 miles southwest of Finley, ND. L-1300459, Rob Loe (701) 261-3355. • 160+/- Acres, Walsh County, ND. Located northwest of Veseleville, ND. L-1300674. Contact Jayson Menke (218) 779-1293 or Andy Gudajtes (218) 779-7305. • 624.73+/- Acres, Grand Forks, ND. Located northwest of Mekinock, ND. L-1300651. Contact Jayson Menke (218) 779-1293 or Andy Gudajtes (218) 779-7305. • LAND AUCTION! 171.04 +/- Acres, Traill County, ND. Thursday, September 26, 2013. Located adjacent to Hillsboro, ND. L-1300810. Andy Gudajtes (218) 7797305 or Jayson Menke (218) 779-1293. • LAND AUCTION! 143.44 +/- Acres, Traill County, ND. Friday, September 27, 2013. Located north of Hillsboro, ND or east Mayville, ND. L-1300811. Andy Gudajtes (218) 779-7305 or Jayson Menke (218) 779-1293. • LAND AUCTION! 472+/- Acres, Richland County, ND. Thursday, September 26, 2013. Property located 2 miles southeast of Colfax, ND, L-1300756. Dale Haugen (701) 680-2395. • LAND AUCTION! 470+/- Acres, Nelson County, ND. Thursday, October 3, 2013. Property located near McVille, ND. L-1300763. Rob Loe (701) 261-3355. • 317+/- Acres, Mountrail County, ND. For Sale on Bids, property located 9 miles south of Kenmare, ND. L-1300737, Rob Loe (701) 261-3355.

Call us today for all your real estate needs! Glyndon ...................................(218) 233-1333 Fargo ......................................(701) 237-0059 Lisbon .....................................(701) 973-2106

Cooperstown .............................(701) 797-3276 Hankinson.................................(701) 242-7055

Over the last five years, Farmers National Company has sold over $2 billion of property – 3,500 farms, 1,000 sold at auction Serving America’s Landowners Since 1929

Visit our website for information on all of our landowner services.

www.FarmersNational.com

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FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

Fighting Your Sliding Shed Doors? Embden Grain will be the exclusive dealer for Cover Crop Solution which is home to the Tillage Radish & TillageMax Mixes. Embden Grain also handles Dekalb/Asgrow, Peterson Farms Seed, Integra & Dahlman, plus all your small grain seed needs.

5 Circle Steel Grain Bins. 10,000 bushels each. Excellent Condition. Near Ellendale, ND. 402-580-1421

FARMERS NATIONAL COMPANY was rated #1 land auction company in 2012 and 2011 by The Land Report - The Magazine of the American Landowner. The Land Report also rated Farmers National Company as a “Best Brokerage Company” in 2012.

Grand Forks...............................(701) 780-2828 Downtown Fargo.........................(701) 232-6376

BUILDINGS/ BINS

AUTOMATED DOOR SYSTEM •For doors up to 48" wide. •New or existing. Your sliding doors could be as easy to open as the push of a button. Call: 1-888-782-7040

Chris Lee Embden Grain 701-552-1300 or 888-238-6623 chris@embdengrain.com

HUGE END OF SUMMER DISCOUNTS Discounted Behlen Steel Buildings. •40x60

•50x80 •50x120 •62x100 •62x150 •68x120 •68x200 •Machinery Storage •Heated Shops •Grain Storage

There is only a limited time to take advantage of discounts, end of summer delivery & early building erections! Authorized Behlen Industries lp.

Call Jim @ 1-888-782-7040.

Looking into fall planting? Call AgriMAX for all your Winter Wheat Needs!

Offering CERTIFIED SY WOLF, CDC FALCON, and WB MATLOCK winter wheat seed for the 2013 fall planting season.

Call our office at (218) 891-2211 Fisher, MN

SEED FOR SALE:

Certified Winter Wheat: Overland, Expedition and Wesley. Full Line of Cover Crop Seed, Custom Mixes Available, Proso Millet, Sorghum-Sudangrass, Triticale, Turnip, Radish, Non-RR Conola. Certified On-Farm Scale. #SM-14018

Call Howe Seeds Inc. McLaughlin, SD 57642 605-823-4892

WANTED TO BUY: 2013 hay need 10,000 bales. Please call 605-823-4134 Small square straw bales for sale. Call 218-456-6715.

Engstrom Bean & Seed Leeds, ND 58346

Brian & James Engstrom 701-466-2398 Fax 701-466-2076 Regional Manager - James Enger 218-791-5390

With Processing Plants in Leeds and Petersburg, ND Receiving Stations in Maddock, and Grace City, ND Leeds: 701-466-2398 Grace City: Petersburg: 701-345-8264 701-674-3144 or Maddock: 701-438-2441 701-307-0408

We are buyers and processors of Pinto Beans and Black Turtle Beans. If you have beans to sell give us a call! We have trucking available.


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FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

Sailed Winter Wheat Hay For Sale. Weighing approx 1200-1400 lbs. Net wrapped, asking $100/ton OBO. Straw available as well. 605-222-1142

Dairy Quality Alfalfa Hay, 2nd cutting, Big square bales, 1450 lbs per bale, Price $305/ton or buy it all for $300/ton. 605-798-5413

CURRENT AND NEW CROP YELLOW PEA CONTRACTS

WANTED Big Square Bales of Good quality alfalfa RFV above 150. Contact John Scott at 507-438-1100 Small square brome grass. Can Deliver. Call 605-382-7295

Winter Wheat Seed For Sale. Common Jerry, Certified Decade, Certified SY Wolf, Registered Ideal. Can also help you with your cover crops. Call B&B Seed Farms Permit # 3619 701-685-2263 Blane Nitschke Box 473 Jud, ND 58454

Dakota Dry Bean, Inc. is contracting current and new crop yellow peas. Licensed and bonded in North Dakota. Quick pay.

Attention

Livestock Producers

Please call Dakota Dry Bean at 701-746-7493 or 701-398-3112. Net-wrapped Wheat Bales. Weighing about 1000 lbs. We will load. 605-859-2249

REMINDER • REMINDER • REMINDER

FARM EQUIPMENT AUCTION Saturday, September 14, 2013 10:00 AM CDT Lunch will

. be available

Owner: Lee Roy Fischer 701-873-5510 • 701-870-0691

Located from Beulah, South 10 miles to Mercer County 34, then ½ mile West. From I-94 North of Glen Ullin, 18 miles North to County 34 then West ½ mile.

SELLING: Tractors & Loaders-Grain TrailerPickups & Trailers-Haying & HarvestingSeeding & Tillage,Sprayers, Other Farm Items & Livestock items.

NOTE: There are no small items at this auction. The auction sh ould only last about 2 hours so be on time!!

THIS IS A PARTIAL LISTING. FOR FULL LISTING AND MORE PHOTOS VISIT OUR WEBSITE: WWW.WOLFFAUCTIONEERS.COM

Armon: 701-983-4233 • Shane: 701-983-4573 • Cell: 701-870-9090 Email: wolffauction@westriv.com

REMINDER • REMINDER • REMINDER

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ESTATE AUCTION Saturday, September 14, 2013

9 am Registration and Viewing 10 am Auction begins SINGLE FAMILY AUCTION DUE TO RETIREMENT/RELOCATION *10 pc solid oak dining set w/hutch, expandable table & 8 reclining, over stuffed chairs*White washed oak king size bedroom set *Solid oak enter-tainment center for a 50+ inch TV*4 padded bar stools w/backs & arm rests*Black entertainment center*Asian room divider *Lighted water fall wall hanging w/motion & sound*5 ft backhoe attachment (PTO driven w/ less than 15 hours use)*Misc hand tools and power tools*Solid oak roll-top desk*Large swing-out computer desk hutch with built-in cabinets*Sleeper sofa w/matching end tables *Diamond shaped curio cabinet*China *Dinnerware sets*Glassware sets*Misc kitchen utensils *Cookware*Several TV sets*Misc Asian decorative items*Misc linens *Luggage*Wall hangings *Knick-knacks*MUCH, MUCH MORE!! Location: “Big Red Pole Barn” 20049 Campground Rd SE, Erskine

218-280-9686

@ Union Lake Sarah Campground

For years, regional livestock auction markets have successfully reached their customers in the pages of Agweek magazine. As you plan for production sales, put your advertising in the region’s only weekly agriculture magazine that gets read cover to cover. Call today for complete information on how Agweek can work for your production sales!

701-780-1230


A30 AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013

FALL FARM CONSIGNMENT AUCTION!

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13TH 10:00AM Location: Orr Auction Center - 5 miles south on Hwy 281- Jamestown, ND

As always this will be an exciting and very large auction. We will be offering farm equipment, harvest equipment, transportation, construction equipment, vehicles, recreational items and much more. Contact Orr Auctioneers today and we will help you turn your excess items to cash! TRACTORS:

COMBINES

1538 hrs. 4 hyd, IVT transmission, TLS, 480-46 tires ▪2010 John Deere 8295R FWA, 1,411 hrs. PS, 4 hydraulics, 480-50 tires, sr.#003993 ▪2010 Cat 765C, 3680 hrs, 24 in tracks, 5 hydraulics, Hi flow w/ Trimble auto steer, screen and receiver, 3 point, pto sr.#VCD1046 ▪2009 John Deere 4720, 2,170 hrs, 56 hp, MRWD, sr.#LV472H77051 ▪2004 John Deere 9620T, 3,800 hrs. 36 in. tracks, 4 hydraulics ▪2004 Case IH STX 450, 4WD, 5,800 hrs. 710/70R38 duals, 450 hp. sr.#104210 ▪1995 Cat 95E Challenger, 6,155 hrs. 27.5 in. tracks, front weights, sr.#6KS00210 ▪1994 John Deere 8970 4WD, 710 metric duals, sr.# HOO2132 ▪1992 Ford Versatile 946 4WD, 6,142 hrs. 24.5-32 duals ▪1988 Ford Versatile 876 4WD, 4 hyd. 8,735 hrs. 20.8-R38 duals ▪1985 Versatile 976 4WD, 7500 hrs. good tires, sr.#234056 ▪1984 Versatile 895 4wd, new tires, 4 hyd., 9,000 approx. hrs. ▪John Deere 4555, MFWD, 3 point, 3 hyd. 11,870 hrs. 1,000 pto, 20.8-R42 duals ▪John Deere 2950 MFWD tractor w/ JD 158 loader, 3 point, pto, approx 10k hours ▪1974 John Deere 4430, 2 point, pto, 3 hydraulics, 235 Farmhand loader, grapple, excellent tires, nice unit ▪Case 4490 4WD ▪Case IH 2096 MFWD, w/ Farmhand loader, grapple ▪Case 2590 2wd, 5,455 hrs. 18.4-42 duals, 3 point, pto ▪Case 2090 2wd, 3 point, pto, good tires ▪John Deere 4010, restored, new paint, synchro, 540-1000 pto, excellent, 1963 model ▪International 1086, CAH, 3 point, pto ▪International B w/ Wood belly mower, runs good ▪International C, hydraulic lift, runs good

1,122 sep. hrs. 1,544 eng. hrs. duals, 26 ft. auger, sr.#740796 ▪2006 John Deere 9860 STS, 1,320 separator hrs. 520x42 duals, 26 ft. auger sr.#715903 ▪2002 John Deere 9650 STS, 2,912 eng. hrs, 1,846 sep. hrs, 18.4-42 duals, fine cut chopper, variable feeder house, fine cut chopper, variable feeder house, reverser, single point hookups, ser.#696885 ▪1998 Case IH 2388, 3,761 eng. hrs. 2,792 sep. hrs. rock trap, 2 spd. Hydro, chopper, air sieves, hopper ext., fore & aft, 30.5-32 tires, many updates sr.#198807 ▪1997 John Deere 9600, 60 series ready, 3,029 eng. 2,245 sep. hrs. FS hopper extension, double chaff spreader. 30.5-32 tires, 16.9-26 rears, sr.#671471 ▪1994 John Deere 9600 combine, duals, dual range cylinder, Auto header height, outback steer valve, long auger w/ extender, fore & aft ▪1994 Agco Allis R62, 4,381 engine hrs., 2,943 separator hrs. 30.5-32 drive tires, hydro, sr.#R6264090 ▪1991 Case IH 1680, RWD, Cummins, 3rd lift cylinder, new feeder chain, hopper ext. ▪Case IH 1680 combine, 3200 engine hrs. ▪1984 John Deere 8820, 5,500 aprox. Hrs. TSR fine cut chopper, chaff spreader, hopper extensions, dual range cylinder ▪Case IH 1680, 3,272 engine hours, specialty rotor, long cleaning shoe, hopper ext. chaff spreader, straw chopper, 2 sets of concaves, sr.#117795 ▪1983 John Deere 8820, 6,740 hrs. air sieve, 2 speed cylinder, fine cut straw walker ▪1987 John Deere 7720 Titan combine ▪John Deere 105 combine w/ pu header, good

▪2011 John Deere 7230R FWA,

▪2011 John Deere 9770 STS,

ROW CROP HEADS:

▪2012 John Deere 612C, 12 row

30 corn head, non chopping head, row sensing, sr.#746562 ▪2011 John Deere 612C, 12 row 22 in. corn head, stalk master,

sr.#740423

▪2010 John Deere 612C, 12 row

30 corn head, stalk master, sr.#735673 ▪2009 John Deere 612C, 12 row 30 corn head, stalk master chopping, 70 series hookups ▪2002 Cat 1230, 12 row 30 in. corn headsr.#730106 ▪2000 John Deere 893, 8 row 30 in corn head, hyd. deck plates, knife rollers, less than 300 acres on chains & sprockets, extremely nice head ▪1997 John Deere 893, 8 row 30 in. corn head, standard deck plates, standard rollers, sr.#670248 ▪2- 1982 John Deere 853A, 8 row 30 in. all crop heads, stored inside ▪John Deere 1293, 12 row 30 in. corn head, hydraulic deck plates, sr.#705964 ▪John Deere 843, 8 row 30 in. corn head, 1,100 hrs on gathering chains, auger cover, always shedded sr.#649794 ▪1991 John Deere 843, 8 row 30 in. corn head ▪John Deere 643, 6 row 30 in. corn head, cob catcher, oil bath ▪John Deere 453, 4 row 36 in. all crop head

FLEX & RIGID HEADS:

▪2009 MacDonn D50, 35 ft.

draper head sr.#186184

▪2008 John Deere 635 flex

header, JD reel, w/ rigid header height system sr.#730396 ▪2006 John Deere 639 flex header, low stone dam sr.#716751 ▪2005 John Deere 635 flex header, good poly, sr.#711621 ▪2004 John Deere 635 flex header w/ 2006 CWS, new gearbox, sr.#706472 ▪2002 John Deere 930F, 30 ft. flex header sr.#697095 ▪2001 John Deere 930 flex header, finger reel, sr.#692363 ▪1996 John Deere 930 flex header w/ 50 series hookups ▪John Deere 930 flex header, finger reel, sr.#672426 ▪John Deere 925 flex header w/ Crary wind system, sr.#692151 ▪Case IH 1020 30 ft. flex header, finger reel, good poly sr.

#317136

▪Case IH 1020 30 ft. flex header,

finger reel, new poly and guards sr.#218572 ▪Case IH 1010, 20 ft. rigid head, perforated floor, 2 Sund pick ups ▪Gleaner 24 ft. flex header, HHC, finger reel, sr.#NF15433R84, ▪John Deere 930 flex head, full Crary air reel ▪John Deere 930F, full finger flex header, sr.#701282 ▪John Deere 930 flex head, finger reel, sr.#691199 ▪2- John Deere 930 rigid heads ▪Several other JD 930 heads ▪John Deere 930 & 924 rigid heads w/ Lucke 9 in. SF pans ▪John Deere 212 PU head ▪John Deere 100 series 24 ft. rigid head ▪Case IH 1020 flex 30 ft. header, for-aft, oil bath wobble box, sr.#331043 ▪Case IH 1015 pu head with Westward

SEMI TRACTORS,TRUCKS: ▪2007 Peterbuilt 379, Cat 550

hp. C-15, 13 speed, 730k miles, well maintained sharp unit ▪2005 International 9400I, 500 hp. ISX Cummins, 3 rd axle pusher, wet kit ▪2004 International 9200I, Cat C15, single turbo, Auto shift, 760k miles, recent work, all aluminum wheels, sharp truck ▪2001 Western Star day cab semi, 322k miles, Cat C15, 550600 hp. 18 speed, wet kit, 208 in. wheel base ▪2000 Volvo 770, 550 K on rebuilt Cummins Signature Series 600, 13 speed, all aluminum wheels ▪1998 Freightliner Classic, 3rd axle pusher ▪1997 International conventional, day cab, single axle, Cummins M11 ▪1997 Ford F series single axle truck w/ 23 ft. aluminum flatbed, 381k miles, 6 spd., lots of recent work ▪1997 Freightliner Fl 120 Century, flat top sleeper, 2 line wet kit, new drive tires ▪1996 Freightliner FL 106 spade truck, Detroit 60 series, only

132k miles w/ Vermeer 50 in. tree spade ▪1995 FL70 single axle truck w/ 4 yard galvanized contractors box and hoist, only 78k miles, Boss under hood air compressor, Allison automatic ▪1995 Kenworth T800, Aero cab sleeper, Cat 3406, 10 spd., new clutch ▪1993 Kenworth T800, 690k miles, Cummins N14, 9 spd., wet kit, 42 in. flat top removable sleeper ▪1993 Freightliner FLD 112, L-10 Cummins, day cab, extended tandem axle twin screw, 5th wheel plate, pto ▪1992 International gravel truck, 16 ft. box, 3406 Cat, 13 spd. twin screw ▪1992 Freightliner semi tractor, 9 spd. new clutch ▪1985 International 2575 day cab semi, 855 Cummins, 9 spd. good running order

▪36 ft. 4 wheel header trailer ▪Volcan 35 ft. header trailer,

front dolly wheels

▪Several unused 30-35 ft. header

trailers

▪1998 Befort double header

trailer, triple axle

▪10 unused 30-35 ft. header

trailers

GRAIN AUGERS:

▪1- 2010, 1- 2009 Westfield

baler, hydraulic pu lift, bale tip, very nice ▪2003 Rowse 9 ft. 3pt. Mower, completely gone through, nice ▪H&S 16 wheel bi- fold wheel rake ▪Bush Hog 2615, 15 ft. wing fold rotary mower ▪International 725, 25 ft. pt windrower, lifters ▪New Holland 102 Hay Liner, bale gatherer trailer ▪Woods 3 point ditch bank mower ▪Versatile 24 ft. pt windrower ▪Woods 3 point flail mower ▪Alloway Woods 22 ft. flail chopper. Less than 1,000 acres on all new knives ▪Woods 15 ft. batwing rotary mower ▪Tebben 6 ft. rotary mower ▪Case IH 8210 pull type windrower

MK130 plus, 13 in. x 111 ft. swing augers, both have remote hopper walkers, reversers ▪Wheat Heart 13 in. x 81 ft. swing auger, flex slide hopper, 2 years old, like new ▪Westfield 13 in. x 91 ft. hydraulic swing auger, 2 years old, like new ▪Brandt 1370, 13 in. x 70 ft. hydraulic swing auger, ▪2010 Brandt 1080, 10 I. x 80 ft. swing auger ▪2003 Westfield 10 in. x 71 ft. swing auger ▪2003 Batco 1335, 13 in. x 35 ft. belt conveyer, top drive electric ▪Westfield 10 in. x 71 ft. swing auger w/ hopper walker ▪Feterl 13x100 auger ▪Batco PS2500, drive over unloading conveyer ▪Brandt 7-35 completely self contained hyd, 13 hp. Honda, bin sweep, nice ▪Alloway 1410, 10 in. x 70 ft. swing auger, hyd. scissor lift ▪Westgo- Alloway 10 in. x 71 ft. pto auger ▪Westfield J207, 7 in. x 46 ft. pto auger ▪Westfield MK100, 10 in x 71 ft. swing auger, brand new lower gear case ▪Westfield 10 in. x 61 ft. swing auger ▪2- Westfield 7 in. x 36 ft. augers, 1-7 hp. Electric, 1-13 hp. Kohler ▪Westfield 6 in. x 26 ft. 3 auger, 3 hp electric ▪Westfield 8 in. x 21 ft. transfer auger on stand, 3 hp. Electric motor

HEADER TRAILERS:

GRAIN HANDLING:

trailers- unused ▪2- Johnson 20 ft. header trailer ▪Stud King 30 ft. header trailer

accessories, 7 in. pipe, very good condition ▪J&M 750 grain cart, pto, digital

HAYING EQUIPMENT AND WINDROWERS: ▪2004 Woods 20 ft. flail

chopper- shredder, sr.#527515R

▪2003 Hesston 4590 square

▪2- Wemco 36 ft. headers

▪Brandt 5000EX grain vac w/

LIVE ONLINE BIDDIN G AVAILABLE AT BIDORR.COM scale, roll tarp

▪Kill Bros. model 1600, 800

bushel grain cart, roll tarp, excellent tires, new sprockets, bearings, bottom flighting ▪Westfield drive over hopper, like new, hyd. drive ▪2- Sudenga 3 point grain depilers w/ conveyers ▪North Land model 600, 540 pto batch dryer ▪6 in x 51 ft. shivers transfer auger w/7.5 hp. Single fhase motor ▪Aeration floor to fit 42 ft. bin ▪Behlen 500 bushel batch grain dryer ▪2- 1,250 aprox. Bushel hopper bins ▪Hutchinson rotary grain cleaner

SPRAYING & FERTILIZER EQUIPMENT:

▪2010 Progressive 1500, 16 row

30 inch strip till machine, like new used 2 seasons on less than 2,700 acres, new Mole knives, set up for dry fertilizer, run block monitor ▪2003 Summers Ultimate NT 120 ft. pull type sprayer, 120 ft. booms, 380/90R46 tires ▪1995 DMI 5250 NH3 applicator, 46 ft. w/ Dickey John, cold flow system ▪John Deere 41 ft. chisel plow, set up with dry fertilizer system ▪A & E 70 ft. fertilizer broadcaster ▪JD air cart used on 2 above listed items ▪Blue Jet 41 ft. Land Walker NH3 applicator, double fold, walking tandems ▪Melroe 216 spray coupe, 50 ft. 200 gal. tank, cab ▪1,000 gallon NH3 tank, nice ▪4- 1,000 gal NH3 tanks on running gear, non certifiable ▪1010 gallon Horvick water trailer,w/ Honda pump, tandem axle, w/4 chemical platform ▪1010 gallon Horvick water tank on JD running gear ▪Computor 60 ft. pull type sprayer w/ monitors ▪112 Melroe spray coupe

CATTLE EQUIPMENT:

▪Knight 2250 mixer-feeder

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FALL FARM CONSIGNMENT AUCTION!

Continued from the previous page wagon, 250 cu. in. high boy model, digital scale, 10.00-20 tires ▪1988 Ford 7000 w/ Aswald 350 bu. Feeder box, digital scale ▪1987 International conventional truck w/ Harsh 360 bu. feeder box, digital scale ▪1981 International 1845 hammer mill truck, 100 bushel mixer, Champion 36 in. mill, hyd. Augers, DT 466 eng. 5x2 speed ▪Farmhand stack mover on truck frame, orbital drives, nice unit ▪KM portable creep feeder ▪Unused hay & Silage feeder wagons ▪3 loader hay baskets, square bale elevator, small steel pickup stock rack ▪Cattle chutes, head gates, misc. ▪Farmhand 810 Feed Master grinder mixer, extended discharge auger, 540 pto ▪Barb wire, t posts, wood posts, etc. ▪For- Most Inc. head gate ▪20 ft. x 6 ft. metal calf shelter, nice ▪Kill Bros. gravity wagon ▪Balzer manure spreader ▪2- 3 point bales spears ▪Panel trailer - 10-12 ft. panels ▪160 pieces used steel paneling, wind break ▪Unused silage and hay feeders ▪Unused bale transport trailer ▪Unused continuous fence ▪Other misc. cattle items

SEMI TRAILERS:

▪2007 Merrit 41 ft. hopper

trailer, 66 in. sides, ag hopper style, spring ride, roll tarp ▪1992 Wilson 40 ft. hopper trailer, electric roll tarp, good tires, spring ride ▪1975 Merritt 24 ft. hopper trailer, new tarp, brakes ▪1975 Butler 165 Barrel triple axle vacuum tanker, baffled, 10:00-20 tires on new Dayton rims ▪Hawk Master 34 ft. steel ag

hopper trailer, spring ride, 24.5 tires, good shape ▪42 ft. flatbed semi trailer, tandem axle

PLANTING EQUIPMENT:

▪2004 Kinze 9600, 16-31 inter

plant split row planter ▪Morris 49 ft. air drill, 10 in. spacing, 100 bu. cart ▪1998 Concord 4010, 40 ft. 10 in spacing air drill. Lots of ad ons and extras including, IH cyclo system for 16 row 30 in. corn, edge on shanks, much more ▪1994 Concord 4010, 40 ft. 10 in. spacing air drill w/ 3400 Concord tank ▪John Deere 7000, 16 row 30 in. front fold planter, 2x2 and in row fertilizer, 500 gal. tank, trash wippers, HD down pressure springs, 1 bushel box extensions ▪International 400 cyclo planter, 8 row 30 in.

