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n FARGO, N.D. — Eleven people

have been awarded scholarships through the North Dakota Farm Bureau Foundation. The scholarships are a project of the NDFB Promotion and Education Committee. This year, $5,500 in scholarships was awarded. The Becki Palmer Scholarship for High School Seniors honors a North Dakota Farm Bureau employee who lost her battle with cancer in 2006. Winners of this $500 scholarship are Keyona Elkins of Dickinson, Travis Lawwhead of Cartwright, Jacob Lardy of West Fargo, Breanna Bregel of Carrington, Alex Nielsen and McKayla Roll of New England. The NDFB Agriculture Scholarship is for an undergraduate student majoring in agriculture who has completed or will be completing his or her freshman year of college. The winners of the $500 scholarships are Kristi Tonnessen of Towner and Stefanie Bohrer of Stanton. The Farm Bureau Family Membership Scholarship is awarded to a current Farm Bureau member or family member who has or will have completed their freshman year of college. The winners of this $500 scholarship are Amy Smith of Carrington and Kelsey Teubner of Cando. The Graduate Scholarship is awarded to a student enrolled or currently attending graduate school. The winner of this $500 scholarship is Kate Noble of Sneads Ferry, N.C.

Decker joins University of Missouri beef team

n COLUMBIA, Mo. — Owners of

commercial beef herds baffled by all those numbers in bull catalogs should meet Jared Decker. Decker has joined the University of Missouri Extension beef team as a geneticist. His first priority, he says, will be to help cow herd owners improve breeding decisions. He’ll teach how

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to use expected progeny differences. Those numbers ease decisions when buying bulls, semen or replacement heifers. Decker has been working in the University of Missouri bovine genomic lab led by Jerry Taylor, who was on the team that deciphered the original cattle genome in 2009.

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OPINION

A closer look at CRP signup

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Producers can enroll until June 14

By Doug Leier WEST FARGO, N.D. — Without looking over my shoulder through the columns I’ve written in May in the past decade, I’m pretty sure the top three topics have been fishing, fishing and probably fishing. This year, however, I feel justified in deviating from the norm, as the Conservation Reserve Program is making headlines with a new signup period underway. Hunters and anglers need to take a moment to consider the future of this important habitat that the younger generation may assume has always been and will always be around. Most of us can recall the limited pheasant numbers and to some extent, white-tailed deer numbers in the two decades before the start of CRP in the mid-1980s. Grassland habitat, whether it’s cropland idled through the CRP or precious native prairie, is a foundation that prevents soil erosion and serves as a filter within the important water cycle. It’s widely known that North Dakota has lost nearly half of its CRP acres since 2007 — from about 3.4 million acres down to about 1.8 million acres right now. In recent signups, landowner interest has remained relatively high, but a variety of factors have contributed to the decline in acres enrolled in North Dakota.

Nationally, the number of acres allowed in the program has been reduced. Many landowners who wanted to re-enroll were not able to because their land no longer qualified, or was not accepted because their land was not ranked high enough against offers made in other states. And of course, with today’s strong farm economy, many landowners with expiring contracts have left the program because land rental rates and commodity prices provide a better financial picture for their operation than if they had those acres in CRP.

Deadline nearing

This time around, producers interested in submitting bids to enroll land in Conservation Reserve Program acres have until June 14. Applications received during the CRP signup period will be ranked against others, according to the Environmental Benefit Index. Kevin Kading, North Dakota Game and Fish Department private land section leader, says there are some EBI factors that producers can influence. “Game and Fish Department private land biologists and other conservation partners such as Ducks Unlimited and Pheasants Forever can help producers find the best possible combination of factors that will positively influence their EBI score, which may increase their likelihood of being accepted into the program,” Kading says. Game and Fish offers cost-share assistance and additional incentives if producers

enroll their CRP into the department’s Private Land Open To Sportsmen program to allow walk-in access for hunting. “Game and Fish will make arrangements with contractors to assist producers with land preparation, grass seeding and CRP management,” Kading says. This service is offered for producers who enroll CRP in PLOTS in North Dakota’s Dickey, Ransom, Sargent, LaMoure, Burleigh, Emmons, McLean, Sheridan, Stark, Hettinger and Adams counties. Producers should contact the county Farm Service Agency office, Game and Fish Department, or other conservation partner biologists for more information about the general signup and opportunities with PLOTS. A series of short videos with tips and advice on how producers can maximize their CRP offer, and information about PLOTS cost-share and grass seeding assistance, is available on the Game and Fish Department website: www.gf.nd.gov. While the current signup won’t mean a return to more than 3 million acres of CRP in North Dakota, the Game and Fish Department is hoping that prospects for potentially higher rental rates, and a concerted effort to help producers increase their EBI scores, will help offset acres that are expiring in 2013, or even gain a little ground. I mean grass. Editor’s Note: Leier, a biologist for the North Dakota Game and Fish Department in West Fargo, N.D., can be reached at dleier@nd.gov. Leier writes a regular newspaper column and has a blog at www.areavoices.com.

Where’s my cow insurance?

Fewer guarantees for ranchers in farm programs

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By Alan Guebert It was evident from his hello that the South Dakota rancher had practiced his pitch before he dialed my office. “I’m (so and so),” he said in a clipped, clear voice, “an independent cow-calf producer west of the (Missouri) river with 500 cows. I’m calling with one question: Where do I go to sign up for revenue-based cow-calf insurance?” I’m sorry, did you say “revenue-based cowcalf insurance?” “I did,” replied the cowboy. “You know, like revenue-based federal crop insurance. Farmers get that now and they’ll get even more when Congress passes the farm bill, right?” Probably, yes, but I’m sure you know there’s no such thing as revenue-based, federally subsidized cow-calf insurance. A long, tired sigh came across the line. “Well, yeah,” he said, “but somebody needs to ask why taxpayers are guaranteeing my neighbors $300 and $400 an acre profit through federal crop insurance to farm ranchland when I can’t buy any insurance — let alone subsidized insurance — to lock in one-tenth of that by doing the land right and ranching it.”

No argument. You’re right. “Being right won’t mean much when my neighbors rent or buy the land I rent to plant more corn and beans while you, me and taxpayers buy most of the insurance to guarantee them a profit and me a smaller ranch.” No, it sure won���t. That was late March, and being right still won’t matter, because each version of the 2013 farm bill that cleared its respective Congressional ag committee earlier in May includes expanded versions of today’s generous federal crop insurance programs. In fact, some of the liveliest debates on the bills centered on how to grow the federal crop insurance program while keeping ag outsiders — mostly environmental, nutrition and conservation groups — from either placing restrictions on the expanding program or poaching some of its funds.

Work remains

Each bill is far from any finish line, though. The Senate bill, for example, includes compromise wording that links conservation compliance with the new, bigger insurance program. The House farm bill does not. But the Senate language carries a distinctive only-in-Washington ring: In return for agreeing to tie the subsidies to conservation guidelines, the committee agreed to eliminate any provision that would cut insurance subsidies to farmers with more than $750,000 adjusted gross incomes. Sweet as that is — essentially, continue to do

what you’re already doing and get even better coverage — some farm bill watchers now suspect the conservation part of the deal won’t survive the Senate-House conference to marry the two bills. They see the House version — no conservation compliance, no limits — gaining traction. If so, my ranching pal’s future will sport more tractors and combines than cows and calves. Landlords and farmers, unleashed from any conservation requirement and able to buy cheap crop insurance that virtually assures a profit, will plow under more grass to plant more corn and beans. But even if the Senate’s conservation linkage remains in the final bill, the rancher is headed for an almost equally woeful future because farm program benefits, be they direct payments or insurance subsidies, end up being capitalized in land. That’s the biggest reason his cows and calves can’t compete with corn and beans now; the land has been made too valuable by the federal crop insurance guarantees paid for, in part, by you and me. That puts you and me in the business of pretty much putting this rancher out of business as we underwrite the expansion of an already sweetly subsidized government program. And here I thought one of us was for limited government. Editor’s Note: Guebert writes The Food and Farm File, a nationally syndicated column on agriculture.


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OPINION

Sugar is economy’s sweet spot

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By Jack Roney Since the Great Recession, investors have been inundated with tips for turning losses into profit, ranging from gold to social media IPOs. But through it all, a pretty obvious profit center garnered few headlines, and now this “secret” soon could have public policy implications. I’m talking about candy and makers of other products containing sugar. As the head of the National Confectioners Association said at the onset of economic recovery, “A lot of people think it’s oil and energy that drives this economy, but it’s candy; it’s chocolate that’s doing well in this economy.” Such a statement sounds laughable, but it turns out he was spot on. Alex Triantis, a professor at the University of Maryland, examined 10 large U.S. pub-

licly traded companies that produce highly sweetened products and unearthed phenomenal financial performance. Triantis, the former head of the university’s finance department, found that shares of sugar-containing product (SCP) members have shot up more than 300 percent since 2000. That’s compared with an almost flat S&P index, and the bulk of that 300 percent has come since 2009 when other stocks were sluggish. Since 2004, SCP revenues have spiked 45 percent, which is 50 percent higher than the growth of the rest of the economy. Return on equity has outpaced the U.S. economy by 115 percent. And net profit margins during that period have been 17 percent higher than the average for other publicly traded companies. These numbers show that had you bet on candy years ago, you’d be a lot richer today. But chances are good you didn’t create a SCP index for your nest egg because, like so many of us, you were unaware of this story of prosperity. Now, these same sugar-using industries are hoping that such ignorance

will help them score political points at the expense of America’s sugar farmers.

Policy problem?

Led by the same NCA that once bragged of oil-like profitability, big candy companies are telling lawmakers that U.S. sugar policy has caused them financial hardship in the past few years. To pull themselves out of the supposed economic doldrums, these big businesses are asking Capitol Hill to mandate oversupplies on the U.S. sugar market to keep ingredient costs at artificially low levels. And history shows SCP companies will pocket savings from artificially low sugar prices instead of lowering food costs. This isn’t the first time these companies have sought to manipulate legislators to enhance profitability. In 2006, these same companies proposed sending sugar farmers $1.3 billion a year in subsidy checks to have the government buy down sugar prices to artificial lows. Current U.S. sugar policy has no subsidy checks involved, but it does keep heavily subsidized sugar from Brazil and elsewhere from flooding the U.S. market and displacing domestic pro-

duction. That provision is under fire from candy executives, despite the fact that U.S. sugar prices are currently below world prices when transportation is factored in. The Triantis study notes that if sugar policy were to be altered in any significant way, as the confectioners advocate, a large number of jobs supported by the sugar-producing industry would be lost to foreign subsidization. And, he says, there is no evidence that consumers would benefit in the form of lower SCP prices, so there’d be no economic upside. This is not simply a theory; this has been borne out in the European Union, which altered its sugar policy in 2006 in favor of greater import dependence. Since then, 120,000 EU sugar jobs have been lost, and sweetened product prices have risen 20 percent. As Congress debates the farm bill, lawmakers should consider the whole economic story, including the one so many investors missed years ago. Clearly, SCP companies have thrived under the current sugar policy, and without it, we put another vital U.S. industry and our food supply at risk. Editor’s Note: Roney is director of economics and policy analysis for the American Sugar Alliance.

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he first time I met Temple Grandin was when Ken Odde, then chairman of the North Dakota State University animal science department, called to tell me he had invited her to Fargo to meet students in 2004. Would I like to meet her? Wow, yes, I said. I couldn’t believe I’d actually meet Grandin, an internationally known animal scientist who is also known for being mildly autistic. Now 65, and a professor at Colorado State University, she grew up in a well-off family in the East. Her father wanted to commit her to an institution. But she visited an aunt on a Wyoming cattle ranch and fell in love with the cattle industry. She famously noticed that animals handled in a squeeze chute would relax, and she created her own machine for squeezing herself. HBO made an Emmy-award-winning biopic film about her a couple of years ago. In the 1970s, Grandin became a consultant and wrote columns part time for ag magazines not unlike this one. When the livestock industry went into a decline, she went back to school and acquired a doctorate in animal science in Illinois. She wrote books on the topic of proper animal handling. In 1999, McDonald’s hired her to study and recommend handling changes for slaughter plants that provided products for the restaurant chain. Not long ago, she visited the new plant in Aberdeen, S.D., and gave it her assessment. The first time I interviewed Grandin at NDSU, I found that I wasn’t typing notes fast enough to keep up with her. She is a highly efficient speaker — never repeats herself as so many people unconsciously do. “Are you deaf?” Grandin asked me, in a tone I took to be impatient, maybe annoyed. But she just wanted to know if I was trying to read her lips. I tried to type faster. The last time I interviewed Grandin in 2012, she was at NDSU again, this time wearing green and gold in Sheppard Arena. I asked her if she had some of her trademark braided cowgirl shirts in the colors of every college she visited. “No,” she said, turning the sleeve of the shirt that revealed “CSU,” or Colorado State University. The colors were a coincidence. She seemed a bit annoyed, but I don’t think she was. Grandin is pictured in the June 2013 cover of Costco Connection, a magazine for Costco members. Grandin is a consultant when issues arise with the company’s meat suppliers. The magazine’s “Temple Grandin: New solutions from a unique mind” provided some new insights into Grandin’s world: n Half of all cattle in the U.S. and Canada are handled in humane slaughter systems with equipment designed by Grandin. n Students at Colorado State University are sometimes “dumbstruck” that they can enroll in one of her classes, or that she might be an adviser. n Grandin, who famously thinks “in pictures,” to visualize how animals perceive things, had to learn how to figure out how people behave in order to modulate her own behavior accordingly. n One of her satisfactions about the HBO movie, for which she was an adviser, was that they showed real cattle handling and that was good for the public to see. n One of her latest concerns is that she’s seeing “too many kids who are considered mildly autistic come up to me and all they want to talk about is their autism. I’d rather have them talk about their science project or how they are training dogs or that they are in 4-H or they like to write science fiction,” she said. She won’t be defined by a disability.


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sion between a car and a horse in northeast North Dakota. The accident happened about 5 a.m. June 2 on Highway 1 near Lawton. The Highway Patrol says a 1998 Pontiac Grand Am driven by 29-year-old Jack Nesdahl of East Grand Forks, Minn., struck the horse, which had escaped from its pen and was standing on the highway. Authorities say Nesdahl and 16-year-old John Rodriguez of East Grand Forks were transported to a Park River hospital. Rodriguez was treated and released. Nesdahl was moved to a Grand Forks hospital, where he was treated and released.

Kan. wheat farmer sues Monsanto for gross negligence

n WICHITA, Kan. — A Kansas wheat farmer has filed a civil lawsuit against Monsanto alleging gross negligence and other causes of action after press reports of the discovery of unapproved genetically modified wheat in an 80-acre field in Oregon. The farmer seeks compensation for damages caused by the discovery, which sent wheat export futures prices spiraling downward. The case may be the first of many Monsanto faces over alleged wheat contamination. Susman Godfrey, one of the nation’s leading trial firms, along with co-counsel the Murray Law Firm and Goldman Phipps PLLC, filed the case before the Honorable Monti Belot, in the U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas. “Monsanto has failed our nation’s wheat farmers,” says Stephen Susman, Susman Godfrey’s lead attorney on the case. “We believe Monsanto knew of the risks its genetically altered wheat posed and failed to protect farmers and their crops from those risks.” After news broke of the discovery of the unapproved wheat, Japan and South Korea suspended some imports of American wheat, and the European Union, which imports more than 1 million tons of U.S. wheat a year, said it would ensure its “zero tolerance” policy against genetically modified crops was maintained.

Reduced ethanol production met with first RIN drawdown

n A shortfall in ethanol production has led to a drawdown

CANOLA 88% of the U.S. production

in Renewable Identification Numbers for the first time. U.S. ethanol production in the first half of 2012 averaged about 900,000 barrels per day, or an annualized total of 13.8 billion gallons. Widespread drought across corn-producing regions in the Midwest reduced corn harvests, and as a result ethanol production rates began to decrease. Ethanol production in the second half of 2012 fell to an average of 830,000 barrels per day, or an annualized total of about 12.7 billion gallons. After accounting for ethanol exports, which do not provide RINs for Renewable Fuel Standard compliance, this lower ethanol output in the second half of 2012 led to corn ethanol consumption falling an estimated 600 million gallons short of the 13.2 billion gallons expected for the 2012 RFS target. The available bank of corn ethanol RINs was estimated at 2.1 billion gallons after the drawdown for 2012 RFS compliance purposes, while the total supply of all banked RIN classifications (including biomass-based diesel and advanced biofuels) was estimated at 2.7 billion gallons.

Franken presses Vilsack to help alleviate feed shortage in Minn.

n WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., wrote

a letter to U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, asking him to take immediate action to help alleviate the serious feed and forage shortage facing livestock producers in southern Minnesota. In the June 5 letter, Franken requested that Vilsack waive the current prohibition on planting forage and hay crops on prevented-planting acres. Farmers would then be allowed to help replenish the dwindling supply of feed and forage by planting emergency crops on these barren acres now and harvesting it before Nov. 1. Ten Minnesota ag groups joined the effort with their own letter to Vilsack on June 7.

Rogue GMO label found on Kraft Mac & Cheese in Britain

n The case of the labels warning of genetically modified wheat found on Kraft Mac & Cheese boxes in Britain has been solved. The labels, posted on the product’s own Facebook page and picked up by a food blogger, set off a buzz among consumers overseas and in the United States

around the same time that modified wheat was found in a field in Oregon. The problem, it seems, is that Kraft does not use genetically engineered wheat, which is not commercially available, according to a spokeswoman. So the label’s origins perplexed Kraft officials. While the U.S. does not require the labeling of food products containing genetically engineered ingredients, food manufacturers in the European Union must do so, and many big companies reformulate their products using conventional crops to avoid the labeling requirement. Flo Wrightson Cross, a student in north London, was the person who first posted the photo to Facebook, after discovering the GMO label at a Tesco store in Ponders End where she bought the food. Tesco was as baffled by the label as Kraft, indicating that a distributor, Innovative Bites, had slapped on the warning. Innovative Bites did not respond to calls or emails.

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n Horse mistreatment: Authorities in Minnesota’s Otter

Tail County are looking for a couple accused of mistreating horses at their rural property near Vergas. Bill and Penny Fick failed to appear in court on charges of animal mistreatment. Warrants have been issued for their arrests. A third person, 19-year-old Billy Tompkins, is also charged in the case and was arrested May 31. Six horses were found dead at the Ficks property last February and several other horses were found severely malnourished. n Anthrax cattle death: Anthrax has caused the death of a cow in Minnesota’s Pennington County, according to the Minnesota Board of Animal Health. This is the first documented case of the disease in Minnesota since 2008. The cow was found dead on the farm on June 3 and samples were collected and sent to the North Dakota State University Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory in Fargo. The herd had not been vaccinated for the disease and will remain under quarantine for 30 days. Grazing animals are most likely to become infected with the disease after periods of heavy rain, flooding or excavation. Cases usually occur in areas where animals have previously died of anthrax. Anthrax is not spread by animal-to-animal contact.

— Agweek Staff and Wire Reports

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REGIONAL NEWS

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It’s not too early

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Now is the time for livestock produc-

ers to get their animals vaccinated against anthrax. “Conditions this year are conducive to the development of anthrax,” warns Charlie Stoltenow, North Dakota State

University Extension Service veterinarian. Those conditions include the heavy rainfall most of North Dakota is experiencing this spring. Anthrax spores can

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survive in the soil for decades, and rain and flooding can raise the spores to the ground’s surface. When animals graze or consume forage or water contaminated with the spores, they are exposed to the disease. “That is why cattle should be vaccinated before they are turned out onto pasture,” Stoltenow says. “Vaccination is especially important for livestock in areas with a history of anthrax.” While the disease mainly has been reported in northeast, southeast and south-central North Dakota, it has been found in almost every part of the state, according to state animal health officials. Cases of the disease occur in the region almost every year. Livestock in areas where anthrax has been found should be vaccinated about four weeks before the disease usually appears. In North Dakota, that generally is July or August, although cases have occurred as early as March. Herds within six miles of a prior case of anthrax also should be vaccinated, especially in years with wet spring weather or flooding. Because immunity appears to wane after about six months, livestock need to be vaccinated for anthrax annually. “The vaccine is inexpensive and very effective,” Stoltenow says. He recommends producers check with their veterinarian to make sure their livestock’s vaccination schedule is adequate and the vaccination is up to date. If anthrax is detected in a herd, producers should move the herd immediately to a new pasture, away from where dead animals were found to prevent other animals from getting infected, Stoltenow says. During severe outbreak conditions, animals that haven’t been vaccinated and are exposed to anthrax may have to be treated with antibiotics and then vaccinated. Producers thinking about treating with antibiotics should contact their veterinarian because antibiotics decrease the effectiveness of the vaccine, Stoltenow says. Producers also should monitor their herds for unexpected deaths and report those losses to their veterinarian. Because anthrax also is a risk to humans, people should not move a carcass. The carcasses of animals that died from anthrax should be disposed of, preferably through burning, as close to where they died as possible. Any contaminated soil should be piled on top of the carcasses for burning, Stoltenow says.


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COVER STORY

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little of it. Joel Ransom, NDSU Extension cereal grains and corn specialist, says crop prices, not the supply of nitrogen fertilizer, will determine what farmers raise. “The price they get for their crop is what matters,” he says. Bill Zurn, a Callaway, Minn., farmer, also says crop prices will dictate what farmers plant. Franzen discounts a possible connection between cheaper or more plentiful nitrogen and planting decisions. “I don’t see it being manifest in increased acres of corn or wheat or anything like that,” Franzen says. But Swenson says lower fertilizer prices would have some impact on planting decisions, albeit a smaller one than crop prices. “It (nitrogen prices) wouldn’t be the driver on planting decisions. Crop prices are the driver. But you have to factor in input costs, too,” he says. Randy Englund, executive director of the South Dakota Wheat Commission, says he’s uncertain if lower fertilizer prices would encourage farmers to plant more of some crops and less of others. The important thing is that farmers would pay less for fertilizer, he says.

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Agweek ran those estimated savings past Andy Swenson, an NDSU Extension farm management specialist who tracks farm expenses and their impact on profitability. He applied the potential savings to corn and spring wheat, both of which are heavy users of nitrogen. His conclusion: n A reduction of $25 per ton would cut the per-acre cost of planting corn by roughly $4.60 and planting spring wheat by $3.50 in the Red River Valley of eastern North Dakota. A reduction of $100 per ton would cut the per-acre cost of planting corn by $18.50 and the per-acre cost of planting wheat by roughly $14 in the RRV. n In central North Dakota, where nitrogen isn’t used as heavily, the peracre savings would be roughly two-thirds as much as it is in the RRV. n In western North Dakota, where nitrogen use is still more limited, the per-acre savings would be roughly half as much as in the RRV. “Those are just projections, though,” Swenson says. Urea currently costs about $500 per ton.

Yields, nitrogen use

Change in crops ahead?

There’s agreement, however, that cheaper, more plentiful nitrogen wouldn’t cause farmers to use more of it in hopes of raising yields. Crop prices, not fertilizer prices, are the dominant factor in deciding how much fertilizer to use, Franzen says. His website (www.ndsu.edu/pubweb/ soils/wheat) includes a calculator that

The two proposed nitrogen fertilizer plants, if built, also should make nitrogen more plentiful and readily available in the area. There are mixed views on whether that might encourage farmers to plant more acres to crops that use a lot of nitrogen and fewer acres to crops that use relatively

looks at crop prices, fertilizer prices and fertilizer use. Fertilizer use on sugar beets wouldn’t be affected by lower nitrogen prices, says Mike Metzger, research agronomist for Wahpeton, N.D.-based Minn-Dak Farmers Cooperative. Minn-Dak growers use about 120 pounds of nitrogen per acre to maximize quality, and that amount won’t change if nitrogen prices fall, he says. But sugar beet growers would benefit if nitrogen were produced in the area, he says. “Having it produced locally means cheaper, which of course helps our guys’ bottom line,” Metzger says.

Big deal in the region It’s difficult to overstate the importance of nitrogen fertilizer to U.S. agriculture. As a 2011 publication of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Economic Research Service puts it, “Nitrogen is the single most important input a farmer can control to increase crop yields on nonirrigated fields.” Nitrogen, phosphate and potash, sometimes known as the “the big three,” are all essential to plant growth. The use of nitrogen fertilizer, in particular, has increased because the yields of some seed varieties improve when it’s applied, according to the Economic Research Service. In 2010, the U.S. used about 12.3 million tons of nitrogen, 4 million tons of phosphate and 4.5 million tons of potash, according to the ERS. The U.S. both imports and exports nitrogen, though on balance is a big importer, according to The Fertilizer Institute, a Washington, D.C.-based trade group. U.S. nitrogen production has slipped

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wo organizations are proposing to build nitrogen fertilizer plants in North Dakota. Northern Plains Nitrogen announced last month that it hopes to build a $1.5 billion facility near the northeast North Dakota city of Grand Forks. Last summer, the North Dakota Corn Growers Association said it would like to build such a plant. The group is involved with the proposed Grand Forks plant. In the other proposal,

CHS, working with the North Dakota Farmers Union, hopes to build a $1.4 billion nitrogen fertilizer plant in the south-central North Dakota city of Spiritwood. Although the two proposals are separate, they have some things in common. Both plants would use flared gas from oil production in western North Dakota. And both would make three types of fertilizer: anhydrous ammonia, urea and UAN liquid fertilizer.

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in the past decade, so nitrogen imports have been increasingly important. Imports accounted for 50 percent of U.S. consumption in 2011, up from only 19 percent in 2002. The biggest supplier of imported nitrogen is Trinidad, an island nation in the Caribbean. Most of the imported nitrogen used in the Upper Midwest is shipped up the Mississippi River on barges, which adds expense and uncertainty to the region’s nitrogen supplies.

‘Change the complexion’ The ERS has no research into the connection, if any, between new nitrogen plants and lower prices, says Wenyuan Huang, an ERS agricultural economist who studies fertilizer use and prices. But he thinks more plants and more production “favor lower nitrogen prices for U.S. farmers,” he says, adding that his views don’t necessarily reflect those of USDA. He notes that U.S. ammonia is relatively cheap to produce because of relatively low natural gas prices here. It’s possible, then, that U.S. ammonia producers may begin increasing ammonia exports because they can receive a higher price on global markets than at home, he says. “Consequently, the price paid by (U.S.) farmers may not reflect the relatively low production cost,” he says. Nonetheless, building one or both of the proposed North Dakota nitrogen plants would eliminate the expense of transporting nitrogen up the Mississippi, officials say. “Having nitrogen produced in the interior would really change the complexion of where our nitrogen comes from,” Franzen says. “I encourage producers to start planning for that,” he says.

Proposals are separate, but have similarities

Following is a short description of each type. Urea: A dry material with a relatively high percentage of nitrogen, about 45 to 46 percent. It is a relatively cheap per-unit source of nitrogen, and a relatively safe and easy-touse source. It’s now the most commonly used type of nitrogen in the region. Anhydrous ammonia: A liquid with the highest percentage of nitrogen (82 percent) of all nitrogen fertilizers. It is one of the cheapest per-unit sources of nitrogen. Safety and

convenience issues, however, have reduced its popularity. UAN (Urea ammonium nitrate): A combination, in liquid form, of urea and ammonium nitrate; 28 to 32 percent nitrogen. Benefits include ease of storage, handling and application. It is less common on the Northern Plains than urea and anhydrous, but its popularity is expected to grow, in part because of rising interest in “side-dressing” row crops. Side-dressing means applying fertilizer between rows.


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‘It’s a blessing the water came, but it’d be a blessing if it’d quit, too’ n

By Mikkel Pates

Agweek Staff Writer

Rains have hampered planting progress for much of the region, but most of the farmers and ranchers in central North Dakota say it took excess moisture to break the drought that they’d expected. Farmers and ranchers on a recent Agweek CropStop tour were largely upbeat about the moisture, even though it has slowed them down. BISMARCK, N.D. — Bill MacDonald says the winter was mild — average temperature, but short snowfall — at the ranch, just south of Bismarck. The MacDonalds’ main business is Saler cattle. “We never fed cattle MacDonald hay until about Jan. 5 — had ‘em on corn stalks until then,” he says. “I’m glad our spring (precipitation) came in the form of rain instead of snow in March.” The family had a successful sale March 12, selling 140 bulls, with the best average ever. MacDonald says he was pleasantly surprised, considering a threatening drought and the lackluster cattle market since Jan. 1. MacDonald, his wife, Linda, and his son, Will, raise crops on about 1,100 acres, including two center pivot irrigation units, covering about 340 acres. The irrigated land offers less risk. One of the pivots is alfalfa and the other is corn, which was planted by May 13. “I won’t plant anything a cow can’t eat,” Bill MacDonald says. “We don’t raise sunflowers. I don’t have the equipment, and I’d only plant 150 to 200 acres — you can’t afford it. “You plant a day and you wait about five days, if it rains,” MacDonald says. “I’m not complaining about rain. That’s something I don’t do and won’t do. We have grass and we would have had no grass if it hadn’t rained.” The ranch received 8 inches in the last half of May, he says. “Sometimes we

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don’t get that the whole year,” he says. The family got about half its expected corn acres planted. “We raise some small grain — oats, for feed,” he says. “We’re going to plant silage corn last. That way, it’ll work because it doesn’t have to mature and be ready to put into a grain bin.” He thinks there may be two fields, totaling 75 acres, that might not get planted. But MacDonald is steadfast in not complaining about rain. “As far as I’m concerned, it’s a sin to complain about rain because God sends it to us,” he says. “We don’t have any control over it, and I’m always thankful to get it. You have more with (rain) than you ever have without.”

A life-giving rain

BISMARCK, N.D. — Jim Irvine, astride “Hiccup,” and his friend Jenn Mickelson of Mandan, N.D., on “Mia” on June 1 were taking a quick horse ride into pastures where bulls had been put in with cows, about 15 miles southeast of Bismarck, N.D. Mickelson works parttime at Interstate Veterinary Clinic in Mandan and part-time at the Irvine ranch. “Exercising some of these fat horses that haven’t gotten rode for awhile,” Irvine explains to a passer-by. Irvine, 59, acknowledged his mood is a lot better than it had been in early May, before nearly 8 inches of rain had fallen. Irvine had been very worried about drought. “We had less than 100 bales left,” he says, so if it hadn’t rained, he’d have had to cut back the herd. “We were going to be out of grass and hay.” And now? Abundant rain has given the ranch a new lease on life. “Every-

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G Jim Irvine, astride “Hiccup,” and part-time ranch worker Jenn Mickelson of Mandan on “Mia” take a quick horse ride June 1. body’s talking about, ‘Maybe, shut it off,’” Irvine says. “But it’s going to give us a good first cutting of alfalfa. It’ll start a second cutting. It’s going to happen here in the next couple of weeks — this hay cutting deal. It’s going to start.” Irvine’s cow-calf operation has Angus cross cows with Simmental cross bulls.

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He has about 200 cows. His brother, Richard, has some cattle at Jim’s ranch, but also has others elsewhere. Irvine says the ranch had good luck calving this spring, but acknowledges spring was a long time coming. “We didn’t lose a lot of calves, really, like some did. We calve a little early and we have barns to take care of them,” he says. “You still fight a few sick calves. But we were able to treat them.” Irvine usually raises some oats for feed, but that will probably change to millet because of the lateness. He also plants some Sudan grass for silage. “I’m not a real good farmer to begin with and I’ve just kind of got behind,” he says, with a chuckle. “We got cattle out to pasture and about (May 28) was the first day I didn’t have to feed anything here.” That was a good feeling.

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HAZELTON, N.D. — Colby Nordstrom works for Central Dakota Frontier Co-op in Hazelton, N.D. The co-op, based in Napoleon with locations in Hazelton, Wishek, Steele and New Salem in North Dakota, Nordstrom normally covers a lot of acres, but the rain had slowed things down as of June 1. “I couldn’t even tell you what day it is now,” Nordstrom jokes. The frenzied EXTREMES: See Page 16


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REGIONAL NEWS SDSU develops tests for Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus

n BROOKINGS, S.D. — The Animal Disease

Research and Diagnostic Laboratory at South Dakota State University has developed tests to detect Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus in pigs. In recent weeks, swine herds in several Midwest states have experienced signs of illness attributed to this emerging virus. Until now, PEDV had not previously been detected in the U.S. This virus causes diarrhea and dehydration in pigs of all ages, but is most severe in baby pigs. In this age group, mortality has been reported to be as high as 40 percent in some herds. Diagnostic lab scientists at the ADRDL, working together with other Midwest diagnostic laboratories, have developed a molecular test that detects the presence of PEDV in stool samples or tissues from affected pigs. The test can be run in conjunction with a molecular test that detects Transmissible Gastroenteritis Virus, which is a closely related but separate virus that can cause many of the same signs in swine herds. Swine producers who detect signs of diarrhea in their herds should contact their veterinarian to coordinate sample submission for PEDV testing. Once the samples are received at the ADRDL, results generally are available the next working day. The results can be accessed by the veterinarian 24 hours a day through the ADRDL’s secure, password-protected web reporting site. SDSU scientists are working on this emerging disease threat from many different angles, which will eventually mean the development of additional diagnostic techniques that will help swine producers more rapidly and more conveniently detect the spread of the virus through their herds. These additional tests will include blood tests to detect exposure to the virus, as well as methods to “fingerprint” individual virus isolates. Information about PEDV is rapidly changing. Swine producers who suspect the presence of the virus in their herd should contact their veterinarian for information about treatment and methods to limit the spread of the virus between groups on the farm and between farms.

RLND seeking participants

n There is time to apply to participate in the

North Dakota State University Extension Service’s next Rural Leadership North Dakota class, which begins in November. This program is for anyone who wants to improve his or her organization, business, farm or ranch operation, or community. The application deadline is June 15. The 18-month leadership development program includes in-state seminars with experts; tours of agricultural and community businesses; out-of-state trips (Washington, D.C., and Minneapolis in 2014) to meet with agricultural, business and government leaders; and a trip to another country (destination to be determined) to learn about international agricultural and community issues. Participants learn leadership skills, such as thinking critically and creatively, communicating effectively and managing conflict. They also learn about agricultural and rural policy, the agricultural economy and future trends that could affect North Dakota, finding innovative ways to fund local and regional development projects, marketing, civic engagement, the value of coalitions and partnerships, industry and community advocacy, and how to work with the state Legislature. Participants also find a way to use the skills they’ve learned to improve their operation, business, organization, community or region. The tuition for the RLND program is $3,750. That covers all meals, hotels and travel expenses such as buses during in-state seminars and airfare to

out-of-state seminars. Participants are responsible for their travel costs to in-state seminars and points of departure for out-ofstate seminars. Applicants must have been a state resident for at least a year and be able to attend all of the seminars. Information: www.ag.ndsu.edu/rlnd, email ndsu.ruralleadership@ndsu.edu or call 701-231-5803.

will be open from 4 to 7 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays, July 8 through Oct. 3 in the parking lot at South Elmwood Park, 500 13th Ave. W. Booth spaces are $15 per day, and the market is open to area produce growers, other agriculture products and home crafters. Information: 701-433-4350. n Preventing anthrax: North Dakota’s state veterinarian is urging livestock producers in areas with a past history of anthrax to take action to protect their animals from the disease. “A case of anthrax in an unvaccinated beef cow has been confirmed in Hettinger

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n Seeking vendors: The West Fargo Park

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County near the Adams County line, the first confirmed case in the state this year,” says Dr. Susan Keller. “Producers should consult with their veterinarians to make sure the vaccination schedule for their animals is up to date.” Keller says effective anthrax vaccines are readily available, but that it takes about a week for immunity to be established, and it must administered annually. She also says producers should monitor their herds for unexpected deaths and report them to their veterinarians.

— Agweek Wire Reports

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N O R T H & S O U T H D A K O TA Q U A L I T Y U S E D E Q U I P M E N T

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‘05 LX 570R 1788E/1190S HRS MA11506$125,000

‘04 CIH RBX562 MA12331...............$12,500

‘10 HA PS6015 MA15964..............$189,000

AIR SEEDERS

APPLICATION CONT.

COMBINES CONT.