TILLAGE AND FIELD EQUIPMENT:

▪John Deere 44.5 ft. field

cultivator, 5 section w/ 3 bar harrow ▪2009 Mandako 50 ft. land roller, sr.#UO6-04-05-68 ▪2008 Wishek 862 NT, 34 ft. very nice ▪2007 Wishek 862 NT, 38 ft., new front blades, sr.#1203738 ▪2005 Mandako 45 ft. land roller ▪2001 Riteway 45 ft. land roller ▪2000 Rowse XL500 hydraulic scraper, rear wheel duals, very nice ▪International 800, 12 bottom hinged plow ▪John Deere 610, 28 ft. chisel plow w/ Summers 3 bar harrow ▪Bergault 9200 42 ft. chisel plow w/ harrow, clean ▪Morris CP-715 25 ft. chisel plow w/ Morris 3 bar harrow ▪Will Rich 2800, 31 ft. field cultivator, harrow, new knock on shovels ▪Will Rich 35 ft. chisel plow, walking tandems main frame ▪John Deere 510, 7 shank disk ripper

▪Krause model 1950, rock

cushion 32 ft. tandem disk ▪John Deere 1010, 24 ft. field cultivator w/ harrow ▪2- International 770, 16 in. 5 & 6 bottoms ▪International 490 28 ft. disk ▪John Deere 1600 chisel plow ▪John Deere 100, 14 ft. chisel plow ▪International 14 ft. vibra shank ▪John Deere TWA, 13.5 ft. HD tandem disk, like new 24 in. blades ▪Kewanee 24 ft. tandem rock cushion disk, newer blades, good

FARM TRUCKS:

▪1979 Chevrolet C-70 twin

screw truck, cab and chasis ▪1977 GMC 6500, single axle truck w/ 18 ft. steel box & hoist, roll tarp, 366 eng. 5x2 speed ▪1976 GMC 6500, single axle truck w/ steel box & hoist, plumbed, 366 engine, 5x2 speed ▪1976 GMC 6500 2.5 ton single axle truck, Harsh hoist, 16 ft. steel box and hoist, 5x2 speed, 366 engine, roll tarp, good tires ▪1975 Ford 2 ton truck w/ box & hoist ▪1975 International Cab over w/ tag axle, 390 engine, 5 speed, Reiten aluminum grain box, low miles ▪1974 International 1600 Loadstar, 345 engine, single axle, 4 speed, aluminum box, low miles ▪1974 Chevy C65 tandem axle truck w/ 20 ft. steel box & hoist, roll tarp, 366 eng. 5x2 speed ▪1974 Dodge 2 ton truck w/ box & hoist ▪1974 Ford F750 tandem axle truck, 79k actual miles, steel box and hoist, 391 eng. ▪1970 Chevy C60, tandem axle truck w/ steel box & hoist, plumbed, 427 eng. 5x2 speed, 10.00-20 tires ▪1966 Ford 2 ton truck w/ steel box and hoist, double acting hoist, good tires ▪1963 Chevy 2 ton truck, steel box and hoist, good tires

▪1960 Ford 1.5 ton truck w. box

and hoist, 6 cylinder ▪1988 5 compartment fuel delivery truck, fresh paint, gas engine

TRAILERS:

▪2012 Big Tex 32 ft. gooseneck

trailer, tandem axle, tandem wheel, 48 in spread ▪2006 Felling 18 ft. gooseneck trailer w/ beaver tail, flip up ramps, tandem axle ▪2- tandem axle car trailer ▪1994 CM stock trailer, 6 ft. x 17 ft.

VEHICLES:

▪2007 Work Horse dry van tool

service truck, only 37k miles, IH diesel, automatic, aluminum body, full length shelves, back up camera ▪2000 Chevy C3500 1 ton service pickup w/ welder, generator, crane, gas powered air compressor, 122k miles ▪1993 Chevy 2500, .75 ton, 4x4, reg. cab, 8 ft. box, less than 1,500 on new tires, new transmission, new radiator ▪1998 GMC Suburban, 4WD ▪1990 Chevy 1500, hoist, box and mounted snow plow ▪1988 GMC mini van, 139k miles, good running order ▪1984 Chevrolet 1500, ton diesel pu w/ Bradford flatbed, 5th wheel ball ▪1982 Chevy C-10 2 wd pickup ▪1978 Dodge power wagon 4x4, loaded, like new tires ▪1959 Ford F350 w/ Miller arc welder, 2- 90 gal. tanks w/ electric pumps

ATV’S - LAWN & GARDEN:

▪2011 Polaris crew cab 4x4,

5,249 miles, electric winch ▪1996 Polaris 400 ATV, low miles on engine overhaul ▪Grasshopper 616 front mount mower, 16 HP V twin Briggs, 48 in. deck ▪Snapper Z 38 in. deck mower ▪Pull type ATV lawn mower ▪Several push mowers, misc. lawn equip. ▪John Deere 68 riding mower ▪John Deere 312 Riding mower,

cozy cab

▪John Deere 262 17 hp. 48 in

deck riding mower ▪John Deere 110 restored mower, 42 in. deck ▪Swisher pull behind mower, 14.5 hp, 60 in. deck ▪Several small single axle trailers

RECREATIONAL:

▪2013 Skyline 23 ft. Koala travel

trailer, slide out, like new!

▪2001 Prowler 27 ft. travel

trailer, 14 ft. super slide, new awning, queen bed ▪2002 Dutchman 5th wheel camper ▪1996 Dolphin 35 ft. motor home, only 27k actual miles, very nice ▪1995 Hornet 5th wheel camper ▪1986 Dodge Road Trek conversion van ▪1984 Travel Villa 5th wheel camper ▪1975 Sportsman pt camper ▪EZ Go gas golf cart

OTHER EQUIPMENT:

▪UFT high lift chain type rock

picker ▪Steinman chain type rock picker ▪Brent 30 ft. flail chopper ▪Fox 15 ft. flail chopper ▪Degelman 12 ft. front mount blade ▪Dakon reel type rock picker ▪Several unused box scrapers

MISC.

▪Pro Tote 5th wheel plate

wrecker attachment

▪2011 AWS, 40 ft. air bar

system

▪Space Cap, fully enclosed

fiberglass pickup slide in service unit ▪1,000 gal fuel tank w/ Bas boy pump ▪Unused pallet of brown 3 tab shingles ▪Futura hot water pressure washer ▪EZ yard rake w/ 5 hp. Briggs & Stratton ▪Westerndorf 2 ft. bucket ▪1,000 gal. fuel tank w/ electric pump

INSPECTION: CONTACT ORR AUCTIONEERS FOR SPECIFIC OWNER INFORMATION.

▪2- 3pt. JD quick attachments ▪Front dual wheel spacers for JD

20 series ▪2 complete scaffolding systems ▪2 course concaves for 2388 ▪5 hp. High efficiency motor ▪3 pt. 30 in. dirt scoop ▪Miller Arc welder ▪Craftsman industrial band saw ▪Misc. tires including new 14.930 radials, used 16.9-24on rims, etc. ▪24.5-18.4-38 band dual hardware, rims ▪2 self contained generators ▪Portable hot tub ▪Many other misc. items

SKID STEERS:

▪2010 John Deere 328D skid

steer loader, 750 hrs. 2 speed transmission, power quick tatch, sr.#186064 ▪2010 John Deere 328D skid steer loader, 800 hrs. 2 speed transmission, power quick tatch ▪Sr.#186643 ▪Melroe 873 Bobcat skid steer loader

UNUSED SKID STEER ATTACHMENTS:

▪84 in. hydraulic broom, skid

steer attachment used

▪84 in. hydraulic land rake, skid

steer attachment used

▪Lowe Hyd Auger 1650ch w/ 12

in & 18 in w/ skid steer quick attach ▪Lowe Hyd Auger 750ch w/ 9 in & 12 in w/ skid steer quick attach ▪Lowe Hyd Auger 750ch w/ 9 in & 12 in & 15 in w/ skid steer quick attach ▪Lowe Hyd Auger bits 9 in & 15 in & 30 in TREE BIT ▪Stout Brush Grapple XHD84 w/ skid steer quick attach ▪Stout Grapple Bucket HD72 w/ skid steer quick attach ▪Stout Rock Bucket Grapple HD72 w/ skid steer quick attach ▪Stout Rock Bucket/ Brush Grapple Combo HD72 Openend w/ skid steer quick attach ▪Stout Rock Bucket Grapple XHD82 w/ skid steer quick attach

www.BidOrr.com

▪Stout Material Bucket 84 w/

double cut-edge w/ skid steer quick attach ▪Stout Regular Weld-on Skid Steer Plate ▪Stout Solid Weld-on Skid Steer Plate ▪Stout Walk-Through Pallet Forks 48 in. w/ skid steer quick attach ▪Stout Walk-Through Pallet Forks 48 in. w/ skid steer quick attach ▪Stout Full-Back Pallet Forks 48 in. w/ skid steer quick attach ▪Stout Pallet Forks 48 in. w/ skid steer quick attach ▪(3 items to be sold as one Lot Stout Material Bucket 72 w/ skid steer quick attach & Stout Brush Grapple 66 w/ skid steer quick attach & Pallet Forks 48 in w/ skid steer quick ▪(3 items to be sold as one Lot) Stout Rock Bucket HD72 w/ skid steer quick attach & Stout Full-Back Pallet Forks 48 in w/ skid steer quick attach & Stout Receiver Hitch Plate ▪(3 items to be sold as one Lot) Stout Material Bucket 72 w/ skid steer quick attach & Stout Full-Back Pallet Forks 48 in w/ skid steer quick attach & Stout Receiver Hitch Plate ▪2- Redline 5500lb walk threw pallet forks 48" ▪2- Redline 48" standard pallet forks ▪Redline walk threw pallet fork with hydraulic fork shift 48" ▪Redline solid quick attach plates ▪Redline 84" double rock bucket grapple with greasable pivot points ▪Redline 72" brush grapple with greasable pivot points ▪Redline 72" utility tine grapple with greasable pivot points ▪Redline 102" snow bucket ▪Redline 96" snow bucket ▪84 in. hydraulic broom, skid steer attachment used ▪84 in. hydraulic land rake, skid steer attachment used


A32 AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

FOR SALE: 1100-1200 lb big round bales with sisal twine. CRP and prairie hay, very nice quality with mostly intermediate grass and alfalfa in CRP. Still haying now but will have around 2000 bales for sale by middle of August. Asking $100 per ton. Please call 605-280-4098 and ask for Mike. Vivian, SD area (central SD)

3,000 Ton of 2013 Big Round bales of grass hay, Brome, wheat grass, and native grass mix. Net wrapped, excellent quality, put up early and green. Been tested. Bales weigh 1500-1700 lbs. No rain. Jim Dittman, Highmore, SD. 605-870-1223 or 605-852-2780

We are looking for individuals and businesses' to promote our seed. Corn hybrids from 74 day to 113 day, conventional, traited, silage specific, organic and grain hybrids. Soybeans, Alfalfa and forage seeds as well. Direct, dealer and wholesale sales all available. Sign up now, our new year starts August 2013. Kussmaul Seed Co. Roy Hardy, Northern Sales Manager 715-610-6000

WINTER WHEAT SEED

R001891499

Certified Performance System

Wheat Straw for sale. 3x3x8 square bales. Delivery Available. 605-850-1551

All Grain Drying Systems are NOT Created Equal... The Shivvers Performance System is designed for maximum Grain Quality and Efficiency. And with weekly capacities available of over 100,000 bushels this system can keep up. Shivvers is so sure of this that they will certify the performance of your system in writing.

Hwy. 200 East, Carrington, ND • 701-652-2886 • 1-800-859-2032

2012 Mixed Hay. Round Bales. 1100-1200 lbs. 170 CRP & 300 Lake & Priairie. $30/bale OBO. 605-379-5631 Cleaned Bulk Seed: Certified Expedition winter wheat. Convenient State inspected scale. Frey Seed 605-762-3280 605-762-3326 888-350-7704 Mobridge, SD SD-14011

All Steel Feedlot to be Moved & Farm Equipment

Sunday, Sept. 2 2, 2013 1:00 p.m. MDT

LOCATION: From Killdeer, North Dakota: 6 1/4 miles north Hwy. 22 to Street Sign 107 then 1 mile north. OWNERS:

Brian & Carolyn Benz Killdeer, North Dakota

For more information call Brian at 701-764-5095 / 701-260-1885

Feedlot (to be dismantled & moved) 2500ft Steel 5 bar 2 3/8” pipe w/ 2 7/8” well pipe legs 10ft Steel Windbreak on Pressure Treated 15ft Posts (metal attached w/screws) 200ft Continuous Fence 400ft Double Guard Rail 3 Bar Fence Line Feeder 300ft Single Guard Rail 4 Bar Fence Line Feeder Farm Equipment 2- Double 1000 Gal NH3 Trailers Built by Hager Welding (No Tanks, but ready to mount your own tanks) Flex Coil 67 Sprayer w/1000

Gal Tank, 90ft Booms & Raven Monitor JD 787 28ft Air Seeder (Shovel Drill) – Excellent Condition Tractors

1994 Ford Versatile 9880 (Ser# D101268) w/ 400 HP Cummins Engine 12 spd, 20.8 x 48 Triples, rear weight package, (5077 hrs.) Excellent Tractor!

JD 8640 (Ser# 007978RW) w/ 4hyd., Large 1000 PTO, 20.8 x 38 Duals, Quad Range, 12’ JD Dozer (9206 Hours) Truck 1977 Chevrolet Single Axle Truck w/18’ Box, 366 V-8, 4/2 Trans., (Only 78,000 miles) 540ft – 2 3/8” Alley 40ft Steel Working Alley w/all steel posts Foremost Squeeze Chute w/Palp Cage 20 – Steel Gates, Various Lengths 4 – Fiberglass water tanks w/Steel Frame 2 – Scraper Tanks w/Covered Lid & Drink Holes 25-30 Wood Feed Bunks

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Eido Printing - Mott, ND - 1-888-522-2605

•AP 503 CL Certified, PVP A great way to clean up grass's and volunteer grain •Hawken Certified, PVP •SY Wolf Certified, PVP Agri Pro newest option Great yield potential Get Your Order In Today Supply is Limited!!

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT Winter Wheat Seed For Sale Registered Ideal Certified Ideal & Decade 701-563-7565

Taking orders for chopped corn stalk bales. Discounts for pre-order and large quantiies. 605-848-2934 WANTED: Damaged or Wet Feed Grain. Will pick up. Northwood, ND. Call: 701-587-6042 or 701-587-5433 or 218-779-5640 200+ Ton of CRP hay in round bales (1000-1200 lbs) sisal twine, No delivery, $115/ton OBO. Lyman Co. SD. Call Clay at 859-200-9733

Larry's Seed & Ag Supply Inc. Keene, ND 701-770-2500 Winter wheat seed, Certified Darrell & Certified Decade for sale. 701-721-6832 FOR SALE: Wheat straw bales, net wrapped. Also, looking for 8 row 30 inch JD corn head. 701-321-9065 or 701-321-2911. Certified Expedition Winter Wheat seed for sale. 605-853-2118 or 605-204-0096

Grass Hay for Sale. 115 large round bales of 2013 grass hay. 1500-1650 lbs. Net wrapped. Call Aaron at 320-226-2707 FOR SALE: Small square straw, grass hay, Brome and prairie hay bales. Call and leave name and number 605-345-3090 Winter Rye Feed bulk or mini bulk, $12/bushel. 507-920-8628

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT 140 round CRP bales for sale. Weigh 1400-1450 lbs, $80 per bale, never rained on. Can help load. Located by Brookings, SD 605-695-2781 Spink County High Quality Prairie Hay. Never rained on, off native land, never been broken. 279 big, round bales. Approximately 1600 lbs. $99/bale. Picked up in the field. Net wrapped. 605-450-0005 3 E and 4 N of Doland, SD. Jerry Winter wheat seed for sale. Call to book now. It is going very fast with all the prevent plant acres. 701-430-0162. Premium small square grass bales. Clean and tight. 50lb bales tied with plastic twine. Stored inside. No ditch hay. $6 per bale out of shed. Will deliver anywhere. Many references available. 605-496-2622 200+ Ton of CRP hay in round bales (1000-1200 lbs) sisal twine, No delivery, $115/ton OBO. Lyman Co. SD. Call Clay @ 859-200-9733

Farm & Ranch Equipment Auction Farm Equipment AUCTION

Sunday, September 15, 2013 1:00 p.m. MDT

LOCATION: From Lemmon, South Dakota: 12 miles south on Hwy. 73 to Summerville, 7 miles NW on Summerville Road. Rom White Butte, South Dakota 10 miles south and 4 miles east. OWNERS:

Maurice & Marilyn Ham Shadehill, South Dakota

For more information call Maurice at 605-374-5206

TRACTORS • JD 4450 (serial #00930) with 15 spd. P.S., 3 Hydraulics, 2 PTO, 3 Pt., New 20.8X38 tires, engine bearings and clutch pack at 9,400 hours, new injector pump at 11,000 hours (excellent tractor) • JD 2010 Gas Row Crop, with 540 PTO, 3 Pt., 1 hydraulic, (about 3,500 hours) • IHC 560 Diesel with 2 Pt., and Farmhand F11C Loader with bucket and grapple • JD A (serial #599433) good tin, runs good, needs tires SKID STEER LOADER AND BUCKETS • Melroe 600 Bobcat with 3 Hydraulics • 54” Manure Bucket • 54” Dirt Bucket • 70”Snow Bucket LOADER • FH F-258 Loader with JD Mounts SADDLES & TACK • Childrens Saddle (good condition) • Lite Youth or Adult Saddle used for Barrel Racing • Saddle Blankets, Pads, Bridles, Halters, Head Stalk and Misc. • Tack • Miles City #82 Saddle HAYING EQUIPMENT • 2000 Vermeer 605L Twine Tie Baler with 1000 bales on new chains and sprokets (good condition) • 1999 New Holland 1475 16’ Hydra Swing with 1000 Pump • Single 3 Pt. Bale carrier • Double 3 Pt. bale Carrier • Lohman Stack Mover • Hay Basket for FH F-11 Loader • Repair parts for NH 1475 Auctioneers and Clerk #33

MISCELLANEOUS • Farmhand 6 Ton Bunk Feeder with front discharge mounted on F-600 Ford (truck is burnt but box has not been hurt) • Ford 3 Pt., Post Auger (9” Auger) • Allis Chalmers B-1 Yard Tractor with 42” Mower and Roto Tiller • 16’ Seed Tender, 2 Tanks with Steel Lids • Allis Chalmers 410 Yard Tractor with Mower & Tiller • JD #45 3 Pt. Blade • Allis Chalmers 20’ Tandem Disk • Tire Chains for 20.8x38, 11:00 x 22.5 Duals, 9:00x20 and 23.5/85x16 • 2 - 20.8x38 Turning Tires • 2 - 20.8Rx38 710 Goodyear, 30% • 6 - 235/65R16 (2 Michelen) (4 Toyo) 40-50% • 2 - 23X8X11 ATV Tires (very good) • 3 - 22x11x3 ATV Tires on wheels (good) • 2 - 8x6 Tires on Rims • 500 Gallon Fuel Tank with Stand • 3 - 300 Gallon Fuel Tank with Stand • 300 Gallon Fuel Tank without Stand • Some Shop Equipment • Other Items to numerous too mention • Westfield 16’ Endgate Drill Fill VEHICLES & TRAILERS • 1981 International 2515 Semi with 855 Cum-

Terms: Cash

mins, 15 spd., new front tires • Wilson 42’ St. Deck Aluminum Trailer • 1992 Road Boss 6’ 8” x 20’ GN Stock Trailer • Hawkmaster 32’ Ag Hopper Grain Trailer with Side Chutes (22.5 Tires) • 1975 Ford F-700 Truck with All Steel Box, 361 V-8, 4/2 Trans., 9:00 X 20 Tires (about 60,000 miles) •1971 IHC 1600 Truck with 16’ Steel Box, 345 V-8, 4/2 Trans., 8:25 X 20 Tires • 1995 Ford F-250, XLT Super Cab, 4x4, with 351 V-8, 5 spd., 5th wheel, only 110,000 miles (excellent condition) • 1988 Ford F-250, 4x4, reg. cab, with 302 V-8, 5 spd., 5th wheel, (good ranch pickup) •1975 Chevy 3/4 ton 4x4, Looks rough, runs good • Ford F-250 Pickup Box Trailer HOUSEHOLD • Daisy Butter Churn • Apt. Size Deep Freeze (excellent) • Frigidaire Refrigerator - Old Picture Frames • 78 Records - Sewing Machine Cookbooks • Blue Jars - Christmas Tree & Decorations 2 Barrel Churns - Computer Desk and Chair 2 End Tables - Electric Fry Pan - Coffee Pot Waffle Iron - Golf Clubs - Occasional Chairs Humidifier - Punch Bowl - Misc. Household

CONSIGNED BY GREG & BRENDA JOHNSON • Shells 4’x6’ Sled with pop-up canopy for Ice • Homemade Tree Stand Fishing • Rifle Scaboard for ATV • Hand Ice Auger • Leg Hold and Live traps • Hand Post Auger • 300 Amp Forney Welder (very good cables) • 2 Minnow Areators (1-12V, 1-110V) • Misc. Fishing & Hunting Supplies • Large Drag Net Lunch will be served

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AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013 A33

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: Certified wheat straw, bales weigh 1050-1200 lbs, baled with JD 569 mesh wrap baler, located 25 miles north of Kimball, $42.50 bale loaded on your truck or trucking is available. Call 605-350-0314 FOR SALE: Certified Expedition winter wheat seed. Cleaned with certified cleaner. $11 per bushel. 605-350-0314 Grass Hay for Sale. 115 large round bales of 2013 Grass Hay. 1500-1650 lbs. Net wrapped. Call Aaron at 320-226-2707

Winter Wheat Seed For Sale: SY Wolf winter wheat seed. High yields, test weight, great straw strength. Improved disease tolerance and very good winter hardiness.

Hunt Seed Co Inc, Hallock MN 218-843-1139

SEED FOR SALE: 80' 100 ton scale for your convenience, inspected & passed by SDSU. Varieties available: Certified AP503CL Certified Hawken Certified Sy Wolf Certified Wesley Common Wesley Certified Overland Certified Smokey Hill Herman Agri, Inc. Seed Permit #0026. For more information call Ray 605-869-2305, cell 605-280-5605 or Tim 605-869-2304, cell 605-280-1781 FOR SALE: Good Green Alfalfa round bales. Dairy land tested. $180/ton at the field. 605-396-7578 460 Brome-Alflafa-Crested wheat bales, 1800 lbs, (PLUS). Contact Thomas for additional details 701-325-0517 Call us to place your ad in AGWEEK class. 888-857-1920 AGWEEK ads cover 4 states and bring results. Call 888-857-1920

HAYING EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: Morris 881 hay hiker. Also for sale, ag-bagger for large square bales. 605-432-6138 or 605-949-1661 FOR SALE: 1995 NH 660 round baler, shedded, in good condition, $6,000. 701-493-2658. Leave a Message. 1992 Massey Ferguson 200 self propelled mower conditioner, cab, heat & air, 16' auger header with conditioner, 1600 hours, swather trailer also available, all hydraulic drive, excellent condition, $9200. 2010 Rowse double mower, like new, only cut 500 acres, $13,900. 701-368-1568 8200 Hesston SP 14ft auger head, new AC, 2300 hrs, $12,000 OBO. JD 1600 14ft Moco, 540 pto, $2,000 OBO. Farmhand 8 small sq bale packer and bale pick up for loader. 1992 Chevy 2500, 4x4 extended cab, auto, gas, great shape, $3,500 OBO. 605-690-6316 2000 Jones Mighty Giant hay grinder with grapple fork, 3408 CAT engine, 525 HP, totally reconditioned, new clutch, belts, cylinders and paint. 3000 hrs on engine overhaul, like new, call for price. 402-487-2501 or 402-276-1111 MDS 4 tine square bale stabber with hyd. push off, JD 740-741 mounts, like new, $2,000. 2007 Haybuster 2650 bale processer, less than 200 bales through. Like new, $15,500. Call 605-660-2535 JD 725 loader with quick attach bucket and bale spear, no welds, no breaks, excellent condition, 605-350-1138 or 605-352-0463 ask for Joel. FOR SALE: Case IH RBX562 Baler, would make good straw & hay machine, in good condition. $8,500. 701-867-2515 or 701-391-8154

HAYING EQUIPMENT 2010 New Holland BB 9060 3x3 large square baler, walking tandems, auto lube, approximately 10,000 bales, very nice, $59,500. 2007 ProAg 12 SR large square bale stacker, very nice shape, $32,000. 701-430-0965. 2007 Mighty Giant tub grinder, hydro fork. 605-770-2001 2010 New Holland BR7060 baler, net wrap or twine, 560 bales, extra wide sweep, very good condition, always shedded, asking $21,000. Call 605-520-7021 FOR SALE: Roughly 300 Round bales of 1st cutting alfalfa, 20% protein, 126 RFB, $200/ton. 1000 Round bales of grass hay, $150/ton. Serious Inquiries Only. Call Todd Heer, Doland area, 605-460-6944 '06 JD 567 12700 bales, very good condition, mega tooth pick-up, 1000 pto, $17000 OBO call Trevor 605-530-0818

HAYING EQUIPMENT MDS 4 tine square bale stabber with hyd. push off, JD 740-741 mounts, like new, $2,000. 2007 Haybuster 2650 bale processer, less than 200 bales through. Like new, $15,500. Call 605-660-2535 FOR SALE: USED VERMEER BALERS •2 - 605SM with Netwrap. •2 - 605M, 1 with twine, 1 with net wrap. •1 - 605XL Call Cal @ 701-490-0652 or Kyle @ 701-490-6460 720 TD 14ft disk bine, fits on bi-directional, like new. 4865 New Idea baler, net wrap and twine, hydraulic pick up. 6072 Bueller baler. Kuhn VT 180 vertical mixer, 800 cu ft, with scale, 2 doors, like new. W24 pay loader with grapple. Call 701-724-3486 or 701-680-1507 AGWEEK ads cover 4 states and bring results. Call 888-857-1920

Collector Tractor, Machinery, Model A Ford Car, Farm Livestock, Wood Working Equipment & Tools Auction Friday, September 13, 10:00 am

Located 12 Miles West of Gilby, ND Tractors & Accessories: Ford 8N (overhauled engine & 3pt). King Kutter 5ft blade. Ford 2 Bottom Plow. 8 ft, 3pt Cultivator. 6ft, 3pt harrow. Hay rake. 7 ft 3 pt disk. IHC 350 Gas wide front TA PTO, hyd serial # 88155. IHC Super A, wide front. JD B Narrow front, 6 speed, PTO, styled, serial #160549. Allis Chalmers C wide front, serial #C56745. Belly Mower. Vehicles & 3 Wheeler: 1931 Model A (running order). 1972 Chevy Nova, 4 Door, V8 auto, running, 49,200 Miles. 1985 Ford, F350, 12 ft steel box & hoist, 6 cylinder, 4 speed, 58,600 miles. Honda Big Red 3 Wheeler. Livestock & Misc Equipment: Avenger 6x10 enclosed trailer. 4 wheel flat bed trailer. (2) Hog feeders. (2) Bale Feeders. Portable loading chute. Small boat & trailer/Evenrude motor. Christmas tree bagger. Horse mower. 1000G fuel tank elect pump. 500G fuel tank, elect pump. Bush hog, 6 ft, 3 pt Mower. JD 2 bottom plow on steel. 5x10 shop made stock trailer. Pump jack. Pig crate. Farrow crate. Bird crate. Water tanks. Lambing jugs & pens. Misc. gates. Misc feeders. Water tank. Misc tires. Large selection new & used lumber. Steel posts. Fishing equipment. Many shop related items, parts & supplies. Shop & Carpentry: Small Drill Press. Delta spindle sander. Delta router. Delta 12ft planer. Delta disk sander. Delta Band saw. Tablesaw 10”. Ryobi sander. Delta planer joiner. Band saw. Miter saw. Shop vac. Chain saw. Lincoln 225 welder. Wheel barrow. Air compressor. Vise. Handy man. Pipe Threader. Moving cart. Large selection of new & used hand tools. Large selection of wood working tools. Collectibles & Household: Horse Drawn Spring Board wagon. (2) Barrister Book cases. Old style pump organ. Chord organ. Potato planter. JD Single row corn picker. Several pieces of older wood furniture for restoration. Anvil. (1) Bottom plow. Walking plow. Canoe. Large yard wind mill. Older bikes. Oars. Potato basket. Platform scale. (2) Bob Sleigh runners. Hand sheep shearing outfit. Round table & 4 chairs. Cream can. Shop made sleigh. Small fridge. Saddles & Harnesses. Auctioneers Note: There are many old and interesting items at this auction. Large buildings still full of items at time of listing. Please come early and plan to spend the day. Thank you, the Askim’s

Russell & Delores Dawes Estate For more information please phone Delores at 701-397-5894

Askim Auction & Appraisal Service. The Auction Company Who Cares! midwestauctions.com/askim TERMS: Cash or Check. US Funds. Nothing removed until settled for. All items sold as is where is. All statements made sale day take precedence over written advertising. Not responsible for errors or omissions in above listing. Not responsible for accidents. Rest room provided. Lunch served. All items must be removed the day of the sale from the premises unless arrangements have been made.

Auctioneers & Clerk: Askim Auction & Appraisal Service, Arlyn Askim Lic. #191, Ryan Askim Lic #726, Dakota Clerking, Lic. #311 205 Park St. East, Park River, ND 58250 For information on this auction or if you are planning an auction please phone 701-360-45-12 or 701-331-0551 for more information.

MOVING AUCTION

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 2013 • 11AM

LOCATION: BERG AUCTION CENTER, 241 3RD ST. WEST, HALSTAD, MN HOUSEHOLD: Large Oak dining room table and 6 chairs. Curved glass curio cabinet. 42” flat screen TV. Almost new couch. Recliners. Hallway bench. Spinet piano. Dressers. Very nice bedroom sets. Almost new upright freezer. Large wall clock. Love seat and recliner set. Plus more very nice household items. ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES: Drop leaf table. Mickey Mouse collection. Toy tractors. Terry Redlin Prints. Wood rocker. Wash stand. There is some very nice glassware. Most of it stored in boxes. Plus more LAWN AND GARDEN ITEMS: Electric start push mower. Stihl hand held tiller. Walkbehind snowblower. Glass top patio set with 6 chairs. Lounge chair. Gas grill. Weed eater, hedge trimmer. Lots of lawn and garden tools and more MISC ITEMS: Plastic and metal storage cabinets. File cabinets. This is just a partial list more items will be added to web site.

RALPH AND SANDRA SWICK AND OTHERS MOVING SALE AUCTIONEER AND CLERK: BILL BERG AUCTION SERVICE, PO BOX 62, HALSTAD, MN. 56548, 218-766-6797 MN. LIC. NO. 54-12-03, ND LIC. NO. 367. TERMS: Cash or your good check, Nothing removed until settled for. Master Card and Visa accepted when Possible. LUNCH SERVED CHECK OUT WEBSITE AT www.bergauctions.com or email bergauct@aol.com

AUCTION

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 15, 2013 • 11AM

LOCATION: BERG AUCTION CENTER, 241 3RD ST. WEST, HALSTAD, MN TOYS: Over 100 toy tractors new in boxes. Precision including Ford 9N. AC WC. IH MV. JD R.JD 4020. JD 620Hi crop. Plus special addition tractors. Show tractors and other very hard to find models. this is a very nice collection. Plus will have close to 100 Die cast cars and pickups new in box. HUMMELS: 50-60 Hummels. Some very hard to find ones. ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES: Tea pot collection. RR engines and other unique railroad items. Steefrom railroad picture. Howard Miller RR clock. RR beer steins. Ship bench - very old. Very old map cabinet. Old tools. beer signs. Some nice old furniture. Indian stones. Lots of small items. PICKUP: 1997 Ford F-250 ext cab long box heavy duty pickup. HOUSEHOLD: Very nice sectional couch. chairs. dressers. chest of drawers. Large cabinet. Plus more. MISC ITEMS: Plastic shelving. Folding tables. Director chair. Glass display cabinets several styles. show cases. Rechargeable tool set. Lawn and garden tools. plus lots more. We have just added an area estate to this sale not sure what is there come and see what we find.

HARLAN HALL AND OTHERS-OWNERS

AUCTIONEER AND CLERK: BILL BERG AUCTION SERVICE, PO BOX 62, HALSTAD, MN. 56548, 218-766-6797 MN. LIC. NO. 54-12-03, ND LIC. NO. 367. TERMS: Cash or your good check, Nothing removed until settled for. Master Card and Visa accepted when Possible. LUNCH SERVED CHECK OUT WEBSITE AT www.bergauctions.com or email bergauct@aol.com

ESTATE AUCTION

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 18, 2013 • 5PM LOCATION: 308 4TH STREET WEST, ADA, MN.

REAL ESTATE: Selling at absolute Auction after opening bid of ONLY $25, 0000.00 will sell a very nice rambler 2 bedroom single bath home with full basement. Newer furnace/air (high efficiency gas 90%) with attached garage. Large corner lot. Open house will be Sunday September 8 from 1-3. Terms will be 10% down day of sale balance on closing. ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES: Curved glass china cabinet with curved glass on both sides. Stacking bookcase. Carnival glass. Milk glass. Cut glass. Lots of old knick knacks. Spoon collection. China set. Smoking stand. Lots of costume jewelry. Lots of linens and fancy work. Norman county World War 1917-18-19 book. cups and saucers. Homemade quilts and quilting supplies. Plus more HOUSEHOLD: Upright freezer. Washer and dryer. Refrigerator. Microwave. Couch with recliners. Very nice Maple bedroom set. Dining room table with 6 chairs. Kirby vacuum cleaner. Day bed. Dressers. 2-dehumidifiers. Rockers. Recliners. Hanging lamp. Plus other normal household items. MISC ITEMS: 2 Drawer file cabinet. Lawn and garden items. Some tools. Round card table and chairs. Step ladder. Plus more

HELEN DOCKEN ESTATE-OWNER AUCTIONEER AND CLERK: BILL BERG AUCTION SERVICE, PO BOX 62, HALSTAD, MN. 56548, 218-766-6797 MN. LIC. NO. 54-12-03, ND LIC. NO. 367. TERMS: Cash or your good check, Nothing removed until settled for. Master Card and Visa accepted when Possible. LUNCH SERVED CHECK OUT WEBSITE AT www.bergauctions.com or email bergauct@aol.com


A34 AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013

HAYING EQUIPMENT 1998 Haybuster 1100. New control box. New bottom belt and back belt. Excellent shape, $15,000. Also, For Sale: Alfafa and Brome hay. 605-426-6128 or 605-380-2922

HAYING EQUIPMENT

HAYING EQUIPMENT

John Deere 956 Mower conditioner, Vermeer R23 twin rake, New Holland 456 9ft mower, all in excellent condition. 605-854-3560

AUCTION

VEHICLES – ATV – SNOWMOBILE – TOOLS – LAWN & GARDEN - ANTIQUES LOCATION: From Greenbush, MN – 6.5 miles west on Hwy# 11.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 12:00PM

1990 Chevy G20 cargo van; 1942 Chevrolet pickup; Honda 125 3wheeler; Polaris Indy Special 600 snowmobile; Craftsman GT5000 48in lawn mower; Husqvarna 17in garden tiller; Simplicity snowblower; Stihl grass trimmer; AgriFab ATV trailer; John Deere 3 bottom plow; Several DeWalt, Bosch, Craftsman, Black & Decker power tools; Leather sofa; Old trunks; Wagon wheels; Mantel and Cuckoo clocks; Old saws; 1936 Crosley radio; Oak coffee table; Oil lamps; Monarch enamel cookstove; Several hand tools; MANY MORE ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION!!! FOR 200+ PICTURES & SALE BILL GO TO WWW.JRAUCTIONEERS.COM T O M A B R A H A M S O N E S TAT E TERMS: Cash, approved check, US funds. Picture ID required to register. Statements made auction day take precedence over all advertising. All items sold as is, all sales final. Nothing to removed until settled for. AUCTIONEER: JASON ROMINSKI AUCTIONEERS Stephen MN, MN Lic#45-14/ND Lic#922. Phone 218-478-3030.

HAYING EQUIPMENT

John Deere 535 round baler with net wrap and twine. Field Ready! Call 605-949-1916 or 605-432-4096 FOR SALE: New Holland 1475 haybine, 16 foot, field ready, 1000 PTO, $7,200. ALSO John Deere ground driven manure spreader Model R series, 1 could stand some cosmetic wood work but operational, ideal for 4-H or horse interests, can spread behind a pickup $300. 605-532-5689 1981 Peterbilt haymover 15x41 ft bed running condition $8500 complete or $5000 for bed. 1985 New Holland 855 round baler excellent condition complete rebuild hydraulic tie $2500. 605-894-4435 2011 John Deere 568 Baler with net wrap mega wide picker. It has 4680 bales. It has always been stored in a shed. Contact Thomas for additional details. 701-325-0517 Call us to place your ad in AGWEEK class. 888-857-1920 AGWEEK ads cover 4 states and bring results. Call 888-857-1920

Hay Handling Equipment •Tonutti V20 wheel rake •Kramer Inline 8 bale mover w/side arm •Lorenz stack mover 13x29 •Many Tractor front end loaders •Single & Double round bale spears •Grapple Forks - 4 & 5 tines •Skidsteer Buckets w/grapple forks •Pallet Forks - for all loaders including skidsteers

Photos @ RennerEquip.Com Call Corky at 605-848-1013

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AGWEEK Deadline

......................................... The deadline for farm ads to run in AGWEEK is Thursday at 3:00 PM for the following Monday edition.

AGWEEK ADVERTISING RATES To place your ad call 888-857-1920 or email classifieds @classifiedsfcc.com

COLLECTIBLE TRACTOR AND FARM AUCTION SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14, 2013 STARTING AT 9:30 A.M/CT

Location: Location: From Jamestown, ND, west on I-94 to Cleveland, ND, exit 238, east side of Cleveland north 4 miles, 1 mile east, 1 south, 1/2 east.

Sat. October 12 PALISADE, MN

4R Arena

Calling for your firearms, clean equipment, vehicles, machinery and tractors, trailers, large recreation and sporting for consignment Immediately as print deadline is Sept. 16th

COLLECTIBLE TRACTORS - Sell at 1:00 pm IHC Super M-TA, Ser. # 7116,1954, PS, hyd., WF • IHC H, Ser. #116852, 1942,9 speed trans., parade ready • IHC WD 450 diesel, Ser. #958, 1957 PS, hyd. • A Chalmers D-19, Ser. #2300D,very good original tires • A Chalmers WD-45, Ser. #2086631,850 (good tires) • M Moline ZAU, Ser. #0064902642,1949, very good original tires • M Moline UB, Ser. #090655,1953 (stuck 850) • John Deere 730 diesel, 3 pt.,Ser. #7328421, 1960, PS, wide front • John Deere 60 RC, Ser. #6054861,1955, very nice, WF • John Deere A, Ser. #696800, 1952, wide front • John Deere B, Ser. #130452, 1942 • IHC Super M, Ser. #37169, 1953 PS, hyd. WF • IHC Super M, Ser. #34258, 1953 hyd. • IHC Super MD, Ser. #141512, 1953, diesel, hyd. • IHC M, Ser. #197718, 1949 hyd. • IHC Super W-6-TA, Ser. #12351, 1954 hyd. gas • IHC Super W-6-TA, Ser. #1273, 1954, diesel • IHC Super WD-6, 1953 diesel • IHC W400, Ser. #21615, 1954 or 55 hyd. • IHC W-9 gas, 1947 PS, hyd. • IHC C, Ser. #29092, 1949 hyd. • IHC H, Ser. #271962, 1948 w/belly mower • Farmall 450, hyd., WF • Farmall 460, Ser. #12460, 1959, hyd. WF • Farmall regular with cult., Ser. #43168, 1929 • Farmall F-20, Ser. #34550, 1936 • Farmall F-20, Ser. #17550, 1933, parts, high speed trans. • Farmall F-14, Ser. #FS130847, 1938, restore or parts • McCormick Deering 22-36 (about 1930) • W fronts, belt pulleys and other parts • John Deere 720 STD diesel, Ser. #7213470, 1957 • John Deere 70 STD diesel, rock shaft, Ser. #20331, 1955 • Ford 8N, 1948 with cult. • Ford 8N, 1950 or 51 with plow • Ford Jubilee 1953, new rear tires, blade & bucket

Wed. October 9

10 AM • MOTLEY, MN

Retirement Auction

Richard & Bev Boduc, Owners For Complete List Visit: www.reinhardtauctions.com Or Call 218-845-2260 MN LIC #01-15

• 160 Acres, Burleigh Co., ND, Driscoll Twp. Auction 10/10/2013

160 ACRES OF NORTH DAKOTA FARM LAND FOR SALE

• 160 Acres, Stutsman Co., ND, Buchanan Twp. Auction, 12/10/2013

BOZOVSKY FAMILY ESTATE

LAND & COMMERCIAL PROPERTY FOR SALE • 80 Acres, Barnes ND, Fingal Twp.

Co.,

• 17 Acres, Clay Co., MN • Commercial Bldg, #10, Glyndon, MN

Hwy

• Commercial/Retail Hawley, MN

Lots,

• COMMERCIAL BUSINESS: Written Bid • Convenience StoreGrand Forks, ND- Corner of S. Washington & University For additional information or catalogs please contact Terry Skjerseth at 701-261-1144, tskjerseth@pifers.com Pifer’s Auction & Realty, 218-477-1968, www.pifers.com

AGWEEK ads cover 4 states and bring results. Call 888-857-1920

REAL

Legal is NE ¼ of Sec 31 131N - 51W. The farm land is 160 +/- acres in Liberty Grove Twp., Richland County at the SW corner of 89th St SE and 157th Ave SE, about three miles NE of Lidgerwood, ND. Fields have a soild productivity Index of 81.9 with 2/3 of soil in the 90's. Mostly high ground with very little low ground. Rental agreement end in 2013. Seller will consider selling the farm land as seperate 80 acre parcels. Written bids will be accepted until 9/24/2013. Contact Robert Bozovsky at 763-425-5801, or cell 763-412-9996 for info and bid forms. Email address is: rmbozovsky@comcast.net 1998 28x60 Friendship home 3 bedroom 2 bath, family room with fireplace, living room, new furnace, inside recently repainted, excellent condition. Possible acreage to sell with it. Ideal for hunters. Has to be moved and can have web water hooked up to it. 605-769-4259 or 605-948-2213 26 miles from Missouri River

AUCTION

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY 150 Cult. Acres Woodbury Directory SW 1/4 Sec 3,139, 64, Stutsman County. TERMS 10% down the day of auction. Balance due in approx. 40 days. Taxes prorated day of closing. Owner will also consider contract for deed.

Rowena Kruckow, Owner

Ed & Loretta Janzen, Owners

• 200 Acres, Nelson Co., ND, Rugh Twp. Auction 9/27/2013

Location of Auction: Quality Inn, Jamestown, ND

Retirement Sellout Auction

Retirement Auction

• 480 Acres, Pierce Co., Tuscarora Twp. 9/26/2013

Own Farmland?

Looking for farmland of any acreage to rent or buy. Pembina, Walsh and Kittson counties. Thomas R. and Thomas J. Grzadzieleski. 701-360-1693.

WED., SEPTEMBER 18, 2013 • STARTING AT 1:00 P.M/CT

10 AM • PINE RIVER, MN

10 AM • KELSEY, MN

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LAND AUCTIONS

ESTATE

Wed. September 11

Wed. September 18

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LATER MODEL TRACTORS John Deere 4630, 1976, 3 hyd., CAH,3 pt, power shift, FWA w/loader & grab • John Deere 4010, PS, WF, 3 pt, PTO • John Deere 4020, PS, good tires, low hours, engine rebuilt, PTO FARM EQUIPMENT & SHOP • 1974 International 1600 Truck w/steel box & hoist, 41,000 actual miles • 10x61 PTO Grain Auger • John Deere #38 mower • 300 & 400 gal. fuel tanks • IH field cultivator, 18 ft. • Various drags and drag sections • Belly 9 ft. sickle mower • 4 wheel trailers • 56”x24 ft. fuel tank, 4000 gal. • Various grain augers w/electric motors, 30 & 40 ft. • IH 400 planter, 6, 30”, sunflower & corn • 80 bu. PT wagon • (2) 6 ton wagons • Alloway pickup sprayer, 50 ft. • Round feeders, 60 bu. 100 bu. • Wire roller and wire, steel posts, used wire • (2) electric drag augers w/1 HP motors • (4) gas motors • Sickle sharpener • 25,000 KW generator, PTO • Chain saw • Wheelbarrows • Blackbird boomers • 650/65Rx38 tires • 20.8x38 tires & wheels • Wheel weights • Sears Aluminium boat • Meat Grinder-Sausage stuffer-smoker • Other shop & hand tools OLD & INTERESTING AC round baler (good restorable) • White garden tractor w/tiller & mower • Service station oil containers • John Deere 2 bottom plow • (2) old horse mowers, McCormick & Deering • John Deere corn sheller • Maytag wringer washing machine • John Deere #5 mower • Various tractor parts for all makes of tractors • Push cultivators (garden) • Old hay knives • 3 pt - cultivator • 3 pt - dis • 3 pt - plow • Old platform scale • Various other item • Lots of scrap iron

MYRON TARNO, OWNER PHONE 701-252-6455 All out of state buyers must make arrangements with auction company with bank letter of credit prior to auction day. All buyers must have proper ID to obtain a bidding number. For more information about equipment call Myron at 701-252-6455. 701-320-4050 • PHONE 752.4168 EMAIL: nenow@daktel.com

www.midwestauctions.com/nenow

NENOW AUCTION SERVICE AUCTIONEERS: ROGER NENOW, LIC. NO. 132 CHAD MACK, LIC. NO. 819 • CLERKING NO. 207

FOR FURTHER CONTACT INFORMATION: NENOW AUCTION 701-320-4050 • ROGER & BONNIE MATHIAS, OWNERS

www.midwestauctions.com/nenow AUCTIONEERS ROGER NENOW, LIC. NO. 132 CHAD MACK, LIC. NO. 819 • CLERKING NO. 207

NENOW AUCTION SERVICE

3529 HIGHWAY 52 BYPASS, JAMESTOWN, ND 58401 BOX 103, WOODWORTH, ND 58496 • 701-320-4050 PHONE 752.4168 EMAIL: nenow@daktel.com


AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013 A35

REAL ESTATE/ AG STOCK Ranch For Sale Opal, SD Approx 1,875 acres. 600 acres +\- hay ground, a lot of it being creek bottom land. Hay is looking good for 2013. Remaining acres are in pasture. Barns and corrals are in good condition. Older 2 bedroom ranch house, approx 1000 sq ft main level, with full unfinished basement and with upgrades such as replacement windows and new central heating and air. For detailed information please contact: Dave Fogelman 469-995-5440 FOR RENT: Lakeside Ranch, 65 acres, 2 barns, 2 corrals, 3 bedroom house, 3 stall garage. Anamoose, ND. 701-324-2634 PRE-AUCTION PRICING 2 1/4 qtr sections of crop land for sale East Codington county, Wavery township. (40 years of real estate experience. Call (24/7) expect Sunday AM) Bird Realty & Auction, Inc. Milbank, SD 605-467-0224 Opportunity Knocks!!! 3 BR 2 BA Home w/ 2506 sq ft store. Fuel pumps. Mini golf. Former Convenience Store. Would make a good coffee/lunch or bait and tackle shop. In Battle Lake, MN across from Lake & Lodges. 218-495-2802 or 952-270-9032.