‘99 BG 5710 MA15232 ................................ $43,000 ‘05 BG 5710 MD12714 ................................ $82,000 ‘97 BG 8800 MB12350 ................................ $22,000 ‘09 CIH FLXHOE 700 MA12705 ........... $132,000 ‘09 CIH FLXHOE 700 MA12706 ........... $132,000 ‘97 CIH 4010 MK002714 ............................. $30,000 CO CONCORD MB09362 .......................... $42,000 CO 3310 MD11572 ........................................ $24,000 CO 4010 MA12150 ........................................ $33,000 CO 4812 MJ002592 ...................................... $25,000 FX 5000 MB12694 ......................................... $36,000 ‘01 HA CART500 MA09640 ...................... $44,000 ‘04 HA PS40 MA13006 ............................ $138,000 ‘01 HA PS6015 MA09638 .......................... $69,500 ‘03 HA PS6015 MB12695 ....................... $139,000 ‘06 HA PS6015 MA15948 ....................... $175,000 ‘06 HA PS6015 MD08460 ....................... $185,000 ‘07 HA PS6015 MA12703 ....................... $178,000 ‘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 ‘06 JD 1895 MJ002983 ............................ $140,000 ‘06 JD 1895 MJ002982 ............................ $145,000 ‘05 MO MAXIM MD10344 ....................... $75,000 ‘05 NH SD440 MA12704 ........................... $90,000 ‘12 AM 50 MA15968 ................................. $215,000

APPLICATION

‘10 CIH 4020 1606 HRS MA15011 ............ $175,000 ‘06 CIH 4410 2067 HRS MA12386 ............ $138,000 ‘07 CIH 4410 2735 HRS MA15064 ............ $128,000 ‘08 CIH 4420 3289 HRS MJ002960 .......... $148,000 ‘12 JD 4730 19 HRS MA15925 ................. $240,000 ‘09 JD 4830 1621 HRS MJ002932 ............ $187,500 ‘06 JD 4920 3368 HRS MJ002962 ............ $130,000 ‘09 JD 4930 470 HRS MA11985 ............... $249,000 ‘94 LO MAGNUM CI 39912 HRS MB09448 $21,000 ‘07 LO 6400 25631 HRS MJ003019 ............. $91,250 ‘04 RG AIRMAX 180 MB11984 .............. $26,500 ‘07 RG SSC1074 2298 HRS MA15883 .... $142,000 ‘09 RG SSC1084 1803 HRS MB15868 .... $159,000 ‘07 RG SS1074 2556 HRS MA15248 ....... $136,000 ‘05 RG 1074 3497 HRS MA11080 ............. $102,000 ‘05 RG 1074 2945 HRS MJ002880 ............... $76,000 ‘05 RG 1074 3268 HRS MA16386 ................ $96,000 ‘06 RG 1074 3212 HRS MB15062 ............. $106,000 ‘07 RG 1074SS 1686 HRS MA15888 ....... $132,000 ‘09 RG 1084 3195 HRS MA15872 ............. $148,000 ‘09 RG 1084SS 1825 HRS MA15868* ..... $157,000 ‘11 RG 1194 1490 HRS MA15057 ............. $195,000 ‘11 RG 1194 629 HRS MA15251 ............... $215,000 ‘01 RG 1254 4601 HRS MA15068 ................ $68,000 ‘02 RG 1254 3310 HRS MB15065 ................ $78,000 ‘04 RG 1264 2840 HRS MA15887 ................ $96,000

‘06 RG 1274C 2768 HRS MJ002965 ......... $110,000 ‘07 RG 1274C 3648 HRS MA15875 .......... $106,000 ‘07 RG 1286C 2694 HRS MA11984 .......... $140,000 ‘08 RG 1286C 6511 HRS MJ002959 ......... $142,000 ‘08 RG 1286C 2821 HRS MJ002899 ......... $155,000 ‘09 RG 1286C 1377 HRS MJ002896 ......... $190,000 ‘10 RG 1386 810 HRS MA11983 ............... $239,000 ‘10 RG 1386 1718 HRS MJ002897 ............ $195,000 ‘10 RG 1386 1206 HRS MJ002900 ............ $220,000 ‘10 RG 1386 2006 HRS MJ002902 ............ $195,000 ‘11 RG 1396 1956 HRS MA15871 ............. $210,000 RG 544 3986 HRS MB16269 .......................... $26,000 ‘97 RG 854 3895 HRS MB15873 ................... $49,000 ‘01 RG 854 4522 HRS MA15066 ................... $67,000 ‘01 RG 854 4996 HRS MA15250 ................... $59,000 ‘01 RG 854 4866 HRS MB15250 ................... $59,000 ‘96 TG 1803 4354 HRS MB15920 ................. $25,000 ‘96 TG 1903 5715 HRS MJ002838 ............... $28,000 ‘98 TG 1903 3674 HRS MA15542 ................ $60,000 ‘98 TG 8103 4681 HRS MJ002929 ............... $38,000 ‘99 TG 8103 5207 HRS MJ002874 ............... $42,000 ‘99 TG 8103 3289 HRS MJ003014 ............... $68,000 ‘03 TG 8103 4209 HRS MJ002956 ............... $74,000 ‘05 TG 8103 3102 HRS MJ002614 ............ $105,000 ‘00 TG 8104 2741 HRS MA15041 ................ $65,000 ‘04 TG 8104 3716 HRS MJ002730 ............... $99,000 ‘04 TG 8104 4353 HRS MJ002881 ............... $78,000 ‘05 TG 8144 3701 HRS MA15021 ............. $102,000 ‘10 TG 8204 2429 HRS MA15870 ............. $215,000 ‘13 TG 8400P2 246 HRS MA15012 ..................CALL ‘10 TG 8203 1342 HRS MA13097 ............. $195,000 TM BLU-JET MJ002981 .............................. $4,000 ‘11 HI NAV 4000 MA15061 ...................... $32,000 ‘04 HG 2101 4010 HRS MA15920 ................ $54,000

COMBINES

‘00 CAT LEX 470 3810E/2462S HRS MA10693 $49,000 ‘01 CAT LEX 470 2183E/1600S HRS MB13523$51,000 ‘01 CAT LEX 470 2912E/2396S HRS MB07950$36,000 ‘01 CAT LEX 480 2488E/2314S HRS MB08724$57,250 ‘01 CAT LEX 480 3631E/3109S HRS MB08737$47,500 ‘98 CAT LEX 485 4241 HRS MB08732 ....... $57,250 ‘00 CAT 470 1965E/1433S HRS MC08670 ... $49,000 ‘05 CH 670 1883E/1210S HRS MJ002955 $130,000 ‘91 CIH 1660 3657 HRS MB07307 ............... $13,500 ‘95 CIH 2188 3250E/2388S HRS MC08401 . $62,500 ‘99 CIH 2388 3818E/2950S HRS MC10827 . $56,000 ‘01 CIH 2388 3449E/2539S HRS MB15672 . $81,500 ‘01 CIH 2388 3748E/2880S HRS MA13510 . $65,000 ‘02 CIH 2388 3627E/2685S HRS MB10721 . $93,000 ‘04 CIH 2388 2687E/2022S HRS MB10740 . $95,000 ‘07 CIH 2588 2032E/1714S HRS MA10691 $149,000 ‘09 CIH 7120 2718E/2297S HRS MB10831 $155,000 ‘09 CIH 7120 2670E/2193S HRS MB10723 $152,000 ‘05 CIH 8010 1342 HRS MK002404 .......... $136,000 ‘92 GN R62 3960E/2880S HRS MA12979 .... $27,000 ‘95 GN R62 3507E/2533S HRS MF06436 .... $37,000 ‘95 GN R62 2548E/2132S HRS MA12980 .... $49,000 ‘99 GN R62 2803E/2164S HRS MA11182 .... $55,000

‘00 GN R62 3333E/2750S HRS MA12397 .... $67,000 ‘03 GN R65 1617E/1060S HRS MA10800 . $120,000 ‘04 GN R65 2641E/1857S HRS MA13370 . $105,000 ‘06 GN R65 1851E/1084S HRS MA10732 . $140,650 ‘08 GN R65 1387E/1065S HRS MA12982 . $162,000 ‘09 GN R66 2049E/1450S HRS MA13360 . $163,950 ‘09 GN R66 499E/360S HRS MA11181 ..... $200,000 ‘10 GN R66 263E/187S HRS MA11183 ..... $216,000 ‘89 GN R70 2191E/1705S HRS MB10797 .... $24,250 GN R72 2638E/1957S HRS MC10468 ........... $47,600 ‘93 GN R72 3700E/2519S HRS MC07941 .... $36,000 ‘94 GN R72 3471E/2488S HRS MB10731 .... $39,000 ‘94 GN R72 3788E/1642S HRS MB10297 .... $47,550 ‘95 GN R72 3305E/2498S HRS ML002811 .. $41,000 ‘98 GN R72 3455E/2559S HRS MA16073 .... $65,000 ‘04 GN R75 1001E/850S HRS MK002812 . $140,000 ‘06 GN R75 1467E/1121S HRS MA11180 . $160,000 ‘06 GN R75 1792E/1357S HRS MA16127 . $156,000 ‘11 GN S77 SPR 324E/230S HRS MA12987 $272,000 JD 8820 MC13734 ........................................ $12,000 ‘86 JD 8820 5006 HRS MC10838 ................. $11,700 ‘90 JD 9600 5345E/3351S HRS MA08735 ... $28,000 ‘92 JD 9600 6155E/4244S HRS MB08362 ... $26,000 ‘94 JD 9600 5910E/3849S HRS MB08735 ... $37,000 ‘96 JD 9600 6023E/4119S HRS MK002436 . $29,000 ‘98 JD 9610 5100 HRS MA10829 ................ $55,000 ‘00 JD 9650 3724E/2701S HRS MB11514 ... $84,000 ‘03 JD 9650STS 3305 HRS MB13734 ........ $87,000 ‘05 JD 9660STS 1409E/881S HRS MB11032$137,750 ‘01 JD 9750 2966E/2230S HRS MA08037 $105,750 ‘01 JD 9750 4043E/2812S HRS MB11503 ... $80,000 ‘01 JD 9750STS 3645E/2521S HRS MA09284$92,000 ‘01 JD 9750STS 3597E/2451S HRS MA11329$89,000 ‘05 JD 9760 2121E/1479S HRS MA10821 ..... $150,350 ‘04 JD 9760STS 1927E/1382S HRS MB08782$130,000 ‘06 JD 9760STS 1837E/1263S HRS MA11517$135,000 ‘02 LX 470R 2508E/1820S HRS MB08171 ... $65,600 ‘03 LX 470R 2909 HRS MA08170 ................ $54,000 ‘02 LX 480R 2182E/1335S HRS MK002111 . $86,000 ‘06 LX 560R 1107E/596S HRS MB08888 .. $159,000 ‘05 LX 570R 1788E/1190S HRS MA11506 $125,000 ‘05 LX 570R 2087E/1475S HRS MA08772 $105,000 ‘06 LX 570R 1693E/1149S HRS MA11806 $145,000 ‘06 LX 570R 1816E/1164S HRS MA11515 $138,000 ‘08 LX 570R 1363 HRS MA11513 ............. $168,000 ‘05 LX 575R 1586E/1117S HRS MB10832 $160,000 ‘08 LX 575R 1626E/1064S HRS MA11031 $202,750 ‘09 LX 575R 566E/369S HRS MA10722 .... $236,500 ‘10 LX 575R 905E/655S HRS MA11516 .... $259,000 ‘05 LX 580R 2175E/1509S HRS MA09160 $137,000 ‘06 LX 580R 1525E/1056S HRS MA11512 $165,000 ‘07 LX 580R 1050E/676S HRS MA13522 .. $194,000 ‘07 LX 580R 1364E/863S HRS MA11046 .. $183,000 ‘07 LX 580R 1618E/1219S HRS MA08739 $164,000 ‘05 LX 585R 1974E/1236S HRS MA10684 $163,900 ‘05 LX 585R 3000E/1390S HRS MA10692 $167,000 ‘05 LX 585R 1685E/385S HRS MJ002813 $169,000 ‘05 LX 585R 1416E/955S HRS MA10833 .. $173,700

‘11 RG 1396 1956 HRS MA15871..$210,000

COMBINES CONT.

‘06 LX 585R 2360 HRS MA11033 ............. $171,000 ‘07 LX 585R 1776E/1205S HRS MA11508 $216,000 ‘10 LX 585R 564E/377S HRS MA11034 .... $270,700 ‘10 LX 585R 547E/325S HRS MA13511 .... $295,000 ‘09 LX 590R 934E/578S HRS MA15992 .... $228,000 ‘09 LX 590R 906E/568S HRS MA15991 .... $228,000 ‘09 LX 590R 308 HRS MJ002384 .............. $275,000 ‘09 LX 595R 785E/583S HRS MA11505 .... $276,500 ‘09 LX 595R 983E/699S HRS MA12112 .... $275,000 ‘09 LX 595R 1265E/800S HRS MB15041 .. $265,000 ‘10 LX 595R 254E/138S HRS MA15988 .... $299,000 ‘10 LX 750 TT 749E/476S HRS MA11511 $347,000 ‘11 LX 750TTH 739E/552S HRS MA13521 $325,000 ‘12 LX 750TTH 508E/331S HRS MA16276 $360,000 ‘11 LX 760 297E/191S HRS MA11507 ....... $340,000 ‘11 LX 760 386 HRS MA16264 ................... $330,000 ‘11 LX 770 TT 283E/186S HRS MA15982 $440,000 ‘86 NH TR96 5100 HRS MXA20371 ............ $12,000

GRAIN CARTS

‘04 BZ 1250 MA09963 ................................ $49,000 ‘08 BZ 1250 GRAIN MA09878 ................ $59,000 KZ 1040 MB09876 ........................................ $19,000 ‘98 KZ 840 MA09873 ................................... $25,000 ‘10 UN 3750 MA11903 ............................... $29,000 ‘01 UN 8000 MA09962 ............................... $19,000

HAY EQUIPMENT

‘03 CH RB56 MB10510 ................................ $9,500 ‘04 CH RB56 MA12348 .............................. $13,500 ‘05 CH RB56 MESH MA12340 ............. $12,000 ‘11 CH RB56CA MA12334 ....................... $33,750 ‘11 CH RB56CA MA12342 ....................... $33,750 ‘11 CH RB56CA MA12341 ....................... $33,750 ‘11 CH RB56CA MA12258 ....................... $34,000 ‘11 CH RB56CA MA12349 ....................... $32,000 ‘04 CIH RBX562 MA12331 ...................... $12,500 ‘06 CIH RBX563 MA10507 ...................... $16,500 ‘10 CIH WD2303 MA12840 ..................... $95,000 ‘10 CIH WD2303 MJ002740 .................... $95,000 ‘05 HS 814 MA12354 .................................... $8,000 ‘94 JD 535 MB10504 .................................... $7,900 ‘04 JD 567 MA13217 .................................. $14,500 ‘99 JD 945 MA12363 .................................. $11,000 ‘09 NH BR7090 MA10514 ........................ $24,000 ‘11 NH BR7090 MA12344 ........................ $35,500 ‘06 NH BR780A MA10533 ....................... $12,000 ‘09 NH H7150 MA12444 ........................... $23,900 NH 1475 MB10530 ...................................... $10,000 ‘00 NH 1475 MM002714 ............................ $14,000 ‘01 NH 1475T MA13044 .............................. $9,000

MISC

‘08 CL JAG 900 2846E/2088S HRS MJ002716.$159,000 ‘08 CL JAG 900 3045E/2363S HRS MJ002715.$142,000 ‘09 IC 1632 MB13264 ................................. $16,500 MV HEADER TRL MA11159 ..................... $7,000 REM 2500 MA10816 ..................................... $8,000

PLANTERS

CIH CYCLO 900 MC11781 ......................... $8,000 ‘02 CIH 1200 MA11801 .............................. $87,000

ABERDEEN, SD | BISMARCK, ND | DICKINSON, ND | FARGO, ND | GRAND FORKS, ND | HANKINSON, ND | HOOPLE, ND | HURON, SD | JAMESTOWN, ND


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‘04 GN R65 2641E/1857S HRS MA13370..$105,000

‘04 BZ 1250 MA09963........................$49,000

‘06 CIH 1200 MA15205 .............................. $63,000 ‘97 CIH 5400 MB15231 .............................. $12,500 ‘08 GP YP2425 MA15655 ......................... $88,000 ‘05 JD 1520 MA15195 ............................... $17,500 JD 1770NT MB15208 ................................. $32,000 ‘08 JD 1770NT MA15552 ...................... $108,000 ‘09 JD 1770NT MB15552 ...................... $115,000 ‘96 JD 1780 MXA26868 ............................. $34,000 ‘04 JD 1790 MB15490 ................................ $92,000 JD 7000 MC15195 ......................................... $8,500 WP 5100 MB07890 ....................................... $9,500 ‘97 WP 6100 MB11803 .............................. $23,000 WP 6180 MA15217 ..................................... $21,000 ‘96 WP 6180 MB11781 .............................. $24,000 ‘97 WP 6180 MB15551 .............................. $14,000 ‘06 WP 8524 MA15193 .............................. $87,000 ‘09 WP 8524-30CFS MA15209 .............. $85,000 ‘09 WP 8824 MA15202 ........................... $114,000 ‘12 WP 8824-24R30 MA15652 ............ $159,000

‘11 CA SV300 1424 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 ‘08 CA 450 482 HRS MA15849 .................... $27,000 ‘10 JD 323DT 360 HRS MA15813 .............. $35,000 ‘06 JD 328 4680 HRS MA15836 .................. $24,500 ‘07 NH C185 615 HRS MA17084 .................... CALL ‘12 NH L230 29 HRS MA15839 ................... $42,500

PLANTERS CONT.

SSL & TRACK MACHINES

‘99 CAT 226 4118 HRS MB16250 ............... $10,500 ‘11 CAT 226B3 267 HRS MA13651 ........... $32,500 ‘06 CAT 236B 5265 HRS MA10954 ............ $15,500 ‘11 CAT 236B3 154 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 ‘12 CAT 242B3 79 HRS MA13932 ............. $39,000 ‘99 CAT 246 MB13310 ............................... $15,000 ‘03 CAT 246 3839 HRS MA12522 ............... $21,000 ‘10 CAT 246C 214 HRS MA12521 .............. $39,500 ‘11 CAT 246C 33 HRS MC13188 ................ $42,000 ‘12 CAT 246CQ 609 HRS MA13849 ........... $44,000 ‘10 CAT 256C 219 HRS MA12579 .............. $36,250 ‘08 CAT 257B2 984 HRS MA15758 ........... $32,500 ‘07 CAT 262B 1286 HRS MA15841 ............ $25,500 ‘10 CAT 262C 241 HRS MA13490 .............. $45,000 ‘10 CAT 262C 301 HRS MA13955 .............. $42,500 ‘10 CAT 262C 321 HRS MA12728 .............. $38,500 ‘11 CAT 262C 489 HRS MA13686 .............. $45,000 ‘12 CAT 262C2 91 HRS MA15838 .............. $48,500 ‘07 CAT 272C 1228 HRS MA11462 ............ $37,500 ‘09 CAT 272C 1589 HRS MA13312 ............ $39,000 ‘10 CAT 272C 294 HRS MA13212 .............. $45,000 ‘12 CAT 279C 135 HRS MA15823 .............. $53,000 ‘11 CAT 287C 1130 HRS MA11122 ............ $49,500 ‘11 CAT 289C 571 HRS MA12862 .............. $61,000 ‘08 CAT 297C 2077 HRS MA13219 ............ $35,000 ‘09 CAT 299C 1339 HRS MA12512 ............ $56,250 ‘09 CAT 299C 1829 HRS MA12510 ............ $46,000 ‘09 CAT 299C 1720 HRS MA12514 ............ $48,000 ‘11 CAT 299C 704 HRS MA13432 .............. $69,500 ‘11 BOB S205 563 HRS MA13821 ............. $37,500 ‘06 BOB S300 4089 HRS MA15863 ........... $19,000 ‘06 BOB T190 1863 HRS MA15775 ........... $27,500 ‘97 BOB 873 1940 HRS MA16482 .............. $16,500

SSL & TRACK MACHINES CONT.

TILLAGE

‘01 CIH TIGERMATE MA12819 ............. $37,000 CIH 330 TURBO MB13791 ...................... $47,000 HA JKR RT270 MJ003031 ........................... CALL ‘11 HA JOKERRT270 MA16103 ............ $58,500 ‘12 HA JOKERRT370 MA16152 ................ CALL ‘12 HA JOKERRT370 MA16151 ................ CALL IH 496 MA15914 ............................................. $9,300 ‘01 JD 2400 MA15737 ............................... $34,000 ‘04 JD 2700 MB16236 ................................ $22,500 SN G4-27 MA16229 ..................................... $8,750 ‘09 SN SF1435-36 MA15936 .................. $45,000 ‘11 SN SF1435-36 MA16020 .................. $53,000 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 ‘03 SN 1434-36 MA15940 ........................ $36,000 SR SUPER COLT MA12827 ..................... $62,000 SR SUPER COLT MA12825 ..................... $35,000 ‘11 SR SUPER COLT MA16388 ............. $45,000 ‘01 WS 842NT 26’ MA16017 ................. $34,000 ‘00 GA MAGNUM MA09522 ................. $25,000 ‘06 GA MAGNUM CLT MA15483 ........ $33,000 ‘01 PX PHOENIX MJ002978 ..................... $6,250 YE ROTARY HOE MJ002979 .................... $8,500 LA 6230-30 MA12818 ................................ $39,000 LA 876 MA13178 .......................................... $35,000

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‘11 CH MT665C 1115 HRS MA15486... $190,000

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Walk the Earth on Father’s Day

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By Mikkel Pates

Agweek Staff Writers

Fred Kirschenmann, a native of Medina, N.D., is described by some as the “Father of Sustainability” for American agriculture. An organic agriculture proponent and pioneer. Kirschenmann also produces for the “biodynamic” market, which is a subset of the organic world. He established Farm Verified Organic in 1979, one of the early thirdparty certification services for organic products. In 1998, he formed International Certification Services, which certify organic and other agricultural practices in the U.S. and other countries. Later, he helped establish the Foundation for Agricultural and Rural Resource Management and Sustainability, a nonprofit educational group based in Medina with FVO and ICS.

During a special Father’s Day event dubbed “Day on the Prairie,” FARRMS will host a film viewing and tours of area organic farms, beginning at 1 p.m. at the FARRMS home office, 301 Fifth Ave. SE, in Medina. Kirschenmann Tickets for the Father’s Day event are $100 for the first person and $50 each for additional members of a family or company. FARRMS is offering a Father’s Day ticket price. Bring your father and up to three family members for $150. Kirschenmann will host Deborah Koons Garcia, a film producer and widow of Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead, who died in August 1995. In a separate event, held two days later in Fargo, Koons Garcia will premiere her movie, “Symphony of the Soil: Discover the World Beneath Your Feet.” Symphony of the Soil is described as a feature film project, including various related short films called a “Sonata of Soils,” involving topics such as dry farming, nitrogen, the transition movement, biodynamic farming, composting, soil and water relationships and carbon sequestration.

Kirschenmann holds a doctorate in philosophy from the University of Chicago. He is a distinguished fellow from the Iowa State University’s (Aldo) Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture. He is the president of Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture in New York, which educates urban farmers. At the event, FARRMS will unveil a new “donor wall,” featuring glass art designed by Renee Knight. There will be a showing of “My Father’s Garden,” a film done in the 1990s about when Kirschenmann returned to the farm and converted all of its 3,500 acres to organic farming. Tour-goers will depart by carpool from the center, and Kirschenmann will give a Father’s Day organic soil tour at his farm. From there, the group will depart on a second tour and gather for a social at 5 p.m. and a meal at Fred’s daughter, Annie Kirschenmann’s rural home near Windsor, N.D. Event-goers will dine on locally grown vegetables and grass-fed, local organic beef. The event ends at about 7 p.m. The schedule for June 18 events in Fargo: n 9 a.m. — Soil discussions, at Loftsard Hall at North Dakota State Univer-

sity, that is free and open to the public. n 1:30 p.m. — Field tour at Probstfield Farm field, Moorhead, Minn. That is at 4626 Oakport St., N., Moorhead, also free. n 4 p.m. — Gala with Kirschenmann and Koons Garcia at the Hotel Donaldson in Fargo. This event is $100 per person with soft drinks and hors d’oeuvres. n 7 p.m. — Garcia’s movie will play at the Fargo Theater, with tickets $15 and $8 for children under 12. There will be a discussion afterward, led by Greg Carlson, film instructor at Concordia College. In 2004, Garcia wrote and directed “The Future of Food,” documentary about genetically modified food in North America, generally opposing patenting of living organisms and describing the disappearance of traditional cultural practices. “Rotten Tomatoes” by Flixter, describes that movie as “one-sided but revelatory.” Proceeds benefit FARRMS education programs. Call 701-486-3569 for information, email info@farrms.org or go to www.farrms.org to purchase tickets. For information on the movie, go to www.symphonyofthesoil.com.

Regional news perts are working to prevent the further spread of a swine virus that was first confirmed in the United States last month. Montserrat Torremorell says it’s not clear how the porcine epidemic diarrhea virus was introduced to the U.S. She says more than 60 cases have been confirmed in Minnesota, Colorado, Indiana, Iowa and Illinois combined. While it can be fatal to newborn piglets, she says older pigs generally recover after a few days. Experts say the disease poses no risks to the health of humans or other animals and no risks to food safety. As far as researchers know, the virus is transmitted only via contaminated feces, so producers have been stepping up their

MSCA hosts summer tour and trade show

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Isane Farms, Burkel Grain Service, Central Boiler and Skime Ranch. Registration begins at 6 a.m. with buses departing at 7, 7:10 and 7:20. All meals will be provided on the tour. Visit www.mnsca.org for registration information. The University of Minnesota Extension will participate in the event through an exhibit at the Roseau County Fairgrounds staffed by Deborah Zak, northwest regional director, and Alfredo DiConstanzo, extension animal scientist, University of Minnesota Twin Cities.

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The farmers in his area are asking for a lot of the straight urea — 30-12-7-2 blend, referring to nitrogen phosphorus, potassium and sulfur percentages. There’s a lot of straight “MAP” or monoammonium phosphate fertilizer for soybean starter. “We haven’t gotten to the sunflowers yet,” he says.

Fishing amid the farming

FREDONIA, N.D. — There’s been so much water on his farm this spring that Jon Burkle took a Saturday evening off to go fishing. Burkle and his sons, Michael and Cory, farm eight miles north and five west of Fredonia. Their land had 5 inches of rain since mid-May so on June 1, Jon and Michael took a short drive to nearby Marvin Miller Lake, near Gackle, N.D., where they picked up a few walleyes on jigs. The bright orange ones were working, Burkle says. The Burkles raise a little wheat, along with soybeans and corn. “We’ve got the wheat in, got the corn in,” Burkle says. He has 550 acres of corn and 400 acres of soybeans planted, but 350 acres were still unplanted. He got another 75 acres planted June 2, but isn’t sure how many of the soybean acres might go unplanted. “We’ve got spraying (to do),” Burkle says. “Next thing you know, we’re going to be making hay — hopefully.” The Burkles have 300 cows in a cow-

calf operation and have started getting Now that the pasture is looking good, them on pasture, later than they’d he’d be pleased to see some sunshine. wished. “The weather’s gotta break pretty The family had been worried about soon,” Burkle says. “It’s a blessing the drought going into the 2013 crop year, so water came. But it’d be a blessing if it’d the recent rains have helped considerquit too — at least for awhile.” ably. Meanwhile — hey, the fish are biting. “Oh yeah,” Burkle says. “At least the cows have grass to eat.” Alfalfa fields in the area that had been fertilized have been looking good, he says. Pasture grass is really growing. Burkle says it would have been awhile, but he had started thinking about cutting back the herd if the pastures had Mikkel Pates, Agweek been afG Jon Burkle (right) and his son, Michael, had too much rain to fected by drought. He finish planting at the farm north of Fredonia, N.D., in late May so they took a Saturday evening off on June 1 to catch a few had some walleyes on Marvin Miller Lake along North Dakota Highway 34, stored hay.

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Like just about everyone else involved in the U.S. wheat industry, Jim Peterson has many questions and few answers about the genetically modified (GMO) wheat found in an Oregon field. But Peterson, the veteran marketing director of the North Dakota Wheat Commission, says he’s sure of two things: n His industry is determined to retain the trust of its customers. n His industry needs to educate its customers that a zero-tolerance policy toward GMO wheat may not be feasible financially. “One of the main areas the U.S. (wheat) industry is working on is developing some level of tolerance. Zero tolerance can be very costly,” he says. With a zero-tolerance policy, even minimal traces of a genetically modified organism aren’t allowed in food shipments. In late May, unapproved GMO wheat was found in a single Oregon field of soft white wheat. No one knows how it got there or whether GMO wheat got into the food supply or grain shipments. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is investigating. The discovery and ongoing investigation intensified attention on GMO wheat. The U.S. wheat industry stresses that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration reviewed the wheat in 2004 and found no safety problems with it. That doesn’t reassure GMO critics, including some foreign buyers. Japan has said it won’t buy U.S. soft white wheat until the U.S. investigation into the unauthorized GMO wheat is concluded.

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Most of the soft white wheat grown in Oregon and the rest of the Pacific Northwest is exported to Southeast Asia. Typically, exported soft white wheat is used for Asian noodles, Peterson says. Hard red spring wheat, of which North Dakota is the leading U.S. producer, typically is used to make bread or to blend with other wheat to upgrade protein content or protein quality, he says. So far, concern and uncertainty about soft white wheat haven’t had any discernible impact on hard red spring wheat prices, Peterson says. “It’s planting delays — rain and cool temperatures — that have been affecting hard red spring prices,” he says.

Nor has he seen an impact from the Oregon GMO wheat controversy on the price of durum, of which North Dakota also is the nation’s leading producer. Durum is used to make pasta. The issue of GMO wheat came up recently when a group of Japanese millers visited North Dakota. The millers said that, while they don’t have a concern themselves, their customers back home do, Peterson says. “We told them that USDA says there’s no evidence to indicate the material is unsafe or poses any health risk,” Peterson says. “Granted, that doesn’t address the concerns of their customers. Until their customers are willing to accept it, we need to appreciate those market risks and concerns,” Peterson says. Officials with Washington, D.C.-based U.S. Wheat Associates, which develops export markets for American wheat, referred Agweek’s questions to Peterson. The organization says on its website that it’s confident “U.S., wheat, wheat flour and wheat foods remain safe, wholesome and nutritious for people around the world.”

Farmers’ views differ

The issue was further complicated on June 3, when a Kansas farmer filed a civil lawsuit against Monsanto, alleging “gross negligence.” Monsanto worked with Roundup Ready wheat from 1997 until ending the work in 2004 because of lack of commercial opportunities and to focus on other crops. The company reentered the wheat business in 2009 and now has a herbicide-tolerant wheat in its research and development pipeline, according to the company website. The company, in responding to the Kansas farmer’s lawsuit, called it “a wild swing that is unlikely to connect,” according to published reports. Walter Miller, an Olive, Mont., rancher and wheat producer, is among the opponents of GMO wheat. “We know our customers don’t want GM wheat and that even the hint of it in Montana fields would threaten our export market because they will not buy any wheat from a country where GM wheat is grown,” he says in a news release. Miller is president of the Northern Plains Resource Council, a Montana conservation and family resource group. In any case, the APHIS investigation, with which Monsanto officials say they’re cooperating, has many questions to answer. One of the biggest is how the wheat got into the Oregon field. Monsanto officials said June 5 that it likely was the result of an accident or possibly tampering. For more information on Monsanto’s position on GMO wheat, go to www.monsanto.com/gmwheat. To learn more about the APHIS investigation, go to www.aphis.usda.gov/ stakeholders.

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1 Red ..............Aberdeen ............365 lbs ........$162.00 2 Red ..............Eden....................375 lbs ........$160.00 88 Blk..............Lodgepole ..........674 lbs ........$159.20 185 Blk............Lodgepole ..........635 lbs ........$155.00 93 Blk..............Lodgepole ..........643 lbs ........$154.25 42 Blk..............Buchanan............738 lbs ........$152.25 88 Blk..............Buchanan............759 lbs ........$152.00 15 Blk..............Redfield ..............649 lbs ........$149.25 50 Blk..............Redfield ..............760 lbs ........$148.75 11 Red ............Buchanan............734 lbs ........$148.50 14 Blk..............Monango ............743 lbs ........$147.00 12 Blk/Red ......Roscoe................735 lbs ........$147.00 11 Blk/Red ......Aberdeen ............686 lbs ........$145.75 22 Blk/Red ......Edgeley ..............704 lbs ........$143.25 15 Blk..............Ellendale ............772 lbs ........$143.25 25 Blk..............Hitchcock............808 lbs ........$141.75 8 Mix ..............Edgeley ..............808 lbs ........$138.75 3 Blk/Ch ..........Aberdeen ............822 lbs ........$134.25 39 Blk..............Buchanan............874 lbs ........$132.00 63 Blk..............Aberdeen ............896 lbs ........$129.10 51 Mix ............Aberdeen ............900 lbs ........$128.50 15 Blk/Ch ........DeSmet ..............885 lbs ........$122.00 350 Blk............Forbes ..............1168 lbs ........$119.90 15 Blk..............Buchanan..........1062 lbs ........$119.00 5 Blk................Hoven ..............1001 lbs ........$118.75

7 Red w/..........Aberdeen ............446 lbs ........$151.00 11 Blk/Red ......Aberdeen ............564 lbs ........$143.00 19 Blk/Red ......Roscoe................597 lbs ........$142.00 7 Blk/Red ........Aberdeen ............558 lbs ........$141.50 5 Blk................Hoven ................617 lbs ........$141.50 15 Blk..............Edgeley ..............630 lbs ........$141.00 25 Blk..............Crocker ..............676 lbs ........$139.75 14 Blk..............Aberdeen ............684 lbs ........$139.00 6 Blk................Andover ..............631 lbs ........$138.50 41 Blk/Ch ........Edgeley ..............703 lbs ........$137.00 7 Blk/Red ........Roscoe................706 lbs ........$137.00 21 Blk..............Redfield ..............683 lbs ........$135.00 24 Blk..............Hitchcock............715 lbs ........$134.25 9 Blk................Aberdeen ............736 lbs ........$133.75 25 Blk/Red ......Andover ..............735 lbs ........$127.75 10 Red ............Aberdeen ............781 lbs ........$126.75 62 Blk/Ch ........Edgeley ..............833 lbs ........$124.10 10 Blk..............Oakes..................802 lbs ........$120.75 4 Blk................Oakes..................851 lbs ........$119.75 26 Blk/Red ......Hitchcock............837 lbs ........$118.75 56 Red ............Tulare..................871 lbs ........$118.00 271 Blk............Tulare..................921 lbs ........$117.70 5 Blk................Westport ............914 lbs ........$117.00 56 Red/Ch ......Tulare..................896 lbs ........$116.00

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Web site is www.kistlivestockauction.com Also visit www.cattleseller.com WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26TH----Regular Sale. UPCOMING SALES: WEDNESDAY, JULY 3RD----NO SALE. HAPPY 4TH OF JULY EVERYONE. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12TH----Regular Sale. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19TH----Regular Sale WEDNESDAY, JULY 10TH----Regular Sale. along with a SHEEP Sale about 2:00. MARKET REPORT FOR WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5TH , 2013 • 1415 CATTLE SOLD HEIFERS Bismarck....18 blk.......................458....15650 ........718. Anamoose..5 blk hfr...................440....151.00 ....664. Glen Ullin ...5 blk hfr...................451....150.00 ....677. Turtle Lake .5 blk hfr...................443....148.00 ....656. Flasher .......4 blk hfr...................505....144.00 ....727. Hebron.......4 blk/bwf hfr............501....143.00 ....717. Flasher .......16 blk hfr.................598....141.00 ....843. Hebron.......11 wf hfr..................574....138.00 ....792. Garrison.....2 blk hfr...................593....138.00 ....818. Kintyre .......8 blk/bwf hfr............580....137.00 ....795. New Salem.9 blk hfr...................632....136.50 ....862. Medina.......3 red hfr...................730....136.00 ....993. Kintyre .......23 mx hfr.................597....135.75 ....810. Linton.........12 blk hfr.................754....134.50 ..1014. Flasher .......46 blk/bwf hfr..........666....134.50 ....895. Linton.........17 blk hfr.................669....134.00 ....897. Hebron.......51 wf hfr..................668....133.00 ....889. Flasher .......28 blk/bwf hfr..........768....128.50 ....987. COWS New Salem.1 blk cow.................1185..86.00 ....1019. New Salem.1 xbrd cow ..............1260..85.50 ....1077. Pick City.....1 blk cow.................1335..80.00 ....1068. Halliday ......1 blk cow.................1335..78.00 ....1041. Mandan......1 blk cow.................1610..77.50 ....1248. Hazen .........1 red cow ................1450..76.0 ......1109. Max............1 blk cow.................1545..76.50 ....1182.

Linton.........1 blk cow.................1395..76.00 Glen Ullin ...1 blk cow.................1415..76.00 Hazen .........1 blk cow.................1375..76.00 Mandan......1 wf cow..................1565..75.50 Sawyer.......1 red cow ................1400..75.00 Maxbass ....1 char cow...............1625..75.00 Almont .......5 blk cow.................1351..74.50 Glen Ullin ...5 red/rwf cow..........1432..74.25 Flasher .......3 blk/bwf cow..........1402..74.00 Baldwin ......1 blk cow.................1390..74.00 Hazen .........1 char cow...............1400..74.00 Hurdsfield ..1 rwf cow ................1595..73.50 Pick City.....1 bwf cow................1550..73.50 Solen..........1 blk cow.................1550..73.50 Center ........7 red/blk cow ..........1415..73.25 Hazen .........1 rwf cow ................1485..73.00 Linton.........1 blk cow.................1725..72.50 Sawyer.......1 bwf cow................1590..72.50 Elgin...........1 blk cow.................1685..72.00 Rugby ........1 red cow ................1715..71.50 Mandan......1 blk cow.................1685..71.50 Mandan......1 blk cow.................1725..69.50

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BULLS Mercer........1 red bull (DRUG FREE) 2325 108.50 ..2523. Mercer........1 red bull (DRUG FREE) 1900 107.50 ..2043. Solen..........1 blk bull (DRUG FREE) 2405.107.00 ..2573. Mandan......1 blk bull (DRUG FREE) 2135.101.50 ..2168.

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Parts of northeast North Dakota have received as much as 12 inches of rain in the past few weeks, and some fields probably won’t get planted, area ag officials say. “It’s so late, and it’s so wet,” says Brad Brummond, Walsh County extension agent. Slow-to-melt snow this spring delayed the start of planting, so the heavy rains worsen an already bad situation, he says. Planting rates vary greatly. Some farmers have planted most of their crops, while “others have barely turned a wheel,” he says. Further, standing water almost certainly has ruined some of the crops that were planted, he says. “We have corn fields with a foot of water over them,” he says. Tom Kennelly, a Grafton, N.D., farmer says many fields in his area are so wet “that they haven’t even been touched yet.”

Potatoes, sugar beets

Though it’s late, there’s still hope for planting potatoes, a major crop in northeast North Dakota, says Andrew Robinson, North Dakota State University/University of Minnesota Extension potato agronomist. Spuds potentially could be planted into the middle of June, he says. The price of red potatoes is relatively strong, which provides incentive to plant them even if late planting cuts into yields, he says. Sugar beets, another prominent crop in northeast North Dakota, also have been affected by the wet weather. American Crystal Sugar, a Moorhead-

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Minn., based cooperative, had authorized 458,000 acres of beets this year. As of June 5, only 418,000 acres had been planted, with northeast North Dakota accounting for much of the shortfall, says Jeff Schweitzer, company spokesman. “It’s a very cold, very wet and very late spring,” he says. American Crystal Sugar members are obligated to continue trying to plant their beets until June 10. Northwest Minnesota, in contrast, generally has fared better than northeast North Dakota. In Kittson County, in extreme northwest Minnesota, some fields are wet and may not get planted, says Roger Quanbeck, market president of United Valley Bank in Hallock, Minn. “But we’ve missed the big rains they had to the west (in northwest North Dakota). We know it could be a lot worse here,” he says.

Insurance considerations

Further clouding the planting outlook in northeast North Dakota: The final planting date, or the date by which a crop must initially be planted to receive full federal crop insurance coverage, has passed for most crops. Though crops can be planted after the final planting date, the coverage level is reduced. Producers should check with their insurance agents, ag officials say. Brummond and others say some northeast North Dakota farmers are interested in crops such as millet or buckwheat that don’t require a long growing season. The thinking is, farmers will want something growing on their fields instead of having them be bare. Kennelly, the Grafton farmer, says he hasn’t given up on planting more this year. But the weather needs to start cooperating, he says. “The sun comes out for a day or two and we think we might be able to start planting. Then it clouds up and starts to rain again,” he says.

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self-sustaining acreage projects. Additional resources are available for landowners needing assistance acquiring climate-appropriate chicken breeds. The project crew is managed by Phil Gullickson of rural Eagle Butte, S.D., along with the guidance of local acreage owner and knowledgeable chicken producer, Margaret Bad Warrior who also serves as a Host Acreage on the NCR-SARE grant. To be eligible, participants must manage land outside of the city limits. Information: Mindy Hubert at 605-394-1722 or email mindy.hubert@sdstate.edu.

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2011 9630 JD, 600 hrs.......................$299,000 2011 9530 JD, 600 hrs.......................$276,000 2008 9630 JD, 2000 hrs.....................$235,000 2005 7420 JD, 1600 hrs w/loader........$84,000 1997 9400 JD, 6800 hrs.......................$85,000 1989 4955 JD, MFWD, 9500 hrs..........$45,000 1979 1086 IH, 3 pt, 5000 hrs................$16,500 2006 485 Vers/Buhler, 3700 hrs........$138,000

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2011 JD 9770 STS.....................................CALL 2008 JD 9870 STS, 610 hrs .................$220,000 2004 JD 9760 STS, 2200 hrs ...............$115,000 2003 JD 9750 STS, 1650 hrs ...............$110,000 2001 JD 9750 STS, 3500 hrs .................$60,000 2000 JD 9650 STS, 2000 hrs .................$78,000 2001 CIH 2388, 2500 hrs w/PU head ........CALL 2009 MD 35’ D50 Head .........................$30,000 2007 MD 40’ FD70 Flex Draper ............$48,000 2006 JD 936D Draper Head..................$25,000 2004 JD 635 Flex Head .........................$22,000 1994 MD 36’ 960 Head w/finger reel .....$13,000 2012 MF WR9740 36’ SP Windrower ...$95,000

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HARVEST EQUIPMENT Low Interest Rates Available 2012 JD S670 STS, 200 hrs. ...................CALL 2002 JD 9750 STS, 1100 hrs .............$130,000 2008 JD 635 Flex Head w/air reel .......$35,000 2011 JD 635 Flex Head.......................$38,000 SOLD 2004 JD 630 Flex Head.......................$19,500

1991 JD 925 Rigid Head w/finger reel ..$6,000 SOLD

MISCELLANEOUS 2011 JD HX20, 20’ Mower...................$21,000 2008 Alloway 12R22 Topper................$25,000

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Project aims to biofortify rice for improved nutritional value

n A team of U.S. Department of Agriculture

and collaborating scientists is closing in on genes in rice that regulate the uptake and storage of important minerals, a pursuit that could bolster the nutritional value of this cereal grain crop as a staple food of roughly half the world’s population. According to Shannon Pinson, a team member with USDA’s Agricultural Research Service, the ultimate goal is to conventionally breed new rice varieties whose grains boast exceptionally high concentrations of one or more of 14 essential minerals, including zinc, iron and calcium. The ARS-university team focused attention on three different population groups of rice — with the most diversity represented by 1,643 accessions collected from 114 countries. In this diverse group, they encountered rice accessions whose grains contained up to nine times the amount of minerals normally observed in standard U.S. varieties. The team also is developing molecular marker data for use in rapidly identifying high-mineral rice plants without growing them to maturity during breeding operations. The team has so far identified 127 gene locations in 40 different chromosome regions that correlate to high concentrations of certain minerals and other grain features.

Participation sought from ag companies for study of women in agribusiness

n BOSTON — Agricultural companies are in-

vited to participate in key surveys to help round out the research data for the first-ever comprehensive study of women in agribusiness, which is being conducted by HighQuest Partners, a global agricultural events and conference firm. The study, “The Changing Demographics and Experience of Women in Agribusiness,” seeks to examine the current representation of women in North American agribusiness their experience in agribusiness, and the most effective strategies for recruiting, retaining and enabling women to thrive and advance within agribusiness. Currently, study participants are needed in two ways. The first is an opportunity for human resources professionals (male or female) to answer a confidential, 20minute survey about the demographics of women in their company (find the survey here: www.surveymonkey.com/s/WIAStudy). Participants of this survey are eligible to receive a summary of the findings.

NATIONAL NEWS

system that could collect and process photos from the field quickly and accurately. The data collected for pest management can be examined year-to-year, along with other factors such as temperature and weather for prediction modeling. The researchers expect the technology will expand to many other areas of research and management.

Syngenta now accepting applications for vegetable seed grant

n GREENSBORO, N.C. — Syngenta has es-

tablished its Grow More Vegetables Seed Grant Program, which will provide annual as-

sistance to schools and community organizations interested in establishing or enhancing garden programs that create opportunities to educate local communities on the benefits of fresh vegetable production and consumption. Applications for the 2013 grants are being accepted now through Sept. 15 at midnight. In the program’s inaugural year, three recipients, one from each category, will be awarded a garden package. The three categories are elementary and middle school programs; high school programs and FFA chapters; and community groups and organizations. “The Grow More Vegetables Grant

Program gives us an excellent opportunity to share vegetable production knowledge and resources with the broader community and encourage the adoption of healthy eating habits through the consumption of fresh vegetables,” says Mary Streett DeMers, Syngenta vegetables communications lead. “We look forward to awarding our first recipients this fall and assisting them in the establishment of sustainable garden programs that provide hands-on agricultural experience and educational opportunities to local communities.”

— Agweek Wire Reports

Make Hay While the Sun Shines! Pre-Season Used Hay Equipment Sale UP TO Sale runs June 1st to July 15th 20% Pull Type Mower Conditioner (W)32112W ‘06 1475 NH PIVOT TONGUE $14,500

(F)WUY340 ‘11 NH DISCBINE $25,500

(H)38109W ‘99 8465 CIH ROUND BALER $8,000

Researchers help threatened wheat crops in Asia

n CORVALLIS, Ore. — Researchers at Oregon State University have helped develop new environmental monitoring technology that will allow farmers thousands of miles away, in west and central Asia, to save millions of dollars while more effectively combatting a pest that is threatening their wheat crops. Twenty million acres of wheat in parts of Asia and North Africa are threatened by the Sunn pest, a bug that can destroy the value of wheat. Speed in confronting this pest is essential. Mustapha El Bouhssini, a senior entomologist for the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas, an organization based in Lebanon, learned about research done by Doug Johnson, an Oregon State University professor of rangeland ecology and management, which uses geo-referenced photos of rangelands for environmental monitoring. “When I heard about the OSU imaging system, I knew immediately we could use this for Sunn pests,” El Bouhssini says. Professor and computer scientist Bechir Hamdaoui joined the project to develop an integrated data acquisition

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(W)38078W ‘04 RBX562 CIH ROUND BALER $12,500

(W) 1475 NH PIVOT TOUNGUE W/HS18A AGR HD ‘08 32113W ...............$17,500 (F) H7150 NH PIVOT TONGUE W/HS18 ‘10 WUY302.................................$26,000 (W) A30 PREMIER 18’ PIVOT TONGUE ‘09 34056W ..................................$17,000 (H) 1170 HESSTON PIVOT TONGUE 16’ ‘96 34078W...................................$6,300 (H) 1475 NH PIVOT TONGUE W/18FT AGR HD ‘00 32139W .......................$9,500 (H) 1475 NH PIVOT TONGUE W/HS16 AGR HD ‘06 32140W.....................$15,000 (D) 1475 NH PIVOT TONGUE W/16FT AGR HD ‘99 32143W .......................$8,500 (H) 1475 NH PIVOT TONGUE W/16FT AGR HD ‘00 32145W .......................$9,000 (H) 1475 NH PIVOT TONGUE ‘03 32142W...................................................$11,000 (B) 1475 NH PIVOT TONGUE W/HS18 AGR HD ‘04 32150W .....................$16,000 (H) 1475 NH PIVOT TONGUE W/16FT AGR HD ‘06 32151W .....................$15,000 (D) H7150 NH PIVOT TONGUE W/HS18 AGR HD ‘09 32149W ..................$25,750 (D) 1475 NH PIVOT TONGUE W/16FT AGR HD ‘98 32153W .....................$16,000 (B) H7150 NH PIVOT TONGUE W/HS18 AGR HD ‘11 32154W ..................$32,000 (B) 1475 NH PIVOT TONGUE W/18FT AGR HD ‘97 32156W......................$11,500 (F) SCX100 CIH 18’ PIVOT TONGUES ‘05 WUY381 ...................................$19,000 (F) 1475 NH PIVOT TONGUE W/16FT AGR HD ‘97 WUY392 .....................$12,000 (H) H7150 NH PIVOT TONGUE W/HS18 AGR HD ‘11 32157W ..................$34,000

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(D)30051W ‘02 SC100 CIH 16’PIVOT $11,500

(D)38120W ‘09 BR7090 NH ROUND BALER $15,500

Balers

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Self-motivated

By Mikkel Pates

Agweek Staff Writer

GARRISON, N.D. — Paul Folden personally sprayed about 106,000 acres as a commercial applicator for Garrison (N.D.) Farmers Elevator in 2012. It was the third year he surpassed 100,000 acres, and he expects to do more in the future. Folden, 44, was nominated for the Agco Application Equipment Operator of the Year award by Garrison Farmers Elevator, and became one of four national finalists. He already has nearly 30,000 Folden acres sprayed this year — a lot for a wet year. But don’t make the mistake of hinting to Folden that he might not have a fourth 100,000acre year in a row. “In a way, it’s kind of a big game for me,” Folden says, with a smile. “You tell me I can’t do 100,000 acres this year? Watch me.”

A history on the farm Folden grew up in Ryder, N.D., about 30 miles northwest of Garrison. He worked for farmers through high school and after. This is Folden’s sixth season with Garrison co-op, which is an affiliate of CHS Inc. When he started at the co-op, the applicators were happy to get 55,000 acres applied in a year. “The first year I was here, I ran 58,000 acres with a little RoGator 854 with a 90-foot

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Garrison, N.D., applicator recognized for AGCO 100K acres, attitude

boom — a little ‘Tinkertoy’ compared to what I’ve got now,” he says. “And I ‘roaded’ it everywhere. Now I have a semi-trailer” to haul the larger sprayers from job to job.” He applied 120,000 acres in 2011, which was an unusually late season, and 108,000 in 2012. Asked how many thousands of acres he thinks are possible to handle in one year, Folden pauses to think, before answering. “150?” he says. “That’s given the right year — an early spring and a late fall, the bestcase scenario.” In 2011, he was putting preemergence herbicides down at the end of March and he sprayed until the third week in November. “That’s a big year,” he says. In 2013, he started putting dry fertilizer down around April 1, but didn’t’ start spraying until the second week in May. Actual spraying is where he gets the bulk of his acres, because that goes throughout the summer. He can do more acres in a day with a sprayer than applying dry fertilizer. “The machines are bigger and you’re not stopping to fill all the time,” he says.

Laid-back, competitive Despite an aggressive work schedule, Folden describes himself as “somewhat laidback.” He says when a schedule is on the line, however, he has high expectations for equipment and systems. “When

Mikkel Pates, Agweek

G Paul Folden uses electronic maps in his TerraGator to record and service customers for Garrison (N.D.) Farmers Elevator. things are on the line, stuff better work,” he says. Folden says he pushes himself hard and wants to get everything done. “It’s gotten to the point where we’re growing so fast here, the acres are there. If I could spray 24 hours a day, seven days a week, there’s work there for somebody to do that.” “He goes above and beyond to make sure customers get the value they pay for,” says Chris Gratton, the Garrison co-op’s manager, who submitted Folden’s nomination. Bad weather can increase custom application demand because farmers don’t have time

to do their own spraying. “There’s still guys out here who are trying to seed,” Folden said May 31, but on June 5, he said some may decide to abandon some acres. “You may have a three- or four-day window when things have to be sprayed, or you might want to put a pre-emergence application before it comes up, and [farmers] just don’t have the time to get all of it covered. They hire us to do a part of it, or sometimes all of it,” he says. “Year to year, it’s always different.”

It’s always different Typically, Folden’s routine in

a year is to start with dry fertilizer, either on winter wheat or corn ground before the crop is planted. Eventually, he starts spraying. He might go out in the morning when it’s cold, apply fertilizer until noon and when it warms up, he’ll jump into a sprayer and spray until 7 or 8 p.m. “Right now, I’m pretty much in the sprayer full-time,” Folden says. The spraying job is trickier, requiring more concentration to ensure coverage and prevent drift. Sprayers are bigger machines with 120-foot booms, 30 inches off the ground, compared with floaters,which are 70 feet wide and 5 feet off the ground. “There’s a lot more going on that you have to think about with a sprayer,” he says. “But when you spend so much time with it, it becomes second-nature.”

Half and half Farmers with winter wheat might apply half their fertilizer in the fall and the other half in the spring. “Where we ran into problems last year, it was so dry that nobody sprayed,” Folden says. “Nothing was growing. But now this spring, with the moisture, everything just took off. All the weeds just laid there, laid there. Now, they’re coming big-time and everybody’s having us spray big-time.” The commercial applicator finalists were honored guests of Agco at the annual 2012 FOLDEN: See Page 29

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NATIONAL NEWS

Monsanto: Modified wheat ‘isolated occurrence’ Discovery of GMO wheat in Ore. field has upset US exports

PORTLAND, Ore. — A genetically modified test strain of wheat that emerged to the surprise of an Oregon farmer was likely the result of an accident or possibly tampering, the company that developed it said June 5. Representatives for Monsanto Co. said during a conference call that the emergence of the genetically modified strain was an isolated occurrence and most likely resulted from an accident or deliberate mixing of seeds. It has tested the parent wheat stock and found it clean, the company said. Sabotage is a possibility, says Robb Fraley, Monsanto chief technology officer. “We’re considering all options and that’s certainly one of the options,” Fraley says. Fraley said the company has a test it has shared with other countries that could “fingerprint” the exact variety of wheat that carried the gene, and it’s awaiting samples from the U.S. Depart-

ment of Agriculture or the Oregon farmer to test for the exact variety that emerged. The wheat emerged in an Eastern Oregon field in early May and was resistant to the herbicide Roundup. Oregon State University researchers found the wheat had a genetic modification Monsanto used in field testing. When the test fields were cleared in Oregon in 2001, the seed samples were sent to a USDA deep-storage facility in Colorado. The company’s research director, Claire Cajacob, says the company also keeps some samples it is able to test. The rest of the seed is destroyed, she says. “We’ve been very careful of how seed is stored and where it’s stored,” Cajacob says. The company conducted follow-ups with any entity that possessed the seed with the so-called Roundup Ready gene and confirmed that they shipped it to Colorado or destroyed it, she says. Testing ended in Oregon in 2001, four years before testing ended nationally. Company representatives said the average wheat seed only stays viable for one to two years in a harsh climate like Eastern Oregon’s. The wheat emerged in a rotational field that was supposed to be fallow in 2013. Fraley says it’s unlikely that other parent stocks were corrupted, or “probably we would have seen it for many, many years over the last decade.”

Grandevo bioinsecticide removes bee warning from label

Potatoes provide nutritional and cost value

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By Nigel Duara

Associated Press

NatioNal News

n DAVIS, Calif. — Marrone Bio Innovations

Inc. has received U.S. Environmental Protection Agency approval to delete the bee toxicity warning statement from its Grandevo Bioinsecticide label following a review. The removal of the toxicity statement is supported by third-party field evaluations that show Grandevo has no increased mortality or detrimental effects to honeybees. The key study was conducted in central North Carolina during the summer of 2012. The monthlong hive study compared the mortality rates of Grandevo versus a known toxic pesticide reference treatment and a water treatment control.Grandevo, a cross-spectrum bioinsecticide, is effective in controlling chewing and sucking insects, as well as mites. It works through oral toxicity, reduced reproduction, and repellency. Grandevo was not required to be field tested with honeybees. “With the growing concern about the hazards many insecticides pose to bees and bee colonies, it was extremely important to do this field study,” says Tim Johnson, Global Head of Product Development with MBI. We can now reassure growers that Grandevo will not harm honeybees and can provide” critically needed pest control throughout the growing season, including when bees are active.”

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Sudden death syndrome of soybeans n

Disease has been detected in SD

South Dakota State University Extension Service

BROOKINGS, S.D. — During the 2012 soybean growing season, samples from eight fields in five counties in South Dakota tested positive for the sudden death syndrome (SDS) pathogen. This is the first detection of sudden death syndrome of soybeans in South Dakota, says Emmanuel Byamukama, South Dakota State University Extension plant pathologist. Byamukama explains that SDS of soybeans is a fungal disease that attacks soybeans early in the growing season, but symptoms suddenly appear later in the growing season — during the flowering and reproductive growth stages through pod fill. “The plants that looked perfectly normal turn yellow and die in a very sudden and short time frame, which is one to two weeks,” he says. This disease is caused by a soil inhabiting fungal pathogen called Fusarium virguliforme. SDS causes symptoms on both roots and foliage.

Signs and symptoms

On foliage, symptoms of SDS first appear as small, pale green, circular spots on leaves during the early reproductive growth stages. These spots enlarge into

flashy yellow irregular blotches between veins while the veins remain green. The yellowed blotches turn brown and die. “In severe cases, the leaves drop prematurely, leaving the petioles attached to the stem. Infected plants may not always show foliar symptoms,” Byamukama says. Roots of a soybean plant infected with SDS are rotted and discolored. Diseased plants can easily be pulled out of the ground because of rotted lateral roots. If the plants are pulled when the soil is moist; small, light-blue patches can be seen on the surface of the taproot. When the tap root of the infected plant is split lengthwise, the internal tissue will be gray to brown, as opposed to the normal cream white color of a healthy plant. Although SDS is a relatively new disease in the Midwest, Byamukama says this disease has been occurring in southern states for almost 25 years. “SDS has been found in our neighboring states; Minnesota, Iowa and Nebraska. The pathogen survives in crop residue or freely in the soil as thickwalled structures called chlamydospores,” he says. He explains that the chlamydospores can withstand freezing temperatures and resist desiccation for several years. When the soil starts to warm in the spring, developing soybean roots stimulate the chlamidospores to germinate and then infect young soybean roots. Chlamidospores can be moved around

with flowing water and through any practices that move soil (e.g. farm machinery). “Research shows that the fungus also survives well on corn kernels left on the soil during harvesting or shattered by hail,” Byamukama says. The SDS pathogen infects soybean seedlings just as the seeds germinate, but symptoms may not be seen until flowering. The fungus colonizes the root cortical tissue in the early growth stages of the plant (V1 through V6). At flowering, the fungus penetrates into the vascular tissue of the plant. The fungus then produces toxins that are translocated to the leaves. It is these toxins that scorch the leaves, eventually killing them. The fungus itself does not invade leaves. Because SDS causes premature leaf drop and flower or pod abortion, yield losses can range from minimal, with only a few plants infected, to 100 percent, depending on the cultivar and the stage of development when symptoms first appear. However, because SDS spreads in soil, usually only patches within the field may be infected. Over the years, inoculum can build up and spread to larger patches or even the entire field.

Scout fields and test

SDS, being a soil-borne pathogen, is difficult to manage and by the time symptoms are seen, there is little that can be done to manage the disease, Byamukama says.

“Seed treatments have not been found effective and foliar fungicides do not protect soybean from SDS infection. It is therefore important that growers scout their fields,” he says. If SDS issue is suspected, Byamukama says growers should send samples to the Plant Diagnostic Clinic at SDSU at no grower cost, thanks to a grant from South Dakota Soybean Research and Promotion Council. He also encourages growers to keep notes on the history of SDS in their fields.

Management practices Fortunately, there are a number of management strategies in place that can lessen the impact of SDS on soybean yield. “If SDS is confirmed in the field, use soybean cultivars that are SDS resistant or SDS tolerant,” Byamukama says. Seed companies provide disease ratings for SDS. Growers should check for SDS rating once SDS has been confirmed in their fields. Planting should be in warm and well-drained soils. Wet and cool soils promote SDS pathogen infection. SDS is commonly found in plants that are also infected with the soybean cyst nematode. Therefore, managing the soybean cyst nematode may reduce chances of SDS infection. Because the SDS pathogen can survive on corn kernels, clean corn harvesting is encouraged. To learn more, visit iGrow.org.

Regional news SDSU Extension Wheat Walks slated for June 11 and 12

n BROOKINGS, S.D. — South Dakota State

University Extension will host Wheat Walks in the Delmont and Winner areas June 11 and at the Dakota Lakes Research Farm and the Gettysburg area on June 12. The drought and cool spring created significant challenges for winter wheat producers. The goal of these educational events is to help optimize the wheat producers have in place and effectively manage the crop in the future. Winter wheat producers may find these walks to be of particular interest as some SDSU winter wheat plots have been abandoned and it is unsure how many variety plot tours will be held this summer. SDSU Extension agronomy field and state specialists will be on hand at each location, providing expertise in plant pathology, weed control, entomology, soil fertility and agronomic information. Each specialist will give a brief presentation, followed by time for discussion and questions. Those attending are welcome to bring samples from their fields for the agronomists to assess. Area agribusinesses are sponsoring the wheat walks and there is no charge to attend. Dates and times: June 11 at 9:30 a.m.: Agland Co-op, two miles south and three miles west of Delmont, S.D., or five miles south and six miles east of Ar-

mour; June 11 at 2:30 p.m.: Jorgensen Farm, from Winner, 8.5 miles north on North County Road, 2.5 miles west, four miles north and a half-mile west; June 12 at 9:30 a.m.: Dakota Lakes Research Farm, 17 miles east of Pierre on State Highway 34; June 12 at 2:30 p.m.: Robbenault Farm, from the junction of State Highway 83 and 212, five miles west of Gettysburg, go one mile south on 305th Ave. Information: www.igrow.org.

Evaluate plants at emergence

n De SMET, S.D. — Growers can glean valu-

able information by evaluating their plants within days of emergence says Mike Knight, genetic researcher and agronomist with Legend Seeds,. “Early-stage development absolutely sets the tone for the rest of the plant’s development,” Knight says. “Evaluating individual plants within the field is the best way for growers to know if the plant is developing to its full potential.” Knight says by evaluating their plants throughout the growing season growers can gauge plant development and seed performance; verify planting depth and detect, as well as remedy nutrient deficiency. When evaluating newly emerged plants, Knight says growers should begin by looking at a portion of the field to determine the actual emergence population. Like many aspects of plant evaluation, this helps growers determine if the seed is per-

forming as it should. “Each corn plant has its own rate of emergence and development. These things are crucial to where they are planted. If a product is planted improperly it impacts yields and ultimately profits,” Knight says. He then encourages growers to dig down and measure the mesocotyl, which is the distance from the seed to the soil’s surface. By doing this, growers can determine actual planting depth and if their planter was correctly calibrated. “Proper planting depth goes hand in hand with strong root development. If a plant isn’t planted deep enough it will lose critical nutrient uptake and standability later in the growing season,” Knight says. Knight points to data from some Legend Seeds test plots which showed improper planting depth to result in yield loss of as much as 12 to 25 bushels per acre. While initial plant evaluation can provide growers with useful information when planning 2014 management practices and selecting seed, Knight says it’s important to evaluate plants throughout the growing season. In some cases, growers can increase yields through plant evaluation. For example, when looking at leaf coloration to determine if the plant is taking up the proper nutrients, if they catch a nutrient deficiency early enough in the plant’s development, there is the opportunity to side dress before yields are negatively affected. He says it’s also important to note the plant’s stage of development and compare it to its

peers. After pollination, he encourages growers to review ear development and stalk health. “Plant evaluation helps growers develop their harvesting plan,” he says. “Some early maturing hybrids may need to be harvested prior to the desired 15 percent moisture. Remember, once the plant matures it begins to shut down and the stalk dries down becoming weaker than it once was.” Information: 800-678-3346.

North-central Neb. ethanol plant sold

n OMAHA, Neb. — An Omaha-based

ethanol company says it’s buying an idle ethanol plant in north-central Nebraska. Green Plains Renewable Energy Inc. said June 4 that it has signed an agreement with Choice Ethanol Holdings LLC to acquire the former Nedak Ethanol plant in Atkinson. The deal includes an ethanol storage and loading facility about 15 miles east of the plant. Terms were not disclosed. The Norfolk Daily News has reported that Choice Ethanol, of Fargo, N.D., was a company formed by Nedak Ethanol’s lenders. Choice Ethanol had bought the plant at auction in January. Green Plains CEO Todd Becker says Green Plains plans to staff and restart the plant within the next four weeks. The plant can produce about 50 million gallons of ethanol a year. — Agweek Wire Reports


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REGIONAL NEWS

NDSU establishes prevented-planting website Provides analyzer to help producers

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North Dakota State University

Nature’s clock is beyond the optimal planting time and wet conditions in areas of North Dakota may continue. This will prevent some producers from seeding all their acres before the dates that crop insurance coverage starts to decrease, according to a North Dakota State University agricultural economist. The final planting date for full crop insurance coverage varies by crop and geographic location. For example, canola varies from May 15 in the southwest part of the state to June 5 in the northeast area of the state. For wheat, durum and barley, it is May 31, except for the northern one-third of the state, where it is June 5. It is June 10 for soybeans, dry edible beans and flax. “After these dates, farmers with insurance can evaluate prevented-planting for that particular crop,” says Andrew Swenson, farm and family financial specialist with the NDSU Extension Service. “The question is whether to plant the crop and accept the risk of lower yields and reduced crop insurance coverage or to collect a prevented-planting crop insurance indemnity payment and idle the ground.” There is an Excel spreadsheet at www.ag.ndsu.edu/farmmanagement/prevented-planting to help with the prevented-planting decision. The website also includes other prevented-planting information on eligibility and final planting dates. The program compares preventedplanting with growing the same crop for which a prevented-planting payment

could be received or some other crop. In the analysis, the prevented-planting indemnity is offset partially by the direct costs, such as cover crop seed, chemicals and fuel, to maintain the land that will not be used for crop production in 2013. This is compared with the income that could be obtained from growing the crop after the additional direct costs of production have been subtracted. Two critical assumptions to be made are the expected yield and market price if one seeds later. The risk of lower yields and quality is elevated. The analysis also considers crop insurance indemnities that may be received if a producer plants the crop late and yields suffer. “Fortunately, the crop insurance coverage level only diminishes 1 percent per day for the first several days after the date when producers can choose prevented-planting,” Swenson says. “Therefore, if a producer can plant a few days late, he or she still can have a fairly strong safety net and have the upside revenue potential on better-thanexpected yields and market prices.” Other considerations arise in the prevented-planting decision. Planting will use up soil moisture and lessen the possibility the ground will be too wet for seeding next year. Another reason to plant may be to satisfy a forward sales contract. But late planting may result in lower yields and lower the actual production history, which is used to calculate future crop insurance guarantees. “If soil conditions do not allow seeding by the prevented-planting date, each producer should analyze the prevented-planting option and consult an insurance agent if unsure the acreage qualifies, what the payment rates may be and other details,” Swenson says.

THIRTIETH

n The final results are in for the summary of

financial data from farms enrolled in the South Dakota Farm/Ranch Management program. Overall, the average operation saw expenses climb rather dramatically to $888,958 in 2012, an increase of $185,708 from the previous year. Most of the increased costs were a result of the sharply higher value of purchased feeder livestock plus expensive feed costs. Many of those dollars were spent in their regional area, thereby creating a good base of economic activity. For most farms enrolled in the program, livestock still ranks as the top source of revenue and it therefore represents the largest expense category at $390,217. The costs involved with feeding livestock were notably higher in 2012, espe-

cially the purchase price of feeder livestock. In addition, purchased feedstuffs also rose by $25,044 from last year and totaled $94,218 but much of this feed is produced and processed in South Dakota. In 2012, crop input prices rose 30 percent and totaled $223,824 with chemical, fertilizer, seed and crop insurance all seeing increases. Many farmers now rely on a variety of consultants and this supports many people who are employed by local farm cooperatives and other private agricultural companies. Another important industry that farmers support is implement dealers, farm supply businesses and local repair shops. The average farm spent $42,221 in this area last year. Fuel expenses are another big expense and totaled $32,220 in 2012.

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Fire kills 119 at poultry plant in China Focuses scrutiny on China-US pork company transaction

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By Christopher Bodeen Associated Press

BEIJING — A fire at a poultry plant in northeast China trapped workers inside a cluttered slaughterhouse, killing at least 119 in one of China’s worst industrial disasters in years, despite recent work safety improvements. Several dozen other people were hurt in the June 3 blaze in Jilin province’s Mishazi township, which appeared to have been sparked by three early morning explosions, the official Xinhua News Agency says. The provincial fire department attributed the blasts to an ammonia leak. The chemical is kept pressurized as part of the cooling system in meat processing plants. The fire was one of China’s worst recent industrial disasters, with the death toll the highest since a September 2008 mining cave-in that claimed 281 lives. It was the third major industrial blaze to be reported in China in less than a week. The two earlier fires were an oil tank explosion in Liaoning province that caused another oil tank to catch fire, killing two, and a blaze in a large granary in Heilongjiang province that wiped out 1,000 tons of grain. Many of China’s factories have sprung up in recent decades to drive the country’s rapid economic growth, but accidents and chemical spills are common, often blamed on lax enforcement of safety rules and poor worker training. The government has tightened checks on factories and mines to improve compliance with safety requirements, and deaths from workplace accidents fell nearly 5 percent last year from the previous year, according to Yang Dongliang, head of the State Administration of Work Safety. Even in China’s notoriously deadly coal mines, the death toll last year fell by more than 30 percent because of stricter management.

Taking a back seat The accident could also focus renewed scrutiny on China’s biggest pork producer, Shuanghui International — unrelated to the poultry plant — as it aims to buy U.S. food giant Smithfield in what would be China’s biggest takeover of an American company. Jason Yan, technical director in Beijing of the U.S. Grains Council, says

Associated Press

G A water canon hoses down the roof of a poultry processing plant after a major fire that appeared to have been sparked by three early morning explosions in northeast China’s Jilin province’s Mishazi township on June 3. The massive fire trapped workers inside a cluttered slaughterhouse and killed more than 100 people, reports and officials say. safety considerations usually take a backseat in China to features designed to maximize production and energy efficiency. “I’m sure they consider some aspects of safety design. However, I think safety, to me, is not the first priority in their design plan,” Yan says. State media quoted survivors as saying it was difficult for workers to escape because only one door to the plant was open, while other exits were locked and the fire spread quickly. State broadcaster CCTV quoted unidentified workers as saying the fire broke out during a change of shifts when about 350 workers were at the plant, owned by Jilin Baoyuanfeng Poultry Co. It wasn’t clear how many workers had been accounted for and a provincial government media official, who refused to give his name, says he expects the death toll to rise as more bodies were recovered from the charred building. Some employees raised the alarm shortly after the shift began at 6 a.m.,

and then the lights went out, causing panic as workers rushed to find an exit, employee Wang Fengya says. “When I finally ran out and looked back at the plant, I saw high flames,” says Fengya, 44. She and three other workers were sent to a hospital in the nearby provincial capital of Changchun. Another worker quoted by Xinhua, 39-year-old Guo Yan, says the emergency exit at her workstation could not be opened and she was knocked to the ground in the crush of workers seeking to escape through a side door. “I could only crawl desperately forward,” Yan was quoted as saying. “I worked alongside an old lady and a young girl, but I don’t know if they survived or not.” The poultry plant is one of several in the area where chickens are slaughtered and then quickly cut up into pieces and shipped to market. The entire process takes place in near-freezing conditions and such plants are usually built with large amounts of

flammable foam insulation to maintain a constant temperature. Jilin Baoyuanfeng produces 67,000 tons of processed chicken per year and employs about 1,200 people. The plant is located outside the city of Dehui, about 500 miles northeast of China’s capital, Beijing. Established in 2009, the company serves markets in 20 cities nationwide and has won numerous awards for its contribution to the local economy, according to introductions posted online. The area where the fire occurred is an agribusiness center, especially for poultry. Nearby is one of the biggest producers of broiler chickens in China, Jilin Deda Co., which is partly owned by Thailand-based conglomerate Charoen Pokphand Group. The June 3 fire hit a company that is much smaller than Jilin Deda. Though it’s unlikely to have an impact on China’s chicken supply, the accident came as chicken producers were seeing sales recover after an outbreak of a deadly new strain of bird flu, H7N9, briefly scared the public in April and early May.


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REGIONAL NEWS

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Wet conditions increase risk of mastitis

South Dakota State University Extension Service

BROOKINGS, S.D. — Wet weather conditions experienced in eastern South Dakota increase the risk of mastitis and the resultant increase in somatic cell counts on dairies, says Alvaro Garcia, South Dakota State University Extension dairy specialist. “Some herds have already experienced moderate spikes in somatic cell counts in their milk during the month of May, an indication that an inflammation process is occurring in the udder,” Garcia says. This comes at a time when counts state-wide have trended downward. “Dairy somatic cell counts have seen constant improvements in the state,” Garcia says. In the past five years, dairy herds in the Dairy Herd Improvement Association in South Dakota have improved somatic cell counts by nearly 21 percent from 282,000 to 255,000. He adds that during the last year alone, this improvement was 13 percent from 255,000 to 222,000.

What to do if your counts increase

If producers need to address a sudden increase in somatic cells during wet weather, Garcia says they should consider two main areas. First, make sure an adequate milking protocol is followed. “Place particular emphasis on stripping (at least three squirts) to eliminate the most contaminated milk first, which is the one present in the teat cistern,” he says. Make sure that teat dip coverage is thorough and that it remains in contact with the skin for at least 20 seconds. Garcia says using clean, dry towels to wipe the teats clean is critical. “Make sure cloth towels are washed

properly with detergent and bleach, and the temperature setting in the machine is on hot — not just warm,” Garcia says. Do not overload the washing machine, as this will not allow for a good washing cycle. Make sure the drier is not overloaded, also to allow towels to dry completely. Ask employees to maintain the towel bins closed while not being in use to prevent manure from splashing on the clean towels. Cutting a relatively small round hole on the lid of the tote through which the towels can be retrieved will reduce the chances of them getting soiled while in the parlor. Second, he says producers should focus on cow comfort and cleanliness. “Make sure bedding is replaced as often as possible, and that it is clean and dry,” he says. He says deep bedding replaced less often is worse than more-shallow bedding that producers replace daily. “Those producers that use recycled manure solids or bedded packs as bedding must take extra precautions during wet weather by removing solid bedding often,” Garcia says. “These two types of bedding are high in organic matter and an increase in moisture will promote bacteria proliferation.” In addition, Garcia says manuresoiled water from alleys is more likely to splash on udders in barns that are not cleaned regularly. It happens more often when cows are moved rapidly from the parlor. In general, Garcia says milking protocols have been more consistent and milk quality has improved when the same person takes care of stripping, pre-dipping, drying the teats and attaching the unit. A producer who wants to revisit the milking procedure of his employees can contact SDSU Extension dairy specialists for help. “It is easier to correct any milking procedural drifts early than to wait after somatic cells increase too much,” Garcia says. A producer interested in establishing a clinic for dairy, or needing to work with an SDSU Extension Specialist, may contact an SDSU Extension Regional Center or call the SDSU dairy science department at 605-688-4166.

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Regional news

Wildlife experts warn of stress on prairie lands

n BISMARCK, N.D. — The director of the

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says there’s a “crisis on the prairie” as demand for energy and other goods put pressure on the land. Dan Ashe was the keynote speaker recently at the Prairie Summit, a meeting of conservation and wildlife experts in Bismarck, N.D. Ashe says as the world population continues

to grow, demands for what is produced on and from the land will continue to escalate. That includes food, recreational opportunities and energy. Biologists say agriculture and energy exploration can break up habitat and restrict the movement of wildlife or move animals out of their home range entirely. Even though there’s a record number of ducks on the prairie, 70 percent of the country’s native grasslands is gone.

— Agweek Wire Report

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2013 MSCA Summer Tour The NWSA invites all cattlemen and women, vendors, and ag industry leaders to

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Breakfast & Registration Begins At 6:00am At Roseau County Fairgrounds Buses Depart At 7:00, 7:10, And 7:20am Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner Included

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AVERAGE FARM PRICES May average farm prices All wheat (bu.) Corn (bu.) Oats (bu.) All barley (bu.) Feed barley (bu.) Malt barley (bu.) Soybeans (bu.) Flaxseed (bu.) Edible beans (cwt.) Alfalfa (ton) All hay (ton) All potatoes (cwt.) All sunflowers (cwt.) Sunflowers nonoil Sunflowers oil (cwt.) Canola All milk (cwt.)

— Mont. — 2012 2013 7.65 7.98 na na na na 5.51 5.99 4.65 na 5.61 6.23 na na na na na na 103.00 162.0 102.00 159.0 na na na na na na na na na na na na

— N.D. — — Minn. — — S.D. — 2012 2013 2012 2013 2012 2013 7.62 7.67 7.68 7.60 7.12 7.59 5.98 6.50 6.06 6.80 6.09 6.67 3.54 na 3.59 3.80 3.79 3.90 5.56 6.03 na na na na 4.78 4.75 na na na na 5.60 6.25 na na na na 13.60 13.80 13.70 14.50 13.30 14.50 14.80 15.30 na na na na 41.70 31.70 42.70 39.50 na na 75.00 137.00 15.00 265.00 128.00 251.00 74.00 135.00 140.00 256.00 139.00 239.00 8.10 na 7.25 na na na 29.90 23.60 na na 26.10 22.80 na na na na na na na na na na na na 27.70 27.80 na na na na na na 17.30 20.70 na na

Index of prices paid by U.S. farmers was 219 percent of its 1990 to ’92 average, compared with 215 percent a year ago. Numbers are preliminary and based on May surveys. ** Index, expressed as percentage of 1990 to ’92 prices. Sources: State Agricultural Statistics Services.

Wheat, corn prices down, soybeans up

WASHINGTON — The May index for all crops, at 221, is down 0.5 percent from April, but 3.3 percent higher than May 2012. Index decreases for feed grains, hay, commercial vegetables and food grains more than offset index the increases for fruits, nuts, oilseeds, potatoes, dry beans and upland cotton. The May price for all wheat, at $7.51 per bushel, is down 20 cents from April but 84 cents above May 2012. The corn price, at $6.88 per bushel, is down 9 cents from April, but 54 cents above May 2012. The hay price, at $203 per ton, is $3 higher than April and $2 above last May. Sorghum grain, at $11.20 per hundredweight, is 40 cents below April, but 80 cents above May last year. The soybean price, at $14.80 per bushel, increased 40 cents from April and is 80 cents higher than May 2012. The potato price, at $10.52 per hundredweight, is up 89 cents from April and 8 cents higher than last May. The dry bean price, at $34.50 per hundredweight, is down 10 cents from the previous month and $8.80 below May 2012. Compared with a year ago, prices are higher for broilers, milk, market eggs, cattle and hogs. Prices for turkeys and calves are down from last year. The May hog price, at $67 per hundredweight, is up $5.20 from April and $4.20 higher than a year ago. The May beef cattle price of $125 per hundredweight is $3 higher than May 2012. R001896495

The May milk price of $19.80 per hundredweight is 30 cents above April and $3.60 higher than May 2012. The May market egg price, at 97.6 cents per dozen, is 33 cents higher than April and 38.1 cents above May 2012. The May broiler price, at 67 cents per pound, is up 2 cents from April and 15 cents above a year ago. The May turkey price, at 65 cents per pound, is down 1.2 cents from April and 7.7 cents lower than a year earlier. Lower prices in May for concentrates, feeder cattle, diesel and complete feeds offset higher prices for nitrogen, gasoline, other machinery and supplies. Since April, prices for concentrates, complete feeds, feed grains, supplements, hay and forages are lower. Prices for feeder cattle and feeder pigs were lower since April. The May feeder cattle price, at $134.50 per hundredweight, is down $2.60 from the April price. May feeder pigs averaged $132 per hundredweight, down $10 per hundredweight from April. Prices for herbicides, insecticides and fungicides are lower compared with April. Compared with April, prices are lower for diesel, but higher for gasoline and LP gas. Prices are higher for other machinery, but are unchanged for tractors and self-propelled machinery compared with April.

— USDA


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Continued from Page 22 Agricultural Retailers Association Conference and Expo in San Diego in late November. Carl Peterson of Crop Production Services in Pipestone, Minn., was another finalist from the region. Still another finalist — Glen Slabaugh of Leesburg, Ind., got the top award and won a Harley Davidson. The Agco award is based on spraying prowess, but also on community involvement. Until the early 1990s, Folden was a McLean County, N.D., deputy sheriff and also served on a local fire department in Garrison. A former professional fishing guiding on Lake Sakakawea, he also helped start the North Dakota Junior Governor’s Cup, a kids’ fishing derby for a community fundraiser. He says it’s different from law enforcement, which he says is less predictable. “Here, I know what I’m getting into,” Folden says. It takes long hours to get everything done. The only secret to it is, “Go, go, go, go. Go.” Ag retailers will be able to nominate their custom applicators starting late this summer, according to Agco. Folden would be eligible to be nominated again in 2013. “It’s nice to know that people are paying attention,” Folden says. “I can drive myself, can motivate myself, but something like that helps. I know this year the event is in Miami. I want to go to Miami.”

Regional livestock sales Aberdeen Hub City Livestock, Aberdeen, S.D. Receipts: 2319; Last Week 5651; Year Ago 2809. Steers under 600 lbs not tested thoroughly. Steers 600-700 sold steady with occurence of 3.00 higher. Steers 700-800 sold steady to 1.00 higher. Steers 800-1000 sold steady. Heifers under 600 lbs not thoroughly tested. Heifers 600-700 sold steady. Heifers 700-800 sold steady with occurence of 4.00 higher. Upper tier cattle such as thin fleshed, drug free sold 4.00 to 7.00 higher to comparable cattle last week. Active market with good buyer demand. Steers 65 percent, heifers 35 percent, 98 percent over 600 lbs. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1: 10 576 lbs 152.26; 293 636 lbs 154.46; 21 676 lbs 144.23; 5 657 lbs 142.00 Fleshy; 88 674 lbs 159.20 Thin Fleshed; 59 725 lbs 145.93; 42 738 lbs 152.25 Value Added; 73 763 lbs 147.28; 88 759 lbs 152.00 Value Added; 9 808 lbs 138.75; 25 808 lbs 141.75 Thin Fleshed; 63 896 lbs 129.10; 39 874 lbs 132.00 Value Added; 52 901 lbs 128.50; 20 982 lbs 115.47. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1-2: 15 885 lbs 122.00; 11 923 lbs 121.50. Feeder Steers Large 1: 15 1062 lbs 119.00; 350 1168 lbs 119.90. Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1: 56 871 lbs 118.00; 7 446 lbs 151.00; 37 580 lbs 142.20; 21 630 lbs 140.28; 21 683 lbs 135.00; 97 714 lbs 133.87; 10 781 lbs 126.75; 62 833 lbs 124.10; 74 887 lbs 116.06; 285 916 lbs 117.46. Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1-2: 26 865 lbs 111.00. Feeder Heifers Large 1: 7 1001 lbs 112.50.

Herreid Herreid Livestock Market, Herreid, S.D. Receipts: 2468; Last Week 0; Year Ago 0. Of the weight groups having adequate volume for comparison to 5/17: Steers weighing 700-900 lbs sold 4.00 higher. Heifers weighing 700-800 sold 1.00 to 3.00 higher, 800-900 4.00 to 5.00 higher, 900-1000 sold steady. Active market with good demand at todays high quality sale in Herreid. Steers 22 percent, heifers 78 percent 95 percent over 600 lbs. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1: 11 535 lbs 133.50; 13 579 lbs 153.00; 19 613 lbs 148.50; 50 686 lbs 139.81; 60 711 lbs 149.00; 33 778 lbs 138.50; 85 839 lbs 134.51; 10 858 lbs

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129.00. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1-2: 13 634 lbs 118.00; 16 693 lbs 128.00; 26 788 lbs 126.31. Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1: 8 536 lbs 144.00; 21 587 lbs 129.50; 102 712 lbs 136.41; 193 780 lbs 126.57; 123 777 lbs 133.91 Replacement; 88 837 lbs 125.72; 113 831 lbs 132.69 Replacement; 50 882 lbs 118.50; 34 861 lbs 125.75 Replacement; 106 976 lbs 117.27. Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1-2: 18 552 lbs 116.00; 18 751 lbs 118.75. Feeder Heifers Large 1: 271 1014 lbs 117.03; 51 1050 lbs 116.00.

Mitchell Mitchell Livestock Auction Co., Mitchell, S.D. Receipts: 2218; Last Week 1588; Year Ago N/A. Feeder steers under 850 lbs had no comparable sales, over 850 lbs steady to 2.00 higher. Feeder heifers under 700 lbs had no comparable sales, 700-800 lbs 2.00 to 4.00 higher, 800-900 lbs steady to 2.00 higher, over 900 lbs no comparison. Several load lots of attractive steers and heifers offered today, with a few smaller packages as well. Majority of cattle offered today were in moderate to moderate plus flesh condition. Mostly moderate demand today, with best demand for cattle in lighter flesh. The feeder run was made up of 55 percent steers, 45 percent heifers; 99 percent of the run weighed over 600 lbs. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1: 12 632 lbs 145.00; 22 732 lbs 139.25; 104 821 lbs 136.97; 45 872 lbs 128.01; 277 923 lbs 127.41; 318 983 lbs 124.86. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1-2: 6 459 lbs 156.50; 17 678 lbs 132.25; 15 722 lbs 122.62. Feeder Steers Large 1: 155 1032 lbs 121.45; 22 1053 lbs 121.85; 104 1139 lbs 117.82; 3 1180 lbs 115.50; 13 1200 lbs 115.00. Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1: 4 541 lbs 137.00; 13 626 lbs 132.76; 4 685 lbs 129.00; 73 778 lbs 127.16; 230 834 lbs 124.16; 100 862 lbs 122.03; 10 884 lbs 115.00 Fleshy; 157 922 lbs 120.90; 128 973 lbs 117.80. Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1-2: 2 505 lbs 131.00; 18 771 lbs 116.95; 6 942 lbs 116.00. Feeder Heifers Large 1: 104 1022 lbs 117.11; 55 1055 lbs 115.75; 13 1107 lbs 111.00. Feeder Bulls Medium and Large 1-2: 6 595 lbs 128.00. - 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.

Ag weather network goes wireless

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NDDAWN stations undergoing updates

By Kyle Potter

Forum News Service

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota’s weather service for farmers is going wireless. The North Dakota Agricultural Weather Network has begun updating its weather stations across the state, giving farmers instant access to weather updates from their computers or smartphones. Wireless is up and running at 19 of the network’s 72 stations. Adnan Akyuz, North Dakota’s climatologist and the network’s director, guesses that all of the remaining stations will be updated within the next two years. The switch to wireless allows North Dakota farmers to get weather updates every 10 minutes, from temperature and wind speeds to dew point and soil temperature.