REAL ESTATE/ AG STOCK FARM BOSS!

Substantial ice fishing business on Lake of The Woods. Main business operates December 1st to April 1st. This is a perfect family investment to work on during those winter months! Trade parcel of agriculture land and create a winter investment for your family future. Wigwam Resort is priced to sell at $2,995,000 with all offers considered and all financing options discussed. Buy now, operate this December 1st. Owner of 15 years will stay on for all training. Contact Dan Houle, 218-235-0413 www.mnresortsales.com 1000+ acres of productive farm land for sale: Prime setting for dairy cattle or crop land, West Central MN by Sterns county, dairy and cattle country, Send inquires to PO Box 134 Sauk Center MN 56378 FARM FOR SALE: 160 acres m/l in Roseville N township of Traill County, ND. Northeast corner of Section 16. PI of 75. Will accommodate for a 1031 transfer if needed. Questions or to make offer call 319-331-1425. HOUSE FOR SALE: Very nice older 2 story home in Claremont, SD, 5 bedrooms, 2 baths, central air, attached garage, seamless steel siding, drain tile. Also 36x28 workshop. Call 605-294-7846 leave name and number.

For Sale at Public Auction 874.1 +/- Acres of Cropland & CRP

Property Location: Adams County, ND Owner: Kayleen Weaver, Jerenda Ford & Gary Christian Monday, September 16, 2013 at 1:00 PM MDT Dakota Lodge – Lemmon, SD Tract 1: (154.1 +/- Acres)

Tract 2: (240 +/- Acres)

• Legal Description: NE ¼ of Section 8, Twp 129, Range 94 Adams County, ND • FSA Tillable Acres: 149.85 +/-

• Legal Description: NE ¼, N ½ SE ¼ of Section 3, Twp 129, Range 94 - Adams County, ND • FSA Tillable Acres: 185.23 +/• FSA Tillable Acres: 94.71 +/Tract 3: (480 +/- Acres) • Legal Description: • CRP Acres: 208.5 +/NE ¼ of Section 4, Twp 129, Range 94 • Pasture Acres: 176.69 +/Adams County, ND • Total CRP Pmt: $5198.00 SE ¼ of Section 33, Twp 130, Range 94 • CRP Contract Expiration: Adams County, ND September 30, 2021 & SW ¼ of Section 34, Twp 130, Range 94 September 30, 2022 - Adams County, ND

Terms & Conditions: Successful bidder (s) will deposit 15% non-refundable earnest money on auction day, with the balance due at closing. Property will be offered in three tracts. Closing to be held on or before November 15, 2013. Seller is retaining all owned mineral rights including coal, scoria, gravel, clay and all aggregate on or under the surface. Property sold without buyer contingencies of any kind. Buyers should have financial arrangements secured prior to bidding. 2013 Real Estate Taxes and CRP payment to be prorated to the date of closing. Seller to receive 2013 rental income. Buyer needs to accept all terms and conditions of the existing lease agreement on the property. Possession gives as follows: Immediate possession at closing. Title will transfer by up to date abstracts and warranty deed. Property sold by legal description only. Descriptions and information are from sources deemed reliable although neither the seller nor Auctioneer-Broker are making any guarantees or warranties, actual or implied. Buyers should inspect property to the extent deemed necessary and use your own judgment when bidding. Auctioneers-Broker are representing the seller interests in this transaction. Announcements made at auction take precedence over any printed material or prior representation. Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids.

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Ag Real Estate Loans Wanted! Financing for Real Estate purchases & refinancing offering low variable & long term fixed rate loans. Give us a call to get information & current rates. Ask for Bill 320-293-0352

Minnesota Lake Properties Huge Selection - Visit

www.cormorantrealty.com Superb Hamlin County acreage w/15 acres near Lake Norden. 6 bedrooms, 3 baths, w/walk-out finished basement, great views from 2 decks. master bath w/jetted tub and walk-in closet. 32x44 finished, heated outbuilding w/14' 6'' sidewalls.

Haugan Nelson Realty, Inc., 11 19th St NE, Watertown, SD 57201 Call Leif Erickson 605-881-1501

600 tillable acres in Section 14, Township 112 north, Range 73, west of 5th P.M., Hyde County, 6 miles west of Highmore, SD, 57345. Accepting bids. 720-297-2824

LAND AUCTIONS • 79 acres Land Auction, Sept 11, Traill Co. ND • 320 acres Land Auction, Sept 12, Ransom Co. ND • 160 Acres, Stutsman Co., ND, Buchanan Twp. Auction, 12/10/2013 • 1175 acres Land Auction, Sept 12, Barnes Co. ND • 1016 acres Land Auction, Oct 3, McLean Co. ND • 273 acres Land Auction, Oct 7, Traill Co. ND • 315 acres Farmland & Farmstead, Nelson Co. ND

LAND FOR SALE • Over 38,000 Thousand Acres of Land For Sale in ND, MN, MT & SD. Steve Link, Broker, Pifer's Auction & Realty 701.361.9985 stlink@pifers.com 877.700.4099 www.pifers.com

Looking For Land To Rent in Southern Marshall County or Northern West Polk County. 701-740-1547 or 701-740-5838

FARMLAND FOR SALE:

SW¼-12-152-56 (Niagara Twp, GF County). Available to crop in 2014; 135 tillable acres; ave 79 PIndex, over 50% at 87. Call Hager Law Office, Larimore, ND 701-343-6487 for bid info. Sellers reserve right to reject any and all bids.

REAL ESTATE/ AG STOCK Your Seed to

SUCCESS

Call us to place your ad in AGWEEK class. 888-857-1920 AGWEEK ads cover 4 states and bring results. Call 888-857-1920

RETIREMENT of the “SILVER DOLLAR PAWN SHOP” 701-741-8629

LOCATION: 1224 S. Washington, Grand Forks, ND.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,10:00 AM ORDER OF SALE Firearms 11:00, followed by Guitars, Musical Instruments. Due to volume, selling in 2 rings. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Exceptionally clean pawn shop w/ excellent merchandise! Selling indoors & in strip mall parking lot. Call 701-741-8629 for auction questions. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Violins: John Juzek 1932 violin, Glaesel misc. violins; Saxophones; Clarinets; Flutes; Tuba; Piccolo; Trumpet; Trombone; Oboe; Auto harp; Cymbals; Drum; Guitar accessories; Tuners; Pedals, effects; Microphones 70 GOOD ACOUSTIC & ELECTRIC GUITARS Including: 1959 Fender Music Master; Taylor 410; Gibson 1997 Les Paul; Stetson Mandolin; Fender J-5; Guitar Amps: Randall, Peavey, Carvin, Fender, Crate & Others RETAIL 16 glass display cases; 120' Gondola shelving; 200' pegboard/shelves; 40’ metal slat wallboard, shelves; Cash registers; Office supplies; Furnishings; Check imprinter; Security system, digital recording, 12 cameras; 3 fire proof safes; New Lenorox down flow furnace; Digital scale; Dollar counter; Cars, Dollys; Shrink wrap machine ELECTRONICS Computers, screens, accessories; Kindle Fire; Acer tablet; Ipods; Game Systems: PS3, XBox 360, Wii, Others; Video games; Cell Phones; 2000 DVD's; Theatre systems, speakers; DVD, Blue Ray Players; GPS; Auto back up camera; Digital projector; Assorted cameras, lenses

ONLINE ONLY

www.bigiron.com

Unreserved Auction

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

NATIVE AMERICAN ITEMS NEON SIGNS; Including Joe Camel HOUSEHOLD Sm. appliances; Heaters; Vacuums; Tankless water heater, new; Clocks; Flags; Much Misc. JEWELRY 14, 10K gold; Silver; Many rings, necklaces; Jewelry cleaning equip.; Bosch Gem scope

First lots scheduled to close at 10:00 AM Central Time

SPORTING Harley Davidson leather jackets; Mounts; Compound bows; Trolling motor; Helmets; Snowboards; Golf clubs; Boots; Tents; Spotting scopes; Knives; Swords; Bicycles; Prints

505 LOTS SELLING

COLLECTIBLE DIE CAST CARS TOOLS Power hand, battery & air tools; Dewalt, Snap-on, Mac Matco, Craftsmen, Hitachi, Makita, Milwaukee, Bostitch, Paslode; Hilte 120 metal fastener; Makita auto feed screw gun; Carpet tools; Welder: Lincoln Square Wave TIG 275; Clark Mig 160 EN; Ladders; Waterloo tool chest; Generators: Craftsmen 2500W, New-Wen 7000W; Graco paint sprayer, Gas texture machine; Chain air hoist; ICS Concrete chain saw; Trimmers; Chain saws; Leaf blowers

NO BUYERS PREMIUM FEE & NO RESERVES!! 31 Tractors, 3 Excavators, 3 Wheel Loaders, 8 Grain Carts, 6 Combines, 5 Balers, 3 Feeder Wagons, 2 Floaters, 2 Sprayers, 18 Headers, Bucket Truck, 2 Dump Trucks, 2 Semi Trucks, 7 Straight Trucks, 5 Pickups, 6 Grain Trailers, Tillage Equipment, Planting Equipment, Hay & Livestock Equipment and much more!

Visit www.bigiron.com for owner names, items locations & phone numbers. Big Iron is seeking motivated sales representatives and managers, send your resume to employment@bigiron.com BigIron.com is a division of Stock Auction Company, 1-800-937-3558

Wayne Weishaar - Salesperson (701) 376-3109 Shawn & Sarah Weishaar - Salesperson (701) 376-3582 www.weishaarsales.com

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The next BigIron.com auction is on September 25!!

FIREARMS HANDGUNS: Walther .38 semi-auto; Hi-Point .45 semi-auto; WINCHESTERS: (2) Model 70's, 30-06 SPR, w/ scope, bolts; Model 70, .300 Ultra Mag. Rem. w/ scope; Model 12, 12ga., pump; (3) Model 1300's, 12ga., pumps; Model 37, 20ga., single; Mossberg model 715T, .22 (AR style) semi-auto, scope; Aero Precision model AP15, .223 (AR style) semi-auto. BROWNINGS: A-Bolt II, .223 WSSM w/ scope, bolt; Citori 525, 12 gauge, o/u; A-5, 12ga, semi-auto; REMMINGTON'S: Model 770, 7mm-08, bolt; Model 11-87 Super Mag., 12 ga, semi-auto; MOSSBERG’S: (5) Model 835. 12ga., pumps; WEATHERBY'S: Vanguard VGS, .243 Win., bolt, scope; Vanguard, .270, scope, bolt; Enfield Custom Military 1917, 6mm-06, bolt; Ruger, Model M 77, MKII, 30-06, stainless, scope; SAVAGE: Axis .270, scope, bolt; Model 116, .30-06, stainless, scope, bolt; Westernfield model M732, 30-06, scope, bolt; Mauser model 98, 30-06, scope, bolt; Tikka model T3, .270 Winchester, scope, bolt; Howa, model 501g, 12ga, semi-auto's; Newport, model WN, 12ga., single; BLACK POWDER: Thompson Center, 50 caliber; Traditions, 50 caliber; STEVENS: Model 1874 .44 calib, bolt; Model 481 (Stage Coach Shotgun) 12ga.; St. Etienna Rifle, caliber unknown ANTIQUE FIREARMS (Some non-shooters) ISB Ruso, 12ga single; Remington's, 12 & 10ga, Double Barrel; Clark, 12ga, Double Barrel; (2) Neumann 12ga; W. Richards, 12ga; (2) No Name, 12ga; Ithica 12ga., hammerless; New Ithica, 10ga.


A36 AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013

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Farmland for Rent on Bids Polk and Norman Cty, MN

Polk Cty: NE¼ and NW½ of NW¼ Sec 33 T-147-N R-44-W. SW½ of SW¼ Sec 28 T-147-N R-44-W. Approx. 200+ acres tillable. Norman Cty: NW¼ Sec 15 T-146-N R-45-W Approx. 140 acres tillable. W½ Sec 10 T-146-N R-45-W Approx. 300 acres in CRP expiring 2014. Prefer 3 year contract. Rent due April 1. Tillable land available Nov. 1, 2013. Owner may refuse any or all bids. Bids due Sept 21, 2013. Mail bids to: Dean Johnson, 3370 Cty Hwy 1, Fertile, MN 56540. Questions: 612-759-9491.

ANTIQUES AND CRAFTS

79 acres Land Auction, Sept 11, Traill Co. ND 320 acres Land Auction, Sept 12, Ransom Co. ND 1175 acres Land Auction, Sept 12, Barnes Co. ND 1016 acres Land Auction, Oct 3, McLean Co. ND 273 acres Land Auction, Oct 7, Traill Co. ND 315 acres Farmland & Farmstead, Nelson Co. ND Over 38,000 Acres of Land For Sale in ND, MN, MT & SD. Steve Link, Broker, Pifer's Auction & Realty 701.361.9985 stlink@pifers.com 877.700.4099 www.pifers.com

ANTIQUES AND CRAFTS

Call us to place your ad in AGWEEK class. 888-857-1920

AGWEEK ADVERTISING RATES

1966 C10 Chevy Pickup. Restored. Call for particulars. 605-426-6795, 605-380-2530

To place your ad call 888-857-1920 or email classifieds @classifiedsfcc.com

1948 International KB5 Grain truck with 13ft box & hoist, stored inside. Also, JD plow, 5-16in bottoms, 2pt hitch, also stored inside. Call 605-380-7831

453 +/- ACRES

Fall Junkerama

Bunkhouse and Friends Fall Junkerama will be Sept 14-15 from 9am-5pm. Collectibles, antiques, linens, vintage quilts, dishes, repurposed items, baking, furniture, and lots more. 6 mi. west of Gardner ND on Cty Hwy 26. Bring your friends and your pickups! Also check out neighbors gargage sale 1 mi. east and 1/2 mi.north of Junkerama - open all day 13, 15, till noon on 14. Call 701-874-2342 evenings for more info. 1958 720 John Deere Diesel for parts or restoration. Restored 1948 B John Deere. 701-640-2203 1953 Chev 210 two door, chrome redone as well as some restoration. 6 cyl, with powerglide trans. 40,000 miles believe mileage correct. Call 605-586-4172 or 605-480-1826 asking $4000

Call us to place your ad in AGWEEK class. 888-857-1920

PIERCE COUNTY, ND

ANTIQUES AND CRAFTS

HORSES

WANT TO BUY: 1969 Plymouth Sport Satellite 2 door hardtop, vinyl roof, power disk brakes, torqueflite transmission console, axle ratio 3.23, 383 C.I.D. engine, 8 cyl 4 BBL, HD suspension, power steering, road wheels. Will consider any condition. Call 701-238-0584

HORSES Have room for a couple of horses to break and put miles on. $750/month. Also, 2005 horse trailer for sale. 20’ and in excellent shape. $6800. Located in the Pierre, SD area. 605-224-8171 or 605-280-2766

HORSES

Ranch Horse Competition: 8am MDT

SHETLAND PONIES: 2013 foals, black filly, 4 white stockings, black colt, 4 white stockings, chestnut filly, chestnut colt with comb, buttermilk buckskin pinto colt. Also yearling sorrel filly. Flaxxen mane & tail. 2 mares, 3 and 4 yrs old, broke to drive, in foal. Prices start at $75. www.hoofweb.com/tpf 605-582-3580 Thoreson Pony Farm Brandon, SD

For a catalog or more info: Joe: 701-230-3044 John: 701-720-6674 horsesale@nccray.com

POAs (Pony of the Americas) All Ages and Stallions, Mares and Geldings Starting at $200 and up. Phone 605-881-4380

“We don’t sell the most; we try to sell the best.”

10 year old bay gelding heel horse. 605-742-3077. If no answer, leave message.

www.doublejhorsesales.com

REDUCED PRICES Registered Percherons, bred brood mares, 2013 colts, yearling filly and stud. 701-226-3412

Double J Horse Sales ALL BREEDS CONSIGNMENT HORSE SALE Saturday, September 14th Stockmen’s Livestock Exchange in Dickinson, ND Sale: 12pm MDT

Miniature Horses For Sale. Beautiful color, All black and white pintos. Great disposition. Very Gentle. Been worked with since day one. Will make a very good pet. Yearlings and Winglings.

FOR SALE: 8 year old team of Molly mules 16.0 hands out of Belgian mares. Broke to drive, ride, and pack. Very gentle, easy to handle, harness, and no bad habits. Harness and collars go with them. 605-959-1653

or call 605-743-5201 or 605-881-2529

Will pick up any class of unwanted horses. 320-905-2626

www.bloodrunminihorses.com

WANTED: Someone to share an indoor horse arena and living quarters. 605-577-6699 Call us to place your ad. AGWEEK FARM AD DEPT.

888-857-1920

2 AUCTIONS • 283 +/- ACRES • CLAY, NORMAN & WILKIN CO., MN

LAND AUCTION L AND AUCTIONS Thursday, September 26, 2013 – 6:00 p.m. (CT)

Tuesday, October 8, 2013 - 10 am & 11am (CT)

Featuring 415 +/- acres of excellent farmland with good access!

AUCTION LOCATION: Pifer’s Office - Moorhead, MN

AUCTION LOCATION: Cobblestone Inn & Suites - Rugby, ND

203 Acres - Clay & Norman Co. AUCTION TIME: 10:00 am (CT)

80 Acres - Wilkin County AUCTION TIME: 11:00 am (CT)

PARCEL 1:

PARCEL INFORMATION

PARCEL 1

Acres: 156 +/Legal: SW¼, Less Outlot, 3 –155- 73 FSA Cropland: 155.82 acres

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Rugby, ND

Acres: 47 +/- Cropland: 46.5 +/- ac. Legal: S½ N½ SE¼ 36-143-47 (Norman County)

PARCEL 2:

Acres: 156 +/- Cropland: 147 +/- ac. Legal: NW¼ 1-142-47 (Clay County) Soil Productivity Indexes over 90 on both parcels!

PARCEL 2

120th Ave/CO RD #39

LAND AUCTIONS

www.pifers.com

877.700.4099

SUBJECT PROPERTY

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This sale is managed by Pifer’s Auction & Realty. All statements made the day of the auction take precedence over all printed materials. The seller reserves the right to reject or accept any and all bids. Pifer’s Auction & Realty, 1506 29th Ave S, Moorhead, MN 56560. Kevin Pifer, ND #715.

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110th ST N

OWNERS: Daryl & Nancy Heilman

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AGENT CONTACT: Terry Skjerseth - 701.261.1144

Borup, MN RIV

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60th ST NE

240th ST / CR #136

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Acres: 297.4 +/Legal: N½ 3 –155- 73, Less 20 +/acres with Farmstead FSA Cropland: 259 +/- acres

Acres: 80 +/Legal: W½ NW¼ 13-136-48 (Wolverton Twp. Wilkin County) Cropland: 80 +/- acres Soil Productivity Index over 90 on this parcel!

Wolverton, MN

ND MN

OWNER: Hazel Orud

CONTACT AGENT: Kevin Pifer - 701.238.5810 This sale is managed by Pifer’s Auction & Realty. All statements made the day of the auction take precedence over all printed materials. The seller reserves the right to reject or accept any and all bids. Pifer’s Auction & Realty, 1506 29th Ave S, Moorhead, MN 56560. Kevin Pifer, MN-#14-106.

Pifer’s LAND AUCTIONS

www.pifers.com

877.700.4099


AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013 A37

LIVESTOCK

LIVESTOCK

BLACK Angus yearling bulls, great selection, good dispositions, moderate birth weights. BLACK yearling heifers bull exposed as of 06/12/2013. Contact Larry Jordan, Rugby, ND 701-776-2228 or Cell 701-208-1094 Selling 300 Cow/Calf pairs 3-10 year olds. Pasture is available until fall. Bulls are available if wanted. Home raised. Reason for selling, lost pasture for next year. 605-216-4435 Registered Rambouillet Rams for Sale. We will have 7 at the open class sheep barn at the SD State Fair. And we have 1 yearling at home. This is our 44th year of selling Rams. Gary Haiwick, Highmore SD, 605-852-2507 or cell 605-870-1604 For Sale: Registered and purebred Polypay Rams. We have yearlings and a couple of 2 year olds we did not use last year. Our ewes lamb over 200%. Our Rams, ewes and their lambs are raised mostly on grass. 701-853-2489

LIVESTOCK For sale in the country and on order at the sale barns.

FOR SALE: 150 Open White Face Ewes because the wife is turning 67. 40 1-year-old Poly Pay/ Rambouillet Cross Ewes. 60 Montadale/Rambouillet cross. Remainder are various age Corriedale/Rambouillet cross. This herd has lambed 180% lambs for the last 7 years. All to go for $125/head. Jerry or Barbara Bauer 605-955-3396 H 605-281-0170 C Eureka, SD

Bred Cows/Pairs Bred Heifers Heifers Calves •3 & 4 year olds •5-7 year olds •Solid Mouth •Short Term •Late •Fall Calvers Prices vary on breed of cows, size and quality. For complete livestock listings see: www.kelivestock.com EICHLER LIVESTOCK Licensed & Bonded 605-228-7433

FOR SALE: Silencer Chute Rancher Model with Pearson Palp Cage. Cage includes 220 pump, good condition. Only 6 years old. 605-880-5408 GERARD KADLEC Feedlot Cleaning 5-20 Ton Trucks, mounted spreaders & 2 payloaders to handle all your feedlot cleaning needs. 20 yrs Experience. 605-290-3786

Gehl 125 grinder mixer, scale, 3ft auger extension, hammers never turned, like new condition. $14,000. 605-680-1679 Chocolate Muscovy ducklings available in large groups straight run. These are quality birds. Good for keeping bugs and fly population down on your farm. NPIP and pullorum and avian influenza free. Live near interstate for easy pickup. 605-449-4330

1996 TERRA-GATOR turkey liter spreader, Model 1803, 18 speed tork boost transmission, 3208 Cat engine, heater & air. Works great for spreading turkey liter. Call Sam at 605-350-9501

273 +/- ACRES

LIVESTOCK

TRAILL COUNTY, ND

LIVESTOCK

Suffolk & Corriedale Yearling & Ram Lambs. Clipped, semen tested, Codon tested, dewormed. See us at the Brown County Fair & South Dakota State Fair. For more information call Rossow Ranch at 605-216-2223 or 605-216-7758 FOR SALE: White Faced Sheep Bucks. Call: 701-645-2482 FOR SALE: 200 Head fine wooled Rambouillet yearling ewes. Can Deliver. Call 605-397-2430 or 605-380-3289 FOR SALE: 120 yearling white faced ewes. Mostly rambouillet. $225 OBO. 605-943-5585 or 605-730-0363 Nichols Fencing Desmet, SD Take old fence out & put in all types of new fence. Call: 605-695-4743 or 605-860-8886

LIVESTOCK

WANTED: Slaughter cattle, lame and thin. Also, foundered, bad eyed, and Lump Jaw. Will pay cash. Also, buying good slaughter cows and bulls. 320-905-4490 WANTED TO CONTRACT: 50-200 Balancer Heifer calves or bred heifers from a herd who has been in the chip program for many years (Angus mothers & Gelbvieh sires). Located in Northwood, ND. 701-587-6042 or 218-779-5640. 195 NH manure spreader, stamped steel, working alley way and squeeze chute. Hesston 6450 swather with 21ft head, 1200 bushel hopper bin on wheels, Two 600 bushel hopper bins. 500 bushel gravity box with tarp and drill fill augers. 150 bushel gravity box. Mix mill with augers. 9 wheel rake. 3 Phoenix back rubs. 30ft telephone polls. Turn tractor tires for feeding. 605-437-2488 or 605-281-0797 WANTED: Cows to winter or calves to background or finish. Can do it on the cost of gain or by the day. Have room for 2000 head. Call 605-280-6520

KO Fencing For all your fence contracting needs, call Paul 308-360-3536

723 +/- ACRES

Custom Fencing

Buskohl Livestock Fencing We install and remove all types of livestock fence. Barbwire, Woven Wire, Hi-Tensil Electric, Continuous Panels, and Windbreak. We are a licensed and bonded company. Give Cody a call 701-640-7869 FOR SALE: Registered & purebred Hampshire yearlings & 2 year old Rams. Also, (2) 2 yr old registered Suffolk Rams. 605-464-1125. Getting out. Selling 90 head of Reg. Red Angus Cow/Heifers. Contact Luke, 701-640-9852. FOR SALE: Our big, fast growing Hampshire Rams will add pounds to your 2014 lamb crop. Sept and January Ram lambs available. See our sheep at the SD State Fairs or at www.houghtalingsheep.com or on Facebook at Houghtaling Sheep Jan Houghtaling Doland, SD 605-350-4222 or 605-635-6222

TOWNER COUNTY, ND

LAND AUCTION L AND AUCTION Monday, October 7, 2013 – 11:00 a.m. (CT)

This property features 255 acres of excellent farm land currently in CRP.

AUCTION LOCATION: Country Hearth - Hillsboro, ND PARCEL 1

TRAILL COUNTY, ND

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PARCEL 2

Acres: 78.7+/Legal: S½ SW¼ Less Parcel #3 (1.301) 9-147-51 Cropland: 71.6 acres Description: Currently in CRP but has the opportunity to be bought out and farmed.

10 Hillsboro, ND

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CONTACT: Steve Link: 701.361.9985

OWNERS: Ron Egge This sale is managed by Pifer’s Auction & Realty. All statements made the day of the auction take precedence over all printed materials. The seller reserves the right to reject or accept any and all bids. Pifer’s Auction & Realty, 1506 29th Ave S, Moorhead, MN 56560. Kevin Pifer, ND #715.

Pifer ’s LAND AUCTIONS

www.pifers.com

877.700.4099

AUCTION LOCATION: Great American Inn - Devils TOWNER COUNTY, ND Lake, ND PARCEL 1 Acres: 297.79 +/Legal: N½ 2-159-65 Cropland: 275 +/- acres PARCEL 2 Acres: 385 +/Legal: N½ NW¼ 11-159-65 & S½ 2-159-65 less 11 acre farmstead Cropland: 280 +/- acres

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Egeland ND

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77th AVE NE

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Featuring 590 +/- acres of great cropland with a Soil Productivity Index of 70!

76th AVE NE

Acres: 193.54 +/Legal: NW¼ Less Tracts & N60AC of SW¼ Less Parcel #4 in 16-147-51 Cropland: 186.6 +/- acres Description: Currently in CRP but has the opportunity to be bought out and farmed.

Tuesday, September 24, 2013 – 11:00 a.m. (CT)

PARCEL 3 Acres: 40 +/Legal: SE¼ SE¼ 3-159-65 Cropland: 37 +/- acres

CONTACT AGENT: Kevin Pifer - 701.238.5810 OWNERS: Dennis Bondy & Bruce Bondy This sale is managed by Pifer’s Auction & Realty. All statements made the day of the auction take precedence over all printed materials. The seller reserves the right to reject or accept any and all bids. Pifer’s Auction & Realty, 1506 29th Ave S, Moorhead, MN 56560. Kevin Pifer, ND #715.

Pifer’s LAND AUCTIONS

www.pifers.com

877.700.4099


A38 AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013

LIVESTOCK

LIVESTOCK

Registered Red Angus Bulls These bulls are not pushed & grew out on a high ruffage diet. Carcas ultra sounded & semen tested. Yearling bulls available now! Will deliver. Jacobson Red Angus Hitterdal, MN 701-361-3189 or 218-962-3360 Backgrounding Available for feeder calves, butcher cows, bred cattle, & cow/calf pairs. Calving and AI services. References available & reasonable rate. Taking cattle through the fall & winter months and beyond! Call 605-520-3182 FOR SALE: 55 Young Open Black Face ewes. Ready to breed. Most are 2-4 years old. Excellent set of ewes. Call 605-204-0098

LIVESTOCK

Vernes cattle working tube and alley, like new. 605-203-0524 Antibiotic Free Hogs For Sale: Open Gilts, Bred Gilts, Locker Pigs. Very productive, closed clean herd, raised outdoors. Top A.I. bloodlines. "Locker Pigs" available. Will deliver to processing plant. Kent and Faye Frerichs 13497 465th Avenue, Wilmot, SD 57279 605-949-2203, 605-938-4208 fkfrerx@tnics.com For Sale: Scottish Highland cow/calf pairs. Also, Highland bull for Fall calving. 218-640-5610, Ottertail. FOR SALE: 23 TargheePolypay-Dorset cross ewes - Ages 2-6 years old Retiring. 218-356-8202 evenings

LIVESTOCK 725 - Black heifers AI’d Feb 10 for 2 days, bred to EA Substance 2144, LT Sundance 0057 (Final Answer Son). 110 - Black heifers AI’d Feb 5 for 6 days, bred to LT Mainline 0256, LT Invaluable 1046. 629 - Black heifers, bull bred to calve Feb 15 for 21 days. 434 - Black heifers bull bred to calve March 9th for 21 days. Heifers originated off Lindskov Ranch, Ellingston Angus and Schaff Angus. Heifers have had all preguard shots, poured & ultrasound tested by Dr. Don Beck. Call 605-850-3887

For Sale: 6 head Highland/Wagyu cross cattle. 2 Bulls, 2 Cows, 2 calves. 320 491 5773 3300 Knight 3 auger discharge. New style reel. Gehl 8900. 3575 Knight reel Auggie 488 cu ft Gehl. Five tray. $19,500. 3150 Knight Reel Auggie. 500 cu ft Commercial Series. 5 try. $23,500. Leo 7350 vertical mixer. 3' discharge. New 350 cu ft $22,500. Many other used and rebuilt wagons on hand. Baltic, SD. 605-359-0228 FOR SALE: Used highway guard rail, 13.5 and 26 ft lengths. Also tire water tanks 6 - 8 ft diameter. 605-216-4092 Leave msg.

Gehl Tandem Axle Manure Spreader, very nice, double beeters; $8500. Felton, MN. 701-371-3972 100 pairs of black cows with black calves at side. Mostly 3rd - 5th calvers, will keep cows on grass until Oct. 10th. $2500 per pair. Call Jeff at 701-321-0291

WANTED TO BUY: Some baby dairy calves, prefer heifers but will consider steer calves. 307-746-9450 early mornings or evening.

Chocolate Muscovy ducklings for sale. Quality birds for keeping bugs and flys down on your farm & garden. NPIP and pullorum and avian influenza free. Live near interstate for easy pickup. Shipping available Shipping adult pairs in the fall. Request pictures deterfam@santel.net 605-449-4330 or 605-999-4542 FOR SALE: Truck mounted Knight 1170 manure spreader box, horizontal beaters and slop gate. 605-690-1109 White, SD

EQUIPMENT FOR LIVESTOCK/PETS

MINERALS INCLUDED!

LAND AUCTION

Wednesday, September 18, 2013 - 1:00 p.m. (MT) AUCTION LOCATION: Knights of Columbus - Mott, ND

This spectacular farm and ranch features nearly 3,000 acres of exceptional crop land, pasture land and hunting land in southwestern North Dakota. The crop land has excellent soil productivity and strong cropping history while the grazing land is dominated by productive native grasses. What’s more, this property features tremendous wildlife habitat for pheasants and deer. All minerals owned as of record by seller will transfer to the buyer(s). Contact Pifer’s for a complete catalog which will include parcel information and mineral information.

Parcel 3 Acres: 160 +/SE¼ 6-134-93 Cropland: 143 +/-

Parcel 11 Acres: 160 +/SW¼ 9-134-93 Cropland: 141.58+/-

Mineral Parcel A Gross Acres: 151.87 +/NE¼ 31-134-93 Interest: 25% +/-

Parcel 14 Acres: 155.98 +/NE¼ 14-134-93 Cropland:154.14 +/-

Mineral Parcel C Gross Acres: 27.34 +/Part of NE¼ 17-134-93 Interest: 50% +/-

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EXCELLENT HUNTING!

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160 +/- ACRES

DICKEY COUNTY, ND

LAND AUCTION Tuesday, October 1, 2013 - 11:00 a.m. (CT)

Acres: 160 +/Legal: NE¼ 32-131-63 Cropland: 139.32 +/-

MONANGO, ND

Dickey Co #3 281

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Parcel 2

281

89th St. SE To Ellendale, ND

Bob Pifer - 701.371.8538 bob@pifers.com 722 Demers Ave •EGF, MN 56721

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This sale is managed by Pifer’s Auction & Realty. All statements made the day of the auction take precedence over all printed materials. The seller reserves the right to reject or accept any and all bids. Pifer’s Auction & Realty, 1506 29th Ave S, Moorhead, MN 56560. Kevin Pifer, ND #715.

LAND AUCTIONS

SANDHILL BORDER COLLIES Pups & ready to start dogs Red/black, short/medium hair. Delivery can be arranged (701) 859-3682 sandhillbc@yahoo.com

LAND AUCTION 79 acres in Trail City, ND Wednesday, 9/11/2013 11am at Country Hearth in Hillsboro, ND. Contact Steve Link 701.361.9985 Pifer's Auction & Realty www.pifers.com, ND#715

REGENT, ND

www.pifers.com

Blue Heller/Red Heeler Puppies for Sale out of working parents. Ready to go now, dewclaws removed. 1 female $225, 3 males $200. Call mornings or evenings, leave voicemail 605-290-1987

Dickey County land located south of Manango, ND in Keystone Township. This property features 160 +/- acres with 139.32 +/- acres of great cropland with established yields with the balance in hay or pastureland. Located approximately 13 miles north of the South Dakota border and less than a mile off of US Hwy 281. Cropland is leased through the 2014 crop year.

CONTACT: Kevin Pifer at 701.238.5810 for more information or view at www.pifers.com! OWNER: Mary Ann Pekas Estate

Pifer ’s

FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel puppies. 7 weeks old. Ready to go. 605-949-0441

Auction Location: Fireside Steakhouse - Ellendale, ND

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65th St. SW

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Australian Shepherd Cross Puppies. ASCA Working Aussie mother & old fashioned English Shepherd father. Black with white trim & bob tails. Farm raised, love kids. Alert, agile, with good prey drive. Born June 6th, $175. Sioux City Area. 712-251-7707

88th Ave. SE

Parcel 7 Acres: 156.96 +/SW¼ 7-134-93 CRP: 88.14 +/-

Parcel 10 Acres: 160 +/NW¼ 9-134-93 Cropland: 66.17+/-

Parcel 12 Acres: 480 +/18-134-93 less 160 acres in W½ W½ Cropland: 287 +/Parcel 13 Acres: 132.66 +/Part of NE¼ 17-134-93 Cropland: 86.10 +/CRP: 43.26 +/-

Enchanted Hwy

Parcel 4 Acres: 160 +/SW¼ 4-134-93 Cropland: 94.61+/Parcel 5 Acres: 157.32 +/NW¼ 7-134-93 CRP: 84.82+/Parcel 6 Acres: 160 +/NE¼ 7-134-93 CRP: 143.99+/-

Parcel 8 Acres: 160 +/SE¼ 7-134-93 Cropland: 6.9 +/CRP: 152.43+/Parcel 9 Acres: 585.07 +/8-134-93 less 54.93 acres in S½ S½ Cropland: 337.89 +/CRP: 54.71 +/-

Miniature Schnauzer puppies for sale, dewclaws removed, tails docks, born July 29th, ready Sept 10th. $300. 605-397-8358 or 605-380-6804

AUCTION SALES

2,940 +/- ACRES • 17 Parcels • Hettinger County, ND

Parcel 1 Acres: 151.64 +/SW¼ 30-135-95 Cropland: 150.8 +/Parcel 2 Acres: 160 +/SE¼ 30-135-95 Cropland: 122.3 +/-

EQUIPMENT FOR LIVESTOCK/PETS

LIVESTOCK

877.700.4099

OWNER: Delores Barton Property is subject to prior sale. This sale is managed by Pifer’s Auction & Realty. All statements made the day of the auction take precedence over all printed materials. The seller reserves the right to reject or accept any and all bids. Pifer’s Auction & Realty, 1506 29th Ave S, Moorhead, MN 56560. Kevin Pifer, ND #715.

Pifer’s

LAND AUCTIONS

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AGWEEK/Monday, September 9, 2013 A39

AUCTIONEERS GET THE HIGHEST BID!

Contact these reputable auctioneers for all of your auction needs.

Since 1960

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2000 Main Ave. E. West Fargo, ND 58078 (701) 237-9173 - Phone (701) 237-0976 - Fax www.steffesauctioneers.com

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St. Hilaire, MN www.redriverron.com

1-800-477-6572 701-780-1230 fax: 701-780-1188

2702 17th Ave. So., Grand Forks, ND 58201

701-757-4015

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Harley J. Camperud

Amy Nikolaisen Auctioneer, Realtor

701-303-0392 amy@candoauctions.com Integrity Professionalism Results

416 Main St, PO Box 190 Cando, North Dakota

877-812-4305

www.candoauctions.com

Office 701-952-3351 Jamestown, ND Agricultural Auctioneers Since 1971!

www.BidOrr.com

1506 29th Ave. S. Moorhead, MN 56560

877.700.4099 Kevin Pifer, Auctioneer 701.238.5810

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Auctioneer & Clerk

Palisade, MN www.reinhardtauctions.com 218-845-2260

2732 6 Ave. NE Northwood, ND 58267 Ph: 701-587-5269 or 1-800-675-5269, Cell 218-779-1526 www.globalauctionguide.com

Contact your auctioneer to have your auction included on our calendar MON., SEP 9 – 10:00 AM/CT Land Auction, Glenwood, MN, Pope County, MN. Marilyn Thompson ETAL, Owner. Pifer’s Auction & Reality. MON., SEP 9 – 11:00 AM/CT Farm Retirement Auction, Twin Brooks, SD. WMD Schuler, Owner. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. MON., SEP 9 – 1:00 PM/MT Farm & Recreational Property Auction, Mott, ND. Audrey Schmidt Estate. Sagebrush Realty. Closing TUE., SEP 10 IQBID September Auction. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. TUE., SEP 10 – 10:00 AM/CT Land Auction, Jamestown, ND, Litchville Township. Orr Auctioneers. TUE., SEP 10 – 10:00 AM/CT Land Auction, Lamoure County, At Orr Auction Center, Jamestown ND. Kenneth & Marlys Wilson, Owners. Orr Auctioneers. WED., SEP 11 – 10:00 AM/CT Retirement Sellout Auction, Pine River, MN. Rowena Kruckow, Owner. Reinhardt Auction Service. WED., SEP 11 – 1:00 PM/CT Moving Auction, Spicer, MN. Darrel & Janis Blackmore, Owners. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. THU., SEP 12 – 9:30 AM/CT Land Auction, Lisbon, ND, Ransom County, ND. Jon Rustvang, Owner. Pifer’s Auction & Reality. THU., SEP 12 – 1:30 PM/CT Land Auction, Valley City, ND, Barnes County, ND. MTL Farms LLP; George & Karen Overn; Peterson Family LP, owners. Pifer’s Auction & Reality. THU., SEP 12 – 10:00 AM/CT Machinery Consignment Auction, Ashley, ND. Ulmer Auction Service. FRI., SEP 13 – 10:00 AM/CT Pre Harvest Consignment Auction, Jamestown, ND. Orr Auctioneers. FRI., SEP 13 – 10:00 AM/CT Collector, Tractor, & Machinery Auction, Niagara, ND. Russell & Delores Daives Estate. Askim Auction Service, Arlyn & Ryan Askin, Auctioneers.

SAT., SEP 14 – 10:00 AM/CT Farm Equipment & Antique Tractors Auction. Myron Tarno, Owner. Nenow Auction Service. SAT., SEP 14 – 11:00 AM/CT Farmstead Equipment Estate Auction, Loma, ND. Robert Lill Estate. Dakota Auctioneers, Larry Swenson & Associates. SAT., SEP 14 – 10:00 AM/CT Farm Equipment Auction, Beulah, ND. Lee Roy Fischer, Owner. Wolff Auctioneers. SAT., SEP 14 – 10:00 AM/CT Farm Equipment Auction, Wilton, ND. Jerry & Ann Bucholz, Owners. Missouri River Auction. SAT., SEP 14 – 9:00 AM/CT Machinery Auction, St. Hilaire, MN. Ron McKercher Auctioneer. SUN., SEP 15 – 1:00 PM/CT Shop & Household Auction, Lakota, ND. Wayne & Dorothy Luehring Estate. Magnus Auction Service. SUN., SEP 15 – 12:00 PM/CT Household & Collectible Vehicle Auction, Langdon, ND. Kenneth Anderson & Carol Christie Estate. Diseth Auction Service. SUN., SEP 15 – 12:00 PM/CT Estate Auction, Greenbush, MN. Tom Abrahamson Estate. Jason Rominski Auctioneers. SUN., SEP 15 – 11:00 AM/CT Toy & Collectables Auction, Halstad, MN. Harlan Hall, Owner. Berg Auction Service. MON., SEP 16 – 11:00 AM/CT Land Auction, Fergus Falls, MN, Ottertail County, MN. Wayne Kolle, Owner. Pifer’s Auction & Reality. MON., SEP 16 – 1:00 PM/CT Cropland & CRP Land Auction, Lemmon, SD. Kayleen Weaver, Jerenda Ford, & Gary Christian, Owners. Sagebrush Realty. TUE., SEPT 17 – 10:00 AM/CT Farm Auction, Hancock, MN. Gerald Lingren, Owner. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. TUE., SEP 17 – 10:00 AM/CT Land Auction, Lake Township, Page, ND, Cass County, ND. Farmers National Company, Dale B. Haugen, Auctioneer.

Closing WED., SEP 18 IQBID Auction, Dassel, MN. Gordy Anderson, Owner. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. WED., SEP 18 – 10:00 AM/CT Retirement Auction, Kelsey, MN. Ed & Loretta Janzen, Owners. Reinhardt Auction Service. WED., SEP 18 – 1:00 PM/MT Land Auction, Mott, ND, Hettinger County, ND. Pekas Estate. Pifer’s Auction & Realty. WED., SEP 18 – 5:00 PM/MT Land Auction, Mott, ND, Hettinger County, ND. Sharon & Keith Kvanig, Owners. Pifer’s Auction & Reality. WED., SEP 18 – 5 PM/CT Estate Auction, Ada, MN. Helen Docken Estate. Berg Auction Service. WED., SEP 18 – 1 PM/CT Real Estate Auction, Jamestown, ND, Stutson County, ND. Nenow Auction Service. THU., SEP 19 – 10:00 AM/CT Farmland & Development Auction, Rockford, MN, Wright County, MN. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. SAT., SEP 21 – 10:00 AM/CT Machinery Consignment Auction, Bowman, ND. Multiple Parties, Owners. Pifer’s Auction & Realty. SAT., SEP 21 – 11:00 AM/CT Collector Tractors, Yard & Shop Equipment, Household, & Miscellaneous Auction, Grafton, ND. Vernon & Dorothy Russum, Owners. Arlyn & Ryan Askim, Auctioneers. Askim Auction Service. SAT., SEP 21 – 11:00 AM/CT Tractor, Collectible, Gun, & Shop Equipment Auction, Warren, MN. John & Linda Bodell Estate. Mick Rapacz Auctioneers. SUN., SEP 22 – 12:00 PM/CT Estate Auction, Kennedy, MN. Johnson Family Estate. Jason Rominski Auctioneers. SUN., SEP 22 – 11:00 AM/CT Home, Lawn and Garden Auction, Halstad, MN. Ralph & Sandra Swick, Owners. Berg Auction Service.

TUE., SEP 24 – 11:00 AM/CT Land Auction, Devils Lake, ND, Towner County, ND. Dennis Bondy & Bruce Bondy, Owners. Pifer’s Auction & Reality. WED., SEP 25 – 11:00 AM/CT Land Auction, Williston, ND, Williams County, ND. Steve & Jacquelyn Schilke, Owners. Pifer’s Auction & Reality. WED., SEP 25 – 1:00 PM/CT Land Auction, Williston, ND, Williams County, ND. Lake Jessie Association (Wegley Family Partnership), Owners. Pifer’s Auction & Reality. WED., SEP 25 – 10:00 AM/CT Absolute Dealer Auction, Cannon Falls, MN. Gehling Auction Co. THU., SEP 26 – 11:00 AM/CT Land Auction, Rugby, ND, Rolette County, ND. Keith Magnusson & James Magnusson, Owners. Pifer’s Auction & Reality. THU., SEP 26 – 10:00 AM/CT Land Auction, Colfax, ND, Richland County, ND, At Holiday Inn, Fargo, ND. Dale B. Haugen, Agent/Auctioneer. Farmers National Company. FRI., SEP 27 – 10:30 AM/CT Land Auction, Viking Township, Marshall County, MN At Alerus Center, Grand Forks, ND. Connie Donaldson & Karolyn Nelson, Owners. Jim Ivers, Agent, Dale B. Haugen, Auctioneer. Farmers National Company. FRI., SEP 27 – 10:00 AM/CT Land Auction, Norway Township, Traill County, ND At Alerus Center, Grand Forks, ND. Ann Boeddeker & Roselyn Tolo, Owners. Andy Gudajtes & Jayson Menke, Agents. Dale B. Haugen, Auctioneer. Farmers National Company. SAT., SEP 28 – 10:00 AM/CT Payloader, Tractors, & Antiques Auction, Lakota, ND. Robert Keitzman Estate & Donna Keitzman. Dakota Auctioneers, Larry Swenson, & Associates. SAT., SEP 28 – 10:00 AM/CT Collectible Vehicles Auction, Halstad, MN. Arden & Diane Buchholz, Owners. Berg Auction Service.

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ABC Seamless is the original seamless siding company. Its premiere home exterior products are the result of more than 35 years of research, design and testing. It has perfected the optimum in-home protection, beauty and durability, providing the ultimate safeguard to preserve what most people hold as their largest investment — their home. In addition to show-stopping curb appeal, home owners also benefit from our worry-free, maintenance-free design. That means more free time to do the things they enjoy. And did you know: n 98 percent of our customers will refer us to their friends and family. n We’ve never discontinued a color — so home additions, storm repairs or other maintenance will match your existing panels. n We’ve been around — installing enough seamless siding to wrap around the world three times. n Your siding is manufactured on-site, whether 6 inches or 100 feet — no ugly seams. n The average vinyl-sided home has more than 150 ugly seams. n ABC Seamless provides a safer home. No more climbing ladders to paint or repair. n Seamless steel wears like armor. Your siding, roofing or gutters will look as good in 10 years as the day it was installed.

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Ag Country Farm Credit Services

AgCountry Farm Credit Services will hold several mini-seminars for producers at Big Iron September 10 to 12 in the AgCountry/Foltz Building on the Red River Fairgrounds. Preserving the farm for the family — not the government Presented daily from 11:30 a.m. to noon by AgCountry Agribusiness Consultants — Succession and Retirement. Tuesday: Bruce Middaugh; Wednesday: Russ Tweiten and Thursday: Andy Zenk Risk Management: Where to from here? Presented daily from 12:30 to 1 p.m. by Joe Burgard, AgCountry marketing specialist. Stop by for coffee and the chance to win an iPad. Headquartered in Fargo, N.D., AgCountry provides credit and financial services to farmers, ranchers and rural customers in eastern North Dakota and north-west and west-central Minnesota and to agribusinesses across the United States.

Ag Systems Inc.