Faster access

A web-based network means farmers can access the information faster, Akyuz says. And unlike the old call-in system, several people can get an update at the same time. Between replacing the old phone lines at each station with wireless modems, updating data loggers and solar panels to power them, Akyuz estimates the project will cost about $100,000 over the next five years. He’s

weatheR goes wiReless The following North Dakota Agricultural Weather Network stations have switched to wireless updates: Bowman, Britton, Dickinson, Edgeley, Ekre, Fargo, Forest River, Hettinger, Inkster, Jamestown, Kennedy, Lisbon, Marion, Michigan, Mott, Oakes, Plaza, Ross and Watford City. working on a proposal for the Legislature to foot the bill, he says. “It is going to be quite an expensive investment,” Akyuz says, but one that will result in lower maintenance costs. “The more information a person can get, the better off we are,” says Eric Aasmundstad, who farms small grains just west of Devils Lake, N.D. “It’s a good deal if they can get it done.” Aasmundstad, former president of the North Dakota Farm Bureau, says he’s used the NDAWN call-in system sporadically through the years, but he typically relies on instant updates from his iPhone or iPad. Farming may be a traditional industry, but Aasmundstad guesses “a good percentage” of his fellow farmers also use smartphones or other technology in the fields. “I’m sure the folks that run the weather network are just responding to that demand,” he says. “The increase in technology is what keeps the American farmer competitive.” Information: www.ndawn.ndsu. nodak.edu.

Regional news

Cover crops for preventedplanting acres

n ST. PAUL — The spring of 2013 has left

many farmers making the decision to put some, or all, of their acres into the prevented-plant insurance option. Although cover crops are not a requirement of the prevented-planting option, they are a good idea to help with erosion control and weed management. It’s important for farmers to talk with insurance agents and their local Farm Service Agency. Understand and follow the prevented planting rules to ensure payment. There may be differences depending on the state or county. Planting date of the cover crop will be important for selection. A June or early-July planting date works best with warm-season grasses such as sorghum, sorghum-sudan grass and the millets. If left to grow through the fall, these species can reach heights of 6 to 8 feet and produce a lot of above ground biomass. Oats, wheat, annual ryegrass, the clovers, tillage radish and the like often have an August planting date. What about a July planting date? These species deal well with hot

summer weather. The question is the timing of physiological maturity. Some plants may mature and go to seed before a killing fall frost. If this happens, tillage and/or herbicide will terminate any volunteers. Regardless of what cover crop is chosen, there are a few things to remember. Preventedplanting at 60 percent of the guarantee does not allow for grazing or haying of a cover crop before Nov. 1. The cover crop can be terminated via tillage or herbicide before then, however. If haying or grazing is needed, there is a “second crop” option that will allow it. The prevented-planting payment is decreased to 35 percent of the guarantee. Check with the Farm Service Agency to find what cover crop species are acceptable for prevented-planting acres. Crops that can be insured (such as soybeans or alfalfa) are usually not considered acceptable for the 60 percent payment. Order, and get delivered, the cover crop seed as soon as possible. Spring already has seen supplies decreasing and prices increasing. Consult an insurance agent and the FSA before making a decision. — Agweek Wire Report


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Cattle summary Cattle receipts: 258,500; Last Week 153,700; Last Year 304,700. Compared to two weeks ago, a good test of yearling feeder cattle sold 2.00- 5.00 higher in active trading. A much lighter offering of steer and heifer calves traded unevenly steady to 3.00 higher. Receipts continue to be dominated by heavy yearlings weighing over 800 lbs, which is fortunate since that is exactly where the best demand exists. Buyer interest is much lighter for calves weighing over 500 lbs which are currently in tight availability, while localized demand is readily absorbing any lightweights under 450 lbs. It is unclear whether this past week’s higher feeder market is the start to a summer run-up or just the backfilling of orders from last week’s holiday shortened marketing. As reflected by the CME Feeder Cattle contracts, late summer and fall yearlings are trading at a premium to current sales with the hope of cheaper feedcosts, but this gap is closing. Buyers understand that supplies will be sharply lighter for the next several weeks until after the 4th of July shutdown, and year-to- date nationwide auction receipts are already 8 percent below last year and 14 behind the five year average. Also, herd rebuilding may be in its infant stages with the percentage of feeder heifers moving through reported auctions falling to its lowest point in recent memory this week at just 40 percent of sales. Wheat harvest is now underway and will make its way to the Southern Plains which will limit the already abbreviated auction schedules. All eyes are on this year’s corn crop, as analysts are now speculating on what will become of the less than 10 percent of acres that are yet to be planted and how much was washed out by recent heavy rains in the Midwest. Reported auction volume included 54 percent over 600 lbs and 40 percent heifers. IOWA 800. 39 pct over 600lbs. 53 pct heifers. Steers: Medium and Large 1 450-500 lbs (472) 176.61; 500-550 lbs (542) 166.03; 550-600 lbs (569) 164.64. Heifers: Medium and Large 1 500-550 lbs (528) 147.92; 550-600 lbs (564) 145.42; 650-700 lbs (671) 129.50; 700-750 lbs (732) 124.65; part load 778 lbs 124.75. NEBRASKA 7800. 70 pct over 600 lbs. 48 pct heifers. Steers: Medium and Large 1 400-450 lbs (424) 174.21; 450-500 lbs (469) 171.88; 500550 lbs (531) 161.29; 550-600 lbs (576) 160.45; 600-650 lbs (628) 150.39; 650-700 lbs (677) 148.55, value added (660) 163.00; 700-750 lbs (721) 140.11, value added (740) 153.75; 750-800 lbs (771) 138.93, value added (750) 153.75; 800-850 lbs (831) 133.13; 850-900 lbs (878) 132.46; 900-950 lbs (928) 127.62. Medium and Large 1- 2 550600 lbs (575) 148.32; 650-700 lbs (675) 137.06. Heifers: Medium and Large 1 400-450 lbs (434) 162.47; 450-500 lbs (488) 152.13; 500-550 lbs (517) 149.14; 550-600 lbs (572) 147.06; 600-650 lbs (613) 142.61; 650-700 lbs (673) 142.60; 700-750 lbs (712) 134.87; 750-800 lbs (775) 132.15; 800-850 lbs (816) 125.84; 850-900 lbs (871) 124.69; 900-950 lbs (924) 121.40. Medium and Large 1- 2 500-550 lbs (516) 141.26; 550-600 lbs (589) 136.45; pkg 745 lbs 127.75. COLORADO 6700. 21 pct over 600 lbs. 9 pct heifers. Steers: Medium and Large 1 450-500 lbs (460) 175.56; 500-550 lbs (506) 158.59; 600650 lbs (615) 146.39. Medium and Large 1-2 400-450 lbs (408) 176.60. Holsteins: Large 3 300-350 lbs (319) 118.13; 350-400 lbs (374) 114.99; 400-450 lbs (412) 112.55; 450-500 lbs (482) 108.07; 500-550 lbs (533) 99.74; 550-600 lbs (579) 100.90; 650-700 lbs (662) 100.03; 700-750 lbs (741) 93.86; 750-800 lbs (790) 94.66; 800- 850 lbs (817) 94.43; Large 3-4 300-350 lbs (325) 113.76; 350-400 lbs (387) 112.80; 400-450 lbs (420) 108.29; 650-700 lbs (678) 92.90. Heifers: Medium and Large 1 550-600 lbs (579) 130.88. Medium and Large 12 400-450 lbs (425) 149.19. WYOMING 1900. 60 pct over 600 lbs. 89 pct heifers. Steers: Medium and Large 1 600-650 lbs (606) 147.59. Heifers: Medium and Large 1 500-550 lbs (527) 149.71; 550-600 lbs (575) 146.65; 600-650 lbs (609) 134.78; 650-700 lbs (664) 136.39; load 725 lbs 131.00. DAKOTAS 12,300. 92 pct over 600 lbs. 44 pct heifers. South Dakota12,300. Steers: Medium and Large 1 450-500 lbs (477) 157.34; 500550 lbs (515) 161.83; 550-600 lbs (589) 149.80; 600-650 lbs (634) 153.20; 650-700 lbs (682) 141.22; 700-750 lbs (721) 143.73; 750-800 lbs (773) 139.08, value added (759) 152.00; 800-850 lbs (825) 133.63; 850-900 lbs (873) 129.86; 900-950 lbs (922) 129.37; 950-1000 lbs (977) 124.72. Medium and Large 1-2 450-500 lbs (471) 152.37; 500550 lbs (540) 156.16; 600-650 lbs (634) 125.56; 650-700 lbs (675) 131.95; 700- 750 lbs (711) 130.62; 750-800 lbs (788) 125.36; 9501000 lbs (975) 120.17. Holsteins: Large 3 pkg 425 lbs 94.00; pkg 470 lbs 87.50; 500-550 lbs (528) 91.19; 600-650 lbs (604) 95.48. Heifers: Medium and Large 1 450-500 lbs (477) 150.92; 500-550 lbs (532) 141.74; 550-600 lbs (577) 139.35; 600-650 lbs (626) 138.45; 650-700 lbs (669) 135.26; 700-750 lbs (717) 132.89; 750-800 lbs (777) 125.74; 800-850 lbs (832) 123.76; 850-900 lbs (873) 118.90; 900-950 lbs (922) 118.38; 950-1000 lbs (972) 117.45. Medium and Large 1-2 350-400 lbs (395) 159.48; 450-500 lbs (485) 144.27; 500-550 lbs (521) 138.16; 550-600 lbs (570) 128.23; 600-650 lbs (627) 131.93; 650-700 lbs (680) 131.61; 750-800 lbs (771) 119.40; half load 865 lbs 111.00. North Dakota- There were not enough feeder cattle sales to report.

Markets MONTANA 2400. 43 pct over 600 lbs. 59 pct heifers. Steers: Medium and Large 1 Pkg 612 lbs 166.00; Calves 695 lbs 140.00; Pkg 728 lbs 143.00. Medium and Large 1-2 Pkg 415-500 lbs (456) 165.00. Heifers: Medium and Large 1 550- 600 lbs (580) 144.57; 600-625 lbs (616) 143.89; 700-715 lbs (706) 130.87; 750- 800 lbs (776) 125.33; Load 876 lbs 120.00. Medium and Large 1-2 Pkg thin fleshed 345 lbs 177.50; Part load thin fleshed 419 lbs 180.00.

Hog summary Receipts: 94,234; 78,526 last week; 87,240 last year. Early weaned pigs and all feeder pigs steady to 1.00 per head higher. Demand moderate on moderate offerings. Receipts include 46% 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 2110 21.50-28.00 23.56 600 - 1200 13981 27.87-43.86 34.04 5850 22.25-27.00 25.42 1200 or more 28998 25.50-48.00 37.06 36200 24.00-29.75 26.89 Total Composite 42979 25.50-48.00 36.08 44160 21.50-29.75 26.54 FEEDER Pigs 40 Pounds Basis: 600 or less 850 45.00-53.50 47.64 600 - 1200 995 57.20-57.20 57.20 2650 42.50-52.50 48.68 1200 or more 2600 45.00-45.00 45.00 Total Composite 995 57.20-57.20 57.20 6100 42.50-53.50 46.97

Sheep summary Receipts: 41,000; 34,000 last week and 36,000 last year. Slaughter lambs were 5.00-40.00 lower, except at Sioux Falls and Ft. Collins where they were 2.00-7.00 higher. Slaughter ewes were steady to 2.00 lower, instances sharply lower. Feeder lambs were steady to 5.00 lower. At San Angelo, TX 5618 head sold in a one day sale. No sales in Equity Electronic Auction. In direct trading slaughter ewes not tested and feeder lambs were steady to 5.00 higher. 3700 head of negotiated sales of slaughter lambs under 170 lbs were 2.00-3.00 lower, no comparison on over 170 lbs and 14,300 head of formula sales of dressed lambs under 65 lbs were not well tested; 65-75 lbs were 1.00-2.00 higher; 75-85 lbs were 2.00-3.00 higher; 85-95 lbs were 3.00-4.00higher; over 95 lbs were 1.00-2.00 higher. 5,554 lamb carcasses sold with 45 lbs and down 7.16 lower; 45-55 lbs 14.58 higher; 55-75 lbs steady; 75-85 lbs .71 higher and 85 lbs and up 1.93 lower. All sheep sold per hundred weight (CWT) unless otherwise specified. Slaughter Lambs: Choice and Prime 2-3 90-160 lbs: Kalona, IA: shorn and wooled 115-135 lbs 115.00; 182 lbs 95.00. South Dakota: shorn and wooled 115-130 lbs 115.50-117.00; 130150 lbs 112.00-116.75. Slaughter Lambs: Choice and Prime 1: Kalona, IA: 50-60 lbs 121.00-122.00; 80-110 lbs 91.00-110.00. Ft. Collins: 50-65 lbs 120.00-132.00; 70-85 lbs 113.00-116.00. few 130.00; 90-120 lbs 107.00-112.00. Direct Trading: (lambs fob with 3-4 percent shrink or equivalent) 3700: Slaughter Lambs shorn and wooled 122-156 lbs 105.56-135.00 (wtd avg 116.70); 177-194 lbs 112.00-115.00 (wtd avg 114.05); no dressed sales reported. Slaughter Ewes: Ft. Collins: Good 3-5 (very fleshy) 30.00-35.00; Good 2-3 (fleshy) 38.00-46.00; Utility 1-2 (thin) 20.00-27.00; Cull 1 (extremely thin) 16.00-18.00. Billings, MT: Good 2-3 (fleshy) 20.00-24.00; Utility 1-2 (thin) 21.00-30.50; Cull and Utility 1-2 (very thin) 23.00-26.00; Cull 1 (extremely thin) 7.50-22.00. So Dakota: Good 2-3 (fleshy) 19.0024.00; Utility and Good 1-3(medium flesh) 17.00-19.00; Utility 1-2 (thin) 15.00-21.00; Cull 1 (extremely thin) 11.00-12.00. Kalona: Good 2-3 21.00-35.00; Utility and Good 1-3 25.00-35.00; Utility 1-2 18.0027.50; Cull and Utility 1-2 15.00. Feeder Lambs: Medium and Large 1-2: Ft. Collins: 68 lbs 113.00; 70-80 lbs 103.00-106.00; 85 lbs 104.00. Billings: 65-70 lbs 121.00-123.50; 70-80 lbs 120.00-123.00; 80-90 lbs 118.00-127.00; 90-100 lbs 119.50-122.00; 100-105 lbs 116.50. Kalona: 40-45 lbs 105.00-107.50; 50-65 lbs 100.00-110.00; 75-100 lbs 92.50-101.00. So Dakota: 30-35 lbs 142.50-160.00; 45-60 lbs 123.00-124.00; 60-75 lbs 109.00-110.00. Replacement Ewes: Medium and Large 1-2: Ft. Collins: baby tooth 124.00-132.00 per head; baby tooth to solid mouth ewes with lambs 117.50-130.00 per family; aged ewes with lambs 72.50-114.00 per family. So Dakota: young 110-230 lbs 28.00-30.00 cwt; solid mouth 130-255 lbs 16.0028.00 cwt. Kalona, IA: mixed age 135-180 lbs 30.00-33.00 cwt, thin 105-170 lbs 22.50-25.00 cwt.

Live cattle options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Jun Jul Aug Jun Jul Aug 115 5.12 4.42 4.77 0.02 0.20 0.55 116 4.12 3.55 3.97 0.02 0.32 0.75 117 3.12 2.72 3.22 0.02 0.50 1.00 118 2.12 1.97 2.57 0.02 0.75 1.35 119 1.12 1.40 1.97 0.05 1.17 1.75 120 0.12 0.95 1.52 0.07 1.72 2.30 121 0.02 0.55 1.12 0.87 2.32 2.90 122 0.02 0.25 0.80 1.87 3.02 3.57 123 0.07 0.10 0.55 2.87 3.87 4.32 124 0.05 0.05 0.37 3.87 4.82 5.15 125 0.02 0.05 0.25 4.87 5.82 6.02 126 0.02 0.02 0.17 5.87 6.80 6.95 127 0.02 0.05 0.12 6.87 7.77 7.90 128 0.02 0.02 0.07 7.87 8.77 8.85 129 0.02 0.02 0.05 8.87 9.77 9.82 130 0.02 0.02 0.02 9.87 10.77 10.80 131 0.02 0.05 0.02 10.87 11.77 11.80 132 0.02 0.02 0.02 11.87 12.77 12.80 133 0.02 0.02 0.02 12.87 13.77 13.80 134 0.02 0.02 0.02 13.87 14.77 14.77 135 0.02 0.02 0.02 14.87 15.77 15.77 136 0.02 s 0.02 15.87 16.77 16.77 137 0.02 s 0.02 16.87 17.77 17.77 138 0.02 s 0.02 17.87 18.77 18.77 139 0.02 s 0.02 18.87 19.77 19.77 140 0.02 s 0.02 19.87 20.77 20.77 141 0.02 s 0.02 20.87 21.77 21.77 142 0.02 s 0.02 21.87 22.77 22.77 143 0.02 s 0.02 22.87 23.77 23.77 144 0.02 s 0.02 23.87 24.77 24.77 145 0.02 s 0.02 24.87 25.77 25.77

Feeder cattle options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Aug Sep Oct Aug Sep Oct 128 15.70 s s 0.10 s s 130 13.77 16.00 s 0.17 0.22 s 132 11.87 14.12 16.07 0.27 0.35 0.45 134 10.05 12.30 14.25 0.45 0.52 0.62 136 8.30 10.55 12.50 0.70 0.77 0.87 137 7.45 s s 0.85 s s 138 6.67 8.90 10.82 1.05 1.12 1.17 139 5.92 8.10 s 1.30 1.32 s 140 5.20 7.35 9.22 1.57 1.57 1.57 141 4.55 6.62 s 1.92 1.85 s 142 3.92 5.95 7.75 2.30 2.15 2.10 143 3.35 5.32 s 2.72 2.52 s 144 2.85 4.72 6.37 3.22 2.92 2.72 145 2.42 4.15 s 3.80 3.35 s 146 2.02 3.65 5.17 4.40 3.85 3.50 147 1.67 3.17 s 5.05 4.37 s 148 1.37 2.75 4.07 5.75 4.95 4.40 149 1.12 2.37 s 6.50 5.57 s 150 0.90 2.02 3.17 7.25 6.22 5.50 151 0.72 1.75 s 8.07 6.92 s 152 0.57 1.50 2.45 8.92 7.67 6.75 153 0.47 1.27 s 9.82 8.45 s 154 0.37 1.07 1.82 10.72 9.25 8.12 155 0.30 s s 11.65 s s

Lean hog options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Jun Jul Aug Jun Jul Aug 60 s s 35.17 s s 0.02 62 36.12 34.20 33.17 0.02 0.02 0.02 64 34.12 32.20 31.17 0.02 0.02 0.02 66 32.12 30.20 29.17 0.02 0.02 0.02 68 30.12 28.20 27.17 0.02 0.02 0.02 70 28.12 26.20 25.17 0.02 0.02 0.02 72 26.12 24.20 23.17 0.02 0.02 0.02 74 24.12 22.20 21.20 0.02 0.02 0.05 76 22.12 20.20 19.22 0.02 0.02 0.07 77 21.12 s s 0.02 s s 78 20.12 18.20 17.25 0.02 0.02 0.10 79 19.12 17.20 s 0.02 0.02 s

80 81 82 83 84 85

18.12 17.12 16.12 15.12 14.12 13.12

16.20 15.22 14.22 13.25 12.25 11.27

15.27 s 13.32 s 11.42 s

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0.02 0.02 0.02 0.05 0.05 0.07

CME BFP milk options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Jun Jul Aug Jun Jul Aug 1850 0.01 0.43 0.93 0.42 0.35 0.38 1875 0.01 0.32 0.78 0.66 0.49 0.48 1900 0.01 0.23 0.65 0.91 0.65 0.60 1925 0.02 0.16 0.53 1.16 0.83 0.73 1950 0.01 0.11 0.43 1.41 1.03 0.88 1975 0.01 0.07 0.35 1.66 1.24 1.05 2000 0.01 0.04 0.28 1.91 1.46 1.23 2025 0.01 0.03 0.22 2.16 1.70 1.42 2050 0.02 0.02 0.17 2.41 1.94 1.62 2075 0.01 0.01 0.13 2.66 2.18 1.83 2100 0.01 0.01 0.10 2.91 2.43 2.05 2125 0.02 0.01 0.07 3.16 2.67 2.27 2150 0.01 0.02 0.06 3.41 2.92 2.50 2175 0.01 0.01 0.04 3.66 3.17 2.73 2200 0.01 0.01 0.03 3.91 3.42 2.97 2225 0.01 0.01 0.02 4.16 3.67 3.21

Futures

Feeder cattle futures

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

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

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

Jun 13 Jul 13 Aug 13 Sep 13 Oct 13 Nov 13 Dec 13 Jan 14 Feb 14

Fri. Stlmnt 143.62 145.80 147.67 149.40 149.40 150.35 152.00 153.25

Week High 146.15 148.15 149.50 151.00 151.00 151.50 152.50

Fri. Stlmnt 120.12 119.22 122.60 125.02 126.45 127.97 123.70

Week High 121.75 120.90 124.42 126.32 127.60 129.20 124.85

Fri. Stlmnt 98.12 96.20 95.17 84.60 81.67 83.75 85.20 90.00 92.70 90.90 89.55

Fri. Stlmnt 18.09 18.58 19.05 19.08 18.87 18.54 18.13 17.65 17.30

Week Low 143.30 145.55 147.42 149.00 149.27 150.27 152.00

Cont High 164.05 164.25 164.75 165.10 163.95 157.70 153.37 153.50

Cont Low 142.30 144.52 146.50 147.72 147.90 149.15 150.95 151.50

Cont High 133.52 133.50 136.95 137.50 138.40 138.95 132.90

Cont Low 118.70 117.82 121.25 122.77 124.02 125.55 121.57

Week High 98.40 96.55 95.30 84.60 81.70 83.75 85.40 90.00 92.70 91.50 90.50

Week Cont Low High 95.42 101.70 93.35 101.30 92.60 100.05 82.67 88.95 79.82 85.07 82.45 87.75 84.00 89.05 90.00 92.50 91.60 94.50 90.90 92.02 89.55 90.50

Cont Low 85.60 84.60 84.00 76.00 74.00 78.20 79.85 85.20 87.02 87.00 87.00

Week High 18.10 18.72 19.12 19.14 18.91 18.56 18.17 17.65 17.30

Week Low 17.99 18.00 18.58 18.75 18.85 18.54 17.98 17.59 17.30

Cont Low 15.53 15.90 15.81 15.90 15.75 15.50 15.25 15.10 14.90

Live cattle futures Week Low 119.97 118.97 122.40 124.62 125.95 127.70 123.60

Lean hog futures

CME BFP milk futures

Cont High 19.89 19.75 19.87 19.82 19.30 18.95 19.26 18.12 17.90

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U.S. cow slaughter (Week ending May 25)

2013

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

125,989 56,828

Cattle slaughter

MARkEts

2012 116,250 57,095

(Week ending June 8)

Number of head Week’s total .............................................................644,000 Prev. week................................................................594,000 Year ago ...................................................................652,000

Average weight Week’s avg...................................................................1,290 Prev. week....................................................................1,288 Year ago .......................................................................1,281

Percent cows Week’s............................................................................19.3 Prev. week......................................................................19.1 Year ago .........................................................................18.1 * Week ending May 25

Hog slaughter (Week ending June 8)

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

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

Fri. Stlmnt 696.00 704.00 719.00 734.00 744.00 750.00 756.00 762.00 768.00 770.00 760.00

Millions of pounds total Weight .................................................................416.1 Prev. week....................................................................385.8 Year ago .......................................................................416.4

Average weight Week’s avg......................................................................276 Prev. week.......................................................................276 Year ago ..........................................................................291

Percent sows* Week’s..............................................................................2.9 Prev. week........................................................................2.7 Year ago ...........................................................................2.8 * Week ending May 25

Lamb slaughter

Week Low 692.00 701.00 715.00 730.00 741.00 744.00 756.00 758.00 764.00 770.00 760.00

Cont High 947.00 905.00 913.00 912.00 898.00 857.00 855.00 865.00 857.00 857.00 821.00

Cont Low 635.00 673.00 684.00 687.00 687.00 687.00 717.00 726.00 730.00 730.00 704.00

Fri. Week Week Cont Cont Stlmnt High Low High Low 735.00 755.00 735.00 943.00 681.00 742.00 756.00 742.00 945.00 687.00 760.00 949.00 695.00 774.00 949.00 717.00 782.00 940.00 722.00 786.00 864.00 707.00 794.00 841.00 744.00 801.00 846.00 750.00

Minneapolis wheat futures

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

Fri. Stlmnt 819.00 806.00 812.00 823.00 829.00 825.00 816.00 827.00 826.00 826.00

Week High 827.00 817.00 824.00 836.00 843.00 842.00 825.00 829.00

Week Cont Low High 810.001005.00 800.00 970.00 808.00 965.00 820.00 965.00 826.00 965.00 822.00 965.00 815.00 957.00 819.00 901.00 829.00 829.00

Cont Low 760.00 748.00 763.00 763.00 763.00 806.00 791.00 806.00 806.00

Fri. Stlmnt 666.00 591.00 558.00 568.00 576.00 582.00 570.00 565.00 572.00 575.00 577.00 544.00 541.00 552.00 526.00

Week High 674.00 604.00 573.00 582.00 589.00 594.00 576.00 576.00 573.00 585.00 583.00 550.00 549.00 558.00 527.00

Week Low 643.00 569.00 539.00 550.00 558.00 564.00 556.00 552.00 563.00 567.00 569.00 535.00 531.00 546.00 515.00

Cont High 824.00 699.00 665.00 670.00 676.00 676.00 625.00 616.00 606.00 609.00 624.00 591.00 600.00 600.00 571.00

Cont Low 411.00 504.00 398.00 521.00 528.00 424.00 505.00 499.00 535.00 539.00 522.00 521.00 503.00 532.00 500.00

Fri. Stlmnt 407.00 389.00 372.00 374.00 376.00 386.00 367.00

Week High 413.00 394.00 380.00 380.00 377.00 387.00 368.00

Week Low 372.00 371.00 358.00 363.00 369.00 379.00 360.00

Cont High 462.00 469.00 421.00 448.00 448.00 499.00 494.00

Cont Low 35.00 35.00 304.00 331.00 331.00 358.00 339.00

Chicago corn futures

Jul 13 Sep 13 Dec 13 Mar 14 May 14 Jul 14 Sep 14 Dec 14 Mar 15 May 15 Jul 15 Sep 15 Dec 15 Jul 16 Dec 16

Chicago oats futures

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

Dec 14 Mar 15 May 15 Jul 15 Sep 15

367.00 367.00 367.00 367.00 367.00

368.00 368.00 368.00 368.00 368.00

360.00 360.00 360.00 360.00 360.00

406.00 386.00 368.00 445.00 445.00

339.00 339.00 346.00 339.00 339.00

Chicago soybean futures

Fri. Week Week Cont Cont Stlmnt High Low High Low 1528.001549.001509.001605.00 933.00 1456.001466.001435.001570.001065.00 1374.001377.001340.001487.001065.00 1330.001333.001285.002225.23 922.00 1335.001337.001291.001409.001124.00 1330.001335.001292.001399.001127.00 1326.001332.001288.001395.001129.00 1333.001338.001295.001397.001054.00 1318.001319.001293.001391.001136.00 1302.001302.001280.001382.001130.00 1291.001300.001263.001333.001054.00 1292.001297.001276.001316.001203.00 1288.001293.001273.001317.001199.00 1285.001290.001270.001308.001196.00 1289.001293.001272.001326.001125.00

Jul 13 Aug 13 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

Jul 13 Aug 13 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

Chicago oil futures Fri. Stlmnt 48.53 48.55 48.40 48.10 47.94 47.87 47.84 47.78 47.84 47.77 47.66 47.36 47.22 47.33 47.41 47.52 47.59

Week High 48.80 48.73 48.58 48.31 48.20 48.03 48.04 48.06 48.15 48.10 48.00 47.70 47.68 47.79 47.87 48.38 48.51

Week Low 47.70 47.72 47.56 47.20 46.95 46.93 46.98 46.97 47.00 47.25 47.25 46.96 46.63 46.90 46.98 47.09 47.16

Cont High 59.89 59.89 59.89 59.89 59.89 57.43 57.43 57.43 59.89 57.43 57.43 59.89 59.89 53.11 53.11 53.11 57.43

Chicago meal futures

Jul 13 Aug 13 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 Aug 15 Sep 15 Oct 15 Dec 15

Fri. Stlmnt 452.50 431.20 413.70 397.70 396.60 397.00 395.40 394.00 396.70 394.50 393.00 385.40 385.30 385.30 385.30 385.30 387.10 387.10 387.10 387.10 387.10

Week High 462.00 437.00 416.50 398.30 397.50 397.40 396.60 395.20 397.50 394.50 393.00 386.70 387.10 386.20 386.20 386.20 388.00 388.00 388.00 388.00 388.00

Week Low 447.20 426.30 402.80 380.70 378.90 380.00 380.00 377.90 380.80 384.60 384.10 378.20 377.00 379.60 379.60 379.60 381.40 381.40 381.40 381.40 381.40

Cont High 465.70 450.60 427.00 403.30 400.20 397.40 396.60 396.90 397.50 396.90 396.90 396.90 387.10 386.20 386.20 386.20 400.90 388.80 388.80 400.90 400.90

Cont Low 38.28 47.72 47.56 38.28 38.28 46.93 46.98 46.97 47.00 47.25 47.25 46.96 46.63 46.90 46.98 47.09 47.16 Cont Low 234.00 293.30 293.30 234.00 234.00 303.00 303.00 303.00 293.30 303.00 303.00 293.30 288.80 338.10 338.10 338.10 303.00 348.40 348.40 303.00 303.00

Cash

(Week ending June 8)

Number of head Week’s total ...............................................................41,000 Prev. week..................................................................34,000 Year ago…………………………………………………37,000

Millions of pounds total Weight .....................................................................2.9 Prev. week........................................................................2.4 Year ago ...........................................................................2.8

Average weight Week’s avg......................................................................144 Prev. week.......................................................................140 Year ago……………………………………………… .........157

Poultry slaughter

Fri.

Year ago

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

9.35 9.19 nq 9.29 15.42

nq 9.40 9.50 9.30 15.43

8.49 9.29 9.39 9.04 15.01

Pacific NW 11% Pacific NW (cwt.)

8.56 14.20

8.72 14.47

7.01 11.63

Spring wheat

Winter wheat

Durum

Chickens Turkeys 1,599 22.04 1,900 1,640 38,127 38,261

Minneapolis

nq

nq

Pacific NW Minneapolis #2

nq 4.27

nq 3.75

Barley

Feed Minneapolis Pacific NW Malt Minneapolis

June 6

Week ago

supreme Premium Good Fair Utility

na na 220.00 na na

na na na na na

supreme Premium Good Fair Utility

285.00 235.00 210.00 na na

285.00 na na na na

supreme Premium Good Fair Utility supreme Premium Good Fair Utility

280.00-320.00 230.00-265.00 na na na na na 205.00 na na

275.00-340.00 235.00-240.00 220.00 na na 270.00 250.00-265.00 na na na

supreme Premium Good Fair Utility

na na na na na

365.00 na na na na

supreme Premium Good Fair Utility

na 240.00 200.00-220.00 na na

270.00-300.00 na na na 90.00

supreme Premium Good Fair Utility

na 235.00-255.00 165.00-220.00 na na

270.00-300.00 230.00-260.00 170.00-210.00 155.00 135.00

Per bale

na

na

Per ton

na

80.00

Per ton

na

110.00

Per ton

na

na

Per ton

45.00-90.00

75.00-112.50

Alfalfa – small squares

Alfalfa – large squares

Alfalfa – large rounds

Grass – small squares

Grass – large squares

Grass – large rounds

Bedding – small squares Bedding – large squares

Bedding – large rounds

Cornstalks – large squares Cornstalks – large rounds

Week ago

Oats

(in thousands)

Week ending 6/1 ..................141,482 Average weight ....................5.86 Previous week ......................161,870 this week last year ..............143,887 2013 to date .........................3,420,626 2012 to date .........................3,353,518

Week High 714.00 724.00 738.00 752.00 762.00 771.00 775.00 781.00 785.00 788.00 779.00

Kansas City wheat futures

Number of head Week’s total ..........................................................2,018,000 Prev. week.............................................................1,867,000 Year ago ................................................................2,004,000

Rock Valley, Iowa

Chicago wheat futures

Millions of pounds total Weight .................................................................502.5 Prev. week....................................................................462.0 Year ago .......................................................................507.3

Hay

Futures

nq 4.26 3.00

5.05 nq

5.10 nq

5.25 nq

6.75

6.70

7.05

Corn

Minneapolis Cash Illinois

6.97 6.62

6.96 6.54

Minneapolis Cash Illinois

15.28 14.94

15.14 14.94

Soybeans

NuSun

Cargill West Fargo Enderlin

Flax

Week Year Fri. ago ago

6.04 5.91 14.12 14.23

New crop

22.95 22.25 25.25 23.75 23.00 22.25 25.25 23.70

West Fargo

nq

ADM Velva, N.D. West Fargo

27.62 28.31 28.21 24.55 nq nq 28.79 nq

Red River Commodities

nq

Canola

Confections

nq

nq

13.75

nq

nq

nq

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

Lst wk prv wk this yr last yr Wheat 16.8 21.2 1,004.3 1,039.7 soybeans 4.4 3.5 1,267.6 1,166.4 Corn 11.7 12.4 540.3 1,223.4 Barley 0.0 0.0 6.5 6.4 sunseed 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Oats 0.0 0.0 0.6 0.5 Flax 0.0 0.0 0.6 0.0 Rye 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 sorghum 0.7 0.9 56.8 41.9 tOtAL 33.6 38.1 2,876.7 3,478.3 For week ending May 30 Crop year begins June 1 for wheat, rye, oats, barley and flax; sept. 1 for corn, sorghum, soybeans and sunflowers.

Source: Agweek, USDA


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Chicago wheat options

Strike Calls Puts price__________________________________________ _____ Jul Aug Sep Jul Aug Sep 500 s s s 0.00 s 0.00 510 s s s s s s 520 s s s 0.00 s 0.00 530 s s s 0.00 s 0.00 540 s s s 0.00 s 0.00 545 s s s 0.00 s s 550 s s s 0.00 s 0.00 560 s s s 0.00 s 1.00 565 s s s 0.00 s s 570 s s 136.00 0.00 s 1.00 580 s s s 0.00 0.00 2.00 590 s s s 0.00 0.00 2.00 595 s s s 0.00 s 3.00 600 96.00 s s 0.00 1.00 3.00 605 s s s s s 4.00 610 s s s 0.00 1.00 4.00 615 s s 95.00 0.00 2.00 5.00 620 76.00 87.00 s 0.00 2.00 6.00 625 s s s 0.00 s 7.00 630 66.00 78.00 s 0.00 3.00 7.00 635 s s s 0.00 4.00 s 640 56.00 s s 0.00 5.00 9.00 645 s s s 0.00 s 11.00 650 47.00 s 66.00 0.00 7.00 12.00 655 42.00 s s 1.00 s s 660 s s s 1.00 9.00 15.00 665 33.00 s s 2.00 10.00 16.00 670 29.00 s 53.00 3.00 12.00 18.00 675 25.00 s s 4.00 14.00 20.00 680 21.00 40.00 47.00 5.00 15.00 22.00 685 18.00 37.00 s 7.00 17.00 24.00 690 15.00 34.00 41.00 9.00 19.00 26.00 695 12.00 31.00 38.00 11.00 22.00 29.00 700 10.00 29.00 36.00 14.00 24.00 31.00 705 8.00 26.00 33.00 17.00 27.00 34.00 710 6.00 24.00 31.00 20.00 29.00 36.00 715 5.00 22.00 29.00 24.00 32.00 39.00 720 4.00 20.00 27.00 27.00 35.00 42.00 725 3.00 18.00 25.00 31.00 38.00 45.00 730 2.00 16.00 23.00 36.00 42.00 49.00 735 1.00 s 22.00 40.00 s s 740 1.00 13.00 20.00 45.00 49.00 55.00 745 1.00 12.00 19.00 50.00 s s 750 1.00 11.00 17.00 54.00 s 62.00 755 0.00 10.00 16.00 59.00 s s 760 0.00 9.00 15.00 64.00 s 70.00 765 0.00 8.00 13.00 69.00 s s 770 0.00 7.00 12.00 74.00 s 78.00 775 0.00 6.00 11.00 79.00 s s 780 0.00 5.00 10.00 84.00 s 86.00 785 0.00 s 10.00 s s s 790 0.00 4.00 9.00 94.00 s 94.00 795 0.00 4.00 s s s s 800 0.00 3.00 7.00 103.00 s 102.00 805 0.00 3.00 s 108.00 s s 810 0.00 3.00 6.00 113.00 s 111.00 815 0.00 2.00 s s s s 820 0.00 2.00 5.00 123.00 s 120.00 825 0.00 s s 128.00 s s 830 0.00 2.00 4.00 133.00 s 129.00 835 0.00 s 4.00 s s s 840 0.00 1.00 3.00 143.00 s 138.00 845 0.00 s 3.00 s s s 850 0.00 1.00 3.00 153.00 s 148.00 855 0.00 s s s s s 860 0.00 1.00 2.00 163.00 s 157.00 865 0.00 s 2.00 s s s 870 0.00 0.00 2.00 173.00 s 167.00 875 0.00 s s s s s 880 0.00 0.00 1.00 183.00 s 176.00 885 0.00 s s s s s 890 0.00 s 1.00 193.00 s 186.00 895 s s 1.00 s s s 900 0.00 0.00 1.00 203.00 s 196.00 905 0.00 s s s s s 910 0.00 0.00 1.00 213.00 s s 920 0.00 0.00 0.00 223.00 s s 925 s 0.00 s s s s 930 0.00 s 0.00 233.00 s s 940 0.00 s 0.00 s s s 950 0.00 s 0.00 253.00 s s 960 0.00 s 0.00 s s s 970 0.00 s 0.00 273.00 s s 980 0.00 s 0.00 s s s 990 0.00 s 0.00 s s s 1000 0.00 s 0.00 s s s

Kansas City wheat options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Jul Aug Sep Jul Aug Sep 500 s s s 0.00 s s 550 s s s 0.00 s s 600 s s s 0.00 s s 620 s s s 0.00 s s 630 s s s 0.00 s s 640 s s s 0.00 s s 650 s s s 0.00 s 3.00 660 s s s 0.00 s 5.00 670 s s s s s 6.00 680 s s 71.00 0.00 s 8.00 690 s s s 0.00 s s 700 36.00 s s 1.00 s 14.00 710 s s s 3.00 s 18.00 720 s s s 6.00 s 21.00 730 15.00 s s 10.00 s 26.00 740 10.00 s s 15.00 s 31.00 750 6.00 s 29.00 21.00 s 36.00

760 770 780 790 800 810 820 830 840 850 860 870 880 890 900 910 920 930 940 950 960 980 1000

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

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

25.00 21.00 18.00 15.00 12.00 10.00 8.00 7.00 5.00 4.00 4.00 3.00 s s 1.00 s 0.00 s s 0.00 s s 0.00

29.00 37.00 46.00 56.00 65.00 75.00 85.00 95.00 105.00 115.00 125.00 135.00 145.00 155.00 165.00 175.00 185.00 195.00 s 215.00 s s s

Markets

s 42.00 s 48.00 s 55.00 s 62.00 s 70.00 s s s s s 94.00 s 47.00 s 111.00 s s s s s s s s s s s s s 178.00 s s s s s s s s s s s s

Minneapolis wheat options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Jul Aug Sep Jul Aug Sep 680 s s s s s s 690 s s s s s 1.00 695 s s s 0.00 s s 700 s s s 0.00 s 4.00 720 s s s s s 5.00 730 s s s s s s 750 s s s 0.00 s 11.00 760 s s s 0.00 s 14.00 770 s s s s s 17.00 780 41.00 s s 1.00 s 21.00 790 s s s s s 26.00 800 24.00 s 36.00 4.00 s 31.00 810 17.00 s s 8.00 s 36.00 820 12.00 s 27.00 12.00 s 42.00 830 8.00 s 23.00 s s 48.00 840 5.00 s 20.00 25.00 s s 850 3.00 s 17.00 33.00 s 62.00 860 1.00 s 15.00 s s 70.00 890 0.00 s s s s s 900 s s 8.00 80.00 s s 910 s s s 90.00 s s 920 0.00 s 5.00 s s s 925 s s s s s s 930 s s 4.00 s s s 950 0.00 s 3.00 130.00 s s 955 s s 3.00 s s s 960 s s s s s s 970 0.00 s 2.00 150.00 s s 990 s s 1.00 s s s 995 s s 1.00 s s s 1000 0.00 s s s s s 1020 s s s s s s 1050 0.00 s s s s s 1080 0.00 s s s s s 1100 0.00 s s s s s 1150 0.00 s s s s s 1200 0.00 s s s s s