Ag Systems Inc. was founded in 1965 by Dick Lenz. Within that time, Ag Systems Inc. has built a reputation of being a leading manufacturer of anhydrous ammonia equipment, liquid applicators, pull-type spreaders, nurse tanks and the legendary Brute bumper.

AGWEEK / Monday, September 9, 2013 - PAGE 3 In addition, Ag Systems Inc. is the oldest distributor of the Case application equipment line, covering Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin and the upper peninsula of Michigan. Furthermore, Ag Systems Inc. carries Snyder tanks, New Leader products and a wide variety of parts for the fertilizer industry. Ag Systems is headquartered in Hutchinson, Minn., and has locations in Manvel, N.D., Mitchell, S.D., and Deforest, Wis.

Butler Machinery Co.

Butler Machinery Co., your Caterpillar dealer for North and South Dakota and Clay County, Minn., has been serving the industry for more than 56 years. Butler Machinery provides sales, rental, party and service for many different industries and represents many manufacturers including Caterpillar, Challenger, Lexion, RoGator and TerraGator. Butler Machinery started in 1955 when Francis J. Butler, a former Grand Forks, N.D., contractor, was selected to be a Caterpillar dealer. As a contractor, Francis knew the necessity for the dealership to provide the best in equipment and product support. BIOS: See Page 4

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Continued from Page 3 Francis’s vision required capable, well-trained management and associates, together with the most advanced tools, technology and facilities available. Three generations of the Butler family have maintained this vision. Matt Butler served as CEO from 1969 to 1998. Dan Butler has served as president since 1998. Francis began with modest stores in Grand Forks and Fargo, providing service in eastern North Dakota and Clay County, Minn. A facility on Main Street in Fargo was built in 1957 and replaced with the current building on Interstate 29 in 1986. In 1964, Butler expanded into western North Dakota with the purchase of Shultz Machinery Co. and its stores in Minot and Bismarck. In December 1988, Butler acquired the assets of Kearns Machinery Co. in Sioux Falls, Rapid City and Aberdeen, S.D. The company now serves customers throughout North and South Dakota. In March of 1999, a new store opened in Jamestown, N.D. BMC has committed to providing the best possible sales and service not only in heavy equipment, but also in agricultural equipment. BMC opened a new training facility and corporate headquarters in Fargo in January 2000.

In May 2005, a new store was opened in Pierre, S.D., emphasizing ag equipment and product support for ag customers. Butler Machinery added another location, in Hankinson, N.D., in 2008. Formerly Green’s Implement Inc., the Hankinson location also is primarily focused on ag equipment. In 2009, a new store was opened in Dickinson, N.D. The Dickinson store focuses on both the heavy construction and agricultural markets. Butler Machinery added another location, in Hoople, N.D., in 2010. Formerly Hurtt Equipment Inc., the Hoople location is primarily focused on ag equipment. In 2012, Butler constructed its 13th location in Huron, S.D. There are now over 13 Butler Machinery locations.

Common Sense Manufacturing Common Sense Manufacturing offers solutions for farmers and ranchers that just make sense. Kelly Melius created the unique style bale feeder that allowed calves to eat from underneath, making hay accessible to all sizes. Since designing this bale feeder in 2000, Common Sense Manufacturing has added products that just make sense to BIOS: See Page 6

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1995 Tyler WT, 90' Booms, 3860 hrs......................................$28,000 1997 Tyler 150, 75' Booms, 3350 hrs .....................................$39,500 2006 Case-IH 4410, 90' Booms, 5020 hrs, AIM Autosteer ...........$100,000 2007 Case-IH 4420, 100' Booms, 2687 hrs, AIM Autosteer..........$120,000 2009 Case-IH 4420, 100' Booms, 1700 hrs, AIM Autosteer..........$137,500 2012 John Deere 4940, 120' Booms, 591 hrs, Accutrac, Swath ....$290,000

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Continued from Page 4 farmers and ranchers across the nation. Other products include: hydraulic wire winder, bottomless bunk feeder, fencing-continuous or free standing, calf shelters and windbreaks. A recent product addition is the solar waterer. Visit booth #117 for more information.

Fair Mfg.

Fair Mfg’s Snocrete snow blowers feature an efficient single-stage design that requires less horsepower, has fewer moving parts and is more resilient to foreign objects than comparable two-stage designs. Each fan features bolt-on replaceable ice-chopper bars and shearpin protection. Chopper bar design breaks up snow at the cutting edges for an easy feed unlike other single-stage designs that tunnel into hard packed snow higher up and don’t break up snow and ice at the cutting edges. With auto chain lubrication, Snocrete snow blowers are designed with the user in mind, saving time and money. We also offer our 7825 Bale Processer featuring complete in-cab electric controls and all functions are hydraulically activated.

Farmers National Co.

Is the land market topped out? The accelerated number of farmland sales at the end of 2012 led to continued low supplies of premium-

quality properties. Last year’s rush, prompted by economic uncertainty and tax law changes, continues to have an impact into 2013. Competition for top-quality land has kept values strong, averaging 20 percent higher values over comparable land in 2012. Much of the continued rise is due to auction activity driving sales prices as purchasers vie for parcels of land. Values are still going up, but the pace has slowed overall. Auctions today have turned very competitive with bidding wars becoming the norm for high-quality land. Areas of the country that normally do not run auctions, such as the Delta region, are now seeing them on a regular basis. During the first three quarters of 2013, there has been a slowdown in land sales activity based on the surge at 2012 year-end. The trend, however, seems to be shifting upward again and transaction numbers for the balance of the year should remain relatively steady. There has been a noticeable growth in the size of parcels being sold. Investors are sticking with land as a safe, long-term investment, while farmers are putting cash from past yearly profits back into operations. Built-up cash reserves are prompting farm operators to buy premium land when it becomes available to add to their inventory and to accommodate the return of younger family members to farms. For both groups, economic uncertainty is still driving purchase decisions. Farmers are looking for premium land on which to expand, while investors purchase properties based on price and projected return on investments. Even with recent drops in crop size for farmers, profits are still at a level higher than in 2010. Farm debt is still low relative to historical terms. Several issues in the U.S., such as health care and interest rates, are likely to impact economic trends, and thus land inventory levels and sales activity once

they are resolved. The direction of market and political issues will likely shape the rest of 2013. Buyers in the area covering North Dakota, eastern South Dakota and western Minnesota continue to seek out average to highquality land for purchase, according to Terry Longtin, area sales manager. The first four months of 2013 show land values and rent leveling off. But the value numbers are still strong after 30 to 40 percent increases during 2012. “We have experienced improved crop yields in the last few years, mainly due to improved crop varieties for this region, led by corn, soybeans and sugar beets,” Longtin said. “This, along with last year’s net profits, has the demand for land outpacing supply.” Most land is being sold to farm owner-operators, but investors are still seeking farmland because of the net returns in the region, according to Longtin. Average to good-quality land in the area is selling in the $4,000- to $7,000-range per acre, while excellent land is $7,000 to $9,000 per acre. Top land in South Dakota is pulling up to $8,000 per acre, while North Dakota is coming in at $8,500 and Minnesota at $9,500. Farmers National Co., an employee-owned company, is the nation’s leading agricultural real estate and farm and ranch management company. The company has sold over 3,500 farms and more than $2 billion BIOS: See Page 8

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Continued from Page 6 of real estate during the past five years. Farmers National Co. currently manages more than 4,700 farms in 24 states. Additional services provided by the company include auctions, appraisals, insurance, consultation services, oil and gas management, lake management and a national hunting lease program. For more information on land listings in your region, visit the Farmers National Co. website at www.FarmersNational.com.

General Equipment & Supplies

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Ihry Insurance

Ihry Insurance is a full-service independent insurance agency that offers personal, commercial and

crop-hail products. As an independent insurance agency, it represents multiple insurance carriers and can provide the best match to your insurance needs. The staff at Ihry Insurance is knowledgeable and highly trained, and strives to provide the highest level of service possible. It is committed to establishing a lifelong relationship with each customer based on integrity and trust. Ihry Insurance has offices in West Fargo, Grand Forks, Devils Lake, Hillsboro, Hope, McVille, Page, and Towner in North Dakota, and Mahnomen in Minnesota. BIOS: See Page 10 Sept. 2013

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1050 bushel • 900/60 R32 tires Straight Out Price...........$34,900 Lease 10% Down................................$3,490 • 5 Annual Year-end Payments.....$5,910 • Buyout..................................$6,980

850 bushel • 30.5 x 32 tires Straight Out Price...........$30,900 Lease 10% Down................................$3,090 • 5 Annual Year-end Payments.....$5,232 • Buyout..................................$6,180

750 bushel • 30.5 x 32 tires Straight Out Price...........$26,900 Lease 10% Down................................$2,690 • 5 Annual Year-end Payments.....$4,555 • Buyout..................................$5,380

RUST SALES, INC. 800-478-7801 www.rustsales.com Harwood, ND

For All Your Livestock Handling Needs Bale Feeders • Panels/Gates • Feeder Panels Bunk Feeders • Bow Gates

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The First Natural Nanotech CO2 Foliar Fertilizer

FOR ALL YOUR CROPS LOOK TO

THE LIVE-BOTTOM BY STRONG!

Lithovit® increases crop and plant yields even beyond bumper years – Average increases are 20%-30%

A superior calcium fertilizer that goes directly into the plant’s stomata. • Improves crop yields, quality and storage • Accelerates growth and intensifies green color • Increases disease resistance, growth and vitality • Increases frost/drought tolerance/pest resistance • Enhances supply of essential trace elements Reduces water requirements • Boron is highly needed for soybeans, sugar beets, and corn • 100% Available Calcium

Visit us at Big Iron Booth #1702

• Smooth, obstruction-free interior • Positive unloading • Potatoes, Grain, and Beets

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1412 - 15th Street • Box 319 • Walhalla, North Dakota • 58282

Phone: (701) 549-3838 • Fax: (701) 549-3836 ENCORE MOWERS

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Lithovit CO2 Foliar Fertilizer Lithovit CO2 Foliar Fertilizer with Boron (a finer milled product that works faster into plants’ cell structure) Juneau Sales LLC Master Distributor N. America

Phone: 866-546-9297 www.lithovitusa.com Dealer inquiries welcome!

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SMART-Touch Technology from the Name You Trust.

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Shur-Co® of ND | 920 38th St. NW, Fargo | 877.868.4488

Shur-Co’s SMART2™ not only opens and closes applications – it lets you specify the exact positioning of your tarps and traps from over 100 feet away! You can control more than 100 devices from this single remote! See the SMART2™ at Fargo Big Iron Sept. 10-12, Lot #730. And ask about our Show Specials!

800.474.8756 SHURCO.COM

With more conventional farmers and growers turning to nutrients that allow them to use more proven micronutrients and less NPK, we have three featured products to offer. n Lithovit CO2 Foliar Fertilizer stimulates plant growth in low- and highcalcium soils and keeps plants and crops disease-free. It is micronized with nano-technology to go directly into the plant’s stomata. The fertilizer is available in original CO2 formulation and also Lithovit Foliar with +5 percent Boron, Lithovit Foliar with +6.5 percent urea, Lithovit Tribodyn soil fertilizer, and Lithovit Forte Foliar fertilizer (OMRI certified).

n Exciter Extract is a new micro-encapsulated bacteria and growth enzyme, unlike anything you have ever used before, that increases yields and health of crops and plants. The product controls many diseases such as Goss’s Wilt, white mold and others. It works well when combined with Lithovit. n BioNatural Blooming Blossoms have nitrogen–nixing microbes that feed plant roots and leaves directly. These microbial products take nitrogen out of the air and feed the plant roots on a sustained basis. The product also provides pathogen resistance and improves uptake of micronutrients. It has successfully been used for conventional and organic production and there is no similar product on the market (OMRI certified). Stop and see these great nutrients at our Big Iron Booth C-36. For more information, email cropnutrients4u@gmail. com, phone 218-698-4222 or 218-686-2344, or visit www.cropnutrients4u. com.

Jurgens Farm Service

Jurgens Farm Service of Taylor, N.D., will be featuring a rep demo sale of ENCORE mowers at the Big Iron show this year. Don’t miss out on this opportunity — make sure a visit to their booths (301 to 304) is one of your stops. Jurgens Farm Service can be contacted anytime at 701-974-3628.

Joel Kaler is a farmer with 30 years of experience. He saw a need for an attachment that would help keep the stalks moving smoothly into the head rather than being flung into the field by the gathering chain. No matter how good a combine driver anyone is, too much corn was being lost on the field. That led him to consider fixing the situation and, after many different models, this is the one that works the best.

Lange Supply

Lange Supply offers top-quality products. The C-240 chisel plow knife from Lange Supply has been field-tested and time-tested for sealing anhydrous ammonia regardless of soil conditions. Wet or dry soils, you can be assured the C240 series will provide maximum sealing. Features of the C-240 include a replaceable carbide chrome tip that provides extendable wear with durability to handle the toughest field conditions. The hard-surface weld is placed near the fertilizer hose to extend the life of the upper knife body.

Lange Supply also has knives to fit field cultivators. Visit Lange Supply at Booth H61 at Big Iron. For more information, call 701-3954335.

Lundell Plastics

Since 1981, Lundell Plastics has continued to provide industry-leading solutions for both the agricultural and industrial markets throughout the nation. From poly cupped auger flighting to the most recent UHMW wearshoes, and into our line of specialty products. Our advanced time-tested applications have become staples in today’s marketplace. Visit booth number L-01 and L-02.

Kaler Farms

The Corn Stalk Guide by Kaler Farms is an aftermarket attachment for most poly corn head snouts. The product is designed to move the corn stalks into the combine more smoothly — even with combine operators who are tired,

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Big Iron Exhibitor/Booth Listing 1st Choice Products .....................................L-11 21st Century Ag .................................H-43, H-44 A & T Sales LLC ................................1502, 1504 A.S.T. Inspection Inc. ...................................K-74 ABC Seamless...........................C-18, C-44, C-45 Abilene Machine Inc....................................W-32 Abner Sales ...............................E-60, E-61, E-62 Accurate Component Sales ..........................L-23 Ace Pump Corp / Greenleaf Tech ........E-13, E-14 Acme Tools.......................ACME Bldg, AC3, M01 Adaava, LLC .................................................E-27 ADS - Advanced Drainage Systems......E-21, E54 Advance Garage Door, INC. ............AL-04, AL-05 Advanced Biological Marketing ....................E-71 Advanced Grain Handling System LLC ................ ..........................W-48, W-49, W-56, W-57, 0605 Aemsco Inc. ...........Aemsco Bldg, Area S of Bldg Ag & Fertilizer Products.................................508 Ag Concepts ................................................H-56 Ag Leader Technology........................H-47, H-48 Ag Shield .................................1801, 1802, 1803 Ag Systems, Inc. ...............................0821, 0822 Ag Tech Drainage .........................................L-70 Agassiz Drain Tile.........................................A-36 Agassiz Mechanical, Inc. ..............................L-22 Agassiz Seed & Supply ................................H-23 Agco Dealer Group ...............ARENA - EAST END Agile Mfg. LLC / Grabtec Grapples ..............1609 Agile Mfg. LLC / Miller Loaders ...................1610 AgJunction .........................................C-87, C-88 Agnew Steel.................................................H-46 Agri-Cover, Inc.............................................0724 Agricultural Utilization Research Institute ....K-01 AgriDry LLC .................................................H-33 Agri-Systems, Inc. .......................................K-02 Agri-Tool and Supply, LLC ...........................C-75 Agrivision Inc. ...............................................920 AgTech College.............................................L-14 Agventure / Scherr's Seed .........E-51, E-52, E-53 Agweek ........................................................C-41 AgXplore .....................................................W-22 Airware America...........................................C-55 AKE Safety Equipment .................................K-25 Albers Sales...........................618, 619, 642, 643 Alerus Financial............................................C-69 All Season Motor Sports ...............................906 All States Ag Parts.........................................607 Allen Leigh Security - Communications LTD L-69 Alloway Standard.....................1902, 1903, 1904 Allstate Peterbilt of Fargo ..................0079, 0080 Amber Waves, Inc. ......................................0608 Ameribuilt Buildings, Inc..............................K-61 American Ag Network ..................................E-59 American Farm Equipment/ Excel Grain Dryers ... ..........................................................0119, 0120 American Federal Bank .......................C-14, C-15 American Truckboxes, LLC.................1064, E-31 Amerseal / American Sealants Marketing INTL.... ....................................................................K-34 Amity Technology ....................0088, 0089, 0093 ......................................0110, 0111, 0115, 0727 Anderco Enterprises Inc...............................K-37 Apache Sprayers / Equipment Technologies ..101 Arvig .................................................H-03, H-04 Asgrow/DEKALB ...........................................732 ATG Small Engines......................................W-01 Attention To Detail Painting, Inc. ..................L-17 Auger Jogger ...............................................K-55 AWS Air Reels / Temp Farm Equip...............1701 Ay Global Inc. ..............................................3003 B. L. Industries, Inc. ....................................1702 Bank of North Dakota...................................K-27 Basement Technologies of North Dakota Inc.L-59 Basement Water Controlled .........................C-67 Batteries Plus .............................................K-53 Behlen U.S.A. / Northstar Steel Buildings Inc. ..... ....................................................................H-21

Stop by and visit the booth of your favorite AGWEEK advertisers, highlighted in green on this list and the map located in the center of this book.

Bell State Bank & Trust ................................C-38 BeMobile/Verizon Wireless...........................E-08 Bench Industries .........................................1611 Bert's Truck Equipment .....................1201, 1202 Betaseed Inc. ...............................................C-27 Bierman Sales, LLC ............................K-69, K-70 Bill Thomas Sales ........................................1804 Bismarck Canvas Company..........................C-78 BKT Tires ....................................................W-14 Bloomfield Enterprises Inc. ................K-72, K-73 Blu-Jet By Thurston MFG Co. ............0122, 0123 Boulder Creek Construction .........................L-75 Bourgault Industries Ltd0601, 0602, 0625, 0626 Boyd Ag, LLC .......................................W-4, W-5 Brandt Agricultural Products Ltd ......................... ..................0210, 0211, 0308, 0309, 0310, 0311 Bremer Bank ................................................E-43 Brenco Corp ................................................0081 Busch Ag Resources ....................................A-40 Bush Hog ..........................................1408, 1409 Butler Machinery Company ................................. ....................................BUTLER LOT, G-05, G-06 C & R Distributors........................................L-08 Callicrate Banders, No-Bull Enterprises .......K-19 Calmer Corn Heads............................1032, 1033 Capello Headers by Worthington Ag Parts...1028 Cargill ..........................................................A-05 Cargill ..................................................A-03, A04 Case IH ....................Case IH Park, Case Building Cass County Heating .....................................610 Cass County Soil Conservation Dist. .H-54, W-02 Central Life Science .....................................C-54 Central Minnesota Credit Union ...................L-21 Central Steel Building ...................................E-70 Channel.....................................A-45, A-46, A-47 Cheney Motor Sports ....................................810 Choice Financial ...........................................C-28 CHS Hedging, Inc. .......................................H-08 Clarks Ag Supply ...........................................125 Clean Up Inc. .................................................731 Cleary Building Corporation .........................A-41 Coatings Unlimited.......................................L-44 Cobra Torches ...............................................913 Common Sense Manufacturing .....................117 Conklin Agrovantage ..........................C-50, C-51 Conklin Agrovantage / AgroValley Inc.C-21, C-22 Convey - All by Hamilton Systems.....1210, 1310 Copperhead Ag Products .............................L-67 CR Wood Furnaces & Central Boiler ............1908 Crary Company..................................1406, 1407 Crop Production Services ..................H-11, H-12 Cross Insulation Inc. ....................................E-74 Crust Buster/Speed King Inc.......................W-1B CS Diesel .....................................................1062 Custom Marketing Co., LLC...............0713, 0714 ......................................1020, 1021, 1022, 1011 D Bar P Bumpers.........................................3007 Dahlman Seed Co ........................................C-03 Dairyland Seed ...................................C-19, C-20 Dakota Fluid Power......................................0735 Dakota Micro, Inc. .......................................A-13 Dakota Plains Cooperative .............................118 Dakota Power Lift Doors .............................1608 Dakota Wholesale Tire .......................1206, 1306 Dakota Winds Marketing .............................1808 Daniels MFG ................................................1005 Dawn Equipment Company ...........................505 Delux Grain Dryers ........................................617 Demco / Maurer Mfg .....NORTH CENTER ARENA Diamond Industrial Cleaning Equipment .......816 Dick Hansen Sales Inc. ............1603, 1604, 1605 ................................................1703, 1704, 1705 Discount Hydraulic Hose.com .....................H-42 Dow AgroSciences .............................A-25, A-26 Drainage Solutions Tile & Supply, LLC.........K-71 DTN - The Progressive Farmer............E-33, E-42 Dultmeier Sales...........................................W-18

DuPont Pioneer..........................Pioneer Pavilion Dyna Flo, Inc. ..............................................0908 Dynamic Ditchers Inc. ........................E-58, 2008 E. E. E. Inc. ....................................................219 Eagle Rigid Span..........................................S-06 Earthloop Geothermal Systems, LLC ...........H-31 Easy Farm - Vertical Solutions .....................E-44 Easy Way Cattle Care.....................................914 Easy-Out Pulling Systems...................L-51, L-52 Edney Distrubiting Co, Inc. .................................. ......................................0725, 0726, 0738, 0739 Edward Jones ..............................................H-22 Edward Jones (MN) .....................................E-68 Eide Bailly LLP .............................................C-82 ELIAS reliaBELT...........................................1405 Endless Energy - Agri-Sc...............................604 Energy Panel Structures ..............................A-10 Environmental Air Solutions ........................K-49 Enzminger Steel LLC .....................................905 ERA Manufacturing ............................K-64, K-65 Erickson Marketing0411, 0412, 0511, 0512, 513 Erickson Mfg. Co. Inc. .......................0098, 0099 Erskine Attachments, Inc.............................1404 Exactrix Global Systems, LLC ......................S-07 EZ Products .................................................E-32 F & S Manufacturing Inc....................0217, 0218 Fabworks Inc ............................K-46, K-47, K-48 Fair Mfg. Inc. .................................................620 Fantini North America........................1211, 1311 Farbetter Farm Equipment ................W-37, W-38 Fargo Freightliner ..............................0613, 0637 Fargo Tire Service, Inc........................C-30, C-31 Fargo Tractor ...........................0413, 0414, 0415 Farm And Ranch Guide.......................A-37, A-38 Farm Business Communications..................C-85 Farm Country Trader, Inc. ............................H-26 Farm Forum/Green Sheet.............................H-25 Farm King....................W-08, W-09, W-10, W-11 Farm Logic..........................................E-24, E-25 Farmers National Company ..........................E-03 Farmers of North America ............................L-63 Farmers Union Agency.................................K-03 Farmland Specialty / Key AgVentures .L-81, L-82 Fast Distributing ...............................W-06, W-07 Fastenal .................................................MO2 - W Fastline Publications ....................................C-49 FEI Inc. ..............................................0621, 0622 Fiebiger, Swanson, West & Co PLLP............E-18 Field Drainage Incorporated ..........................723 Fillbrandt's Bigg Dogg Agg.................A-02, A-09 First International Bank & Trust ..........L-05, L-06 Flexco...........................................................E-48 Flexxifinger QD Industries...................L-76, L-77 F-M Forklift Sales & Service, Inc..................C-76 FM Spray Foam ............................................L-68 FM Water Systems / Kinetico .......................A-30 Force America, Inc. ......................................H-07 Force Manufacturing......................................503 For-Most Livestock Equipment .......PLD Building Four Anchors Worldwide LLC ......................L-80 Friederichs Seed Inc. ...................................C-77 Frontier, Inc. ..................................................603 G & G Sales ...................................................401 Gates Mfg., Inc. .................................0627, 0628 Gateway Building Systems Inc. ............AC1, AC2 General Equipment & Supplies, Inc. ............0207 Gertken Dairy & Livestock Sales & Service ......... ................................................1905, 1906, 1907 Gleason Enterprises.....................................H-20 GMC ............................................................B-03 Goodon Industries..........................AL-02, AL-03 Graco, Inc. ...................................................K-11 Great Plains Agronomics..............................E-12 Great Plains Diversified Services .................C-05 Great Plains Mfg ....................W-50, W-51, W-52 ..............................................W-53, W-54, W-55 Greener World Solutions..............................K-63

Greystone Construction ...............................B-08 Gutter Topper of ND.....................................K-54 Hagie Manufacturing Company .........1207, 1208 Hanover Door Systems (1996) Inc. .............A-44 Hanson Silo Company .......................H-45, 2006 Hardi Inc........................0631, 0632, 0633, 0634 Harvest International .........................1209, 1309 Haugen Mower Sales...................................1809 Haugen Sales & Leasing................204, 205, 206 Haybuster / Duratech Industries ........0312, 0313 ................................................0314, 0315, 0316 Hazelwood Enterprises LLC ...........................734 Heartland Chevrolet / Jack Morton Worldwide .... ............................................................B01, B-02 Heartland Chevrolet / Jack Morton Worldwide .... .....................................Chevrolet Ride and Drive Heatmasters / Steeltech Inc. ...............L-64, L-65 Heatronics Infra-Red, Inc.............................K-40 Heintzman Farms .........................................S-08 Helbling Auctioneers ....................................E-40 Hi Pro Mfg..........................................K-12, K-13 High Plains Water, Inc. .................................L-37 Home Of Economy ............................0903, 0904 Honey Bee Mfg. Ltd. ..........................1909, 1910 Horizon Products/ Zerk Zapper ....................E-69 Horn Plastics, Inc.........................................K-26 Horvick Inc. 0402, 0403, 0404, 0405, C-60, C-61 Hotsy Equipment Co ..................................AL-01 Houston Land & Cattle Corp ..............H-05, H-06 Howes Lubricator.........................................L-36 Hurley & Associates.....................................C-90 Hyland Seeds .....................................H-49, H-50 Hypro-Shurflo, Pentair........................L-60, L-61 Ihry Insurance Agency, Inc ..........................H-53 Innovative Basement Systems............................. ........................................K-76, K-77, K-78, K-79 Intelligent Agricultural Solutions ........A-12, A-29 Interstate Industrial Systems.......................0212 Interstate Spray Foam Insulation, LLC .........E-15 Interstate Tire ..................................................97 J & B Enterprises.........................................H-29 J & M Mfg. Co and Kerry's ......0521, 0522, 0523 J & M Truck Sales .............................1506, 1507 Jack Chivers Realty......................................A-31 JB Tractors LLC................................W-35, W-36 Jemco/Maxair ....................................H-13, H-14 Jenkins Iron & Steel....................................W-21 Jet Company, Inc...........................................116 Joes Supplies, Inc. ........................................820 John Deere ........Schollander Pavilion, Gravel Lot Johnsen Trailer Sales.........................1401, 1501 Johnson & Johnson Insurance Agency, LLCL-25 Johnson Auction and Realty ........................C-39 Johnson Mfg., Inc. .............................E-20, 2009 JPD Agriculture Ltd......................................L-83 JR Dale Sales And Leasing ...............W-12, E-19 Jug Livestock Waterers / Bakko Industries....606 Juneau Sales................................................C-36 Jurgens Farm Service....0301, 0302, 0303, 0304 Justice Brothers...........................................A-48 K & M Manufacturing.........................H-18, H-19 K & M Tire .....................................................609 K & T Irrigation / Valmont Industries.0819, 0733 Kaler Farms ..................................................L-54 Keller Welding & Mfg ......................................96 Kronemann Construction .............................L-35 Kuhn Krause Inc. .0082, 0083, 0103, 0104, 0105 KZ Valve.......................................................K-38 Lamplight Manufacturing .............................L-78 Land Pride .....................................................507 Landoll Corp ......................................0629, 0630 Lange Supply Inc. ........................................H-61 Lankota Group, Inc...........................W-30, W-31 Latham Hi-Tech Seeds .................................E-22 Le Mars Toy Store .........................................812 Leading Edge Industries .....................K-57, K-58 Lee Unlimited Power Bench ..........................912


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Schedule of Events Show Events & Locations

Number indicates location on map.

1

Demonstration Areas Field Demonstrations

South of Race Track — 1 p.m.-3 p.m.

2

Health Screenings 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

& Bloodmobile

10 a.m.-3 p.m.

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TUESDAY, SEPT. 10 SHOW HOURS 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M.

7:30 TO 10:30 A.M. ................Pancake and sausage breakfast with goodwill donation Third building west of the livestock production building (Sponsored by NorthStar Genetics) 9 A.M. TO 4 P.M.....................................Health screenings Health and Safety Center, Horticulture Building (Sponsored by North Dakota Living) 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M. .......Antique tractor and farm machinery show (West of the arena) 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M..............................................Craft Show Dawson Hall and Lucien C. Barnes Event Center, Bonanzaville USA 10 A.M. TO 3 P.M. ............United Blood Services’ Bloodmobile Health and Safety Center, Horticulture Building 10:30 A.M. ...“375 Bushel Corn? How to Maximize Your Yields,” with Randy Dowdy, world corn yield champion Red River Farm Network Issues and Events Center, located between Hartl Ag Building and Expo Center 1 TO 3 P.M. ................................Daily field demonstrations South of the Red River Valley Grandstand (Weather permitting) 1:30 P.M.................................................Market Seminar with Arlan Suderman, Water Street Solutions; Ted Seifried, Zaner Ag Hedge; and Virgil Robinson, DuPont Pioneer Red River Farm Network Issues and Events Center, located between Hartl Ag Building and Expo Center 2:30 P.M. .........................................Land Values Seminar Red River Farm Network Issues and Events Center, located between Hartl Ag Building and Expo Center DAILY ......................................On-grounds demonstrations (By various exhibitors)

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512 513 514 515 516 517 518 519 520 521 522 523

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 11 SHOW HOURS 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M.

7:30 – 10:30 A.M. ..................Pancake and sausage breakfast with goodwill donation Picnic area (horse barns), west end of fairgrounds (Sponsored by Northstar Genetics) 9 A.M. – 3 P.M..............Silent auction to support North Dakota and Minnesota FFA foundations Red River Farm Network Issues and Events Center, located between Hartl Ag Building and Expo Center 9 A.M. – 4 P.M.......................................Health screenings Health and Safety Center, Horticulture Building (Sponsored by North Dakota Living) 9 A.M. – 5 P.M..........Antique tractor and farm machinery show West of the arena 9 A.M. – 5 P.M. ..............................................Craft Show Dawson Hall and Lucien C. Barnes Event Center, Bonanzaville USA 10 A.M. – 1 P.M. .............................Women’s Day Activities Including brunch, entertainment by the Dixie Cups and style show. Tickets may be purchased at the door; doors open at 9 a.m. Come early, seating is limited. Great Hall, Holiday Inn of Fargo, located at 3803 13th Ave. S.

10 A.M. – 3 P.M...............United Blood Services’ Bloodmobile Health and Safety Center, Horticulture Building 10:30 A.M. ...............“What’s Next for Precision Agriculture?” with Luke James, Ag Leader Technology; Travis Messer, Plains Grain & Agronomy; and Matt Carlson, DuPont Pioneer. Red River Farm Network Issues and Events Center, located between Hartl Ag Building and Expo Center 11 A.M. TO 1 P.M.....................Livestock Production Seminar “Stump The Docs” by NDSU Livestock Specialists Production Livestock Display Building 1 TO 3 P.M. ................................Daily field demonstrations South of the Red River Valley Grandstand (Weather permitting) 1:30 P.M. Market Seminar with Brian Doherty, Stewart Peterson; David Drozd, Ag-Chieve Corporation; and Frayne Olson, North Dakota State University. Red River Farm Network Issues and Events Center, located between Hartl Ag Building and Expo Center 2:30 P.M. .........................................Land Values Seminar Red River Farm Network Issues and Events Center, located between Hartl Ag Building and Expo Center DAILY ......................................On-grounds demonstrations (By various exhibitors)

THURSDAY, SEPT. 12 SHOW HOURS 9 A.M. TO 4 P.M.

9 A.M. – 4 P.M.......................................Health screenings Health and Safety Center, Horticulture Building (Sponsored by North Dakota Living) 9 A.M. – 4 P.M..........Antique tractor and farm machinery show West of the arena 9 A.M. - 5 P.M. ...............................................Craft Show Dawson Hall and Lucien C. Barnes Event Center, Bonanzaville USA 10 A.M. – 3 P.M...............United Blood Services’ Bloodmobile Health and Safety Center, Horticulture Building 10:30 A.M.............“Harvest Management for 2013 Crop”, with John Gnadke, AGS Inc.; and Ken Hellevang, North Dakota State University Extension. Red River Farm Network Issues and Events Center, located between Hartl Ag Building and Expo Center 1 TO 3 P.M. ................................Daily field demonstrations South of the Red River Valley Grandstand (Weather permitting) 1:30 P.M.............Market Seminar with Paul Georgy, Allendale; Steve Wagner, CHS Hedging; and Scott Field, S-Y Commodities/ProMark Grain. Red River Farm Network Issues and Events Center, located between Hartl Ag Building and Expo Center DAILY ......................................On-grounds demonstrations (By various exhibitors)


PAGE 14 - Monday, September 9, 2013 / AGWEEK Stop by and visit the booth of your favorite AGWEEK advertisers, highlighted in green on this list and the map located in the center of this book. Legacy Steel Buildings .................................L-24 Legend Seeds Inc. ..............................E-05, E-06 Lemken USA Inc. ........................................W-23 Leon Mfg Company, Inc..............................W-39 Lester Building Systems, LLC ......................E-34 Liquid Systems (SA) ....................................K-56 Little Iron Toys....................................E-55, E-56 Loftness ............................................1508, 1509 Logix Insulated Concrete Forms...................L-73 Lorenz Manufacturing .................................0514 Lorrich Ind, Inc..............................................305 Loup Electronics Inc. ...................................H-30 Lowry Manufacturing Company ....................729 Lucas Oil / Protect the Harvest.....................L-32 Lundell Plastics...................................L-01, L-02 Lura Enterprises..........................................W-24 Lynnes Welding Training, Inc. ......................E-72 M & M Ag Sales ..............................PLD Building MacDon Inc ......W-25, W-26, W-27, W-28, W-29 Mac's Inc...................................E-09, E-10, E-11 Main Resource Equipment Auctions & Land Sales ....................................................................H-39 Manchester Mfg Co......................................C-73 Maple River Winery......................................K-60 Mark Seed Company....................................C-06 Marv Haugen Enterprises, Inc. 0408, 0409, 0410 Master Burn.................................................G-02 Mattracks/Fargo Tractor ................................915 May Wes Mfg .....................................K-29, K-30 McTavish Steel Works.........................E-66, E-67 Meridian Manufacturing 0086, 0087, 0108, 0109 Meridian Seeds ............................................H-55 Metalcraft By K ..............................................907 Micada...............................................0614, 0638 Midland Bi-Fold Doors.................................0728 Midland Diesel Service.................................C-12 Midwest Dairy..............................................C-01 Midwest Manufacturing ...............................L-28 Migrant Health Service, Inc..........................K-68 Mikes Heating Inc..........................................215 Minnesota Ag Rural Leadership (MARL)......K-50 Minnesota Pneumatic Products...................1075 Minn-Kota Communications.........................E-26 MinStart Ag Products (AgNition) .................E-65 MN Soybean Growers Assn. ........................C-11 MNDAK Upstream Coalition .........................L-62 Moly Mfg., Inc. / Silencer ............................1031 Montag Maufacturing, Inc...........................W-40 Morris Industries Ltd...............0515, 0516, 0517 Motion Industries ...............................E-49, E-50 MTI Distributing ............................................646 MudSmith Gauge Wheel................................919 Murphy Sales LLC .......................................1065 Muscatell Subaru .........................................B-10 Mustang Seeds..................................1070, 1071 Mycogen Seeds ..................................A-27, A-28 NAPA Auto Parts ..........................................L-79 National Farmers ..........................................L-03 ND Dept. Of Agriculture ..............................A-22 ND Farm Bureau ............................................811 Neeralta Manufacturing, Inc. .......................1602 Nelson Window Company............................H-35 New Holland Dealers - Northern Region .............. ......................ARENA W END, 1045, 1046, 1047 New Horizons...............................................L-39 New York Life Insurance ..............................L-38 Nextire Inc. .........................................K-15, K-16 Nodak Mutual Insurance Company ..............H-59 Norac Inc. ..........................................H-27, H-28 Norstar Industries .........................................213 North Country Marketing, Inc. ............................. ......................................1410, 1411, 1510, 1511 North Dakota Corn Growers Association ............. ...........................................................C-42, C-43 North Dakota Department of Transportation1002 North Dakota Farmers Union .....................AL-06 North Dakota Highway Patrol.......................K-67

North Dakota LivingAl-07, AL-08, AL-09, AL-09A North Dakota One Call..................................A-01 North Dakota Operation Lifesaver................3002 North Dakota Soybean Council ....................C-08 North Dakota Soybean Growers Assoc ........C-07 North Dakota State College Of Science ........C-71 North Dakota State Seed Dept......................C-57 Northern Bag and Box Company ..................L-40 Northern Metal Recycling ............................K-14 Northern Plains Equipment Co. Inc. ..0817, 0818 Northern Plains Track ........................0615, 0616 Northern Tool & Equipment ................E-46, E-47 Northland Buildings, Inc. .............................A-35 Northland Ford Dealers ..0707-0710, 1001, 1010 Northstar Agri Industries..............................L-19 NorthStar Genetics Ltd ......................H-24, H-36 Northwest Tire...............................................813 Northwestern Equipment Inc. ......................C-13 Norwood Sales Inc .......0741, 0742, 0743, 0744, ................0745, 0747, 0750, W-41, W-42, W-43 Notch Manufacturing, Inc ........1203, 1204, 1205 Novid Inc. ......................................................636 Nutech ......................................C-25, C-26, C-37 Nutra-Flo Company ......................................E-41 Ohnstad Twichell Law Firm ..........................H-02 Oil Transfer Systems ..........................C-65, C-66 OK Tire Stores .......C-32, C-33, C-34, C-35, 0084 O'Reilly Auto Parts.......................................K-41 Overhead Door Co Of Fargo .........................C-86 Perka Buildings ............................................K-39 Peterson Farms Seed, Inc .........C-46, C-47, C-48 Peterson Motors Co ..........................0640, 0641 Pickett Equipment .........................................635 Pifers Auction & Realty ...............................0902 Plains Grain & Agronomy, LLC ...........E-29, E-30 Plains Grain & Agronomy, LLC/Environmental .... Tillage Systems ................................W-19, W-20 PLG Manufacturing .......................................518 PM AG Sources, Inc............................E-35, E-36 Pneu Tek Tire Tools.............................L-33, L-34 Polaris Industries ....................3004, 3005, 3006 Poly Tech.....................................................1043 Prairie Post Frame........................................L-74 Prairie Supply, Inc .......................................1027 Praxair Distribution, Inc.................................916 Precision Concrete Cutters, Inc. .......................... .........................................K-42, K-43,K-44, K-45 Precision Equipment Mfg. .................1810, 1811 Precision Planting / Jason Haugen Seeds ........... ...........................................................K-05, K-06 Premier Lawn & Power .................................737 Premiere Building Systems, Inc. ..................E-23 Premium Ag Solutions ......................1402, 1403 Pro Ag Drain ................................................H-34 Pro Mags LLC ..............................................K-28 Pro-Ag Supply Inc. ............................0094, 0095 Progressive Ag Marketing............................C-04 Proseed ....................................A-14, A-15, A-16 Pro-Stitch.....................................................E-57 Pulse USA Inc ..............................................C-40 Purple Wave Auction ....................................L-41 Quality Craft Tools...............................E-01, E-02 Quality Garage Door .....................................E-73 Radco ............................................................746 Raven Industries .......................L-46, L-47, L-48 RDO Equipment - Shortline ...............1307, 1308 RDO Truck Center..............................0711, 0712 Rea Hybrids Inc..................................C-83, C-84 Real Industries ..............................................814 Real-Tuff, Inc. ....................................0917, 0918 Reaves Building Systems...................H-40, H-41 Red River Commodities ...............................C-23 Red River Retention Authority .....................K-17 Redekop Mfg. Co................................A-17, A-18 Redwood Metal Works................................W-44 Reichhardt Electronic Innovations, Inc. .........721 Reinke Irrigation ................................0705, 0706

Big Iron Exhibitor/Booth Listing

Reiten, Inc. ......................................................85 Reliable Energy Solutions ............................K-59 Rem Enterprises Inc. .........................1806, 1807 Renk Seed....................................................K-35 Replacement Flighting Supply......................L-45 Richard Equipment Sales Ltd...0922, 0923, 0924 ................................................0925, 0926, 0927 Riteway MFG .................1606, 1607, 1706, 1707 River Bend Industries, Inc. ................1301, 1302 RML Trading LLC .........................................C-24 Robert Wilson Painting and Foam Roofing ..K-80 Robo Rock Picker Mfg LLC.........................W-15 Rolin Manufacturing Co., Inc.............1060, 1061 Rollies Sales & Service..................................911 Rostech Technologies ..................................E-45 Rust Sales Inc .....1023, 1024, 1025, 1026, 1012 RWF BRON...................................................L-53 S. I. Feeders Div/Schoessow Inc. ......0208, 0209 S.I. Distributing.........................A-32, A-33, A-34 Sam's Club...................................................L-10 Sanford Health Plan .....................................L-07 SB & B Foods, Inc. .......................................E-28 SCAFCO Grain Systems .....................H-37, H-38 Schaben Industries........................................504 Schaefer Vermeer Equipment ............0306, 0307 Schaeffer's Specialized Lubes.............L-29, L-30 Schulte Industries Ltd .......................1303, 1304 Schweiss Doors...........................................2011 Seed Hawk...............................1073, 1074, 1072 SeedMaster ..................................................106 Seedpoint ......................................................102 SEEDS 2000.......................................H-62, H-63 Semi Trailer Sales....................0623, 0647, 4000 SFP ..............................................................L-26 Sheyenne Tooling & Mfg. ..................0519, 0520 Shivvers Mfg., Inc. ........................................639 Shoup Mfg Co ....................................K-51, K-52 Shur-Co of ND .............................................0730 Sierra Industries...........................................L-12 Simes Systems LLC .....................................L-15 Sioux Falls Truck & Trailer .............................107 SK Food International ..................................A-23 Soucy International ..........................W-33, W-34 Sparks Custom Trailers, LLC .........................121 Spray Target.................................................C-81 Sprayflex Sprayers inc.......................0644, 0645 Spreader Specialties ......................................214 Standard Grain, Inc. .....................................L-72 Stanley Vidmar.............................................L-71 Starion Financial ..........................................H-60 Steffes Auctioneers Inc. ...............................C-02 Stine Seed Company ..........................C-58, C-59 Stoller USA ..................................................K-04 Stop Sensor ................................................L-31 Storage Boxes Etc. ......................................1805 Stor-Loc.............................................H-09, H-10 Structural Buildings Inc. ..............................K-31 Summers Mfg. Co., Inc.0318-0323 & 0418-0423 Sundby's Featherlite Trailer Sales ......0501, 0502 SunOpta .............................................A-49, A-50 Swanston Equipment Company Inc...0740, 0751 Syngenta......................................................C-68 Syngenta Cereals .........................................C-56 T F Leisure Marketing ..................................K-66 T R S Industries, Inc......................................722 T.H. Equipment and Direct Enterprises, Inc. ........ .........................................L-55, L-56, L-57, L-58 Talk, Inc. .....................................................W-16 Taylor Made Building Systems .....................L-20 TCF Equipment Finance ......................K-82, K-83 Technology Crops International ...................A-11 Telpro Inc ...........................................K-32, K-33 Terog Manufacturing Company...........E-63, E-64 The Grain Handler..........................................317 The Insulation Place ....................................H-32 Thunder Seeds, Inc......................................H-57 Tightline Drainage........................................1503

TIREBOSS ..........................................E-16, E-17 Titan Outlet Store...................................611, 612 TJ Technologies, Inc......................................736 Tool Warehouse, Inc......................................506 Topcon Precision Agriculture .............K-20, K-21 ...........................................................K-22, K-23 Total Ag Technologies ........................H-51, H-52 Total Track & Performance Products............L-66 Tough-T Manufacturing ......................C-16, C-17 Towing Products / Petri Distributing ...........W-17 Towmaster, Inc............................................W-03 Toy Farmer Publications...............................C-70 Tracat, LLC ....................................................809 Tractor House ..............................................K-18 Trail King Industries - “Red River” Series............ ..........................................................0220, 0221 Trench Wheels .............................................K-81 Trouble Free Lighting ...................................K-62 Truck Utilities ...................................0406, 0407 TrueNorth Steel...........................................MO-3 TSR Parts Co. ..............................................1505 Twin City Garage Door .................................C-72 Ultimate Transportation ...........0201, 0202, 0203 United Lease & Finance, Inc.........................C-89 United Pulse Trading....................................K-36 United Soybean Board........................C-09, C-10 Unverferth Mfg. Co., Inc..B-04, B-05, B-06, B-07 USA Fuel Trailers .........................................2010 USDA - Farm Service Agency (FSA).............A-21 USDA/National Ag Statistics Service............A-24 Utility Energy Systems .................................L-50 V & M Dist. Co. Inc........................................124 Valley Central Vacuum .................................K-07 Valley Petroleum Equipment ........................L-13 Van Ahn & Company, Inc.............................H-58 Versatile .W-45, W-46, W-47, W-58, W-59, W-60 Vertical Software, Inc. ..................................L-27 VFM, LLC .....................................................L-09 Video Surveillance Solutions..............H-16, H-17 Visto's Trailer Sales ...............................509, 510 Voland Supply..............................................C-74 W. W. Wallwork Truck Center.............0719, 0720 Wade's Service Center - Bad Boy Mowers...1041 Walinga USA, Inc.........................................1305 Walters Buildings.........................................K-24 Waste Oil Furnace........................................1042 Watkins Quality Products .............................L-49 Wedgcor Steel Buildings.....................E-37, E-38 Wells Fargo Bank .........................................E-07 Wensman Seed.........................C-62, C-63, C-64 West Bred ....................................................C-79 West Central Ag Services.............................C-80 West Country Products..1708, 1709, 1710, 1711 Westeel..............................................0416, 0417 Western Equipment Finance.........................E-39 Western Farm Sales, Inc................................216 Western Minnesota Steam Threshers Reunion.... ....................................................................H-01 Western Products...............................A-19, A-20 Westfield Industries - % Ag Growth International (AGI).................ARENA - S CENTER, 1029, 1030 Wheatheart Mfg (AGI) .......................0748, 0749 Wilbur Ellis Company .........................A-42, A-43 Wil-Rich LLC / Wishek.............0090, 0091, 0092 ................................................0112, 0113, 0114 Windows Plus Inc. .......................................C-29 Winfield ..............................................C-52, C-53 Your Next Tire .....................................L-42, L-43 Zimmatic - Lindsay Manufacturing .....E-75, E-76


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ever-expanding product line: the Meridian fuel trailer. The Meridian Fuel Trailer is the latest innovation in fuel transportation and makes transferring fuel easier and more convenient than ever before. Refuel at your convenience and improve on-farm productivity with portable fuel storage from Meridian. And while you’re there, learn more about Meridian’s lineup of premier augers. The new Meridian 1495, a colossal grain mover, will be on display at the show. This mammoth is moving more grain more quickly, smoothly and quietly than any auger on the market with durability and ruggedness that is unmatched. Our new 375 RTX seed tender, another groundbreaking innovation from Meridian, will also be on display. Its conveyor design allows the operator to unload, fill and control the conveyor independently at the rear, making it the industry’s most versatile tender to date. Innovation and quality are top of mind for Meridian, and it is with this in mind that we continue to develop new products for your operation.

Continued from Page 10

Micada

Micada, founded in 1979, is strictly in the business of manufacturing custom-built handling and storage equipment. The Hope, N.D., business sells grain handling and storage equipment across the United States. Micada’s products are hopper-bottom bins, hopper bottoms, weigh scales, leg and support towers, catwalks and I-beam structures. Forty-two employees work for Micada. The company’s high-quality fully assembled products make it unique in the industry. We don’t compare ourselves to our competition. Instead, we measure the quality of our product against our own demanding standards. This is the company’s 20th year at Big Iron.