Chicago soybean options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Jul Aug Sep Jul Aug Sep 1000 s 456.00 s 0.00 0.00 1.00 1020 s s s 0.00 0.00 1.00 1030 s s s 0.00 0.00 1.00 1040 s s s 0.00 0.00 1.00 1050 s s s s s 1.00 1060 s s s 0.00 0.00 2.00 1070 s s s s 0.00 2.00 1080 s s s 0.00 s 2.00 1090 438.00 s s 0.00 0.00 s 1100 428.00 s 276.00 0.00 0.00 3.00 1110 418.00 s s s 0.00 3.00 1120 408.00 336.00 s 0.00 0.00 4.00 1130 s s s 0.00 0.00 4.00 1140 s s s 0.00 0.00 5.00 1150 378.00 s s 0.00 1.00 5.00 1160 368.00 297.00 s 0.00 1.00 6.00 1170 s s s 0.00 1.00 7.00 1180 s 277.00 s 0.00 1.00 8.00 1190 s s s 0.00 1.00 9.00 1200 328.00 258.00 184.00 0.00 2.00 10.00 1210 318.00 s s 0.00 2.00 11.00 1220 308.00 s 166.00 0.00 2.00 13.00 1230 s s s 0.00 3.00 14.00 1240 288.00 219.00 150.00 0.00 3.00 16.00 1250 278.00 209.00 s 0.00 3.00 18.00 1260 268.00 200.00 133.00 0.00 4.00 20.00 1270 258.00 s 126.00 0.00 5.00 22.00 1280 248.00 181.00 118.00 0.00 5.00 25.00 1290 238.00 s 111.00 0.00 6.00 27.00 1300 228.00 163.00 104.00 0.00 7.00 30.00 1310 218.00 154.00 97.00 0.00 8.00 34.00 1320 208.00 146.00 91.00 0.00 10.00 37.00 1330 199.00 137.00 85.00 0.00 11.00 41.00 1340 189.00 129.00 79.00 0.00 13.00 45.00 1350 179.00 121.00 73.00 1.00 15.00 49.00 1360 169.00 113.00 68.00 1.00 17.00 54.00 1370 159.00 105.00 63.00 1.00 19.00 59.00 1380 149.00 98.00 58.00 1.00 22.00 64.00 1390 140.00 91.00 54.00 1.00 24.00 70.00 1400 130.00 84.00 50.00 2.00 27.00 76.00 1410 121.00 77.00 46.00 2.00 31.00 s 1420 111.00 71.00 42.00 3.00 35.00 88.00

1430 1440 1450 1460 1470 1480 1490 1500 1510 1520 1530 1540 1550

102.00 93.00 84.00 75.00 67.00 59.00 52.00 44.00 38.00 32.00 27.00 22.00 18.00

65.00 60.00 55.00 50.00 45.00 41.00 37.00 34.00 30.00 27.00 25.00 22.00 20.00

39.00 35.00 32.00 30.00 27.00 25.00 23.00 21.00 19.00 18.00 16.00 15.00 14.00

4.00 39.00 s 5.00 44.00 s 6.00 48.00 108.00 7.00 54.00 116.00 9.00 59.00 s 11.00 65.00 s 13.00 71.00 s 16.00 77.00 147.00 20.00 s s 24.00 91.00 s 29.00 s s 34.00 s s 40.00 113.00 s

Chicago corn options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Jul Aug Sep Jul Aug Sep 400 s s s 0.00 s 0.00 410 s s s 0.00 0.00 0.00 420 s s 171.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 425 s s s s 0.00 s 430 s s 162.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 435 s s s s 0.00 s 440 s s s 0.00 0.00 1.00 445 s s s s 0.00 s 450 s s 142.00 0.00 0.00 1.00 455 s s s s 0.00 1.00 460 206.00 s s 0.00 0.00 2.00 465 s s s s 0.00 2.00 470 196.00 s 123.00 0.00 0.00 2.00 475 s s s 0.00 1.00 2.00 480 s s 114.00 0.00 1.00 3.00 485 s s s s 1.00 3.00 490 s s 105.00 0.00 1.00 4.00 495 s s s 0.00 2.00 4.00 500 166.00 s 96.00 0.00 2.00 5.00 505 s s s 0.00 3.00 6.00 510 s s 88.00 0.00 3.00 6.00 515 s s s 0.00 4.00 7.00 520 146.00 s 80.00 0.00 4.00 8.00 525 s 72.00 76.00 0.00 5.00 9.00 530 136.00 s 72.00 0.00 6.00 10.00 535 s s 68.00 0.00 7.00 12.00 540 126.00 60.00 64.00 0.00 8.00 13.00 545 121.00 56.00 61.00 0.00 9.00 14.00 550 116.00 52.00 57.00 0.00 11.00 16.00 555 s 49.00 s 0.00 12.00 18.00 560 106.00 45.00 51.00 0.00 14.00 19.00 565 101.00 42.00 48.00 0.00 15.00 21.00 570 96.00 39.00 45.00 0.00 17.00 23.00 575 91.00 36.00 42.00 0.00 19.00 25.00 580 86.00 33.00 39.00 0.00 22.00 28.00 585 s 30.00 37.00 0.00 24.00 30.00 590 76.00 28.00 34.00 0.00 26.00 33.00 595 71.00 26.00 32.00 0.00 29.00 36.00 600 66.00 23.00 30.00 0.00 32.00 38.00 605 61.00 21.00 28.00 0.00 35.00 41.00 610 57.00 20.00 26.00 0.00 38.00 44.00 615 52.00 18.00 24.00 1.00 41.00 s 620 47.00 16.00 23.00 1.00 s 51.00 625 43.00 15.00 21.00 1.00 s s 630 38.00 13.00 19.00 2.00 s 58.00 640 30.00 11.00 17.00 4.00 s 65.00 650 22.00 9.00 14.00 6.00 s 73.00 660 16.00 7.00 12.00 10.00 s 80.00 670 11.00 6.00 10.00 15.00 s 89.00 680 7.00 5.00 9.00 21.00 s 97.00 690 5.00 4.00 7.00 28.00 s 106.00 700 3.00 3.00 6.00 36.00 s 114.00 710 2.00 2.00 5.00 45.00 s 123.00 715 1.00 2.00 5.00 50.00 s s 720 1.00 2.00 4.00 54.00 s 133.00 730 0.00 1.00 4.00 64.00 s 142.00 740 0.00 1.00 3.00 74.00 s 151.00 750 0.00 s 3.00 84.00 s 161.00 760 0.00 s 2.00 94.00 s s 770 0.00 s 2.00 103.00 s s 780 0.00 s 2.00 113.00 s 190.00 790 0.00 s 1.00 123.00 s s 800 0.00 s 1.00 133.00 s 209.00

Chicago oats options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Jul Aug Sep Jul Aug Sep 250 s s s s s s 260 s s s s s 0.00 270 s s s 0.00 s s 280 s s s 0.00 s s 290 s s s 0.00 s s 300 s s s s s s 310 s s s s s s 320 s s s 0.00 s 2.00 330 s s s 0.00 s s 340 s s s 0.00 s 3.00 350 58.00 s s 0.00 s s 355 s s s 0.00 s s 360 48.00 s 36.00 0.00 s 7.00 370 38.00 s 29.00 1.00 s 10.00 380 29.00 s s 2.00 s s 385 s s s 2.00 s s 390 21.00 s s 3.00 s s 395 17.00 s s 4.00 s s 400 13.00 s 12.00 6.00 s s 410 8.00 s s s s s 415 6.00 s s s s s 420 4.00 s s s s s 425 3.00 s s s s s 430 s s s s s s 440 1.00 s s s s s 460 0.00 s s s s s

Potatoes UPPER VALLEY, TWIN FALLS-BURLEY DISTRICT, IDAHO—-Shipments 756-708-580 (includes export of 2-1-0)—-Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading baled active, cartons moderate. Prices baled generally unchanged, cartons slightly higher. Russet Burbank U.S. One baled 5 10-pound film bags non size A mostly 3.50-4.00, 50-pound cartons 40-100s mostly 10.00-10.50. Shipments for the week ending June 1, 2013 were generally Russets Burbanks. KERN DISTRICT—- Shipments 149-203-273—- Movement expected to increase with harvest intensifying. Trading Round Red very active, Yellow Type active, Long White moderate. Prices Long White carton size A slightly lower, others generally unchanged. Round Red U.S. One carton size A mostly 20.00, size B mostly 22.00. Long White U.S. One carton size A mostly 20.00, size B mostly 12.00. Yellow Type U.S. One carton size A 22.00, size B mostly 14.00. The last of Kern County shippers are up and running. SAN LUIS VALLEY, COLORADO—-Shipments 297*-339*-227 (including export 15*-16*-16) —-Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading cartons Very active, others moderate. Prices higher. Russet U.S. One baled 5 10-pound film bags size A mostly 5.00, 50pound cartons 40s mostly 9.00, 50-100s mostly 10.00. **unavailable. *revised. COLUMBIA BASIN WASHINGTON AND UMATILLA BASIN OREGON—-Shipments 194-193-162 (includes export of 59-48-45)—Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading moderate. Prices slightly higher. Russet Norkotahs U.S. One baled 5 10-pound film bags non size A mostly 3.50-4.00, 50-pound cartons 40-80s mostly 9.00, 90-100s 8.00-9.00. FLORIDA DISTRICT—-Shipments 121-151*-153 (including export 37-3) Movement expected to increase slightly as harvest intensifies in North Florida. Trading Round Red very active. Prices generally unchanged. Round Red U.S. One baled 10 5-lb film bags sz A 23.7523.75, 50-pound sacks size A 20.75, size B 24.75, tote bags approximately 2000 pounds per cwt size A mostly 40.50. Florida potato harvested expected to finish by week’s end (June 15). CENTRAL WISCONSIN—-Shipments 105-100-98—-Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Trading moderate. Prices cartons 40s-80s slightly higher, others generally unchanged. Russet Norkotah U.S. One baled 5 10-pound film bags non size A mostly 7.00-8.00, 50-pound cartons 40s-70s mostly 9.50-10.00, 80s-100s mostly 9.0010.00. ARIZONA DISTRICT—- Shipments 79-80-80—-Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market. Harvest has begun winding down. *revised. KLAMATH BASIN (NORTHERN CALIFORNIA-SOUTHERN OREGON) —-Shipments 50-41-31 (including export-4-2-0) —-Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading moderate. Prices cartons higher, others generally unchanged. Russet U.S. One baled 5 10pound film bags non size A mostly 3.50, 50-pound cartons 40-70s mostly 10.00, 80s mostly 9.00-9.50, 90-100s 8.00. NEBRASKA DISTRICT—-Shipments 53-47-29—-Movement expected to remain about the same. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market. *revised. HEREFORD HIGH PLAINS TEXAS-EASTERN NEW MEXICO—-Shipments 30-34-23—-Movement expected to remain about the same. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market. MINNESOTA-NORTH DAKOTA (RED RIVER VALLEY)—- CROP UPDATE: Rain and wet fields continue to keep Growers from doing any field work. Reports of water standing in the rows has grower extremely concerned. Especially concerned are the seed growers. The Red River Valley is a large chipper seed growing area. Reduced yields this fall (2013) would certainly be of concern for planting the 2014 crop next spring. EZLIABETH CITY DISTRICT, NORTH CAROLINA—-Light shipments expected to begin during the week of June 16-22 with significant volume not expected until the week of June 23-29. Unseasonably cool temperatures and wet field conditions have delayed production. Currently, no F.O.B is being reported. FIRST REPORT. NEW BRUNSWICK CANADA (CROSSING THROUGH MAINE POINTS)—-Shipments light—-Movement expected about the same. Trading moderate. Prices higher. Russet Norkotah U.S. One or Canada No. One tote bags approx. 2000 pounds per cwt. 4-9 ounce 11.00-15.00.

Potatoes for processing MINNESOTA-NORTH DAKOTA (RED RIVER VALLEY)—-Shipments to Chippers 48-43-37—-Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Too few open market sales to establish a market. ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT, NORTH CAROLINA—-Light shipments expected to begin during the week of June 09-15. Unseasonably cool temperatures and wet field conditions have delayed production. Currently, no F.O.B is being reported. FIRST REPORT.

Potatoes for seed IDAHO—-Shipments 144*-90*-**—-Movement expected to remain about the same. No prices reported. Idaho seed shipments year to date are 7,423,000 cwt which is up 2 percent from last season. *revised. **unavailable. MINNESOTA-NORTH DAKOTA—-Shipments 144-90*-87—-Movement expected to remain about the same. No prices reported. Red River Valley seed shipments year to date are 1,386,000 cwt which is down 24 percent from last season. *revised. MONTANA—-Shipments 116-55-11—-Movement expected to remain about the same. No prices reported. Montana seed shipments year to date are 2,619,000 cwt which is down 7 percent from last season. *revised. COLORADO—-Shipments 10-5-3—-Movement expected to remain about the same. No prices reported. Colorado seed shipments year to date are 672,000 cwt this is down 24 percent from last season. WISCONSIN—-Shipments 68-0-0—-Movement expected to remain about the same. No prices reported. Wisconsin seed shipments year to date are 1,825,000 cwt this is up 4 percent from last season. *revised.


MARKETS

Futures

Edible beans

Sugar-11 futures Jul 13 Oct 13 Mar 14 May 14 Jul 14 Oct 14 Mar 15 May 15 Jul 15 Oct 15 Mar 16

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

Week High 16.66 16.99 17.95 18.02 18.11 18.35 18.81 18.64 18.43 18.53 18.95

Week Low 16.32 16.61 17.53 17.59 17.65 17.88 18.32 18.27 18.27 18.37 18.50

Cont High 24.60 24.53 24.45 24.10 23.88 23.79 23.00 21.86 21.65 20.78 20.08

Cont Low 15.02 16.12 17.53 17.59 17.65 17.88 18.32 18.27 18.27 18.37 18.50

Fri. Stlmnt 19.15 19.15 19.45 19.83 19.98 20.28 20.53 21.03 21.43 24.04 24.04

Week High 19.25 19.55

Week Low 18.45 19.01

20.15 20.50 21.25

20.05 20.21 20.35

22.00

21.30

Cont High 34.12 34.12 33.83 33.83 32.50 32.00 31.00 28.75 24.29 24.04 24.04

Cont Low 18.45 19.01 19.45 19.83 19.98 20.21 20.35 20.78 21.18 23.75 24.04

Fri. Stlmnt 634.50 617.40 573.70 573.70 1535.43 559.00 560.90 558.00 553.10 551.20 521.00 521.00 521.00 521.00 521.00

Week High

Winnipeg canola futures

W

Light crude oil futures

Fri. Stlmnt 16.43 16.77 17.70 17.75 17.81 18.05 18.46 18.36 18.32 18.42 18.59

Sugar-16 futures

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

646.50

577.20 576.90 572.40 564.40

Week Low

Cont Cont High Low 647.30 594.20 616.00 650.80 495.20 573.70 535.60 573.70 521.00 1535.431145.43 551.00 586.00 488.70 554.20 577.00 488.70 553.90 577.00 504.10 552.20 577.00 520.30 577.00 520.10 577.00 503.50 551.30 503.50 551.30 503.50 535.00 503.50 649.90 517.10

June 4

Fri. Stlmnt 96.03 96.27 96.32 96.05 95.58 95.01 94.44 93.90 93.39 92.90 92.49 92.16

Week High 96.39 96.60 96.61 96.34 95.87 95.30 94.70 94.07 93.63 93.00 92.49 92.55

Week Low 91.26 91.50 91.68 91.54 91.45 90.69 90.70 91.09 89.89 90.20 90.67 89.48

Cont High 109.31 109.03 108.78 108.63 108.52 108.87 108.22 108.03 252.47 107.66 107.49 107.33

Cont Low 79.17 79.31 79.45 79.60 79.75 78.88 41.15 80.18 80.33 80.48 80.63 80.78

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

Fri. Stlmnt 289.31 289.56 290.24 290.89 291.56 292.10 292.82 293.12 292.55 291.35 290.27 289.19

Week High 291.57 291.67 292.23 292.85 293.38 293.88 293.87 293.72 293.15 291.65 291.10 290.92

Week Low 276.40 277.45 278.78 280.04 280.59 281.83 285.56 286.47 286.00 285.00 284.00 282.91

Cont High 323.71 323.92 324.24 324.56 324.99 325.29 325.41 324.80 323.42 321.62 327.62 328.02

Cont Low 85.55 259.50 92.40 260.50 261.68 89.90 87.30 87.17 87.05 260.32 259.67 91.06

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

Fri. Stlmnt 2.8715 2.8562 2.8326 2.6951 2.6618 2.6380 2.6294 2.6344 2.6484 2.8084 2.7984 2.7809

Week High 2.8715 2.8678 2.8412 2.7024 2.6683 2.6441 2.6329 2.6344 2.6484 2.7574

Week Low 2.7840 2.7203 2.7018 2.5650 2.5358 2.5190 2.5345 2.5506 2.5644 2.7329

Cont High 4.3350 3.1184 3.0644 3.0238 2.9257 2.9237 2.9277 2.9402 2.9462 2.9522 2.9443 2.7809 2.6905 3.0200

Cont Low 1.7260 2.0829 2.1499 2.1523 2.1505 2.1439 2.1484 2.1604 2.1744 2.3014 2.3039 2.2939

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

Heating crude oil futures

Regular unleaded gas futures

Small reds Week ago

Year ago

Idaho/Wash. Michigan N.D.

33.00 33.00 33.00 31.00 33.00 32.00

50.00 50.00 50.00 45.00 50.00 48.00

Blacks

Pintos N.E. Colorado 33.00 Idaho 32.00 E. Wyo./W. Neb. 33.00 N.D./Minn. 31.00 Washington 32.00 N. Wyo./S.C. Mont. 32.00

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

45.00 na na

43.00 na na

42.00 40.00 na

na

na

50.00 na na

55.00 na 54.00

na

na

55.00

38.00 na

38.00 na

45.00 45.00

Small whites Idaho/Wash.

na

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

50.00 na na

Dark red kidneys Minn./Wis.

Pinks Idaho/Wash. N.D./Minn.

Michigan North Dakota

38.00 43.00 na

38.00 43.00 na

na na na

38.00 30.00

38.00 30.00

na 42.00

na 30.00

na 30.00

na 42.00

38.00 na

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40.00 na

20.00 20.00 15.00 na 27.00 25.00

na 17.00 15.50 na 30.00 29.00

na 16.67 20.00

15.00 15.00 18.00

Pea Beans Michigan North Dakota

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

Peas & lentils Idaho/Wash. Green (whole vine) 20.00 Green (upright) 20.00 Yellow (whole) 15.00 Aust. Winter na Lentils (Pardina) 27.00 Lentils (Brewers) 25.00 North Dakota Green (whole) na Yellow (whole) 15.00 Lentils (richlea) 20.00

Old crop peas are hard to find

INNIPEG, Manitoba — Geens have been tight all year, but yellows also are starting to run out. Exports to India have been heavy through the winter. Most of the pea crop on the prairies has been planted and has adequate moisture. Total acreage is probably a bit above last year. New crop harvest is approaching in Ukraine. The prairie pea market is set to be priced off new crop, maybe not right away but, internationally, it’s already happening. New crop trades at a $1 per-bushel discount to old crop. Pea prices are good. You’re getting $9 to $9.50 per bushel for yellows and more than $17 for greens. There may be some price strength this summer if the majors keep exporting in volume, but traders are already having trouble selling those $9 yellows in export markets. In any case, there are few uncommitted peas left in Western Canada and exporters will be reluctant to make new sales they don’t already have covered. That said, pea prices should remain strong. There will be little carryover, the new crop will not be huge and Indian demand should stay strong.

Lentils

AGWEEK / Monday, June 10, 2013 — PAGE 33

The lentil crop has been planted and has good moisture. As with peas, the market is poised to switch from old crop pricing to new crop and that means a 2-centper-pound discount. That switch normally takes place about mid-June. Early June is also a seasonal high for lentil prices. In most years, lentil prices decline from early June forward through harvest. Reds are the stronger market. The big buyer is India. The surprise is that the discount on greens has been so persistent. There are certainly adequate supplies of greens in Saskatchewan. They are being pulled up by the red market. The Western Canadian carryover of reds is set to

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there is limited selling pressure on new crop futures because farmers are waiting until the crop is further developed before making sales commitments.

Feed wheat

drop from 500,000 metric tons last August to 100,000 this August. Lairds, in contrast, look to increase from 150,000 metric tons to 300,000. Estons may rise from 30,000 metric tons to 60,000. No. 2 Lairds trade at 21 cents per pound, Estons trade at 22 to 23 cents and reds trade at 24 cents.

Feed wheat prices are at similar levels or only a slight discount to No. 1 Canadian Western Red Spring wheat at 13.5 protein. The upside is limited in the feed wheat market, as farmers will start to release high-quality lower protein milling wheat into feed channels. Cattle on feed numbers are declining after reaching their seasonal peak in late April. Therefore, domestic demand is starting to ease. We also see increased usage of imported dried distiller’s grains as the ethanol grind has increased in the past few weeks. The use of alternate feedgrains also will limit the upside in feed wheat values.

Canola cash prices firm

Barley update

John Duvenaud

Cash canola prices edged higher in the past couple weeks as commercial ownership drops to pipeline levels. The four-week average domestic crush pace continues to decline into the final two months of the crop year. Margins have come under pressure with weaker world vegetable oil values, which has also contributed to the slower crush pace. Exporters and crushers continue to struggle to cover their nearby requirements, which has caused larger volatility in the cash market. Strength in the soybean market has been supportive, but this is largely a result of higher meal values. The feedgrains complex will remain firm until new crop supplies come on the market. Western Canadian farmers have made significant seeding progress nearing completion in most regions. The upcoming crop is developing under favorable conditions. However, new crop canola prices have ratcheted higher on export demand. At the same time,

Cash barley prices in Southern Alberta continue in the range of $295 to $297 per metric ton delivered to the feedlot. Similar to wheat, lower domestic demand and increased use of alternate feedgrains has tempered the upside in the barley market. While the 2012 to ’13 carryout will drop to historical lows, the upside in the market is limited. There is usually a surge in farmer selling after seeding is completed, which also will limit upside price potential. The upcoming crop is developing under favorable conditions and we expect new crop supplies to come on the market in early August if normal growing conditions materialize. The world barley market feels soft with aggressive offers coming forward from the Black Sea region for August forward. The world market freight on board Vancouver, British Columbia, is near $250 U.S. per metric ton, which equates back to under $4 per bushel in central Saskatchewan.


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Wheat: export pace falls short

Markets stumble

Wheat gave back some of its gains last week, as improving weather forecasts combined with harvest activity to put pressure on wheat. For the week ending June 6, July Minneapolis gained 0.25 cents, September Minneapolis dropped 3.25 cents, July Chicago dropped 7.75 cents and July Kansas City slipped 12.5 cents. Wheat started the week higher, as a general buying frenzy helped support all of the grains. But once the fund selling started to pick up in the corn pit, wheat started to lose its enthusiasm. Wheat was able to shake off the selling pressure and actually recovered to end with modest gains. Wheat traded in a lackluster fashion June 4, as all three of the wheat exchanges traded on both sides of unchanged to start the day. Early support was from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s crop progress report, which continues to show poor planting progress in the Northern Plains, especially North Dakota. North Dakota producers only have 64 percent of their 2013 spring wheat planted, which means 2.2 million acres of spring wheat are left to get planted. With the final planting date for crop insurance fast approaching, it seems unlikely that all of these acres will get planted. The June 5 session traded with losses. Wheat did trade with small to modest gains at one point, but there was no follow-through buying to help keep the market on the plus side. Support continues to come from poor planting progress in the Northern Plains. The poor planting progress was overshadowed by spillover pressure from selling from the other grains, as well as from seasonal pressure, as wheat harvest is starting to speed up in the Southern Plains. So far, quality reports are good out of Texas, but yields are at the lower end of expectations. Wheat traded mixed to lower June 6. The winter wheat exchanges were under pressure from reports of an advancing winter wheat harvest. A disappointing export sales report added pressure to the winter wheat exchanges, as it appears that wheat exports will fall short of USDA expectations. The winter wheat exchanges had losses limited by reports that U.S. wheat garnered 61,000 million tons of a 163,605-million-ton sale to Japan. Spring wheat was the best performer, with support coming from planting concerns. As of June 2, 80 percent of the nation’s spring wheat crop was planted, compared with 79 percent the previous week and 92 percent for the five-year average. Sixty-one percent of the nation’s spring wheat was emerged, compared with 42 percent the previous week and 80 percent for the five-year average. North Dakota producers have 64 percent of their spring wheat in the ground (4 million of the 6.2 million intended). Spring wheat’s crop condition rating is at 64 percent good to excellent, 28 percent fair and 8 percent poor to very poor, 14 percent lower than last year’s rating. Seventythree percent of the nation’s winter wheat was headed, compared with 60 percent the previous week and 80 percent for the five-year average. USDA estimated the nation’s winter wheat crop condition rating at 32 percent good to excellent, 25 percent fair and 43 percent poor to very poor, an improvement of 1 percent from the previous week.

Corn: tight supplies

Markets

New crop corn futures were under pressure last week, while old crop remained near unchanged. The weekly progress report showed 8.7 million acres of seed still in the bag, with about 4 million acres considered late planted. The majority of acres left are in Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota. Weather forecasts are calling for rain in these areas as we approach the last big week for planting. For the week ending June 6, July gained 1 cent and December was down 19 cents. New crop contracts closed lower the first three days of the week. Pressure came from an improvement in planting progress and news that China bought its first

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cargo of corn from Argentina since the two countries signed an import agreement in February 2012. Export demand has been poor and U.S. corn remains at a premium to foreign competition. The December contract did bounce back on June 6, with support coming from excessive moisture that continues to delay planting. Talk of acres being switched to soybeans and larger prevented planting numbers also were supportive. The July contract held firm last week with tight stocks and bull spreading. The ethanol report was decent and also showed the highest weekly ethanol production number since June 1, 2012. Stocks remain tight and talk of the lack of an early harvested crop offered support. Ethanol production for the week ending May 31 averaged 885,000 barrels per day, down 2.1 percent from last year. Total ethanol production for the week was 6.2 million barrels. Corn used in production is estimated at 92.9 million bushels and needs to average 94.82 million per week to meet this crop year’s USDA estimate of 4.6 billion bushels. Stocks as of May 31 were 16.4 million barrels, down 22.6 percent from last year. The crop progress report showed planting progress at 91 percent complete, compared with 100 percent last year and 95 percent for the five-year average. Emergence is at 74 percent, versus 96 percent last year and 82 percent for the five-year average. The condition is rated as 63 percent good to excellent, 30 percent fair and 7 percent poor.

Soybeans: planting forecast improves Tight old crop supplies and planting concerns continue to support soybeans. Tight old crop supplies still warrant rationing of old crop supplies, while traders are starting to show concerns about planting progress, as wet conditions continue to delay timely planting. For the week ending June 6, July soybeans were up 17.25 cents, while November was 1.5 cents higher. Soybeans closed near the day’s highs on June 3, with strong gains in both old and new crop contracts. Tight supplies and strong crush demand provided support for old crop, while strong export sales and planting uncertainty the week ending May 31 supported new crop. Some unplanted corn acres are likely to switch to soybeans, but it is unclear how many acres at this time. Soybeans closed lower June 4, though at the higher end of the trading range. Pressure was tied to a dryer forecast in the next two weeks that is seen as favorable for planting. The softening basis and unconfirmed rumors of Chinese import cancellations limited the upside. Soybeans closed mixed on June 5 and 6 as the drier forecast should permit more planting in the coming weeks. Soybean acreage is expected to increase with acres switching from corn, but it remains difficult to predict how many acres will be planted. Strong crush and tight supplies continue to support old crop contracts. The June 6 export sales were considered neutral, coming in above the amount needed to keep pace with the USDA’s projection. USDA reported soybean export inspections pace for the week ending May 31 at 4.4 million bushels. Soybean export sales pace for the week ending May 31 was estimated at 23.5 million bushels (1.8 million for 2012 and 2013).

Barley

USDA reported barley export shipments pace for the week ending May 31 at 30,000 bushels (all to China). No barley export sales were reported for the week. As of June 2, 83 percent of the nation’s barley had been planted, compared with 78 percent the previous week and 93 percent for the five-year average. North Dakota producers have 58 percent of their barley planted, compared with 49 percent the previous week and 87 percent for the five-year average. This means 400,000 acres still are left to plant. Barley emergence was estimated at 62 percent, compared with 46 percent the previous week and 77 percent for the five-year average. Barley’s crop condition rating is estimated at 66 percent good to excellent, 29 percent fair and 2 percent poor. June 6 cash feed barley bids in Minneapolis were at $5 per bushel, while malting barley bids were at $6.75.

Durum

USDA reported durum export shipments pace for the week ending May 31 at 881,000 bushels, with 804,000 bushels going to Algeria. Durum export sales pace was estimated at 400,000 bushels. As of June 2, 54 percent of North Dakota’s durum crop was planted, compared with 53 percent the previous week and 78 percent for the five-year average. Durum emergence was at 30 percent, compared with 19 percent the previous week and 62 percent for the fiveyear average. Durum’s crop condition rating was estimated at 85 percent good to excellent, 14 percent fair and 1 percent poor. June 6 cash bids for milling quality durum were at $8.25 per bushel in Berthold, N.D., while Dickinson, N.D., bids were at $8.

Dry beans

As of June 2, 22 percent of North Dakota’s dry bean crop had been planted, compared with 8 percent the previous week and 63 percent for the five-year average. Minnesota producers reported planting progress at 44 percent complete, compared with 26 percent the previous week and 75 percent for the five-year average.

Canola

Canola futures on the Winnipeg, Manitoba, exchange closed the week ending June 6 with almost $21 (Canadian) losses. Canola started the week with small gains spilling over from an overall stronger performance in the vegetable oil complex. But this was to be the only session that canola traded with gains. For the rest of the week, canola played a follower to the U.S. soybean complex, which traded lower. Reports calling for favorable planting weather added pressure. As of June 2, 50 percent of North Dakota’s canola crop had been planted, compared with 41 percent for the previous week and 83 percent for the five-year average. Emergence was at 18 percent, compared with 9 percent for the previous week and 59 percent for the five-year average. Canola’s crop condition rating was estimated at 54 percent good to excellent, 24 percent fair and 22 percent poor to very poor. June 6 old crop cash canola bids in Velva, N.D., were at $27.62 per hundredweight, while new crop canola bids were at $24.32.

Sunflowers

As of June 2, 15 percent of the nation’s sunflower crop had been planted, compared with 9 percent the previous week and 43 percent for the five-year average. June 6 old crop cash sunflower bids in Fargo, N.D., were at $22.60 per hundredweight, while new crop bids were $23.60.


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markets

From the hill

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, 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

7.85 7.71 7.64 7.59 7.64 7.77 7.64 7.99 7.55 7.74 7.90 7.90 7.71 7.65 7.80 7.60

7.40

7.20 7.50 7.50 7.60 7.26 7.42 7.45 7.30

7.79 7.35

7.10 7.27 6.65 6.72 6.95 6.94 6.80 6.99

Barley feed malt

7.95 7.90 6.36

5.50

4.55 8.25 8.00

4.70

6.75

4.40

6.80

8.10 7.85 7.80 7.35 7.55

9.05 7.04

8.25

5.85

7.60 7.60 7.15 7.50

6.70 6.85 7.00

8.00

5.50 5.50

7.60 7.90 7.71 7.86 7.63 7.55 7.75 7.60 8.14

8.10 7.58 7.85 7.92 8.00 7.85 7.89 7.95

8.40

7.59 7.41 7.85

6.68 6.67 7.35 7.24 7.18 7.02 7.18 7.16 7.60

7.70

7.40

7.55 7.67 7.49

5.60

8.20

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6.44 6.46 6.66 5.03 6.36 6.66 6.41 6.46 6.46 6.61

4.98 5.08 4.88 4.89 4.98

Oats now

Flax Canola Sunseeds Soybeans now now nuSun now new

14.36 12.55

3.67 15.05 14.45 26.35 14.00 26.95 2.50 14.60 3.10 14.65 15.00 26.00 2.75 13.70 25.94

14.30 26.85

3.40 14.70 26.55 3.65

5.90

7.25

14.16 14.76 14.56 14.50 14.28 14.36

12.60 12.65 12.50 12.55 12.50

5.10

6.36 4.89 6.23

14.65 26.60

14.24 12.40 14.35

4.80 4.75

6.35 6.41 4.74

15.00 26.75 14.55 26.65

21.00 14.20 20.95 14.11 12.40

4.80 4.60

4.50

5.50

7.25

4.25

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2.42 5.64 Nov 5.19 -40

20.90

6.46 4.83

4.65

8.04 Oct 5.11 -48

22.25 21.00 14.01 12.30 21.90 14.40 12.50 14.06 21.75 14.46 14.28 12.65

5.00

4.70

8.15 7.80 7.35

7.73 7.33 7.80 7.50

6.61 4.99 6.53 6.16 6.21 4.63

6.36 4.94 6.28 7.42 6.41 6.97 5.14 6.72 7.02 4.96 6.72 4.91 6.86 5.04 6.64 4.95 6.84 5.03

7.36 7.50 7.55 7.53 7.67

Corn new

6.61 4.99

7.90 7.40 7.80

5.00 4.75 4.75

Corn now

4.62 Dec 5.22 -37

14.46 12.55 3.00 14.10 3.52 28.07 4.25 2.70 11.75

4.30

6.18

14.21 12.65 13.88 21.30 14.11 22.95 14.93 12.58 14.82 14.88 12.58 20.25 14.49 12.22 14.85 12.55 14.74 12.45 14.81 12.50

14.21 12.60

6.66 6.71 5.08 6.63 5.03 6.60 5.02 6.46 6.64 6.48 6.99 6.71 6.92 6.28 6.59

21.95 14.16 12.40

4.99 5.23 5.08 5.18 4.94

6.66 5.08 3.76 7.94 6.52 5.07 Jan Feb 5.24 5.27 -45 -42

2.99

4.00

3.10 13.25

14.56 14.56 12.65 20.50 14.20 12.68 13.80 12.62 14.81 14.49 15.11 14.76 14.91 13.95 14.31

12.55 12.65 12.60 12.70 12.32 12.55

14.76 12.65 3.35 14.25 26.67 Mar Apr May 5.35 5.41 5.44 -34 -35 -32

21.39 14.44 12.54 Jun Oct Nov 5.44 5.16 5.23 -38 -50 -43

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.

Senate will vote on final farm bill June 10 n

Prospects for passage are good

By Jerry Hagstrom Special to Agweek

WASHINGTON — The Senate will vote on final passage of the farm bill on June 10. Prospects for passage are good since the Senate voted 75 to 22 on June 6 to invoke cloture, which means ending debate on the bill after 30 hours. All 53 Democrats voted for cloture, and the Republicans were split down the middle, with 22 voting for it and 22 against. The bill is much the same as the bill the Senate approved last year, although this year’s bill contains a target-price commodity program alternative that was not in the bill last year. Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., Sen. John Thune R-S.D., and Sen. Mike Johanns, R-Neb., have objected to the program, saying it is backward policy, but southern senators and rice and peanut growers have insisted on it. The Senate rejected a bill to change the sugar program, but added an amendment that would reduce crop insurance premium subsidies for farmers who earn $750,000 or more. The bill covers farm and food policy through 2018. Using the congressional system of 10-year cost estimates, it would cost more than $900 billion over 10 years, with about 80 percent of that spending going to nutrition programs. The bill would cost $24 billion less than current programs if they were extended and will make a small $4 billion cut in the food stamp program, which is now known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. The vote on final passage will be preceded by a vote on a pending amendment sponsored by Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., related to the provision of high speed Internet service in rural America, and then vote on final passage. The Senate rules would allow for more amendments to be brought up during the 30 hours remaining, but that seems unlikely. The bill includes 38 amendments that the Senate passed in 2012 and 14 more amendments that were added this year. Senators filed more than 200 other amendments, but could not reach agreement on which ones to bring up or how long to debate them. Technically, there could be votes on other amendments or a package of noncontroversial amendments added en bloc, but Senate Agriculture Committee Chairwoman Debbie Stabenow, D-Mich., told Agweek on June 7 that she doubted any more amendments would be added to the bill. Stabenow said she is open to agreement on more amendments, but so far, senators had objected to bringing up any other amendments. The House is expected to take up the farm bill the week of June 17.

NatioNal News Midwest Dairy Association helps celebrate Dairy Month

n OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — During June Dairy Month, the Midwest

Dairy Association, which works on behalf of more than 9,500 dairy farm families across 10 Midwest states, has partnered with Feeding America, the nation’s leading domestic hunger-relief charity, to help fight hunger. Midwest Dairy will donate $1 for every view to its Feedin’ A Nation parody video up to $20,000. For each $1 raised, eight meals are secured by Feeding America on behalf of local food banks. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, more than one in five children in the U.S. may not know where they will find their next meal. Food insecurity and child obesity often go hand-in-hand. For many children, food insecurity and obesity stem from disrupted meal patterns, family stress and lack of access, especially during summer months without school meals. Midwest Dairy created the Feedin’ A Nation video to raise awareness of Midwest dairy farmers’ commitment to help feed the nation. The video includes more than 65 dairy farmers and was filmed at dairy farm family homes in Iowa, Minnesota and South Dakota in early March. Information: www.DairyMakesSense.com or www.FeedingAmerica.org.

— Agweek Wire Report


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REGIONAL NEWS

Acres of alfalfa lost to winter kill Farmers scramble to replace valuable cattle feed

n

By Elizabeth Baier

Minnesota Public Radio News

MANTORVILLE, Minn. — It’s been a difficult spring for thousands of dairy farmers across the Midwest who rely on protein-rich alfalfa to feed their cows. Farmers in Minnesota and Wisconsin have lost nearly 2 million acres of alfalfa, a perennial crop that normally emerges after winter. But the punishing effects of last year’s drought weakened the plants, and the long, icy winter killed many of them. Minnesota has lost about 750,000 acres of alfalfa; Wisconsin lost nearly 1 million acres. In a normal summer, farmers can harvest three, sometimes even four, cuts of alfalfa. But this year, farmers who have to replant will be lucky if they gather one or two. “It’s put us into a very dire state,” says Lisa Behnkin, University of Min-

nesota Extension regional educator for crops. “Forage production, forage needs, forage inventory are all at great risk right now.” That lost alfalfa has hit operations like the Durst Brothers Farm in Mantorville, run by Ron Durst and his two brothers. They milk about 1,500 cows and farm about 3,100 acres of corn, soybeans and alfalfa. Most of that crop goes toward forage to feed the cows. “It’s a mixture of corn silage and alfalfa hay leaves, a little dry hay, corn, protein, then a mix,” Durst says. “That’s basically what’s in it.” Durst lost all 900 acres of alfalfa. He says federal crop insurance will cover some, but not all of those losses. “I would say, with the loss of our alfalfa, and you couple with the late planting of our corn crop, I would say it’s a half a million dollars here, at this point and getting bigger each day,” he says with a nervous laugh. “It’s a lot of money.” Farmers who need to replant to replenish their feed reserves are delayed because of the nonstop rain, especially in southeast Minnesota. Durst has been

able to replant about two-thirds of the alfalfa fields. He’s relying on excess inventory from last year to feed his cows now. “By probably late July, August, that will be gone,” he says. “So we’ve actually bought a little hay now to stretch out our own supplies. It’s coming out of Colorado. It’s very expensive feed — $380 a ton for alfalfa. Traditionally, it’ll be $200 or less, so it’s more than doubled. And that’s even hard to find.”

Bringing it in Farmers in the Upper Midwest are scrambling to buy feed from Colorado, South Dakota and other states, Behnkin says. They’re also stretching what they have now while they plant more seed. But even that’s proving to be a challenge. “We haven’t really had a chance to plant what we really need so we can make up the feed supply in the fall,” she says. “So we’ve got two things going: we’ve got a short-term forage need because we lost that first crop of hay in many areas and we’re also running into a potential long-term forage loss be-

cause we can’t get things planted.” So far, only about 25 percent of alfalfa lost in the Upper Midwest has been replanted. University of Wisconsin-Madison Agronomist Dan Undersander says the alfalfa damage is the worst he’s seen since 1992. He says livestock producers will continue to feel the squeeze if they can’t replenish their alfalfa fields soon. Undersander anticipates some farmers will have to sell their cows and leave the milk production business altogether. “We’re hoping that we can keep a lot of these farmers in business, and that we can weather this bad economic situation with them,” he says. “But certainly, we will lose some number of farmers on account of this, and the cattle herds will decline to some extent.” Undersander says the big factor will be how wet the fields remain in the next few weeks. “The best that we can hope for is that we have warmer temperatures and good moisture the rest of the season to let us recover,” he says. “Otherwise, things are going to get really difficult by fall.”

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PIERRE, S.D. — The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission decided June 4 it must try to further fix South Dakota’s regulations for sales of grains, sorghums, beans and oilseeds. The commission ordered that a rulemaking docket be opened and a hearing be held at some point in July, so sellers and buyers can continue to engage in voluntary credit sales. The common practice allows harvested crops to change hands immediately under a verbal agreement, while price contracts are signed at later dates. A circuit judge ruled in April the voluntary credit contracts must be signed by both parties at an agreed price within 30 days of delivery. Otherwise, it is a cash sale and a check must be written by the buyer to the seller after the 30 days pass. The PUC’s action to open a docket again comes just months after the Legislature rewrote state laws on grain transactions.