No-Bull Enterprises

Meridian Manufacturing Inc.

Meridian Manufacturing Inc. has been building high-quality storage and handling products for more than 65 years. With a full line of SmoothWall bins, galvanized storage, augers, conveyors, bulk seed tenders and double wall fuel tanks, there is a Meridian product to fit your needs. And check out Meridian to see the latest addition to our

Solar Watering Systems

No-Bull Enterprises, the U.S. company known for its premiere high-tension castration tool, has introduced the callicrate “wee” bander, a lighter, sleeker version designed to bring the same humane, user-friendly technique to newborn calves, sheep and goats. The callicrate wee bander is designed to ensure proper ligation with every application, the key to humane castration and a signature feature of the original callicrate bander. The callicrate bander — the castration tool that works. Check it out at www.callicratebanders.com.

NorthStar Genetics

NorthStar Genetics began in the winter of 1995 and 1996 with a desire to enhance the soybean business beyond public varieties, and has since grown into the largest independently owned seed company in Minnesota. NorthStar Genetics operates primarily in three states: Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota. It also operates in two Canadian provinces: Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Since 1996, NorthStar Genetics has developed an extensive and high-performing portfolio of soybean varieties and corn hybrids and is confident it has a product that will perform well on all land. NorthStar Genetics operates out of its office in Wanamingo, Minn., and can be reached at 507-824-2878. For more information about NorthStar Genetics soybean varieties and corn hybrids, visit www.northstargenetics. com.

Northland Buildings

Northland Buildings has long been recognized as a leader in quality-engineered, post frame buildings. Since 1994, we’ve been building in the Midwest, covering North Dakota and South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois and upper Michigan. Whether it’s a simple pole barn or storage shed or a large commercial building, agricultural building, equestrian facility, garage, or any other storage building, our experienced sales consultants work with you to design and build to your needs and budget. BIOS: See Page 16

★★

Hoop Barn Super Sale!!! BIG IRON 2013

• Jangula Post Pullers • Calf Shelters VISIT • Wire Winders BOOTH • Bale Feeders #117 • Feed Bunks • Continous Fences & Free Standing Fences

www.silverstreamshelters.com At Big Iron We Will Run The Following Specials: 30’x72’ Single Steel

$4,492 -

30’x70’ Double Truss Frame and Cover Kit

$6,995 -

Common Sense Manufacturing, Inc.

for dealer nearest you

35791 160th St., Faulkton, SD 57438 605-598-4157 office - 605-216-0687cell

2 Only

38’x100’ Double Truss Frame Cover Kit P/R (Black Steel)

www.commonsensemfg.com

www.commonsensemfg.com Where Quality Just Makes Sense

for dealer nearest you Where Quality 35791 160th St.., Faulkton, SDJust 57438 605-598-4157 office - 605-216-0687 cell Makes Sense

First 2 sold at show only

Prices at show only, come and save!

$10,950 -

1 Only

42’x100’ Double Truss Frame Cover Kit

$13,950 -

1 Only

See Rick or Darryl at Jurgens Farm Service atBooth Booth #813 #301-304 1-877-547-4738


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Continued from Page 15 Find out what many proud owners throughout the Midwest have discovered — Northland buildings are the best value for your money. Get the quality you need with a well constructed, attractive and affordable Northland building. Call 1-800-736-4510 or visit us online at www.northlandbuildings.com.

PM Ag Sources Inc.

PM Ag Sources Inc. offers GSI and WESTEEL grain storage systems for superior strength, integrity and long-term durability. Let us provide you with the finest in on-farm and commercial grain storage available. We also offer GSI grain dryers. With their advanced technology and reliability, there is sure to be one to fit your needs. Also available are grain legs, cat walks, conveyors and drive over pits. As a supplement to your current fertilizer, we offer an innovative plant enhancement program. No matter what you grow, Monty’s Liquid Fertilizer is for you. Improve your quality and quantity, improve disease resistance and unlock your crops potential. To learn

more about these products, contact Paul Cose at 866588-7624 or visit www.gsiag.com, www.westeel.com or www.montysplantfood.com.

Real Manufacturing

Real Manufacturing of Milbank, S.D., is a familyowned business with farmers and ranchers in mind. We manufacture high-quality livestock handling systems, bale feeders, panels and gates, feeder panels, bunk feeders, bale forks and bow gates to stand up to the harsh conditions in the Upper Midwest. Ask us about the Portable Tub System.Visit booth number 814 to view these sturdy livestock handling systems.

SeedMaster

At SeedMaster, our focus is simple: total seeding precision and rugged reliability from tank to shank. It all started 20 years ago when company founder Norbert Beaujot, — a farmer himself — developed the first active-hydraulic, ground-following, individual row opener. Today, other manufacturers mimic our opener design because of its no-compromise product placement and depth control, which lets farmers safely sideband high rates of fertilizer worry-free. Now SeedMaster is triggering another revolution — in a way farmers meter seed and fertilizer with the UltraPro Canola Meter. The meter has several benefits: n Spaces seeds with near-singulation accuracy and

gentleness — allowing lower seeding rates without sacrificing plant counts or yields. n Auto Zone Command: Simple, economical overlap control — instantly starts and stops product flow in up to 10 zones. n Nova Smart Carts: Move more than 350 pounds per acre of fertilizer on an 80-foot drill at 5 mph with no plugging and unbeatable distribution accuracy. Up to four products: 520- to 820-bushel capacity. SeedMaster continues to be “The Leader. By Design” as we develop innovative technologies at our research farm, raising the bar on efficiency and delivering ultimate precision in the field. Contact SeedMaster today and experience the SeedMaster advantage on your farm: www.seedmaster.ca.

Shur-Co

Shur-Co introduces the latest in SMART-touch technology — the SMART2, the most advanced remote of its kind in the tarping industry. The SMART2 offers two-way communication in a digital display and can operate more than 100 programmed devices from more than 100 feet away. It relays real-time positioning of your Shur-Co SMARTrailer accessories, including the 4500 Series HD electric tarp, ProTrap electric hopper door opener and LiteALL work light. Set it to automatically stop the tarp away from the tarp stops to save on wear and tear, or open traps based on the capacity of the elevator pits. It’s that precise. See the BIOS: See Page 19

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PLANTERS cONT. ‘08 GP YP2425 MA15655 ........................... $88,000 ‘01 HA cART500 MA09640 ....................... $44,000 ‘04 HA PS40 MA13006 .............................$175,000 ‘01 HA PS6015 MA09638 ........................... $69,500 ‘03 HA PS6015 MB15956 .........................$100,000 ‘03 HA PS6015 MB12695 .........................$139,000 ‘06 HA PS6015 MA15948 .........................$175,000 ‘06 HA PS6015 MA16123 .........................$182,000 ‘06 HA PS6015 MD08460 .........................$185,000 ‘07 HA PS6015 MA09428 .........................$205,000 ‘07 HA PS6015 MA09434 .........................$205,000 ‘07 HA PS6015 MA10383 .........................$187,500 ‘08 HA PS6015 MA15960 .........................$170,000 ‘08 HA PS6015 MA15954 .........................$170,000 ‘10 HA PS6015 MA15964 .........................$189,000 ‘10 HA PS6015 MA15962 .........................$175,000 ‘10 HA PS6015 MA12153 .........................$205,000 ‘05 Jd 1520 MA15195 ................................. $17,500 ‘08 Jd 1770NT MA15552 .........................$108,000 ‘96 Jd 1780 MXA26868 ............................... $34,000 ‘04 Jd 1790 MB15490 ................................. $92,000 Jd 1850 MB11640 ........................................ $44,000 ‘06 Jd 1895 MJ002983 .............................$140,000 ‘06 Jd 1895 MJ002982 .............................$145,000 ‘05 MO MAxiM MD10344 ........................ $75,000 ‘05 NH Sd440 MA12704 ............................ $90,000 WP WHiTE PLT MJ003091 ......................... $cALL ‘13 WP WP8824-30 MA19167 ................$169,000 WP 5100 MB07890 ........................................ $9,500 ‘97 WP 6100 MB11803 ............................... $23,000 WP 6180 MA15217 ...................................... $21,000 WP 6180 MJ003096 .................................... $11,500 WP 6516 MJ003093 .................................... $19,500 WP 6700 MJ003092 ...................................... $9,500 ‘03 WP 8186 MJ003097 .............................. $29,500 WP 8523 MJ003095 .................................... $25,000 ‘01 WP 8523 MJ003094 .............................. $29,500 ‘06 WP 8524 MA15193 ............................... $87,000 ‘05 WP 8524-30 cH MA19130 .................. $68,000 ‘09 WP 8524-30cFS MA15209 ................. $85,000 ‘09 WP 8824 MA15202 .............................$114,000 ‘12 WP 8824-24R30 MA15652 ................$159,000 SKid STEER LOAdERS ‘11 cAT 226B3 267 HRS MA13651 ............. $32,500 ‘10 cAT 232B2 785 HRS MA16551 ............. $25,000 ‘06 cAT 236B 5268 HRS MA10954 .............. $15,500 ‘11 cAT 236B3 169 HRS MA15832 ............... $cALL ‘11 cAT 236B3 161 HRS MA13649 ............. $39,500 ‘11 cAT 236B3 115 HRS MA13434 ............. $39,500 ‘11 cAT 236B3 137 HRS MA13650 ............. $39,500 ‘11 cAT 236B3 150 HRS MA13648 ............. $39,500 ‘11 cAT 242B3 200 HRS MA15792 ............. $37,500 ‘10 cAT 246c 214 HRS MA12521 ................ $37,500 ‘11 cAT 246c 33 HRS MC13188 .................. $39,500 ‘12 cAT 246cQ 609 HRS MA13849 ............. $44,000 ‘12 cAT 256cQ 6 HRS MC15555 ................. $47,500 ‘05 cAT 257B 1324 HRS MB19275 .............. $26,500 ‘07 cAT 262B 1291 HRS MA15841 .............. $25,500 ‘10 cAT 262c 265 HRS MA13490 ................ $42,750 ‘10 cAT 262c 327 HRS MA13955 ................ $42,500

SKid STEER LOAdERS cONT. ‘10 cAT 262c 326 HRS MA12728 ................ $36,500 ‘11 cAT 262c 382 HRS MA16520 ................ $42,500 ‘11 cAT 262c 489 HRS MA13686 ................ $45,000 ‘12 cAT 262c2 102 HRS MA15838 .............. $48,500 ‘10 cAT 272c 294 HRS MA13212 ................ $42,750 ‘07 cAT 277B 3895 HRS MA16570 ................ $cALL ‘11 cAT 287c 1144 HRS MA11122 .............. $49,500 ‘08 cAT 297c 2090 HRS MA13219 .............. $35,000 ‘09 cAT 299c 1341 HRS MA12512 .............. $53,500 ‘09 cAT 299c 1852 HRS MA12510 .............. $43,500 ‘11 cAT 299c 749 HRS MA13432 ................ $69,500 ‘11 BOB S205 563 HRS MA13821 ............... $37,500 ‘03 BOB T300 3302 HRS MA16518 ............. $15,000 ‘11 cA SR250 1415 HRS MA15186 ............. $35,000 ‘11 cA SV300 1425 HRS MA16948 ............. $42,500 ‘12 cA TV380 343 HRS MA15770 ................ $56,500 ‘08 cA 440cT 1193 HRS MA13822 .............. $36,000 ‘10 cA 440cT 959 HRS MA15811 ................ $37,500 ‘10 Jd 323dT 360 HRS MA15813 ................ $35,000 ‘06 Jd 328 4688 HRS MA15836 ................... $24,500 ‘12 MU 2700V 105 HRS MA16571 .............. $33,000 ‘11 NH L220 523 HRS MA15138 .................. $28,500 TiLLAGE EQUiPMENT ‘01 ciH TiGERMATE MA12819 ................ $37,000 ‘12 ciH 200 MA13366 ................................. $42,500 ciH 330 TURBO MB13791 ......................... $47,000 ‘08 GP TT4000 MXA22197 ......................... $34,000 ‘12 HA JKR PT300 MA16120 .................... $72,000 ‘10 HA JOKER 8RT MA16191 ................... $49,000 ‘11 HA JOKERPT300 MA16118 ............... $71,000 ‘12 HA JOKERPT400 MA16122 ............... $85,500 ‘12 HA JOKERPT400 MB16123 ................ $86,500 ‘11 HA JOKERRT270 MA16103 ............... $58,500 ‘11 HA JOKERRT370 MA16125 ............... $85,000 ‘12 HA JOKERRT370 MA16152 ............... $82,000 ‘12 HA JOKERRT370 MA16151 ............... $82,000 Jd 235 diSc MJ003106 ............................. $2,000 ‘01 Jd 2400 MA15737 ................................. $34,000 ‘04 Jd 2700 MB16236 ................................. $22,500 ‘95 Jd 630 diSc MJ003105 ...................... $8,500 LL 6230-30 MA12818 ................................... $39,000 LL 876 MA13178 ........................................... $35,000 SN G4-27 MA16229 ....................................... $8,750 ‘09 SN SF1435-36 MJ003104 .................... $35,000 SN SF1544-45 MB08460 ............................ $56,500 ‘07 SN SF1544-45 MB15959 ..................... $49,000 SN SF4511-11 MA11224 ............................ $37,000 ‘08 SN SF4530-19 MA11225 ..................... $63,000 ‘10 SN SF4530-19 MJ003103 .................... $42,500 ‘12 SN SF6630-32 MD15705 ..................... $51,000 ‘03 SN 1434-36 MA15940 .......................... $36,000 SR SUPER cOLT MA12825 ....................... $35,000 ‘10 SR SUPER cOLT MA16099 ................ $42,000 SR 70’ HARROW MA12775 ...................... $19,000 WS Fd366 MB16020 ................................... $13,500 ‘06 GA MAGNUM cLT MA15483 ............ $33,000 YE ROTARY HOE MJ002979 ....................... $8,500 ‘12 SF RTS570-30 MA16027 ..................... $57,000 TRAcTORS ‘97 cAT 55 6433 HRS MB12089 ................... $56,000

TRAcTORS cONT. ‘93 cAT 75c 6969 HRS MB11578 ................ $47,000 ‘97 cAT 85d 5493 HRS MB11566 ................ $74,000 ‘00 cAT 85E 5346 HRS MB15465 ................. $89,000 ‘97 cAT 95E 5883 HRS ML002706 .............$113,000 ‘95 cAT 85c 5250 HRS MB15654 ................ $53,500 ‘74 Ac 7050 MJ003098 ................................. $4,500 ‘08 cH MT765B 3015 HRS MA15415 .......$168,000 ‘08 cH MT465B 2643 HRS MA15414 ......... $45,000 ‘05 cH MT555B 4407 HRS MA13243 ......... $75,000 ‘04 cH MT565B 3351 HRS MB12092 ......... $68,000 ‘11 cH MT645c 1305 HRS MA13241 .......$166,000 ‘05 cH MT665B 5865 HRS MJ003059 .......... $cALL ‘11 cH MT665c 1115 HRS MA15486 .......$182,000 ‘09 cH MT675c 885 HRS MA15448 .........$183,000 ‘09 cH MT675c 805 HRS MA11951 .........$182,000 ‘03 cH MT755 3954 HRS MA13461 ..........$129,000 ‘06 cH MT755B 10615 HRS MB15470 ....... $90,000 ‘07 cH MT755B 2262 HRS MA13455 .......$169,000 ‘08 cH MT755B 2069 HRS MB12101 .......$185,000 ‘08 cH MT755B 2694 HRS MA13445 .......$173,000 ‘11 cH MT755c 732 HRS MA15421 .........$218,000 ‘02 cH MT765 7750 HRS MA15418 ............ $90,000 ‘03 cH MT765 4832 HRS MA11556 ..........$145,000 ‘03 cH MT765 7934 HRS MA13479 ..........$110,000 ‘08 cH MT765B 2974 HRS MA15450 .......$173,000 ‘09 cH MT765c 2161 HRS MA13449 .......$190,000 ‘11 cH MT765c 843 HRS MA16327 .........$231,000 ‘11 cH MT765c 795 HRS MA16383 .........$234,000 ‘11 cH MT765c 706 HRS MA16329 .........$236,000 ‘11 cH MT765c 780 HRS MA16336 .........$234,000 ‘11 cH MT765c 738 HRS MA16334 .........$229,000 ‘11 cH MT765c 1170 HRS MA16333 .......$226,000 ‘09 cH MT765c 2121 HRS MA15447 .......$193,000 ‘08 cH MT835B 2788 HRS MA13472 .......$213,000 ‘05 cH MT845 1861 HRS MB12119 ..........$176,000 ‘08 cH MT855B 3119 HRS MA12086 .......$215,000 ‘06 cH MT855B 4694 HRS MJ002815 ......$195,000 ‘12 cH MT855c 628 HRS MA13474 .........$335,000 ‘10 cH MT855c 1943 HRS MA13471 .......$267,000 ‘06 cH MT865B 2691 HRS MB11200 .......$233,000 ‘07 cH MT865B 2656 HRS MA12108 .......$235,000 ‘08 cH MT865B 2559 HRS MA12109 .......$232,500 ‘08 cH MT865B 920 HRS MA16299 .........$249,000 ‘08 cH MT865B 2883 HRS MA13481 .......$226,000 ‘10 cH MT865c 1077 HRS MA13476 .......$292,000 ‘11 cH MT865c 2548 HRS MA16342 .......$307,000 ‘11 cH MT865c 990 HRS MA12120 .........$331,000 ‘11 cH MT865c 1597 HRS MA16343 .......$318,000 ‘11 cH MT865c 972 HRS MA15476 .........$330,000

TRAcTORS cONT. ‘08 cH MT875B 1997 HRS MA12121 .......$285,000 ‘11 cH MT875c 1878 HRS MA16339 .......$335,000 ‘11 cH MT875c 2487 HRS MA16338 .......$330,000 ‘08 cH MT965B 2376 HRS MA13081 ........$208,000 ‘11 cH MT975c 644 HRS MA12126 .........$310,000 ‘01 AG dT225 6732 HRS MA15407 ............. $65,000 ‘04 AG RT150 2040 HRS MA13336 ............. $79,000 ‘94 AG 8610 6141 HRS MB15086 ................. $29,500 ‘94 AG 9690 2627 HRS MB12081.................. $48,000 ‘05 ciH MxM190 5256 HRS MA13454 ...... $78,000 ‘04 ciH Mx255 2865 HRS MA12460 ........$108,000 ‘04 ciH Mx255 2776 HRS MA12459 ........$108,000 ‘04 ciH Mx285 3306 HRS MA13766 ........$106,000 ‘10 ciH PUMA 140 3216 HRS MA16373 ... $91,000 ‘08 ciH PUMA 165 3555 HRS MA13229 ... $85,000 ‘11 ciH PUMA 170 980 HRS MA16382 ...$127,000 ‘86 ciH P394 6660 HRS MB11709 ............... $22,000 ‘11 ciH STEiGER600 439 HRS MA13482 $310,000 ‘04 ciH STx375 5547 HRS MA10886 .......$125,000 ‘04 ciH STx425 4116 HRS MA15477 ........$149,000 ‘06 ciH STx530 QU 2932 HRS MA12107 $201,000 ‘81 ciH 2290 4886 HRS MB11751 ............... $18,500 ‘08 ciH 535Q 1733 HRS MA12123 ............$255,000 ‘96 ciH 7240 7984 HRS MA12500 ................ $52,000 ‘96 ciH 9370 8454 HRS MB16335 ............... $63,000 dZ 1479 MJ003101 ...................................... $14,500 ‘88 FO TW25 13143 HRS MB15414* ........... $11,000 ‘91 FO 8830 MB15089 ................................. $30,000 ‘89 Jd 4955 10881 HRS MC12095 ................ $39,000 ‘95 Jd 7700 15209 HRS MA13232 ............... $40,000 ‘07 Jd 7930 2355 HRS MB16341 ...............$152,000 ‘05 Jd 8320 3799 HRS MB12095 ...............$139,000 ‘10 Jd 9430 2329 HRS MB13085 ...............$215,000 ‘10 Jd 9430 2170 HRS MA13085 ...............$211,000 ‘04 Jd 9520T 3133 HRS MB12105 .............$144,000 ‘09 Jd 9530 1767 HRS MA11555 ...............$230,000 ‘09 Jd 9530 1192 HRS MA12124 ...............$236,000

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hind and creates the white spots that reduce crop yields. “Salinity management is water management,” he adds. “We need to dry down soils so salts move below the root zone. Farming practices that do this include cover cropping, perennial cropping, notilling and subsurface drainage.” To provide soil for the test, farmers should take samples from several spots in a field, mix the soil and take a sample of the mixture. That sample should con-

tain about a cup of soil. Place the sample in a small dish on a sunny windowsill for a few days to allow the sample to dry. Then place the sample in a zip-top plastic bag and bring it to Big Iron. “The test will take only a few minutes,” Augustin says. “We see white scars across North Dakota and know that salts are lowering crop yields. We hope this quick test gives our farmers an idea of how bad it is and that they know we are here to help them fix these issues.”

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Leading Edge Industries, a startup company located in Groton, S.D., may be on its way to changing the agricultural industry after unveiling the Load Judge at this year’s Big Iron Farm Show. “The problem was that there was nothing out there that we could either see or use to observe [grain loads] in dusty conditions,” says Shawn Gengerke, founder of Leading Edge Industries and a fourth generation soybean farmer in Groton. “We needed to build technology to overcome that.” Through the latest “smart” technologies, Gengerke, who has more than 25 years of experience in farming, saw an opportunity to solve one of agriculture’s oldest problems. According to Gengerke, loading grain onto a semi at a farm or an elevator created a lot of dirt and dust, which made load observation difficult. In his experience, Gengerke had two primary options to judge a load: Overflowing his load a little to know it was full, or having employees climb the truck’s vertical ladder to observe the load. The former option was illegal and Gengerke could’ve been ticketed for it, and the latter option was unsafe for employees because of dirt and dust inhalation. Even using a camera for load observation was ineffective, as dirt could block the camera’s lens and damage the camera. “We saw a gap in the ag industry where there was nothing to help us accomplish our goal, and that is what brought us to developing the Load Judge,” Gengerke says. The full Load Judge kit consists of six proximity sensors that are installed in a truck, a quick-attach plug that connects the sensors to the trailer clearing lighting system, a moisture sensor and a WiFi device that submits load data to the operator’s smart device. Load Judge is controlled by its own application, which can be downloaded onto an iPad, tablet PC or smartphone. “The data gets tracked real-time on a WiFi network to any smart device. It could be your phone, it could be an iPad,” Gengerke says. “The biggest advantage is you can monitor your grain trailer from the seat of your cab and you can do it accurately.”

The benefits

Gengerke sees numerous time, financial and safety benefits for farmers and truckers who decide to invest in the Load Judge. Having researched patents through the International Patent Search, Gengerke is certain that the Load Judge is the only technology of its kind in the world. “It’s going to make it much more efficient in loading your truck. You’ll be able to do it much faster; you’ll be able to do it with one person. It’ll also prevent you from overloading your truck and incurring a ticket for overweight,” Gengerke says. “A lot of the time, we have retired farmers that help us harvest. They climb up and down these ladders, load up the truck, and move it at

the right time — they just physically can’t do it. They slip on these vertical ladders on these trailers, not to mention the environment. It’s not healthy breathing in all of that dust.” Graphics on the Load Judge application provide the user with information regarding proximity levels of the grain, height levels of the grain, moisture lev-

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els, and estimates pounds of bushels, which Gengerke describes as a one of the “biggest benefits of all.” “The beauty of it is once you decide to load your truck a certain way at a certain weight, this is what gives you the capability of repeating that load. Every load on the money; that’s what our slogan has been because that’s truly what

it does,” Gengerke says. Farmers will need a smart device to run the Load Judge, which has been under development since 2011. The price of the kit is not official, but Gengerke says it will range from $6,000 to $6,500. A patent for the Load Judge is pending, but will be available for purchase in December 2013.


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