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The Legislature approved changes in the law at the PUC’s request in the wake of the 2012 financial failure of Anderson Seed in Redfield, S.D. The PUC, in turn, adopted new rules this spring to comply with the new laws. But the PUC wants to find a shortterm solution after a judge disagreed with the commission’s interpretation of the requirements for a voluntary credit sale. Circuit Judge Tony Portra, of Aberdeen, S.D., said the ultimate remedy rests with the Legislature further changing the law. State lawmakers don’t meet in regular session again until January 2014. PUC member Chris Nelson says he wants the commission to adopt some additional new rules that could cover at least the later months of the harvest season this year. Nelson acknowledges that under the best timetable, the new rules won’t take effect until Sept. 8 at the earliest and thereby miss some of the 2013 harvest.

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DICKINSON, N.D. — Western North Dakota has been getting a big splash of Mother Nature’s dust control — rain — but that doesn’t mean it won’t be an issue when the rain stops and the prairie dries. When harvesting his fields last fall, Mike Schollmeyer noticed his yield sensor dropping the closer he got to oil field roads on his property. “My combine has a pretty nice yield monitor and computer system in it, and it lets me know exactly where my fields are doing well and where they need improvement,” the Dunn County farmer says. “Green is excellent yield and red is pretty poor yield. And you can see that change from green to red as you get closer to that road.” While there is a slight drop in yield near the edge of a field caused by higher tractor traffic, it’s nothing compared with that caused by scoria dust coming up off the road. “This is just a dust issue,” Schollmeyer says. But he noticed the biggest impact when the wells were being fracked — with an average 2,500 trucks driving down a road to complete the process. Once the exploration phase is complete, the truck traffic, and therefore major dust issues, drop dramatically. “I can document that we do have an economic loss because of this,” Schollmeyer says. “Really, the question is, ‘Who’s paying for it?’ It’s the farmer that has to pay for it. And if you have the misfortune of having a road going through your property, and that road is servicing two or three or four wells, you can have 10,000 trucks in a season going down one of these roads.” In neighboring McKenzie County, a place hit even harder by oil exploration, the county has budgeted $3.5 million for dust control, Operations Engineer Mike Dollinger says. “There’s lots of dust,” Dollinger says. “Most of the majority of it is due to oil — it’s the heavy truck traffic.” The dust — and the budget item —

weren’t there five years ago, Dollinger says. The same goes for Dunn County’s dust control, which is budgeted for $2 million this year, County Auditor Tracey Dolezal says. “It affects everything,” Dollinger says. “It affects the way the crops grow; the crops that are within a quarter- to half-mile of the roads. It’s in the houses, it’s everywhere.” In Dunn County, Oxy and Marathon Oil regularly have representatives at county commission meetings, Dolezal says. Financially, oil companies aren’t directly supporting dust control efforts in McKenzie County, Dollinger says. “The oil companies are being taxed,” Dollinger says. “And they figure their taxes are what should come back to us.” McKenzie County is expected to get $32.5 million back in oil impact funds. It’s not just the impact from dust that worries Schollmeyer. He has a few wells on his land, and oil companies spray the pads with sterilant, which kills all plant life trying to grow on the scoria. “If you get a drenching rain — if you get an inch of rain in 10 minutes — that scoria will actually run off into your field and then get deposited in your field,” Schollmeyer says. “Now your field is contaminated with a sterilant.” He’s had the Environmental Protection Agency out to check the soil, but has had issues proving the contamination came from the oil pads. “I don’t own the mineral (rights), but I do own the surface and basically, you can’t stop them from drilling, they can drill whether you want them to or not, but at least you should be able to tell them what kind of chemicals they can spray on your land,” Schollmeyer says. “The oil companies can spray anything they want, even though it’s your property.” If the companies used agricultural herbicides, such as Roundup, the impact wouldn’t be as devastating, Schollmeyer says. “If they spray sterilants year after year after year on an oil site, how do they plan on putting that ground back in production 25 years from now?” Schollmeyer asks.


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2.42” 1.69” 9.86” 0.63” 268% 155%

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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 Ford F-350 1986 1-Ton, 10x7.5 flatbed, 10,000 miles on rebuilt engine, 300 6cyl., 4 speed, 116,000 miles, no rust, chrome wheel covers, 1-ton crane, pto hydraulic system, electric trailer brake control, dual fuel tanks, runs great, serviced out & ready to go. Minto, ND 218-779-0833 2 sets of half fenders, stainless steel, like new 605-880-6246 FOR SALE: 1996 Ford F250 4x4 XLT 7.3 Diesel engine, Call 605-439-3587

OF BISMARCK 3800 E. Commerce Dr. Bismarck, ND. 58501

701-255-7555

701-282-6200

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 (4) 2007 IH 8600, Day Cab, ISM Cummins, 410HP, 10 speed, white, 171” wheel base, Jake brake, new rubber, excellent shape, 287,000-419,000 miles, $30,000-$32,000 each. 507-381-9778 95 Freightliner, box and hoist, truck has Cummins M11 @ 370 HP, 10 speed with air up and air down, stearable push ax, low miles, box is 20ft all steel, 60in sides, hoist and roll tarp, $32,000. Call 605-532-3367 or 605-530-6606 1996 Volvo - Autocar, VED 12L, 425 hp. Volvo 14 speed transmission (synchronized) full lockers, wet kit, T-ride suspension, 12F, 40R. 11.00x24.5 tires, tire boss air kit with Cancade 34' end dump trailer, 425 super single, tri-axle, roll tarp. Both in excellent condition, sharp, low miles. 701-741-4901 or 701-599-2080

‘07 International 9900 IC 13 with a 13 spd, aluminum wheels, 723k miles, $33,000 ‘04 Peterbilt 379 ISX 535HP 13 spd, 70” sleeper, aluminum wheels, virgin tires, deer guard, $32,500. ‘07 Wilson Hopper trailer 33’ 102” wide, 78” tall, air ride, aluminum wheels, new tires, $23,000 ‘07 Merritt Hopper trailer 42’ long, 96” wide, 68” tall, high hopper clearance, $21,750. Call 605-226-0381 or 605-228-1302

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: 2001 Freightliner 4 axle tractor, remanded 500 Detroit less than 500 miles, 15 speed & 20000# dual pusher. 46000# rear w/4:30 ratio. Rebuilt 13000# front axle, new spindles bearings, springs & shocks. New 315 Steer tire & aluminum rims. Call: Bob 605-432-6865 Cell: 605-291-9892

www.allstatepeterbilt.com $94,900

$69,900

(2) Available

2012 KW T660 Daycab, MX engine, 455HP, 10 spd, has remaining eng warranty. $37,900

2006 International 9200i ISX Cummins Engine 435 HP; 632,434 Miles; Diesel; 10 Spd; Engine Brake; Air Ride Susp.; 3:70 Ratio; 11 R 22.5 Tires; Aluminum/Steel Wheels; 167 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive; Steers 90%, Drive Front 80%, Drive Rear 80%. 90% Brakes. Very Clean Inside and Out with No Damage. JUST IN; $32,000

1990 MACK RD688S Mack Engine 350 HP; 711,000 Miles; 9 Spd; 11R22.5 Tires; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive; Jake, Heated Mirrors, Tilt, No Rust, Clean Truck, Box Dimensions are 20' x 60" x 96", Head Lift Hoist, Roll Tarp, 3 Pcs and End Gate, 70% of Steer Tires, 80% of Drive Tires, 80% of Brakes; $20,000

2008 KW T800 Daycab, ISX engine, 450HP, 10 spd, Low Miles! $34,900

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

2007 IH 8600 Daycab, ISM engine, 410 HP, 10 spd, Low Miles!

$19,900

$9,900

2005 INTERNATIONAL 9200i ISX Cummins Engine 435 HP; 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! $31,000

2003 International 9200i 72 in Pro Sleeper; ISX Cummins Engine 475 HP; 904,000 Miles; 13 Spd; Air Ride Suspension; 11R22.5 Tires; Aluminum Wheels; 260 in Wheelbase; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive; New Steers, Drive Front and Rears, Clean Inside and Out. Many Options Including Jake, Cruise, Tilt and Telescoping, Power Windows, Locks and Mirrors. Heated Mirrors. Airride Cab, Air Dumps, Load Gauge and Dual Exhaust; $27,900

2012 Maurer 28 ft Length; LP 24.5 Tires; Steel Composition; Red with White Tarp and White Stripes. 2 Sight Window, Side Shoot, Ladder and Catwalks; $21,500

LEASE & FINANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE

1998 IH 9400 sleeper, Det S60 engine, 430 HP, 13 spd, 70” midroof sleeper

1988 Pete 377 Daycab, 3306B engine, 300 HP, 9 spd, good runner w/ Low Miles!

(7) 2005 - 2007 KENWORTH T800's, ISX Cummins, 450 HP, 3-Pedal Autoshift, 10 Spd, 3:70 Ratio, 188" WB, AG 400, All Alum, Splendor Int, 618,393 - 773,354 Miles. $39,900-$42,500

45' and 53' Trailers Available

(3) Available

2007 FL CL120 Daycab, MBE engine, 435 HP, 10 spd, 190” wb

2009 KENWORTH W900L, C-15 Cat, 15 SP, 550 HP, AG 380, 3:55 Ratio, 272" WB, 82" Studio Sleeper, APU, 678,541 Miles. Has Had Engine Work Call For Details. $67,900

(320) 795-2827 • Hancock, MN www.kannegiessertrucksales.com

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

“Check our Website for More Trucks and Details!”

2005 KENWORTH T800, ISM Cummins, 3-Pedal Autoshift, 188" WB, 3.90 Ratio, Jake, AG 400 Susp, All Alum, Splendor Int., 706,214 Miles, 169,000 on a Recon Eng. $39,900

V

ALLEY

BRAKE SERVICE AUTO & TRUCK SALES www.valleybrake.com Grafton, ND

701-360-2229 or 701-352-0622

“Serving the area since 1991”


AGWEEK/Monday, June 10, 2013 A5

•2006 Freightliner Century Class Daycab, C13 Cat w/10spd. •2005 International 9400I w/72" Pro Sleeper, ISX Cummins w/450 & 12spd. auto shift. •'05 Freightliner Columbia, 58" flattop sleeper, w/450 Mercedes & 10spd. •2004 9400 International Daycab w/ISX Cummins 430 & autoshift. •2004 Volvo Daycab, VED12, 365 & 10spd. 701-710-0506 or 701-680-0335

•New 38½' Merritt Ag Hopper. •New 38' Hart Steel Ag Hopper. •1999 XL Specialty, 48x102 step deck, spread axle, air ride. Coming In •New Felling 53'x102 step deck, spread axle air ride. •New 20' 14,000# utility trailer •12' single axle utility trailer with ramps. Call: 701-710-0506 or 701-680-0335

Y83 GMC 6.2 diesel 1/2 ton pickup. Runs well, tires good, body needs some work. $1,250 Y76 GMC 1 ton dually truck #30 with radial tires. Motor like new. Has utility box with 300-gallon dsl tank and electric pump. Also 80-gallon gas tank with pump. Miller welder, 200 L.E. generator and air compressor. $7,500 Y86 International Semi tractor, L-10 with 9-speed trany and two-speed axle. Good tires. $12,500 Y77 International Semi tractor with 10 speed trany. Good tires. Engine leaks or uses some oil but has done this for years. Power steering. Works well. $4,000 Y79 Timpte trailer with roll tarp 58 in sides with 18-inch top boards. Tires are fair. $3,500 Y94 Dakota trailer, 42 foot. 62-inch sides with 16 in Alm top boards, electric roll tarp and good tires. $6,500 Contact Jerry Gruman 703-232-4832 or 703-232-4713 Hannaford, ND 2001 Mac Daycab with wet kit. Excellent Condition. Call 701-321-1333

FOR SALE: 2 Tandem Trucks.

•1971 Chevy with 19' box, tip tops & roll tarp. •1974 IHC with 20' box. *Tires on both are good, both have had engine work done and ready to go. Call: 701-302-0981 or 701-947-5508

FOR SALE: 1998 Merritt cattle pot, 51’, tandem axles, air ride, 50% floors, tires and brakes. Good straight trailer. 1997 Wabash dry van, 53’, tandem axles, air ride, with shop bench and shelves, no leaks. Good roadworthy trailer. 605-670-1332

1999 International 9200 with 22 foot aulick grain/silage box hydraulic end gate with roll tarp and silage extension. C-12 with 13 speed trans double framed and pintle hitch. Call Micheal at 701-527-1336

1992 Wilson Hopper 42’x96x66 low side, air ride, standard 2 speed hopper doors, good tarp. Also 1977 Polar stainless steel insulated 6500 gallon tanker, good condition. 402-369-0212

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

Trailers and Gravel Equipment

Y1992 Ford 8000 Gravel Truck, Ford engine, fresh overhaul-trans, truck very good condition, box avearge condition, $12,500 Y16' Demolition box, 1/2" floor 3/8 sides, head hoist, average condition, $4,500 YLoad King tri-axle clam trailer, $4,500 YHyster 20' tilt bed, dual tandem, elec brakes, $4,500 YMiller 20' tilt bed, dual tandem, air brakes, $5,900 Y4 - 45' flat beds, spring ride tandem, $4,500 to $10,500

Magnum Manufacturing 701-347-5426

2 MATCHED

2007 International 9400i, Cat C-13, 410 Hp, 772,000 Miles, 9 Spd, Jake, A/R Susp, Alum Fronts, 187" WB, A/C, Tilt, Cruise. $22,900

2006 Freightliner, Cat C-7 Acert, 2005 Kenworth T800B, 210 HP, 202,960 Miles, Automatic, Cummins ISM, 410 HP, 10 Spd, Spring Susp, 254" WB, 24' x 96" Van Jake, A/R Susp, Alum Wheels, 206" WB, Body, Hyd Lift Gate, 26,000 GVW, 12,000 lb FA, 36" Flat Top Sleeper, Out of the Penske Fleet. Rust Free California Truck! $18,900 $33,900

13 SPEED

6 AVAILABLE

2005 Peterbilt 379, Cummins ISX, 450 HP, 742,000 Miles, Eaton Fuller 13 Spd, 250" WB, Dual Exhaust, Dual Air Cleaners, 63" Ultra Cab, California Truck! Exceptionally Clean! $46,900

EZ-Rider ATV Mounted Sprayer

100-200 Gallon Pull Type ATV Sprayer

55 - 200 Gallon, 3 Pt. Sprayers 6’ - 30’ Boom

36” Walk Behind Weed Roller

Estate Sprayer 25 gallon - 55 gallon

888-416-4544

We ship anywhere! West Nile

Office: 701-282-2260

West Fargo, ND

Contact your nearest dealer or call

Toll Free 1-877-915-8790

www.northcountrymarketing.biz

2006 Freightliner Columbia 120, Series 60 Detroit , 14.0 L, 515 HP, 576,668 Miles, Jake, A/R Susp, 171" WB, 12,000 lb FA, 40,000 lb RA, Eaton Fuller 10 Spd, Out Of The Penske Fleet, Rust Free California Trucks! $29,900

AUTOSHIFT

2005 Freightliner Columbia 120, Mercedes-Benz, 450 HP, 596,908 Miles, Jake, A/R Susp, Alum Wheels, 179" WB, 12,000 lb FA, 40,000 lb RA, Eaton Fuller 10 Spd, Out of the Penske Fleet, Rust Free California Truck! $24,900

48” Pull Type Utility Vehicle Mounted Sprayers

2006 Freightliner Columbia 120, 60 Series Detroit, 12.7 L , 425 HP, A/R Susp, 168" WB, Single Axle, 12,000 FA, 23,000 RA, Eaton Fuller 10 Spd, Rust Free California Truck! $19,900

2 AVAILABLE

3004 Thunder Road South, Fargo, ND Bob Stover - Sales 701-361-3060 Brad Nudell - Sales 701-540-7556

www.jandmtrucksales.net

1995 GMC Topkick Dump Truck, Cat Engine, Allison Automatic, Spring Susp, Double Frame, 12' Box. $14,900.

2006 International 9200i, Cat C-13, 19,000 lbs Empty Weight! Autoshift, New Alum Reiten Box, Comes With New Roll Tarp, Double Framed, Alum Wheels. $62,900. JUST IN 12-2006 Columbia Daycabs, Detroit Engines, 1 w/Cat Engine, All Rust Free California Trucks Out Of Penske Fleet, CLEAN! CLEAN! CLEAN!

IT'S A FACT!! THAT WE HAVE THE CLEANEST, MOST REASONABLY PRICED TRUCKS IN THE TRI-STATE AREA!


A6 AGWEEK/Monday, June 10, 2013

2005 Silverado LT crew cab, 1 ton dually Duramax diesel, 63,351 mi, fully loaded w/extra 100 gal tank, Onstar, dual 5th wheel hitches, Bose 6 CD, trailer brake. Call 605-228-4813

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!

2003 International 2674, N14 Cummins 435 hp, Jake, 13 spd, Hendrickson air ride, a/r cab, 3:90’s, new 11R22.5’s, 14,000 lb front, factory double frame, new 23' Reiten aluminum box, dual rear controls, rear pintle & receiver hitch, 480,000 miles. Well equipped truck.

2003 Timpte Super Hopper, 78" high , 48' long, 102" wide, 10'2" tri axle, standard hoppers, tires and brakes 70%, for sale $24,900 or lease $1,100 month, call 605-881-7084

2005 Kenworth T800 Extended Cab, C15 Cat 435 hp, Jake, 10 spd, air ride, 225 wb, Virgin 24.5’s, half fenders, dual exhaust, all alum’s, new brakes & drums, new ECM & harness, Cat Tune-Up, low miles. Sharp looking truck!

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!

2005 Kenworth T-800 Day cab, Cat 430HP, 10 spd, double frame, 46lbs rears, air ride, 4.30 ratio, 162" wb, alum whls, new drive tires, 1/2 fenders, 240649 miles, $48900. 2006 Kenworth T-600, C-15 Cat, 13 spd, 72" aerocab slpr, 221" wb, 914027 miles, red, $28900. 2007 Kenworth W-900, Cummins ISX 530, 18 spd, 72" aerocab slpr, 272" wb, 892811 miles, APU, white/blue, $43900. 2008 Peterbilt 388, 475 Cat, 10 spd, 3.42 ratio, dual exhaust, dual air cleaners, air ride, double framed, 695000 miles, $44500. Call Val at 417-529-8850

Take your pick of these 3 nice farm trucks: •2000 Volvo, 801,000 miles, 21' box. •1995 9200 International, 595,000 miles, 21' box; $37,500. •1994 8100 International, 432,000 miles, 20' box; $30,000. *All have Cummins motors, third lift pusher axles, big grip tires, beet gates, safe T pull. Call: 218-988-2075 2010 Wilson Pacesetter 43’x96”x78”, Ag hoppers, air ride, new virgin 225 Low Pro tires, aluminum subframe. Very nice trailer. Call 605-350-1138 or 605-352-0463 Ask for Joel.

1999 International 9400 Eagle 500hp N14 Cummins with 13 spd, new tires, injectors, fuel lines, chrome pipes. Nice, tight clean truck, $14,000 OBO Call 605-280-6520 3 - 2007 Freightliner 120, daycabs, 450 hp Detroits, 3 pedal automatics, Jakes, all service records, fleet maintained, $34,500 each. Contact Shane at 701-866-9864

1988 IH 6x6 Heavy Duty truck, DT466, 10 spd Eaton transmission, Hendrickson suspension, low miles, excellent shape. Call 701-204-2832 FOR SALE: 1999 48' 6,400 gallon Reefer Water Trailer w/3" pump & mix cones. Also, two 53' Van Trailers For Sale. 701-642-9275 1999 Ford F550 4x4, flat bed dump, 7.3 Liter Power Stroke Diesel, 6 speed, air, cruise, 94,000 low, low, miles. Like new, $21,900. 320-760-0301

2009 42' Trail King Live Bottom Trailer, 63" belt, power tarp, Super Single tires. Call: 320-894-7600

03 8100 International, ISM Cummins, triple axle, twin screw, 10 speed, 400HP with 20’ Meyerink grain silage box, tarp, $59,500. 605-661-2777

2005 Transcraft step deck, 48’x102, air ride spread, combo, left side winches, tool boxes, 70% tires and brakes, alum wheels, $24,500. Call 605-460-0655

2007 Wilson Commander hopper bottom trailer, Ag hoppers, 43x72x96, LowPro 22.5 tires, aluminum wheels, air ride. Call 605-261-1587

04 GMC 2500 HD Diesel, excellent shape, 118K actual miles, leather, loaded, good tires, long box, 4 door, extra clean inside and out, 6.6 DuraMax diesel, 4x4, sharp, $16,900/offer. 701-318-2086 01 Chevy 2500 HD Diesel, nice shape, 6.6 Duramax diesel, Allison transmission, 4x4, 133K miles, 4 door, no rust, new tires, clear title, long box, sharp, $9,800/offer. Call 701-318-2086 AGWEEK ads cover 4 states and bring results. Call 888-857-1920

Chevy Silverado LS, 2002, 1500 HD, 4WD, crew, Vortec 6000 V8 SFI gas engine, 95303 miles, pwr windows, pwr brakes, tow pkg, satellite radio, $9,875. 605-380-4339 2006 IHC 9400-C15 Cat, 475-550 HP, 493,000 ecm miles, 10 speed auto shift with clutch, clean southern truck, $32,500. Knight Truck Sales, 605-225-1196 5 - 2003 KW T800's, daycabs, 400hp Cummins, 10spd, Jakes. Contact Shane at 701-866-9864

DAY CABS IN STOCK

4- 2004 Frt’l Columbia CL120 Cat C12’s 380/410 Pre-Emission Low as $24,900 Stock # 26135 DDE Series 60’s 14L 490 HP All have Jakes, 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 ISM 380/425 HP Jake Brake 10sp 3.73 Ratio 171” WB #45775 Reduced to $33,800 2006 International 9200i Auto 3 Pedal AutoShift 3.90 Ratio ISM 370/410 HP w/Jake Brake 2006 Columbia Heavy Hauler 10sp AutoShift w/Clutch Pedal C15 Cat 475 HP 10sp 3.9 Ratio 16,000 # Front 45,000# Rear’s Dual Locking Differential PTO w/Wet Kit, 319,710 Miles 2007 Freightliner FLD Classic CAT 430 HP 10sp Jake 3.58 California Ryder Lease Truck 2007 Frt’l Columbia CL120 DDE Series 60 455 HP 10sp Jake 3.90 Ratio PTO/Wet Kit

SLEEPERS IN STOCK 1 - 2001 Freightliner Columbia, C12 Cat 410 hp, Jake, 13 spd, 3:90’s, 188 wb, a/r cab & suspension, dual a/r seats, excellent 11R22.5 Virgin’s, all aluminum’s, headache rack, tool box, new paint, only 298,000 miles. Nice southern truck!

2007 International 9400i 58” Mid Rise Double Bunk CAT C15 425 HP Jake 10sp

2002 Freightliner Classic, ISM 400 hp, Jake, 4560 Allison Automatic, 4:89 ratio, 183 wb, 14,600 lb front, 46,000 lb rears, double frame, excellent 315’s, all aluminum’s, air ride cab & suspension, 2-line wet kit, only 330,000 miles. Very rare truck!

LOCATED AT THE FORMER

RUAN TRUCK SALES

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

fargotrucksales.com

COMING IN! 2006 Freightliner Classic, C15 Cat 435 hp, Jake, 10 spd, 4:33 ratio, all polished aluminum’s, 200 wb, new 2002 Peterbilt 378, 6NZ Cat 475 11R22.5’s. Clean low mileage hp, Jake, 13 spd, 14k & 46k, 215 Truck! wb, 4:33’s, a/r cab & suspension, long Holland a/s 5th, Headache 2000 Kenworth T800, 42" flat top, rack, tool box, 2 spd rear-end, all 475 Cat, Jake 13 spd, only 547,000 alum’s, Michelin 11R24.5’s, new miles. Turbo, rear end & transmission New 38.5’ & 40’ PLG & Merritt Ag work, 546,000. Very clean Hopper Bottom Trailers. heavy duty truck!

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

2005 Gerringhoff Corn Head, 12 Row, 22 Inch, with Head Sight, Lots of NEW Parts, Field Ready, $63,500

2004 IH 9200i Eagle Semi Tractor, C15 Cat Engine, 10 Speed Transmission, Air, Cruise, Tilt, Air Slide Plate, Steel Wheels, Dual Fuel Tanks, CLEAN, $23,500

1998 Great Dane 36 ft Water/Fertilizer Reefer Trailer, Tandem Axle, Side Wilrich 50 ft 2500 Field Door, Set Up with NEW 3--1700 gallon Cultivator, Walking Tandems, Water/Fertilizer Tanks, Honda Pump, Knock on Shovels, 4 Bar 30 gallon Chemical Mix Cone, All Hose Harrow, FIELD READY, $6,500 and Valves, Field Ready, $12,250

1999 Kidron 28 ft Water/Fertilizer Reefer Trailer, Set Up with NEW 2-1500 gallon Water/Fertilizer Tanks, Honda Pump, 30 gallon Chemical Mix Cone, All Hose and Valves, Field Ready, $8,000

45 ft Flatbed Trailer Set Up with NEW 4--1600 gallon Water/Fertilizer Cone Bottom Tanks, 5.5 HP Honda Pump, 30 gallon Chemical Mix Cone, All Hose and Valves, Field Ready, $16,250

2004 IH Truck, Single Axle, 466 Diesel Engine, 7 Speed Transmission, with a 28 ft Van Body, Roll Door, with or without 16 Ton Tyler Fertilizer Tender, 2--1600 gallon Water/ Fertilizer Tanks, All Stainless, Side Shooter, Roll Mix Cone, and Honda Pump, $22,500 Tarp, Hyd Tank, $9,250

1976 Mack DM600 Truck, 6 Speed Transmission, Mack 300 HP Engine with an Inframe Overhaul, Rebuilt Drive Train, 4-11 Rear Ends, 20 ft Westgo Box, Twin Post Scissor Hoist, Air Down, Aluminum Walk Ramps, 15 ft Long, 3rd Axle, Roll Tarp, Beet Gates and Latches, Current DOT, $22,500 OBO 2 ft Wide, with Grip Tread, $200


AGWEEK/Monday, June 10, 2013 A7

MISCELLANEOUS 1982 Heil Tanker: 6500 gallons, 3" trash pump, load ready. $24,000. Call Luke, 701-640-9852. 13111 Wheatheart Auger: 2 years old, slightly used, $23,500. Contact Luke, 701-640-9852. 2007 Timpte hopper bottom grain trailer, Ag hoppers, 43x72x96, 11R22.5 tires, aluminum/steel wheels, air ride. Call 605-261-1587

WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY: 894 38” John Deere Corn head with Power takeoff hookups and side hill sensors. Eldon Nilson at Alcester, SD home 605-934-2024 or cell 605-759-1478 Older 9-110 HP Wheel Loader with approximately 2.5 yard bucket and grapple. Must be well-maintained and in excellent condition. Also a 25” combine header trailer. LuVerne, ND - 58056 Call 701-845-1417

FOR SALE: 3 pt row guidance systems and monitor, like new. Spray coupe transport trailer, Minneapolis Moline wheels weights, anhydrous nicolator and manifold, anhydrous slide hitch, 3 pt track whacker, 16ft hydraulic drill fill auger, 12ft-12V 4in drill fill auger, 8’-10’ John Deere pull type cultivator. 701-430-3188 WORK WANTED: will take out old tree rows, clean up old building sites, grub out old stumps, pile up trees and brush- clean tight piles for burning, will also break up CRP acres as well as ditching, 25 years experience in business. Call Erickson Bulldozing and Excavation Service. Eric 218-686-8720 Trees for sale. Tree Transplanting, Bobcat work, excavating, shoreline restoration, Landscape Curbing. 701-640-7513 701-640-2734 AVAILABLE TO HAUL gravel, lime, fertilizer & grain. 701-640-2734. New Holland CM224 front mount mower, 72”, like new. 605-880-6246

MISCELLANEOUS

MISCELLANEOUS

ALL TYPES of custom gunsmithinc custom alterations on sporting clays and tray shotguns, special length of pulls, adustable combs. Also handguns for sale and rifles of many types, reloading tools and components. Summer Sale. Stainless steel hunting rifle rebarreling offer barrel $349.95, Installation $195. Northern Rifle Accurizing, Grand Forks. Open 12 to 8, 218-779-1784 CUSTOM rifle building, Rifle Accurizing, we custom build AR rifles, AR parts and receives, MI garand rifle rebarreled, restocked and parts. We specialize in building and accurizing long range hunting rifles and the scope for shooting long range. Northern Rifle Accurizing, Grand Forks. Open 12 to 8, 218-779-1784 1999 Kenworth WD900 18-wheeler, w/wet kit, brand new tires, main bearings, rod bearings & head has been worked on, 18spd, very good truck; $25,000. 1983 Dutchman Camper, needs a little work; $3500. Dickinson, ND Call: 701-260-3629

MISCELLANEOUS

ON HAND at standard prices; Glock, Sig Saur, Ruger, Smith Wesson, handguns. New for 2013 Ruger 10.22 stainless steel take downs. Savage Rimfire rifles in right hand, left hand, standard and match grades, ladies and youth size rifles. AR-15 stripped lower receivers, AR-15 custom barrels, AR parts. Northern Rifle Accurizing, Grand Forks, 218-779-1784

NEW! Guns-N-Bow Stand 6x6 Octagon w/360 degree view, 8 windows - 4 vertical, 4 horizontal. All windows tinted bronze. Call for Sale Prices and FREE Brochure. We accept all major credit cards. 320-815-9898

FOR SALE: Two V.H.F. business bank radio towers. One 60' with 20' antenna, One 40' and (6) radios and one base station. All very good. Located at Hallock, MN. Buyer to take down towers. $1000 for all. Call 218-843-1023

Black Hills and Blue Spruce Evergreens for Sale. 6-10 foot. $10 per foot. 701-640-0754

Will transport equipment with de-tach low boy within 500 mile radius of Watertown SD. 605-520-5316

1995 2005 1995 FREIGHTLINER KENWORTH W900 INTERNATIONAL M11 Cummins, 9200i 10.3L CAT3176,10-spd., 10 spd, 23’box, box,elec plastic liner, 23’ tarp, tag 168K mi., Hend. Susp.

ISX Cummins diesel, 450 hp., 22’ box, elec. tarp, tag axle

1979 INTERNATIONAL S2200

Cummins dsl., 9-spd., 292K mi. 22’ box, 2’ ext., plastic liner, Pusher, pintle hitch w/air

COMING IN

2008 9200i IHC, ISM Cummins, 10 Speed, Air Ride, All Alum. Wheels

SUPER H FARMALL

Want Super H Farmall tractor. Call 701-238-4748.

Wanted to Buy: Skidsteer (good condition) for $10,000 or less with at least 1,500 lbs of lift capacity. Chris, 701-730-5860.

2008 FORD F450 XL EXT CAB

Auto, V10, 4x4, 167K mi., 9’ service body & crane

Wanted To Buy: Grain Dryer, preferably 6500 Ver-tech. Call: 204-871-0925

WANTED: Hydraulic lift Donahue trailer, 30ft or longer. Call 701-640-0386

MISCELLANEOUS

2006 M-2 Freightliner, C-7 Cat, 9 Speed, Long Wheel Base, Tandem

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

2 - 2006 9200 IHC, ISM Cummins, 10 Speed, Air Ride, All Aluminum Wheels NEW Cub Cadet RTZ54, 24 HP Kawasaki, 54’ Cut

Want to hire someone with logging truck and boom to help saw logs NE of Detroit Lakes, MN. Call Chris, 701-730-5860.

2007 9200 IHC, ISX Cummins, 10 Speed, Air Ride

2-2013 Loadline 34’ End Dump, Tri-Axle

2007 9200 IHC, ISX Cummins Autoshift, Air Ride

NEW 14' Box Scraper w/Hyd. Tilt Also: 1 Used 16’ Big Hammer Box Scraper

New Cub Cadet Z Force S, 25 HP Kawasaki, 60” Cut

42’ Drop Deck Van Trailer

New 14’ Angle Blade w/Hyd. Tilt

Nice Selection of Cub Cadet 10 Cu. ft. Carts, Spreaders, Sprayers, & 4 Stroke Weedeaters

Call Ron Corrick TM

(701)454-6174 • Cell 701-520-0187 I-29 Exit 187, Drayton, ND


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MISCELLANEOUS Ford & Dodge Cummins EGR delete kit - $1 (Huron) Are you like everyone else getting really bad fuel mileage out of your new Cummins diesel..??? We can help... EGR kits, DPF kits and programmers in stock and ready to install. Increases fuel mileage to around 20 mpg and increases horse power around 75 additional Call for more details 605-353-9999 or 605-354-4675

MISCELLANEOUS "Enoch Saga"

Horsepower to Satellite in a Single Lifetime. 228 pages Personal and Technological History of Enoch Thorsgards journey in life. Beginning with horses in the great draught and depression and today enjoying Satellite guidance as a Cattle Feeder, Legislature, Interesting Personal Sayings and Quotes, successes and failures; $12 postpaid. 701-587-6042 or enoch@polarcomm.com

MISCELLANEOUS

MISCELLANEOUS

Surface and subsurface water problems?

Call Dub Construction for local quality service!

NEW! Guns-N-Bow Stand

6x6 octagon w/360° view, 8 windows (4 vert) (4 Hor), all windows tinted Bronze.

Call for Sales Prices and FREE Brochure - 320-815-9898

701-696-2591 or email

Fuel tanks for sale: (1) 12,000 gallon & (2) 6,000 gallon tanks. Urethane paint & ready to move. Call 218-456-2334 or 701-238-1492. FOR SALE: koyker kb60 three point backhoe for 25 to 45 hp tractors, like new, $3200.00 also 1939 n9 ford tractor, good paint, tires, and tin, runs good! $1750. Call evenings, or leave message (701) 683-5068

Three Diesel Fuel Tanks For Sale: 7000 gal., 8000 gal., & 10,000 gal. Call: 701-320-3081 MOWERS 5’ 3pt rotary mower like new $550. 5’ 3 point finish mower $450. 9’ 2 point IHC sickle mower, very good condition, $850. Call 605-216-5120 FOR SALE: 14 ft Hy Grade blade, 6 way hydraulics, $11,500. 701-351-0399.

Dub.Construction@gmail.com TO BE MOVED: 28’x64’ Double Wide located 20 miles SW of Aberdeen, 2 bath, 3 bedroom, good condition, $36,500. Call 605-228-3025

FARM EQUIPMENT

30 Vertical tillage attachments, 30 used, $100 a piece. Two 8 row wide flat fold, $750. 605-266-2824

AGRICULTURAL DRAIN TILING

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

FARM EQUIPMENT

FARM EQUIPMENT

Drain Tiling Acres Wanted Will Survey & Install RS Excavation 218-289-8009

FOR SALE: 60A Hesston Stacker Model 600 Dual manure spreader (3) 250 gallon Molasses Lick tubs 35 Utility posts, 12” diameter, 8-15ft length Call 320-305-0889

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

30 ft DMI Crumbler, $4,000. Garretson, SD 605-351-3703

FOR SALE: JD tractor 6120 with 640 loader, 7ft bucket and grapple fork, front wheel assist, 1300 hrs, stored in shed when not in use. Case IH mower conditioner, 14ft in good condition. Selling due to sold cattle and retiring. Call 701-427-5534 or 701-678-4061 FOR SALE: 16ft 5010 MacDon haybine Clark forklift Great Plains 40ft Turbo till JD 4450 w/725 loader JD 4960 2010 Wilson PaceSetter hopper bottom, 43ft ag hoppers, air ride, 78in sides. Call 605-350-1138 or 605-352-0463 FOR SALE: Tandem fertilizer spreader, 30ft JD bat reel, 15’-18’-21’ MacDon finger reels, 3 pt, 12 row 20”-22” NH3 side band, 3pt 7’ JD 2 angle blade, 1 row potato digger. 8-square bale Dakon grapple fork. 3 point saddle tank holder for 300 gallon. 3.4-6 row JD cultivator. 701-430-3188 42x48 #1&#2 4 way Wooden Shipping Pallets, price depends on quantity. Call 605-480-1507 if no answer leave message

Gooseneck Platforms

12 Large shop lights, $200 for all. 605-887-7246 or 605-887-3246

25½' Aluminum Gooseneck Trailer 8x8 platform on top of gooseneck, Heavy Duty ramps, Torflex axles, oil bath, Very Nice Shape.

55 gallon #1 & #2 steel and plastic open top drums with lid and ring. For More information call 605-480-1507 if no answer leave message. FOR SALE: Feteral auger 10”x34’ electric drive, with 10HP motor, white in color, excellent condition, $4,800. Grain Leg 110’ 3,000 bushels per hour, taken down, good condition, $3,500. 605-690-2739 Pressure Washer Central Inc. Formerly Palmer Distributing (Operating since 1984) Aaladin Pressure Washers with clutch drives & flat free mag wheels. Also exclusive Exchange Technology GO GREEN! SAVE$ 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 Ford LTL 9000 Silage hauler/ dump truck, 19 ft aluminum box, air lift 3rd axle recent motor work, 10 spd 350 Cummins, 8 new gripper tires, $15,900. Call 605-520-5316 in Watertown Call us to place your ad in AGWEEK class. 888-857-1920

Now In Stock! SIDE DUMP EVOLUTION

Durability, Versatility, Reliability PGNA-838A

PGNB-116A

PGNB-116A

For Any Load!

Used Trailers & Trucks

Serving the valley since 1939

TRUCK EQUIPMENT, INC.

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

1995 John Deere 6400, MFWD, 640 Loader 1997 Timpte 42'x96"x78" Spring Ride 1999 Wilson 41'x96"x72" Spring Ride 1999 Merritt 43'x96"x80" Air Ride 2000 Towmaster, Tri-Axle, Flat Bed, Pintle Hitch 2007 Jet Hopper 40’x96"x70" Spring Ride 2007 Mack Vision, Ultra Shift, 3:73 Gears, Wet Kit 2012 Jet Side Dump Tandem Axle 2012 Jet Side Dump Tri-Axle 2013 Jet Hopper 40'x96"x70" Air Ride 2013 Jet Hopper 40'x96"x70" Spring Ride 2014 Jet Tri-Axle Side Dump

Semi Trailer Sales and Rentals Stephen, MN • 218-455-3341 larsfarm74@yahoo.com


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FARM EQUIPMENT

FARM EQUIPMENT

Tree Spade TS44M, mounted on 2002 F450 diesel, very clean and reliable, $16,500. TS20 tree spade, mounts on Bobcat or 3pt, like new, $4,500. 605-280-9362 RETIREMENT FOR SALE: ★JD 4230. ★1998 Case IH 2388 combine, 3153 separator hours, $46,000 uptime repairs in 2012. ★Case IH 2020 30 ft flexhead with Crary air reel & header trailer. ★1994 Volvo tri-axle with beet equipment. ★28 ft field cultivator. ★Case IH 5800 35 ft chisel plow. ★Melroe spring tine harrow, 54'. ★Westfield 51 ft PTO auger. ★SprayAire 90 ft 750 gal tank. Call for prices. 218-779-4529 or 701-599-2920.

Vermeer Baler

I retired. Well maintained 605J baler. Low number of bales as balers go. 701-290-1849.

FOR SALE

3-8' JD 9350 Grain Drills w/hitch, grass seeders and markers, excellent condition. $3000. 93 Flexicoil S65 Sprayer, 1000 gals, windscreens, 100'. $3000. 36' Summers Coil Packer, 69 White Truck w/20' Haul-all twin compartment tender and rear augers. $4000. Call 218-689-6872. •35' Batco •30' Rapit Conveyors. 320-859-4629 or 320-760-1634

RICHARDTON DUMP CARTS

2 Richardton model 960 dump carts. Both have plasic 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

•Gravity boxes •Small roller mill •Grain cleaner •Hydraulic boom off of truck •12KW-30KW pto generators •8"x65', 10"x66', 10"x61' w/swing hopper augers •Grain bins •12"-22" fans -some with burners 320-859-4629 or 320-760-1634 Ficklin 400 Bushel Gravity box with truck tires, roll tarp, and hydraulic drill fill auger. Parker 300 Bushel Gravity box with Ag topper and drill fill auger. Kory 250 Bushel Gravity box with Ag topper and drill fill auger. Decon 30’ soil finisher with 5 bar harrow. Case IH 32’ 496 rock flex disk. Case IH 5500 17’ chisel with 3 bar mulcher. 1999 JD 410 E backhoe, cab, front wheel assist, Extendhoe, Diesel, two stick controls, nice. 605-527-2425 GA400 Golfer machine & a few bags of bait. 5 Antique JD plows, restorable. 2 JD one way disks, one good, one for parts. M JD w/loader, been restored. 3020 JD Diesel, restored, all new tires, low hours. Super M Int’l wide front, new tires, restored. 56 Ford Tonner, oak bed & hoist, been restored, in mint condition. D JD Unstyled, on rubber, runs good, needs to be restored. 1000 Gallon fuel tank, painted, very good condition. 1978 Chevy, C65 gas, 427 engine, excellent condition, twinscrew. Call 701-640-2023 JD 8450 tractor with pto and 3 pt, $12,000. IH 800 16x22 row crop planter, $900. 605-590-0141

We Specialize In Truck Stretching • 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!

FARM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: 1990 GMC Top Kick, with 1800 gal stainless steel water tank with pump. 16ft Gravel box with hoist, excellent condition. 2 place Triton aluminum snowmobile trailer, 1998, very nice. JD 4040 with 721 JD loader & joystick, 3,710 actual hours, Won’t Find a Nicer One! 467 John Deere round baler, mega wide pickup, always shedded, excellent. 10ft Gravel Box w/cab guard includes subframe, hoist, & pump 2000 Freightliner semi w/sleeper, C15 Cat engine w/13 speed transmission, nice 88 Honda Goldwing 32000 miles. Excellent condition. CRARY 3pt hydra lift with pallet forks and balesteer. Like New. Storley Farms 605-881-5843 or 605-486-4156

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

FARM EQUIPMENT Tightline DRAINAGE

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

Protective Coatings

Grain Bin Sealing Spray Foam Insulation

FARM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: JD 566 round baler. Hydraulic pickup bale kicker, good belts, $8000 OBO. 2001 Ford Windstar 75k miles. Good shape, $2500 OBO. 1988 Chevy 3/4 ton 4wd 4 speed pickup, $1000. Call 605-661-6411 or call 605-363-3411 and leave msg

FARM EQUIPMENT 1996 GMC Top Kick Gravel truck, tri-axle, 9 spd, 16’ box with air PTO hoist, Cat 3116 needs motor, $6,500. 24” x 42’ electric conveyor and vibrating screen, all new bearings in rollers, 4’ x 8’ hopper, $7,500. Two bulk fuel tanks - 2,500 and 3,000 gallon - both for $500. Call 605-680-1452

•Houses •Pole Barns •Quonsets

Spray Foam Roofing •Flat Roofs •A-Frame •Metal

All Types of Painting

•Residential/Industrial •Interior/Exterior •Houses/Barns •Fuel Tanks/Hoppers •Asphalt/Seal Coating •Hot Rubber Crack Filling •Licensed/Insured

701-381-1589 or 218-779-7850 FOR WHEEL trench wheels, ATV trencing wheels. Fits all ATV's, Ranger, Gator, etc. $1,295. Call Steve Raguse 3 2 0 - 5 6 3 - 8 3 8 9 , 320-815-0865, anytime 2011 Kawasaki Burt Force 650 w/wench and plow, $5,800 OBO. 2012 Kawasaki Burt Force 300 Utility, $3,200. 605-262-0778

Quality You Can Count On.

(218) 773-1009 (800) 428-9033 1422 Gateway Dr. NE • Hwy 2 East • East Grand Forks, MN

Truck Sales, Parts and Service

www.drummersdiesel.com • larry@drummersdiesel.com We service and repair all makes and models of trucks and trailers, minor to major repairs! International, Kenworth, Peterbilt, Mack, Volvo, GMC, Ford, Freightliner

2006 IHC 7600 Workstar, ISM, 350 HP Cummins, 10-C Fuller, 3:70 ratio, 22' Loadline Uni-Body box, dual wheel tag, tri-axle, beet equipped, 300K

(20) 2005 IHC 7600 WorkStar, C-11 Cat, 307/370 HP, 4000 Allison automatic, 5:29 ratio, w/locker, 168” C/T 3/8 frame rails, Air-ride suspension, 350K

D L SO 2013 Volvo VNL64T300 MSRP: Net Price. Miles: New. D13, 500hp, 13 speed, 3.70 Ratio, 229" WB. CALL

2013 Mack GU813, New, MP8, 505 HP, Mack 13, 14.6FA, 44RA, Air Ride, 260” WB, CALL

2010 Volvo VNL64T630, Volvo D13, Volvo I-shift, 485 HP, SLEEPER, CALL!

2013 Mack CXU613 New, MP8, 445 HP, Fuller 10, 3.55 Rears, 191” WB, CALL

2012 Mack CXU613 Mack MP8, Mack mDrive, 445 HP, DAY CAB.

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

Areas Authorized Baldwin Filter Distributor

1-800-358-0707 • 1-701-775-2591 5315 Gateway Dr, Grand Forks, ND rdotruckcenter.com

Fargo 3401 28th St. S. - 800-342-4643 Bismarck 3020 Vermont Ave 855-389-2447

2006 IHC 9200I, ISX, 435 HP, 10 spd, 3:70 ratio, new 22’ Loadline Uni-body box, rear control, 778K, Beet Ready

2007 Volvo VNL 300, ISX, 450 HP, 10 Spd, 3:58 Ratio, 180 WB

2007 Peterbuilt 379, C-13 Cat, 435 HP, 10 Spd, 3:70 Ratio, 180WB

(3) 2009 IHC ProStar Premiums, ISX, 450 HP, 10 spd, 3:70 ratio; 200 WB, 180-200K

2009 Freightliner CL 120, 14L Detroit, 10 Spd Auto, 3:70 Ratio, 350K

2005 Freightliner FLD 120, C-13 Cat, 410 HP, 10-Spd, 3:70 ratio, New 24’ Loadline Uni-Body Box, Roll Tarp, Combo Gate, Quad Axle

COMING IN! 2006 International 9400 I, ISX, 435 HP, 10 spd, 3:70 ratio, 180 WB, 600K 2006 Freightliner M2-112, 4000 Mercedes, 4000 Allison automatic, 5:29 ratio, 400K (2) 2006 Sterling Cab & Chassis, 4000 Mercedes, 410 HP, 4000 Allison automatics, 5:29 ratio, 400K

More Trucks On Hand Not Shown!


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FARM EQUIPMENT

FARM EQUIPMENT

FARM ADS

Bring Results!

Call Today! 888-857-1920

FARM EQUIPMENT

FARM EQUIPMENT

HUGE SUMMER DISCOUNTS! Discounted Behlen Steel Buildings.

FARM EQUIPMENT

Used Conveyor Belting Thousands of Feet!

Used for WIND BREAKS Crowding Pens, Flooring, Etc. Located in Denver, Co.

•40x60

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

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

•Billboard Vinyls Waterproof Hay Tarps, Liners, Tents, Etc. •10’-12’ Mining Tire Water Tanks. •Street Sweeper Brushes: Livestock Back Scratchers.

www.repurposedmaterialsinc.com Call: 303-321-1471

Call Jim @ 1-888-782-7040.

60 USED TRUCKS ON HAND!

1998 International 9200 with 598k miles, 12.7 Detroit set at 430HP, 171 WB, 11R225 rubber, wet kit, 10 spd. Recent repairs include: New king pins, brakes & new clutch. Truck is in good shape & ready to work. Asking $16,900 or best offer. Call 701-541-3836.

FOR SALE: Case IH 8220 25ft swather. 3612 Concord with 2300 pull behind tank. Two MelRoe plows, 618 & 516. 2001 Merritt Millennium hopper trailer, with ag hoppers, 4 aluminum wheels & roll tarp. 71 Chevy C60 truck, tag axle and 18ft steel box. 656 IH gas tractor, 80ft, 3pt spray boom, with triple nozzles and foam marker, Tee-Jet controller. Two 250 Dimco saddle tanks, with 8000 JD mounts. 605-237-5034

Truckin’in Style 2009 INTERNATIONAL PROSTAR PREMIUM TANDEM AXLE DAYCAB EATON AUTOSHIFTS SOUTHERN TRUCKS 7 AVAILABLE $43,500

USED 1989 INTERNATIONAL 8300 GRAIN - SILAGE TRUCK $47,500

(3) 2005 VOLVO VNL TANDEM AXLE DAYCAB CALL!

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

USED 2012 BOTTOM DUMP TRAILER $37,750

2007 FREIGHTLINER COLUMBIA TANDEM AXLE DAYCAB $41,900

USED 2009 KENWORTH T800 TANDEM AXLE DAYCAB $68,500 Several Trucks on Hand All Makes & Models

of Minnesota

www.bestrucks.net

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2006 Kenworth T-800, ISM 400 hip, 10 spd, 3.90 gears, Tire Boss

 2004 Volvo VNL VED, 10 spd., 3.90 gears, daycab, all alum. wheels, jakes, w/wet kit, daycab  2005 Chevy 4500, 4 Door, Duramar, Alison Trans, Gooseneck Body Set-up Low Miles Clean  2005 Freightliner M2, C7, 6 spd, 22 ft. curtain side van body/tommy gate  2005 Freightliner Columbia, 14 Liter, Detroit, 10spd, Tandem axle, Daycab  2005 IHC 4300 DT466, 6 spd. auto, 22 ft. cube body 102 wide  2005 Volvo VN, VED, 10 spd, 24 ft B/L live bottom tax axle  2006 Freightliner M-2 Business Class, C-7 CAT, 9 Spd, Single Axel, 185k Mi, Daycab (Knaphied Serv Body)  2006-2007 9400I ISX, Cat, autoshift, stickshift, ultra shift, sleeper, daycabs, jake brakes. MANY TO CHOOSE FROM.  2006 IHC 9400i ISX, Autoshift, 22 ft. box hoist, tag axle beet equipped  2007 IHC 9400i ISX, 10 spd, autoshift, Tridrive, Quad Axle

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

 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  (2) Tag axle Trailers, 20,000 lbs, 40,000 lbs, tandem axle, 24 ft.  2007 IHC 9400i ISX, Autoshift, 22ft knights box, beet equipped  2009 Freightliner Columbia C-13, 13spd, Sleeper, Low miles  2005 KW T-800 ISM 370 HP, Day cab, Jake Brakes, Flex Air Susp, Cali Truck  (3) 2001 KW T-800 ISM 410 HP, Day cab, Autoshifts  (2) 2004 Freightliner Columbia 60 Series, 10 spd, Day cabs  (2) 2006 IHC 9200i ISM 410 HP, 10 spd, Day cab, Cali Truck MANY RECENT TRADES/BOX TRUCK SEE OUR INDOOR SHOWROOM FINANCING AND LEASING AVAILABLE!

“Custom Built From Truck to Finish”

4375 24th Avenue North, Grand Forks, ND • 218-779-8396 www.BigTrucksbyJimco.net

•Like new JD 7330 MFD, very low hours w/loader. •New Holland 985 Skidsteer. •Manitoue 1136 Telehandler. •1995 Cat TH62 Telehandler. •New 16' RS High Grade Graders. •New 12' box blades. •10' High Grade Grader. •Skidsteer buckets w/grapples & rock buckets for skidsteers & pallet forks. Call: 701-710-0506 or 701-680-0335

Mack R600 tri-ax grain truck w/newer Frontier 22' box $10,000. Deluxe grain dryer 20' vacuum cooled lp 480 3ph $20,000. Augers- Westfield 8 x 36 electric drive $2000, Alloway 10x71 new bearing and joint shafts $2000. JD SST 16 spinsteer mower $1,000. Leer fiberglass topper off 97 ford $250. Auger feed cart $600. Roller mill $800. 27' Wil-Rich field cultivator JD knock on sweeps $2500. DMI crumbler 45' $4500. Chevy fert tender truck $500. 2010 Pickett beet thinner 6 r 30 $6000. 701-640-3476

FARM EQUIPMENT ESTATE SALE: New Holland 664 baler, John Deere 7700 combine w/3 heads, silage dump box, Versatile 20ft swather, International 2+2 tractor, feed wagons, manure spreaders, augers, chisel plows, 6 bottom plows w/drills, John Deere 21ft disk, drills, rake, mower, trucks, Heavy Duty pickups, antique rakes, thrashing machine & others, fuel tanks, water tank, pick-up sprayer, 16ft Rawhide stock trailer, 851 NH baler, 114 NH conditioner, too numerous to mention. Price negotiable. Call 701-258-8881 Also 17 CLASSIC CARS!

FARM EQUIPMENT

For Sale 2007 S130 Bobcat

Used for Student Operator Training New Tires, Deluxe Cab with Heat, Bobtach, Bucket and only 524 easy hours! Like New $20,900 For Information or Text Photos call: Southeast Region Career/Tech. Center Wahpeton, ND 58075 701-642-8701 or 899-1778 Cell

FOR SALE: Blumhardt Sprayer, Trailmaster, 1000 gallon tank, 85’, $3000. Int’l 800 planter parts and drums. Best offer. Int’l 4500 Vibrashank, 28’, $1500. Leeway Sunflower head, 6 row wide, $300. Melroe 516 semi mounted plow and packer $500. 8’ John Deere packer $300. 605-226-0977 or 605-380-9785 FOR SALE: Granip 9-wheel hay rake, no cracks or welds, $1400. CIH 1660 combine, new feeder chain, new elevator chains, new rasp bars, big tires, DT466 engine, 3770 hours, $13,000. Also have 1460 rear axle, final drive, transmission, hydrostat, feederhouse. WANTED: 7 foot rotary mower. Phone 605-649-6327 Selby SD 2005 Case IH 12 row 22” spacing cornhead, new gathering chains, upper and lower sprockets and new knife rolls. Excellent condition, shedded. 2005 Case IH 1200 Early Riser corn planter with liquid fertilizer, 24 row, 22” spacing, new discs, scraper, firming wheels, complete rebuilt, excellent condition with markers. Automatic row shutoff. 701-290-1491 QTY 2 2006 INTERNATIONAL 9400I C-13 Caterpillar Engine 430 hp; 684,000 mi; 13 Spd OD; Engine Brake; Air Ride Suspension; 3.36 Ratio; 22.5 Tires; Aluminum/Steel Wheels; 187 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Drive Side $29500 2007 INTERNTATIONAL 9200I C-13 Caterpillar Engine 430 hp;596,000 miles 10 Spd; Engine Brake; Air Ride Suspension; 3.70 Ratio; 22.5 Tires; All Steel Wheels; 174 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Drive Side $30,000

• 2007 FREIGHTLINER COLUMBIA 14L Detroit Engine 455 hp; 520,000 mi; 10 Spd; Engine Brake; Air Ride Suspension; 3.70 Ratio; 22.5 Tires; All Steel Wheels; 173 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; $28,500 2007 KENWORTH W900L 86 in Studio Sleeper; C-15 Caterpillar Engine 475 hp; 835,000 mi; 13 Spd OD; Engine Brake; 4 Bag Air Ride Suspension; 3.36 Ratio; 11R.225 Tires; All Aluminum Wheels; 280 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Drive Side $58,000

2005 PETERBILT 379 63 in Ultracab Unibilt; C-13 Caterpillar Engine 430 hp; 956,000 mi; 10 Spd; Engine Brake; Air Ride Suspension; 3.55 Ratio; 22.5 Tires; Aluminum/Steel Wheels; 230 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; $27,500 QTY 3 FREIGHTLINER COLUMBIA 14L Detroit Engine 455 hp; 620,000 mi; 10 Spd; Engine Brake; Air Ride Suspension; 3.70 Ratio; 22.5 Tires; All Steel Wheels; 173 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; $24,500

2007 FREIGHTLINER COLUMBIA 52 in Flat Top Sleeper; MBE4000 Mercedes Engine 435 hp; 10 Spd; Engine Brake; Air Ride Suspension; 3.42 Ratio; 22.5 Tires; All Aluminum Wheels; 217 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Drive Side $30,000

1997 INTERNATIONAL 9400 N14 Cummins Engine 430 hp; 475,000 mi; Diesel; 13 Spd; Engine Brake; Hendrickson Suspension; 4.11 Ratio; 11R22.5 Tires; Aluminum/Steel Wheels; 246 in Wheelbase; Quad Axle; 18,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 46,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Standard Cab; 22 ft Length; $29,500

2006 INTERNATIONAL 9400I ISX Cummins Engine 475 hp; 718,000 mi; Diesel; 10 Spd OD; Engine Brake; Air Ride Suspension; 22.5 Tires; Aluminum/Steel Wheels; 230 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Drive Side $34,500

QTY 2 2005 KENWORTH T800 C-13 Caterpillar Engine 430 hp; 428,500 mi; 10 Spd; Engine Brake; Air Ride Suspension; 3.90 Ratio; 11R22.5 Tires; All Steel Wheels; 180 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Drive Side: $35,000

320-239-2677 Starbuck, MN

www.meixeltrucksales.com


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FARM EQUIPMENT Rite-way PCR-4245 Land Roller, 45', nice, field ready; $29,000. Strong 6000# forklift, low hours on diesel engine over haul, side shift, hard tires, GVW 12,000#'s; first $2900 takes it. '09 Aluminum Dakota Hopper 41x96x66, 4 aluminum rims, Shur-co, roll tarp & traps; $24,000. Call: 701-710-0525 FOR SALE: NH Manure spreader, 235 bushel, tandem axles, double beater. Farm King 3 pt finishing mower, like new blade, 5 foot. Set up for tractor without 3 pt haybuster hay mover. Can haul 9 big round bales. 605-796-4861 or 605-354-3583

FARM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: Westfield 10”x61’ auger with low profile swing augers. VG condition, $2,500. Westfield 8”x36’ auger with 16HP Kohler motor with electric start, vg condition, $1,500. JD 58 loader with 6’ bucket and 4 tine grapple fork, 3 spool valve, $500 OBO. 30’ rolling baskets with one bar harrow, with draw bars taken off, JD 730 seeding tool, make offer. 605-229-5496 AGWEEK ads cover 4 states and bring results. Call 888-857-1920

FOR SALE: Fuel tanks. 2000 gallon with pump or 1000 gallon with pump. 12’x20’ Steel containment dyke. $14000 NEW but will take $6500 OBO. 605-354-3539

• 1000 or 1300 Gallon Models • With or Without Tote Deck

FARM EQUIPMENT

FARM EQUIPMENT Maple River Distributing in Buffalo, ND is now carrying TSR Parts line of straw choppers for John Deere combines. Give them a call at 701-633-5780.

New Hurricane rotary ditchers. New Unverferth grain carts. Call Tyler Farm Supply 701-642-8827

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2007 Dodge 2500 Crew Cab, 4X4, 1992 GMC Topkick, Service Truck, 2000 Ford F550 Utility Truck, V10, 5.7 Hemi V8, Auto, 122K Miles 3116 CAT Diesel, Allison Auto, Crane, Auto, 2wd, Rust Free Truck with 95K Nice Truck for $14,950 Welder/Generator, Nice Condition Miles for $13,950 with Only 50K Miles for $27,500

2008 Ford F350 4X4 Ext Cab, Flat 2004 Ford F350 Crew Cab 4X4, 1999 Dodge 2500 4X4 Ext Cab, Bed, 5.4 V8, Auto, Very Clean Truck Dually, Utility, 6.0 Powerstroke Diesel, 360 V8, Auto, Rust Free Truck, with Only 86K Miles for $15,900 Auto, Nice Truck for $14,950 Only 81K Miles for $9,950

2004 Dodge 2500 Crew Cab, 4x4, 5.7 Hemi V8, Auto, Very Nice Rust Free Truck with 107K Miles for $14,950

1999 Sterling 8513 Tandem Axle Tractor, CAT 275HP, Allison Auto, Excellent Condition with Only 92K Miles for $24,500

1998 International 4800 4X4 Flat Bed, DT 466, Allison Auto, Very Nice Clean Truck with Only 23K Miles, Hard to Find Truck for $29,500

2004 GMC 6500 Utility Truck CAT 2007 Ford F450 V10, Auto, 1999 Ford F350 4X4, Utility Truck, Diesel, Allison Auto, Under CDL, 14' Flatbed, 2wd, Rust Free with V10, Auto, Rust Free Truck with Only 72K Miles for $13,950 Excellent Condition Only 99K 124K Miles for $14,950 Miles for $24,950

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FOR SALE: 1998 Freightliner TA dump truck, $17,500. 1988 IHC TA dump truck, $11,500. 1984 Kodiak TA dump truck, $3,000. 1988 FR12-B Fiat Allis payloader, $21,000. 1990 Case 821 payloader, $39,500. 1984 770A John Deere motor grader w/snow equip, $22,500. 1990 510C 4x4 Extendahoe backhoe, $22,000. 1999 Freightliner Semi, Day cab, $10,000. 1995 Thomas T-133 skidsteer, $6,500. Combine transport trailer, $4,500. 1086 Ag tractor, $11,500. 2000 Cat 315 Excavator w/manual thumb, 8000 hrs, heat/ac, very nice, $49,500. Tandem axle Lowboy trailer w/dove tail & ramps, 40T, $5,500. WCentral MN. Call Dave at 320-226-1750. www.monteusedequipsales.com

COMBINES FOR SALE: 1999 9600 JD combine, Green Star, Contour Master, straw chopper. Call 605-280-1822 FOR SALE: 1982 IH 1440 combine, excellent shape for its age, one owner, bought new, tires only 2 years old, never combined soybeans, 605-354-3178 or 605-599-2216 AFFORDABLE LEASE PROGRAMS CASH FLOW MANAGEMENT Fast, Easy & Confidential Leasing Programs for your next farm equipment, grain handling or farm building project. Terms up to 10 years. Special programs with NO prepayment penalties available.

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 2003 Case IH 2388 combine, 1830E/1328S hours, auger extension, straw chopper, Prairie Big Top bin extension, rock trap, mud hog/4WD, 30in spacing, H/L spreader speed. Reason for sellingstarting to cut back. Combine in nice condition. Call 605-765-9524 or 605-765-4326 Leave Message NO TELEMARKETERS!

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2000 John Deere 9650 STS Combine $85,000 - Includes John Deere 925 Flexhead

BEET EQUIPMENT '03 Spray-Aire 90', great condition; $10,000. 2009 30 Ton Valley Beet Cart, new inner & outer scrub, hydraulic door on throat; $66,000. N&J Farms Call Kevin @ 701-741-4295

COMBINES

Eng. 3716 hrs, Sep. 2503 hrs, Contour Master, John Deere Auto steer, Greenstar Ready, Hopper Extensions, 2 Sets Concaves, Stored Inside, Well Maintained. Call Tim Thompson, 701-238-0199 Barnesville, MN.

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FOR SALE 1996 MF 8570 Combine, prwd, 18.4-42 dauls or 30.5 singles. 3933 engine hrs, 2772 sep. hrs., also have a 25 ft flexheader with aws air system. also pickup header. all new concaves at 2600hrs. always shedded. asking $45,000. call Kevin @701-367-5688. FOR SALE: Case IH 1020 30 ft flexhead, nice condition. Call 218-791-2571.

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2007 International 8600, Cat C13, 10 spd, Cruise, electric windows, electric mirrors, airslide 5th wheel, air ride, new capped tires, excellent condition, southern truck. SPECIAL PRICING

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

1992 International 8100-Tri-Axle, 22’ Midland Unibody Box, 9 Spd, 390 Gear Ratio, Electric Roll Tarp, Good Running Condition. SUGARBEET EQUIPPED

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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

This truck is 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.

2008 John Deere 635F hydra flexheader, 35ft, automatic header height, high dam, low acres, excellent shape, $22,500. Call 605-520-7021 Call us to place your ad in AGWEEK class. 888-857-1920

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COMBINES 2005 JD 9760 STS, duals, contour, 1,451 hours, $104,300. 2011 JD 9770, duals, contour, 953 hours, $178,600. JD 9670, 1,280 hours, $139,900. 2009 635F $17,900. 507-993-0720 FOR SALE: Case IH 2188 Combine. Good condition. Work orders available. Specialty rotor, Mud Hog II rear wheel drive. Always cleaned after harvest and always kept inside. Call 701-799-1801 if no answer, please leave a message.

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Massey Ferguson Model TO35 with loader. Located in Eureka, SD 612-309-6283 IHC 560 Gas with F-11 loader, good condition, $4,500. 605-690-2739 1979 7045 Allis Chalmers, black frame, power shift, 3pt, 20.8.38 tires at 50%, duals, tin is straight, excellent shape, asking $10,000. 320-424-1495 2005 JD 7420, MFWD, 1,800 hrs, 18.4x42 tires, axle duals, very sharp, 651-338-6861

FOR SALE: Combine Grain hopper cover Michel’s hopper topper fits John Deere 00 or 10 Series combine w/Maurer bin extensions, poly cover with electric tarp Call 605-354-3060

1992 4455 JD, pwr shift, 3 hyd, MFWD, 8300 hrs, very nice. 4040 JD, 5400 actual hrs, excellent condition. Call Todd 605-486-4458 or 605-880-8811 FOR SALE: STX275, 275 HP, power shift, deluxe cab, new tires, 1,000 pto, 4300 hours, auto steer, very clean, $95,000. 701-680-1507 or 701-724-3486 International 1066 for parts. Call 701-886-7546.

TRACTORS

FOR SALE: 2011 John Deere 8285R; 2012 John Deere 8235R; 2008 John Deere 8230. Call Willy @ 701-430-0060 for details. FOR SALE: 2012 John Deere 9510R; 2004 John Deere 9420; 2002 John Deere 9420; 2002 John Deere 9520. Call Willy @ 701-430-0060 for details. FOR SALE: 8400 JD, 7997 hrs, 18.4-46 duals, buddy seat, GreenStar ready, 4 remotes and Power Beyond, $75,000. Call 701-640-0754

Retired Farmer NE South Dakota, John Deere 7400 MFWD tractor, excellent rubber, 8,000 hours with 740 self-leveling loader, 8’ bucket and grapple, joystick, no welds, $60,000. 605-881-7158

FOR SALE: 2007 Twin Master Pickett Combine, always shedded, field ready. 218-252-8724

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John Deere 8200, field ready, 7260 hrs., updated and not needed; $55,000. Call: 406-480-5497

Magnum 8920, 7500 hr, good condition, $55,000. Oakes, ND 701-783-4442 or 701-710-0115

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For Sale: 1680 and 2388 Combines, 1010 and flex (1020) headers available, both combines in excellent condition, 2000 hours on 2388, completely gone through, have records, 701-400-6075

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FOR SALE: John Deere 4040 Quad range, super nice, new paint, new cab kit and seat, 2 outlets, rear tires are 90%, front tires are new, $20,000. Call 605-883-4506 or 605-354-3086 Wolsey, SD

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FOR SALE: 1991 Case IH 1680, very good mechanically, 5400 hours. 25’ 1020 flex head, 300 acres on new cutting and drive parts. Call 605-880-0667

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TRACTORS FOR SALE: 7120 Int’l Tractor, front wheel assist, all new tires, new paint job, less than 1000 hours on new motor, real sharp tractor ready for work. Also, 305 Du-Al loader. Sell as one unit or separate. Call 605-472-2134 or 605-450-0462

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2002 John Deere 7410, MFWD and 740 S.L. loader, 3500 hours, L.H.R., new tires, $72,000, quality tractor. 641-732-5609

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4630 John Deere with 158 loader, has new front tires, rear tires 80%, new interior, 12,000 hours. Very well maintained. Contact for price 701-321-1119 FOR SALE: 1984 JD 8850, 25.5x32 tires at 70%, 4 hydraulics, $25,000. Call 605-439-3587 in Leola, SD

1983 IH 5288,

approx. 10,000 hours, was overhauled around 6,000, runs excellent, 18.4x42 radial duals, good rubber, 14Lx16.1 fronts, was completely repainted and had new decals last year, looks great, R/134 A/C, 3 hyd., small 1000 pto, very sharp and mechanically solid tractor, $22,000/bo. Call 701-680-1761 leave a message. No telemarketer calls please. AGWEEK ads cover 4 states and bring results. Call 888-857-1920

August 3: Home On The Range Champions Ride Rodeo, Sentinel Butte, ND. August 8 - 11: Nobles County Fair, Worthington, MN. August 13: Cruising Downtown, Worthington, MN. August 15 – 18: Carlton County Fair, Barnum, MN. August 15 – 18: Douglas County Fair, Alexandria, MN. August 30 - September 7: Deadwood Wagon Train Trail Ride, Buffalo, SD & Medora, ND. September 12: Pride Of Dakota Day- North Dakota State Capitol, Bismarck, ND. September 14: King Turkey Day, Worthington, MN. September 21 & 22: Pride Of Dakota Showcase, Dickinson, ND. October 12 & 13: Pride Of Dakota Showcase, Williston. ND. November 9 & 10: Pride Of Dakota Showcase, Grand Forks, ND. November 16 & 17: Pride Of Dakota Showcase, Minot, ND. November 22 – 24: Pride Of Dakota Showcase, Fargo, ND. December 6 & 8: Pride Of Dakota Showcase, Bismarck, ND.

Late Model 574 International tractor w/2050 loader, joystick, 99% restored, asking $6900 OBO. 605-287-4408 605-228-0972 JD Model 2630, Serial #221416T, 16.9x28 tires, 3 pt, PTO, 6k hours, $10,000. Nice Tractor. Call 701-710-0352 JD 8970, 20-8-42 duals, 24 speed, very clean, $51,200. JD 9420, duals, 24 speed, 3175 hours, $119,500. 507-993-0720

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2011 JD 9230, 720 hours, 480/80R46 duals, pto, 3pt., 5 SCV's, 78 gallon per minute pump, electric mirrors, active seat, heavy duty draw bar, auto steer ready. Call: 701-640-4650

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TRACTORS FOR SALE: 2009 John Deere 8430 MFWD. 4400 Hrs, 4 hyd., weights, 380x50 duals, new front tires, big hyd. pump, buddy seats, excellent! $137,500. 320-246-3246 or 320-760-3705

PLANTING EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: Complete row units for 1200 or 1250 Case IH planter. 701-269-0390 JD 16 row 30” corn planter. Has liquid fertilizer. Has lots of new parts. All set up for no-till farming. $10,000 OBO. 605-222-3676 White 6100 No Till Folding planter with 6900 interplants and trash whippers with SM3000 seed monitor. Can be set up for 36” rows or 20” rows, $8,500 OBO. Lindsey 40’ drag $800. 605-228-8197 or 605-283-2779 Concord air drill 3310, 1502 tank, diesel engine driven fan, Flexi-coil stealth openers, $14,500. 875 Versatile, good tires, $11,500. Sanborn, ND. Call David at 701-840-1452 John Deere Heavy Duty adjustable center down pressure springs off of 2008 1770 NT planter, excellent condition. 8 sets $90/row. Milbank. 605-695-4459 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.

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1997 JD 1760 12R30" 1.6 bushel boxes with extensions, precision plates & insecticide boxes & lock & load lids, row cleaners, liquid fertilizer & 250 monitor. 701-640-4650 45' JD Air Drill, 730 w/777 Hopper. 701-520-0172


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PHONE: 800-288-7922 FAX: 701-845-2680 Dakota Plains Cooperative 151 9th Avenue NW, Valley City ND 58072-2725

Ashley .........701-288-2393 Elliott...........701-683-5854 Forman .......701-724-3238 Gwinner ......701-678-2416 LaMoure .....701-883-5351 Lidgerwood.701-538-4585

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Concord 4010 hoe drill with 2300 TBH, real nice. 605-290-9252 FOR SALE: 12 row Monoson 22" planter. Well kept, $13,000; Also, 43' S-Tine RTS Cultivator, $3,000. Call 218-779-6006. 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

FOR RENT: Salford RTS 36', excellent CRP, wheat, bean, corn, stubble management. Including incorporating fertilizer & chemical. Bobby Beckstrom, 701-680-1850. 2007 Great Plains 40’ 4,000 Turbo Till with rolling spider harrows, new blades and bearings in 2013. Excellent condition. Call 605-229-0439 or 605-380-0656 SUMMERS Super chisel plow, 32 ft, 106 3-bar harrow, $30,000 or best offer. Jeff, 701-361-9109.

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TILLAGE EQUIPMENT 2012 Salford 41 ft vertical tillage, heavy duty model, low acres, very nice shape, $84,000 or best offer. 701-430-0965.

FOR SALE OR RENT GATES DOUBLE COULTERS 40' WISHEK DISKS 12'-38' TANDEMS 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 FOR SALE: Summers 3 bar Model 105, 36’ in length, 6-6’ sections, in new condition. Call 701-883-5733 or 701-678-4621

TILLAGE EQUIPMENT Eagle Ditchers, New and Used. 2013 $23,800 2012 $19,900-New Carryover 2011 $17,000-Nice Condition Also have parts available. Contact Steve at 605-360-0727 or leave message at 605-743-2764 Great year to do your ditching! JD 41' 2400 Chisel Plow, Dry Fertilizer System, Raven Cold Flow NH3, 5/8" Gates Harrows, CC-240 knifes, Heavy rear hitch. Call 701-645-2506 or 701-261-9505 960 JD field cultivator, 42.5', double fold 3-bar harrow with new tires, new 7" shovels, rear hitch, $8,500' 1995 Great Dane reefer trailer, aluminum floor with 3 side doors, asking $4,000; 2 sets of 900x32 metrics on JD combine rims. Will fit combine or cart, like new, $7,000 a set. 701-430-1765 FOR SALE: 26ft Wishek disk, Model 842, Serial#2169626, low acres on new discs & bearings, $25,900. Sandborn, ND. Call 701-646-6462 or Cell 701-490-6462

TILLAGE EQUIPMENT 41' DMI Anhydrous Applicator, Raven cold flow the JD rate controller; $10,000. Less rate controller; $8500. 38' JD 610 Chisel Plow with Summers Harrow, no welds; $15,000. Call: 701-520-3126 2012 Landoll, 33', vertical til, like new. Contact Shane at 701-866-9864.

HARVEST EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: 3 Unverferth 630 grain wagons with 24.5 dual wheels, new tires with brakes, lights with flashers, excellent condition, $18,500 each. 605-690-2739 2003 NECO 2410B Grain Dryer, single phase, 1000 bu. per hour; $42,000. Call: 701-840-8556 FOR SALE: Trail Tech Combine Sprayer Trailer, expandable 28½', 22.5 tires, air, electrical & pinto hitch on back; $12,500. 701-238-2466

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HARVEST EQUIPMENT For Sale: Crop sweeper reel for eight row 30 inch corn head, plumbed to fit JD 608C now, two seasons old never used, paid $8000 plus setup, $6000 obo, like new condition. 218-770-4569

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) FOR SALE: New & used hopper bins, 900-6000 bushels on skids with aeration, fans available, call now for good price. Also New and Used bean tenders. Inventory on stock, immediate delivery. 12,000 or 15,000 gallon fuel or liquid fertilizer tanks. 701-830-8000 ask for Fred 2001 9650 JD combine Walker 1800 hrs sep. 2400 hrs engine field ready, 630 Hydro Flex JD Header. 218-779-1737. FOR RENT 35 ft JD flex draper head for wheat harvest. 320-221-3789

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New 2012 Schaben LA9000 40ft Tool

New 2013 Schaben 8500 Sprayer 90ft

Bar, Hydraulic Pump, 1500 Gallon, 450 boom, 1500 Gallon tank, 450 Raven Raven Control, Plumbed for 30” & 22”

Control, Hyd Driven Pump, Triple

spacing. $43,000

Nozzles. (2) Instock. $32,900

3 Models Available 290 Unit • 400 Unit • 500 Unit New 2013 Schaben LA9000 60ft Tool

New 2013 Schaben 8650 Sprayer

Bar, 1500 Gallon, Adjustable 80” to

1650 Gallon, 120’ Boom, Dual Axle,

120” Axle, 380/90R46 Tires, Hyd

450 Raven Control, Stainless Hyd

Driven Stainless Steel Pump, 450

Pump, Triple Nozzle. $49,500

Raven Control, 24 Row – 30” Spacing. $60,000

2005 JD 630F, 30’ hydraflex, composite and full finger auger, low stone dam, hydraulic Fore/Aft reel Dial-a-Matic, header height sensing, single point hookup, poly end dividers, poly skid plates, warning and stubble lights, always shedded, $18,500. 701-219-4470

CAT 70 Scraper ....................$16,000 FarmKing 12R22 Side Bander ..CALL 1998 936 Versatile ...............$38,500 NEW 16’ Pull Cat..................$22,500 5-Used REM2700 Grain Vac.....CALL REM 1026B Grain Vac............$8,500 TF8031 Westfield 20 HP.........$2,800 J208-36 Westfield 16 HP .......$2,400 TF1036 Westfield....................$2,800 41' Salford 570.....................$58,000 24' White Chisel Plow ............$2,600 16" PTO Pump NEW...............$8,625 3.5 yd. Ashland Scraper.........$3,000 13x70 TMR FarmKing ............$5,500 14' Woods 2162...................$14,000 Farmall 95.............................$44,000

Altona Farm Service

Cooperstown & Horace, North Dakota 1-800-446-0316

www.norwoodsales.com

Altona, MB Canada Just 7 miles North of the border

204-324-5523


AGWEEK/Monday, June 10, 2013 A17

HARVEST EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: John Deere 635F hydraflex header. 2012 model with one season of use in excellent condition. Full composite finger auger, high stone dam, stubble lights, reel Fore and Aft, 2 knives, and single point hookup. Machine has been serviced and is absolutely field ready. Always been shedded and well maintained. 4 wheel homemade trailer is available as well. Located in NE South Dakota. For more info please call 605-216-4852, No Telemarketers Please! FOR SALE: New 38' Headhunter Header Trailer; $7500. 38' Stud King Header Trailer, used; $6250. Call: 701-238-2466 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; $55,000. Swather 9260 Big Cab & power unit Heston, same as Challenger or Massey, 2005 power unit, 2010 36' head with pickup reel, very nice unit; $72,000. Macgregor, Manitoba Call: 204-871-0925

HARVEST EQUIPMENT EZ Trail 475 grain cart, 18.4-26 tires, poly wear shoes on auger, stored inside, good condition $6000/ offer; IHC 4000 swather 19.5 ft. head stored inside $2500/offer JD 845 12R30 row crop cultivator $3000 701-793-8255

For Sale 608 - C - 8 row chopping corn head bought new in 2011. Has header height control and row sensors. Call Steve at 701-799-5213 FOR SALE: MacDon 9250 and Case IH SP Swathers, both have finger reels, double swath, always shedded, approx. 1100 hours. Call: 701-496-3207 or 701-256-0797 Model 1200 Killbros grain cart 24.5x32 tires, excellent condition, $7,600. 605-380-9522 FOR SALE: JD 3800 silage cutter, 5’ hayhead and 36” 2 row cornhead, $1400. 605886-6511

HARVEST EQUIPMENT Two JD corn heads 2009 612C, 1 season knife rolls, hyd deck, excellent condition. 2004 1293, completely rebuilt in 2011 with Clark Machine parts, hyd deck, knife rolls. 605-350-1448 Killbros 650 bushel grain cart with roll tarp, $5,500 OBO. 9’ Ag Bag truck dump - H135 bagger, $6,500 OBO. JD 653 all crop head, good condition, $2,500 OBO. Call 605-204-0240 or 605-204-0159

1-888-547-3889 Fessenden, ND

TIRES

4 MICHELIN AgriBib sprayer flotation tires, 95% tread, 520/85R42, tires & rims for Rogator, $10,500. Call 701-490-1426.

SPRAYING EQUIPMENT

2010 Schaben 8650-120 Sprayer, 1650 gallon tank, 120’ booms, Raven auto height boom, 6 section boom valves, triple nozzle bodies, Raven 450 Controller, 200 gallon rinse tank, 320-90r46 duals, excellent condition, $35,000. 605-881-0314 FOR SALE: 2002 Case International 3185 sprayer. Has AIM command, 90 ft booms, Raven monitor, great shape, ready to spray. Call 701-321-2911.

Kinze 1050 row crop, 2004 model, scale, roll tarp, good condition, farmer owned, $40,000 OBO. 712-830-1275

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Call us to place your ad in AGWEEK class. 888-857-1920 AGWEEK ads cover 4 states and bring results. Call 888-857-1920 R001881916

TRACTORS 2000 JD 9400, New PS, 710x38 metrics.................$85,000 JD 8640, 20.8x38 duals, PTO...................................$12,000 JD 8100 MFD, 3 pt, 3 hyd, 10,000 hrs ....................$50,000 JD 4630 w/158 loader ..............................................$15,000 Case IH 9350, 20.8x42, Std Trans, weights.............$50,000 1997 FNH 9882, 6000 hrs, Trelleburg duals, PM.....$70,000 Versatile 875............................................................$17,000 Versatile 855............................................................$17,000 Versatile 800 w/Dozer, clean ...................................$10,000 Versatile 700 w/L-10 Cummins...............................$10,000 2 - IH 656 w/Farmhand F-11 loader .....STARTING AT $4,000

NEW 6 wheel header trailers. 36 ft, high speed, adjustable brackets, $4800. 701-351-0399.

Rice Farm Eq.

Blumhardt Sprayer. 1000 gallon, foamer hydraulic pump. 85’ Micro Trak with radar. All valves and new load drift nozzles, $4500/offer. Knight 3300 Feed wagon, good condition, $11,000/offer. Call 605-690-8410

SPRAYING EQUIPMENT

•2005 JD 630F Flexhead. •DMC 1700 5" 3 phase air transfer system with piping. •Feterl 12"x91' auger, hydraulic swing out hopper, needs repair. 701-640-0672

JD 220 flex head, near new. Plastic, sickle sections, newer style reel $1200. Air foil seive for 7720, 7700 combines $200. Straw chopper for 9600 combine $800. Set duals for 7720 combine $1200. Cell 701-793-2202 Argusville, ND.

Degelman 70’ Harrow.........................12,500 Parting Out JD 60’ 1820 Seeding Tool.........Call 2004 60’ JD 1820, 10”, 430 bu 1910 Cart.88,000 45’ JD 1820, 7.5”, 270 bu, 1900 TBT......45,000 40’ JD 1850, 7.5”, 230 bu Cart..............32,000 41’ JD 737 Air Hoe, 787 ......................21,500 40’-42’-45’-60’ Coil Packers..........Call for Price JD4850MFW,3hyd,rad.duals,fasthitch.28,000 41’ JD 1810 Chisel Plow......................17,500 2008 MacDon M150, 16’ Auger Head......48,500 2006 MacDon 150, D-50, 35’ Head.........62,500 CIH 883 Corn Head..............................2,750 2009 35’ MacDon D-50 PU reel, JD Mts...33,000 MF 4840 4WD....................................7,900 1983 JD 8820, 4x4, Chopper..................8,500 Flexicoil TBH Tank, 110 bu. ...................4,000 Flexicoil TBH Tank, 160 bu ....................3,500 50’ Case IH 8230, batt reel....................4,500 Case IH 721, PU reel............................3,750 10’ & 12’ Box Scrapers.................1,990-2,090

SPRAYING EQUIPMENT

TRUCKS & TRAILERS

Chandler Fertilizer and Lime Spreaders

Model 45 PTT - Up to 20 Tons Model 20 PTT 8 Ton Spreader DON’T WAIT! Due to high demand Chandler Spreaders may be hard to find. Order NOW to guarantee delivery for next year!!

WE ALSO HAVE FERTILIZER TENDERS! • Chandler Truck or SemiTrailer Mount Tenders • Capacities up to 24 tons Best in the Business!

AG & FERTILIZER PRODUCTS • PINGREE, ND

For more info: Contact Marv @ 701-368-2052

2000 Western Star 4964, N-14 Cummins, 9 spd., 855,000 miles..........................................................$20,000 1997 Freightliner Tri-Axle Daycab, 60 Series Detroit, 10 spd......................................................................$16,500 2 - New Neville 40’ Alum. Ag Hoppers.........................CALL

Thunder Creek Fuel Trailers 400, 750 & 990 Gallon TILLAGE & MISC. New 2013 JD 2623 40’8” Vertical Tillage Tool, 5 sections w/rolling baskets.....................................................$90,000 37 1/2’ Sunflower Field Cultivator, 3 bar harrowJUST TRADED New 62’ Salford HD Field Cultivator, 3 bar harrow w/rolling baskets ..................................................IN STOCK 2 - 2010 50’ Salford 570 RTS Coulter ...STARTING AT $87,500 2011 41’ Salford 570 RTS Coulter w/NH3 ...................CALL 2005 38 1/2’ Summers Disk w/harrows..................$43,000 2011 47’ Summers Series 10 Disk...............................CALL 42’ Wishek 5 Section Disk w/harrows ........................CALL 2010 50’ Supercoulter Plus w/3 bar harrow & rolling baskets.....................................................$65,000 40’ Morris 740 Chisel Plow w/or w/o Summers twin coulters..CALL 84’ Summers Superharrow Plus, w/hyd tine angle ..$33,000 60’ Summers Superharrow Plus HD Harrows.........$18,500

60’ Summers Superharrow........................................$8,000 70’ Flexicoil 5 Bar Harrow........................................$4,000 1999 Case IH 8825 HP Swather w/30’ Shiftable Draper, 700 hrs, Like New...................................................$36,000 New Rowse 20 Wheel Ultimate Rake..........................CALL Vermeer WRX 16 Wheel V Rake, very good.....COMING IN 2-H&S 1660 16 Wheel Finger Rakes 1 w/ poly wind shields, ....................................STARTING AT $14,000 H&S Hi-Cap 16 Wheel Rake ...................................$10,000 Sitrex 16 Wheel Finger Rake ...................................$9,000 8 Wheel Flex Frame Finger Rake, w/new finger wheels..$1,500 Farmking 1385 Auger w/hyd Powerswing..............$13,500 Farmking 10x70 Low Pro w/hyd Powerswing...JUST TRADED 2006 Westfield 13x71 SA Auger ............................$10,000 2008 NH 7090 Baler, bale command 6500 bales ..$15,000 2007 JD 568 Baler, net wrap, 6500 bales...............$24,500 JD 535 Baler, kicker...................................................$5,000 Vermeer (Haybuster) 256 Bale Processor ...............$4,000 J&M 1075 Grain Cart w/duals ................................$25,000 New J&M 875,1000 &1326 Grain Carts On Hand.......CALL 2010 J&M 1000 Grain Cart w/tarp.................JUST TRADED New Farmking 6644 Grain Vac w/hyd boom .........$22,000 Unverferth 3750 Seed Tender, w/scale...................$18,000 New Rowse D-9 Mowers...............................................CALL Rowse D-9 Mower ...................................................$11,000 2 NEW 15 1/2’ Batwing Mowers.............................$14,000 Used 2012 Howse 15 1/2’ Batwing Mower............$10,000 2008 110’ Summers Ultimate Sprayer, 1500 gal...$25,000 Summers 90’ Ultimate Sprayer 1000 gal ...............$17,000 • New Vermeer 605 Super M Balers • New Vermeer 2300 & 2800 Twin Rakes

Several Late Model Grasshopper Mowers on Hand • Call

Ag Resources

701-438-2851 • 1-800-257-5684 Maddock, ND Your Connection to Agricultural Needs & Equipment Sales


A18 AGWEEK/Monday, June 10, 2013

SPRAYING EQUIPMENT

SPRAYING EQUIPMENT

2003 Spray Air, 110', 1300 gallon, 50 gallon rinse, 380 duals, newer pump, ideal for 12R22". 218-791-7480

FOR SALE: 3 point Summers sprayer, hydraulic pump, Raven control box, 300 gallon tank, nice condition. 701-430-3189

SPRAYING EQUIPMENT

SPRAYING EQUIPMENT

FOR SALE: 2007 680 Redball sprayer, Raven 450 rate controller, 1600 gallon tank, 100' boom, rinse tank, clean water tank, eductor, triple nozzle bodies, foamer, good condition, $25,000. 218-242-3326.

1997 854 Rogator, 90' booms, 3 position nozzels, 440 Raven controller, 2 sets of tires and rims, 1st set of tires - 14.9x46, 2nd set of tires - 9x46, machine has 2968 hours on it, stainless steel tank, farmer owned, $49,500 218-779-5516

Wilmer 16 Ton Tender Box, good shape, hydraulic drive auger, roll tarp & tip-top; $5,000. Call: 701-640-0666

FOR SALE: Floater tires & rims, will fit on Summers pull type sprayer, 23.1-34, 10 bolt hubs, may fit other pull type sprayers. $1200 OBO. 701-341-0250.

Best Way Sprayer 2006, 1600/90, 450 Raven, 3 way nozzles, induction cone, 100 gal rinse tank, Call 605-350-3225

HARDI 1000 gallon, 66 foot boom, 2 year old, oversize pump, 13.6x38 tires, $6,000. 218-236-0857, 701-371-9379

FAST 132' Sprayer. 3 years old. 2400 Gal tank, 22" spacing, 46" straddle duals. Excellent condition; $55,000. (320) 284-2281

1955 FORD Single axle water truck; 1300 gallon water tank, water pump with gas motor. All in working condition. 701-640-8884 FOR SALE: 2003 Summers Ultimate sprayer 1500 gal tank, 90ft booms, $18,000. Leola, SD. Call 605-439-3587 110' Summers Ultimate NT Sprayer, 1000 gallon tank, 46" duals, triple nozzle bodies, 200 gallon rinse tank, fence row nozzles; $30,000. Call: 701-238-2965

FOR SALE: 2005 SprayAir 3600 132' sprayer, 12.4 x 46R w/duals, 1300 gallon, Norac UCF boom height available if wanted; $18,500. Set of 4 tires = 2-12.4x38 front, 2-12.4x54R rears with heavy rims, used on JD tractor, Michelin agribibs; $5500. *All in real good condition. Maddock, ND Philip Backstrom 701-438-2307 or 701-739-7963 3 year old Fast 132’ Sprayer, 2400 gallon, 46” straddle duals, like new condition $49,950. 320-284-2281 Summers 90’ Ultimate Sprayer, 1500 gallon tank, mixing cone, wind screens, bottom fill, 200 gallon rinse tank, sprayer remote, electric end nozzles, foam marker, Raven 450 controller, Norac auto boom height, tires excellent 380-90-46R, shedded year round. 605-493-6495 or 605-448-8176 Hardi HC950 sprayer with 90' booms, rinse tank, triple nozzle bodies, extra nozzels, good shape, 701-248-3376 or 701-360-0454

SPRAY EQUIPMENT Brandt SB4000 - 1600 gallon tank, 90' boom, triple nozzles, Norac height control, Ravens 450 monitor. Clean cared for unit. Photos at Rennerequip.com Call Corky 605-848-1013 Hardi Navigator, 1000 gallon tank w/60' boom, standard controller w/3 shut off's, chemical induction, rinse tank, adjustable axle w/13.6x38 tires, always shedded & winterized. Call: 605-670-0563 60ft NYB Pickup Sprayer: 400 gallon tank, Honda motor, Ravens controls, used last year. No welds. 218-280-5650 or 218-280-6520. 1991 Transcraft 45 ft spread axle flatbed trailer w/3 1700 gallon tanks with 3” John Blue pump and Honda engine set up for spraying or hauling liquid fertilizer $9,000. cell 605-380-0579 Faulkton, SD AGWEEK ads cover 4 states and bring results. Call 888-857-1920

SPRAYING EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: 2006 Top Air sprayer, Model TA1600, 90’ booms, 380x46 duals, Raven 440 rinse tank, asking $27,500. Call 701-710-0352 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; $27,500. Call: 701-351-0399 FOR SALE: 220 Melrose spray coop. Factory hydraulics, 60’ booms, wide front, power steering, air conditioning, new transmission. In good condition. Also Auger box for 5000 Series JD chopper & add-on hydraulics for 5000 Series chopper. 605-881-9645 AGWEEK ads cover 4 states and bring results. Call 888-857-1920 AGWEEK ads cover 4 states and bring results. Call 888-857-1920

• Grain Storage • Drying • Handling Systems

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Travis Anderson (218)-201-0782 Reece Setterholm (218)-280-5890

G&G SALES • WIMBLEDON, ND

The Largest SP Sprayer!

COMBINES & HEADS, TRACTORS, TRUCKS & TRAILERS, SPRAYERS, HAYING EQUIPMENT, TILLAGE, WHAT HAVE YOU?

Largest Boom SP Sprayer! • The Floating Design • Lightweight Aluminum Box Boom • Floating Boom LightweightRoad Aluminum • Stainless Steel Design Tanks ••Unbeatable SpeedBox Boom Stainless Steel Tanks • Unbeatable Road units Speed ••Boom Conversions available for competitors

• Boom Conversions available for competitors units

ADVERTISING DEADLINE IS JUNE 28! Call 701-757-4015 For Proper Placement in All Promotions!

Crews Available

PM AG Sources, Inc. 866-588-7624 Horace, ND

“BUILT for the NEEDS of TODAY’S FARMER” “BUILT for the NEEDS of TODAY’S FARMER” www.sprayflexsprayers.com www.sprayflexsprayers.com Dave Greenwalt @ 765-969-7123

Contact Jay Mercil @701-360-3544

check our website for the location of your nearest Sprayflex Dealer


A20 AGWEEK/Monday, June 10, 2013

EMPLOYMENT

EMPLOYMENT

EMPLOYMENT

EMPLOYMENT

EMPLOYMENT

Driver for pneumatic trailer in the 3 state areas. Need Class A CDL w/tanker endorsement, clean MVR & 2 years OTR experience. Call: FSP Transport Milbank, SD 57252 Bob: 605-432-6865 Stephen: 605-270-1183

CORN increased acres in the northern plains

HELP WANTED: Ready Mix Drivers

CDL required. Full time seasonal. 40 to 50 hours per week. Benefits available. Will train. PortaMix Concrete, Inc., 1201 2nd St. NE, East Grand Forks, MN 56721 or call 773-3636.

Harvest Help

Grain carts , combine operator and truck drivers for custom combine run. Willing to train. To apply, call (701) 261-2548

Meyer's Auto & Truck Parts is looking for a Disassembler must have tools. Call Vern at 605-380-5708

Seasonal & Possible FT on corn and soybean farm. Must have strong work ethic, work well with others and be self motivated. Must have experience in operating large farm equipment. Pay DOE. Call Dan or Lori 605-534-9826

701-780-1179

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

HELP WANTED: Ready Mix Drivers

CDL required. Full time seasonal. 40 to 50 hours per week. Benefits available. Will train. PortaMix Concrete, Inc., 1201 2nd St. NE, East Grand Forks, MN 56721 or call 773-3636.

Grain Systems Complete Storage, Drying & Handling

EMPLOYMENT DISTRICT SALES MANAGER A growing manufacturing and exporting company seeking an experienced salesperson for domestic sales of our Grain Storage and Handling Systems. Position will provide technical customer service, and call on new and existing customers. Direct sales experience and a willingness to learn the product line is a must. Agriculture background preferred. Extensive travel is required. Excellent benefit package including: Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance, Paid Vacation, Paid Holidays, Excellent 401K with employer matching funds, Profit Sharing, Life Insurance. SCAFCO Corporation is a market leader in the design and manufacture of grain storage and handling systems. As the leading grain silo manufacturer, we enjoy an excellent worldwide reputation for superior system design capabilities, engineering and highquality materials and craftsmanship. Download application from our website www.SCAFCO.com and fax to 509-535-1572 or email to employment@ SCAFCO.com

BUILDINGS/ BINS

PM AG Sources, Inc. 866-588-7624 Horace, ND

r Summe SALE on now

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

Commercial ●Industrial ●Agricultural

Delivered on Time, Every Time! The “Nations Strongest Building” Sales Territory Managers Wanted

WxLxH 60 x 126 x 16 70 x 126 x 18 80 x 154 x 18 100 x 294 x 18

Retail $74,131.00 $105,300.00 $134,784.00 $361,620.00

SALE $65,969.00 $83,349.00 $119,504.00 $319,872.00

Henry Building Systems offers the ONLY Written Price Guarantee in the Nation.

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BUILDINGS/ BINS HUGE 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, spring delivery & early building erections!

BUILDINGS/ BINS

BUILDINGS/ BINS

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

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

3 27ft Floors, 80ft 8in U Trough, 12,000 Bushel Hopper Bin, 14,000 Bushel Bin Complete, 20,000 Bushel Bin, 26,000 Bushel Bin, 62,000 Bushel Bin. Call 507-697-6133 www.usedbinsales.com

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

WANTED: Damaged or Wet Feed Grain. Will pick up. Northwood, ND. Call: 701-587-6042 or 701-587-5433 or 218-779-5640

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

R001891504

Hwy. 200 East, Carrington, ND • 701-652-2886 • 1-800-859-2032

218-863-6445 ATTINTL@LORETEL.NET

Call us to place your ad. AGWEEK FARM AD DEPT.

888-857-1920

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

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

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT Alfalfa Seed for Sale Native Grass Seed Delivered to your Farm. Alfalfa Seed $3/lb. Volume Discounts available. Grass Seed Ephraim Crested $2/lb. Rosanna Western Wheat Grass Seed $5/lb. Planting available within 75 miles of Wasta, SD. 605-798-5413

cargo containers

wind & water tight strong - secure new and used 8x20 8x40 8x45 toll free: (877) 350-5794 www.storageboxesetc.com

R001896490

VERY NICE ROSEAU COUNTY FARM FOR SALE

Painting metal buildings, epoxy floors, and other farm and commercial projects. Free estimates. Matt: 701-729-2847

Building Sale:

FOR SALE: Mycogen 8N678S Short Stature Flowers $225-$230 per bag. Please call 605-354-2127 or e-mail tswenson@venturecomm.net

Legs • Conveyors Catwalks • Complete Grain Handling Systems

Call Jim @ 1-888-782-7040.

Henry Building Systems 70x126x18 steel building. Retail $108,353, SALE $79,180. Available immediately, call for other sale building sizes.

Round or Large Square Bales Alfalfa Hay, Grass Hay or Straw. Delivery Available By Semi. I Also Buy Hay. Ose Hay Farm, Thief River Falls, MN. Call or Text LeRoy at 218-689-6675

Native Grass Seed We have available a local origin Big Bluestem (Clay County, MN) and Indiangrass (Tomahawk) mix. Our grass seed is of the highest quality and is regionally suited for west central and northwest MN, eastern ND and northeast SD. For more information call 612-280-8331 or visit us online at www.bigbluestemprairie.com MN permits 20112985, 20114444, SD permit SP-12683, ND permit 16219

www.scafco.com

Authorized Behlen Industries lp.

#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.

HAY FOR SALE

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

SK Food is currently contracLng 2013 crop Non-GMO Soybeans, including

SK0007 Variety • Early-maturing variety to accomodate late spring condiQons. • Premiums over CBOT. • PlanQng seed available.

Contact Ron or Joel with your 2012 crop availability and 2013 crop contracLng interest today. We’d like you to...

This very well kept and highly improved grain and livestock farm located along State Hwy 11 would make an excellent property for anyone looking to actively farm, raise cattle or horses, or add to their existing acreage.

700 +/- Total Contiguous Acres Moranville and Laona Townships

• 398.6 +/- acres of quality land currently in use for hay and livestock production that has been farmed and could be put back into crop production raising small grains, corn or soybeans. • 149.23 +/- acres of quality land that has been under steady cultivation with a good cropping history. This tract can be purchased separately. • 98.68 +/- acres of pasture, brush and quality hunting land. • Balance consists of a very nice partially wooded yard site with a recently built home, shop & hay shed along with other modern well kept outbuildings. All of this within a brisk walk or a short ATV ride of a public access to one of Minnesota’s premier lake vacation destinations.

This is an immaculate farm that can be purchased “turn key” with a very nice line of equipment and an excellent small herd of commercial and registered cow/ calf pairs.

Grow with us! Thank you for “growing with us” for more than 20 years. 4666 Amber Valley Parkway • Fargo, ND 58104 USA 701.356.4106 TEL • skfood@skfood.com Visit our website at www.skfood.com.

2702 17th Ave S, Grand Forks, ND 58201 701-757-4015 • www.resourceauction.com

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A22 AGWEEK/Monday, June 10, 2013

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT SEED:

Full Line of Cover Crop Seed, Custom Mixes Available, Proso Millet, Sorghum-Sudangrass, Triticale, Turnip, Radish, NonRR Conola. Certified Small Grains: Wheat, Oats, Barley, Peas, Flax, Mycogen and NK Brand corn, soybeans and sunflowers. Certified On-Farm Scale. #SM-14018

Call Howe Seeds Inc. McLaughlin, SD 57642 605-823-4892

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT SEED FOR SALE: Full Line of Cover Crop Seed, Custom Mixes Available, Proso Millet, SorghumSudangrass, Triticale, Turnip, Radish, Non-RR Canola Certified Small Grains: Wheat, Oats, Barley, Peas, Flax Mycogen and NK Brand corn, soybeans, and sunflowers. Certified On-Farm Scale. #SM-14018 Call Howe Seeds Inc. McLaughlin, SD 57642 605-823-4892

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

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 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.

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

Engstrom Bean & Seed

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

CURRENT AND NEW CROP YELLOW PEA CONTRACTS Dakota Dry Bean, Inc. is contracting current and new crop yellow peas. Licensed and bonded in North Dakota. Quick pay.

Please call Dakota Dry Bean at 701-746-7493 or 701-398-3112. WANTED Dairy alfalfa or grinding alfalfa, mixed or grass hay. Large square bales. Contact John Haensel at 605-351-5760

Leeds, ND 58346

Brian & James Engstrom 701-466-2398 Fax 701-466-2076 Regional Manager - James Enger 218-791-5390

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

New Crop Flax Contracts Available Golden and Brown both Non-Organic and Organic

Healthy Oilseeds

6947 5th St. NE Carrington, ND 58421

Tel: 701-652-3529

GILBY, ND LAND FOR SALE ON BIDS

Roger 701-652-5477 Brock 701-652-5453 Visit: www.healthyoilseeds.com sales@healthyoilseeds.com

Gilby Township - Grand Forks County, ND

LAND FOR SALE ON BIDS LAND FOR SALE ON BIDS 460± Acres • Griggs County, North Dakota

Bids due 5:00 PM, Monday, June 24 Thursday, June 27, Bid Sale at 2:00 PM Tract 1: NW¼ of Section 4, T146 R61 Tract 2: N½ of Section 5, less tract, T146 R61 Property located 10 miles southwest of Binford, North Dakota Long term CRP income stream through 2022

For property details, contact:

Rob Loe, Agent

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Cooperstown, North Dakota (701) 797-3276 or (701) 261-3355 RLoe@FarmersNational.com

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

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Birdsall Grain & Seed, LLC “A Farmers Seed Company” Mark Birdsall or Blake Inman Mark's Cell (701) 240-9507 Blake's Cell (701) 240-8784

HAYING EQUIPMENT 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 5010 MacDon 16’ Hydroswing, good condition, $7,500 OBO. 8465 International Round Baler, good condition $5,500 OBO. 605-351-7901 or 605-351-7902

Good food grade premiums over local market prices.

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.

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

Formerly Botsford & Qualey Land Company For more information, visit our web site at

www.FarmersNational.com Real Estate Sales • Auctions • Farm and Ranch Management Appraisal • Insurance • Consultation • Oil and Gas Management Lake Management • National Hunting Leases

HAYING EQUIPMENT 2011 New Holland 7150 mower conditioner. 4750 Versatile windrower, 22’ double swath head. 605-865-3144 or 605-850-3687 New Holland haybine 1475/2324 - $6000 (Milbank) 1475 haybine with 14 foot head, new cutting parts less than 200 acres. Also 166 New Holland hay turner $2000. 605-695-4459 New Holland 851 round baler, always shedded, excellent shape, asking $3,800. Also 3pt 2 wheel rake, windrow turner, asking $550. 320-424-1495 FOR SALE: HW320 New Holland swather, 16ft H&S hay head, 3000 hrs, real good shape, $40,000 OBO. Call 701-387-4347 or 701-400-9504 Vermeer 605K baler, hay saver wheels, double hydraulic twine, equal fill/auto tie monitor, automatic chain oiler, no welds or breaks, always shedded, a very clean well maintained one owner baler. Call 605-432-6924 Hesston 4755 3x3 Baler with Accumulator and Preservative Applicator. 53000 Bales, Excellent Condition, One Owner Machine $40,000. Randy Heiser, Ruso, ND . 701-626-2030


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HAYING EQUIPMENT Pro Ag 12SR Bale Hauler. Handles 12 3x3s or 6 3x4s. Fast and Efficient, Excellent Condition, One Owner Machine $30,000. Randy Heiser, Ruso, ND. 701-626-2030 Hesston 8400 Swather, 16ft auger head, 605-690-7261 Hesston 12 ft diskbine 1345, $14,700. NH 152 10 wheel v rake, $6500. NH 116 disk mower, $4500. Morris 14 bale hay hiker, $10,000. All in good repair and in excellent condition. 320-289-2010 or 320-444-3078

HAYING EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: New Holland 1475 haybine, 16ft, 2300 series head, new style sickle drive, 2 seasons on new pump, $9000. JD 535 round baler, bale kicker, 1000 PTO, monitor, $7000. JD 54 manure spreader, log chain apron, $2000. Case IH 4900, 50ft field cultivator with harrows, $10000. 605-881-3385 FOR SALE: New Holland baler, Hayliner 273. Always shed. Call 218-457-0789 or 218-385-3980

FOR SALE: 2007 568 Baler. Mega-wide, net-wrap, twine, good used baler. About 8000 bales through baler. New sprockets & chains, $19,500. 605-957-5301

FOR SALE: 644 New Holland Round Baler, real nice condition, bought new, always shedded; $6,000. Cell: 218-230-0482 or Home 218-874-2611

2 Versatile Swathers 18ft 400, & 20ft double swat, canvas is new, reels in nice shape. Always been shedded. Int’l 560 Tractor, live PTO, power steering, new tires & paint, nice shape. Call 605-948-2191 or 605-228-3355

2009 956 JD Moco with impeller conditioner; $24,500. 21' 885 Massey McDon gas swather with heavy duty wobble box; $4,500. No Sunday calls please 204-427-2074 or 204-324-7410

BOTTINEAU COUNTY FARMLAND FOR SALE Township 162 North, Range 82 West Section 32: W1/2 Minerals: Sellers to reserve all oil, coal, gas and all other minerals the sellers may now own of record. Terms: Cash, with 10% down as earnest money upon completion of bids and balance payable within 45 days. Bids: Written bids, accompanied by a cashier’s check or certified check for $5,000 payable to Haugen Farm Realty, Inc., will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. on June 28, 2013. The top 5 bidders will have the right to orally raise their bids at 10:00 a.m. on July 2, 2013. Sellers will furnish an updated abstract and will pay the 2013 real estate taxes. The sellers reserve the right to reject any and all bids and to modify the oral bidding requirements.

HAYING EQUIPMENT

HAYING EQUIPMENT

2012 Vermeer Super M baler, 3091 bales, hydraulic picker lift, floatation tires, 1000 pto, moisture read out/monitor, stored inside, $32,000. Dickenson ND, 701-483-5853

New Holland bale wagon #1044, hauls 120 bales, tandem axles, pull type. Nice condition. 701-483-7701 or 701-690-9200

Make

Safe. Secure. Smart.

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 • 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

a part of your week. NEWS 800-477-6572, ext. 236

FARM REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Farm real estate located in Towner County, North Dakota, described as follows: Parcel One: South Half of the Northwest Quarter (S1/2NW1/4), Southwest Quarter (SW1/4), Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (SW1/4NE1/4) and West Half of the Southeast Quarter (W1/2SE1/4), all in Section Thirty-One (31), Township 157 North, Range 66 West. Parcel Two: Southeast Quarter (SE1/4) of Section Thirty-Six (36), Township 157 North, Range 67 West. Parcel Three: Southwest Quarter (SW1/4) of Section Thirty-Six (36), Township 157 North, Range 67 West. The Sellers hereby retain 100% of all available mineral interests on all of the above described real estate.

McLEAN COUNTY FARMLAND FOR SALE

Bids should be filed at GIBBENS LAW OFFICE, Cando, North Dakota, no later than Wednesday, June 26, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. At that time, the bids will be opened and the seven highest bidders for each parcel will be notified that they will have the opportunity of raising their bids orally on Friday, June 28, 2013 at 9:00 a.m.

Information: Bids may be submitted to and further information, along with bid forms, may be obtained from Brad Haugen, Haugen Farm Realty, Inc., 3108 S Broadway Ste. I, Minot, ND 58701, telephone (701)839-1451. www.haugenfarmrealty.com

HAYING EQUIPMENT

New & Used Trailer Inventory Changes Daily

Information: Bids may be submitted to and further information, along with bid forms, may be obtained from Ryan Haugen, Haugen Farm Realty, Inc., 3108 S Broadway Ste. I, Minot, ND 58701, telephone (701)8391451. www.haugenfarmrealty.com

Township 150 North, Range 87 West Section 12: NW1/4, less W 13 Rods of N 123 Rods and Outlot Minerals: Sellers to reserve all oil, coal, gas and all other minerals the sellers may now own of record. Terms: Cash, with 10% down as earnest money upon completion of bids and balance of 50% of the purchase price payable within 45 days. The remaining 50% of the purchase price shall be paid on or before January 6, 2014. Bids: Written bids, accompanied by a cashier’s check or certified check for $5,000 payable to Haugen Farm Realty, Inc., will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. on June 27, 2013. The top 6 bidders will have the right to orally raise their bids at 10:00 a.m. on July 1, 2013. Sellers will furnish an updated abstract and will pay the 2013 real estate taxes. The sellers reserve the right to reject any and all bids and to modify the oral bidding requirements.

HAYING EQUIPMENT

The property will be sold as three (3) separate parcels. Bids shall be for the total dollar amount for each parcel and not per acre.

The high bidder or bidders at the conclusion of the sale will be notified within one day of the sale if their bid is accepted or rejected. If the high bid is accepted, the buyer will deposit fifteen percent (15%) of the sales price with the seller and will have sixty (60) days to make full payment of the purchase price. Failure to make full payment of the purchase price for the land within sixty (60) days will constitute a forfeiture of buyer's deposit of fifteen percent (15%) of sales price as liquidated damages. Sellers will furnish up-to-date abstracts of title, Warranty Deed, and guarantee of marketable title. All real estate taxes for the calendar year 2013 and prior years will be paid by Sellers. Sellers reserve the right to reject any and all bids. For further information, please contact GIBBENS LAW OFFICE, Cando, North Dakota, Attorney for the Sellers. Phone number: 701-968-3342; fax number: 701-968-4239; e-mail: bruce@gibbenslaw.com

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FOR SALE: International 8480 soft core baler, new floor belts last year, always shedded. 5020 Gehl 12 wheel Vrake, good condition. 605-396-7500

HAYING EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: JD 300 twin knife haybine with JD 1525 hay conditioner. 2 large bale hauling trailers. 2 Lerus calf creep feeders, 2 mineral feeders, 2 molasses lick tanks. Also 2 2000 bu hopper bins, 1 3200 bu. hopper bin. 701-238-2992

NH (BR780) ROUND BALER with auto wrap, 540 Pto, laced belts, wide pick up, and monitor. $12,000. CALL 701-391-1607

FARMLAND FOR SALE

851 New Holland round baler in excellent condition, $3,000 OBO. Farmhand 8 pack bale fork, $400. 605-940-3036

180 Acres - East of Russell, MN, (180 acres of 240 acre parcel) Parcel: 12028004-0 $11,500 per acre Call for a Private Consultation

2011 Enorossi 20 wheel rake with kickers, flex frame, tandem wheels. Call 605-380-7391

• Experienced Realtor • Top Proven Sales • 30+ years of working with Farmers

Steve Struchen 507-530-6272 sstruke@hotmail.com

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Retired For Sale: 5051 Vermeer Baler, good condition; $4200. Call: 701-445-3534 evenings around 8pm Bill Geiger 7630 14th Ave Solen, ND

Serving SW Minnesota & SE South Dakota

Matt Larson, Broker

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

BURLEIGH COUNTY, ND

L AND AUCTION Monday, June 24, 2013 - 11:00 a.m.

402.85 acres divide into 12 Tracts of irregular description, ranging in size from 9.51 to 52.31 acres, east of Bismarck Airport and near the city of Lincoln; Apple Creek meanders thru the property, with numerous trees, open meadows, and cropland! A rare opportunity to own land with great location near Bismarck!

AUCTION LOCATION: Ramada (Doublewood) - 1400 E Interchange Ave - Bismarck, ND Acres: 402.85 Estimated Cropland: 320 +/Zoned: Agricultural Taxes (2012): $2.98/acre

AUDITOR’S LOT L 21.16 ACRES

BURLEIGH COUNTY, ND

E Bismarck Expy

Yegen Rd

LEGEND

theharrisonco.com

Thursday - June 13 – 6:30pm AmericInn – Fergus Falls ABSOLUTE AUCTION!

The Harrison Company “We Sell Farms” 320-842-7303 ROSE LAKE 89 Acres, 3+ bedroom log home, 1300' shoreline, tennis court, ball diamond, trails, wildlife; Dead Lake, 46.2 acrew with house and barn, adjoins 800+ acre WMA, 800' shore; Large home on 3.2 acres on Dead Lake with 785' shoreline; 35 acre peninsula on Rose Lake, 400' shoreline. Glen 218-849-2905, OtterBeck Realty, Vergas

Huge Selection - Visit

www.cormorantrealty.com

Pasture for 80 Pairs, good fence, cross fence, next to Farm to Market road. Call 701-321-1093

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Thursday, June 27, 2013 - 11:00 a.m. & 3:00 p.m. (CT) 160 Acres - Richland County

160 Acres - Dickey County

AUCTION TIME: 11:00 a.m. (CT) Dakota Magic Casino - Hankinson, ND Acres: 160 +/Legal: NE¼ 17-129-50 Cropland Acres: 157.5 Great cropland with a Soil PI of 81.1 south of Hankinson, ND!

AUCTION TIME: 3:00 p.m. (CT) Klein’s Grill - LaMoure, ND Acres: 160 +/Legal: SW¼ 29-132-62 CRP Acres: 139.4 139.4 acres of soon to expire CRP with a Soil Productivity Index of 82.5!

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96th St. SE

SUBJECT PROPERTY

99th St. SE

169th Ave SE

166th Ave SE

AUDITOR’S LOT F 36.59 ACRES AUDITOR’S LOT E 35.84 ACRES

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RICHLAND COUNTY, ND OWNER: Lee DeForest ETAL

OWNERS: Lincoln Land Development, LLC 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.

877.700.4099

94th Ave SE

81 AUDITOR’S LOT G 52.31 ACRES

AUDITOR’S LOT D 35.49 ACRES

www.pifers.com

Written bids must be submitted. Bids must be delivered to the Law Office of Kubik, Bogner, Ridl & Selinger, PLLP, P.O. Box 1173, Dickinson, ND 58602 no later than 3:30 o'clock P.M., June 24, 2013. Bids should be marked "Raab Property". All individuals submitting written bids will have the right to orally raise their bids on July 8, 2013, at a location in Dickinson to be determined. Ten percent non-refundable earnest money required on any successful bid with signed purchase agreement. Closing to occur on or before August 1, 2013. For information, contact Bruce Selinger at 225-9155. Seller reserves all oil, gas, coal, and other minerals. Seller reserves the right to reject any and all bids or waive any irregularities.

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AUDITOR’S LOT H 49.56 ACRES

Lincoln Rd

Stark County, ND Township 138 North - Range 95 West Section 21: S½N½ 10/01/2011 154.3 Acre 10 Year CRP Contract

320 +/- ACRES • RICHLAND & DICKEY COUNTIES, ND

AUDITOR’S LOT C 22.34 ACRES

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RAAB FAMILY LAND FOR SALE

Details on the web

Minnesota Lake Properties

26x52 House for Sale to be moved off lot. 605-281-1126

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Contact: Alan Butts - 701.400.8858

LAND AUCTIONS

Looking for farmland of any acreage to rent or buy. Pembina, Walsh and Kittson counties. Thomas R. and Thomas J. Grzadzieleski. 701-360-1693.

AUDITOR’S LOT I 48.35 ACRES

LOCATED NEAR THE BISMARCK AIRPORT!

Pifer ’s

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350± Acres Restored hunting land 15 mi NE of Breckenridge Adj to Rothsay State WMA Sold in 3 parcels

AUDITOR’S LOT J 36.06 ACRES

66’ Easement

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FOR SALE: 116 16’ Haybind. New knife & guards. Ask for Dave. Call 701-336-7201 Linton, ND

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FLOODWAY FLOODWAY

2001 JD 567 Baler. 1000 PTO, 6300 bales, mint condition. All have been shedded, $12,500 OBO. 605-380-0627

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96th Ave SE

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AUDITOR’S LOT L 9.51 ACRES

68’ Easement Old Railroad Bed

New Holland 7460, 16’ Disk bine, cuts 800 acres, like new. John Deere 3950 cutter, 5’ loading hayhead, 3 row narrow cornhead, near new knives and shear bar. John Deere 567 baler, Mega wide, net wrap, auto oiler, gone through. 2 Badger 1050 18’ forage wagons, good shape. New Holland 258 rake with New Holland 2 rake hitch. Columbia 9 wheel rake. IH 600 Silo blower. Call 605-880-0667

Own Farmland?

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

402.85 +/- ACRES

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Bob Pifer - 701.371.8538 Jeremy Jorgenson - 320.815.6583

83rd St SE

OWNER: Bernice Schiefelbein Education Trust - Carol Nelson, Trustee

Steve Link - 701.361.9985

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

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SE 1/4 Sect 9 Belgium Twp Polk Co MN approx 160 acres. 79 acres in CRP, 64 acres avail to till. Ag/ Hunting use. $285,000.

-------------------------------320 acres, 4 miles south & 1 mile east of Calio, ND. --------------------------------

Contact Eric Loraas Coldwell Banker 218-289-0256. Eloraas@forksrealestate.com. www.EricLoraas.com

For more information contact: Andy Gudajtes (218) 779-7305 or Jayson Menke (218) 779-1293 www.FarmersNational.com

SPEND YOUR WINTERS IN ARIZONA! Price reduced on pre-owned mobile homes with 3 months FREE rent! Quiet senior park. 480-986-7353.

21 Acre refuge hunting/building site $59,000

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Very productive MN hunting site within 30 minutes of Moorhead. Build your dream home or just hunt. Call Steve At Prudential Premier 701-356-3636 or 218-329-9239

The deadline for farm ads to run in AGWEEK is Thursday at 3:00 PM for the following Monday edition.

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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

FARMSTEAD East of Hillsboro, bi-level home, 4 bdrms, 2 baths, stainless steel appliances, ABC Seamless Steel siding, new windows & doors, alarm system. Quonset, pole shed, fenced kennel and other outbuildings on approx. 10 acres. 701-436-5004

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AREA FARMERS & RANCHERS CONSIGNMENT AUCTION Sat, June 15, 2013 at 10:00 am Main Street, Lankin, ND Trucks & Vehicles: 1975 IH 1800 twin-screw, 478 auto, Midland 19 ft box & hoist, 54" sides, 3 piece end gate, roll tarp, 10:20 tires all around • 1975 Ford F600, single axle, 300 hp, 6 cylinder, 4 speed, 13 1/2' Rugby box & hoist, 18,980 actual miles • 1979 GMC Tandem twin screw, 20 ft Loadline box & hoist • 1993 Toyota Convertible, manual trans. Tractors: Case 1470, 4 Wheel, 23.1.26 single tires (80%), 2 hyd, cab • 1946 Allis Chalmers WC elect start, narrow front, PTO, belt pulley • 1937 Allis Chalmers WC narrow front, (unstyled), PTO • IHC 560G, T.A., PTO, hyd, 345 dual loader & grapple • JD 4010D, Jobber 3 pt, 2 hyd. 18.4.34 tires Tillage & Row Crop: 60 ft Herman Harrow (new teeth) • JD 41 Shank Chisel Plow/106 Summers Harrow (black shank) • JD 1000-36 ft Cult walking tandems/3 bar harrow • Glenco 15 ft cult/harrow • 48 ft Herman harrow • JD 16 ft 100 Chisel plow/Herman harrow • JD 16 ft 100 Chisel Plow • JD 15 ft Tandem Disk • JD 22 ft 100 Series cult/harrow • JD 18 ft 100 Series cult/harrow • Alloway 12 Row, 30" cult/rolling shields • JD 16 Row 30" s-tine cult • Wilrich 3500, 34 ft Chisel Plow, 3 bar Summers harrow • Wilrich 2500, 45 ft cult/3 bar Wilrich harrow • Krause 30 ft Rock Flex Disk • JD 980 44 ft Cult with 3 bar JD harrow • Farm Master 68’ heavy harrow Rock Pickers & Planting: Rock-O-Matic 546 Reel Rock Picker • Otto Rock Picker long pole (small) • Sands Fork Type Rock picker • JD 777, 32 ft Air Seeder with 1060 tool & markers • JD 7000 12 Row, 30" Planter/corn & bean fingers • JD 9350 Drill (3-8ft) factory transport, fert & markers • JD 9300 Drill (3-8ft) grass seeder & markers • IHC 6200 Drill (2-10ft) factory transport, fert marker Livestock Equipment: Lowery post hole auger for skid steer, 3 bits (new) • Bale spear • 3pt Shaver HD 8 post pounder • Rehm 6000 hay shredder • JD 350 3pt 7ft power mower • Vermeer Super J Baler reconditioned (shed) • Shop made cattle chute with head gate • NH 258 Rake • NH 55 Rake • Shop made hyd 2-rake hook • Hale 6x18 5th wheel stock trailer/dressing room • Hale 5X16 bumper hitch trailer • Verns portable calf feeder • Self catch head gate • Double D 24x7, 5th wheel stock trailer reconditioned/painted • Several wood & steel fence posts • Several metal gates • JD 3800 corn chopper • Jiffy high dump silage wagon • Farm King roll mill on wheels Harvest: JD 800, 21 ft SP Swather/matching transport (good) • IHC 914 (always shedded) • IHC #175, 18ft Swather (shedded) • (2) IHC 810, 6 belt, pickup head • IHC 810, 22 1/2 ft, rigid head, bat reel • IHC 810 17 1/2 ft flex head • IHC 820 17 1/2' flex head • IHC 810, 20 ft rigid head/bat reel • Versatile #10, 18 ft Swather • JD 920 20 ft flex head • Header trailer • JD 930 header (parts) • Harriston 8 Row, 30" front mount bean cutter Lawn & Recreation: Moto Craft 16 ft boat & trailer/20 hp Johnson motor • Switcher 3-wheel mower/elect start • 8xI0 fish house on wheels • 1976 Holiday Rambler 35 ft, 5th wheel trailer, completely self contained with awning • Portable fish house • Muzzle loader • Troy Bilt (Horse) rear tine tiller Miscellaneous: 12 ft box scraper • 2000 Gal fuel tank/Gas Boy pump • 42" Pallet forks/quick hitch bucket w/pallet forks (skid steer) • 8ft Truck Mate pickup topper • (6) JD tractor rear wheel weights • 6OG 2-wheel, 12 Volt sprayer • Water transfer pump • American Hyd 4 Ton Porta Power • Metal sleigh • (3)-sets 18-4-34 duals • (2) 9x24 tires • JD 2OOG pickup sprayer/motor • Approx 25 Vlbra Chisel Shank assemblies • Wood turning lathe • Roto tiller (sm) • Generator • JD front tank • Approx 120 sheets tin (used) • C65 Chevy truck seat • Misc new & used hand & electrical tools • Back seat for 2002 Vermax Pickup • (2) Lg tool boxes • Misc plywood & lumber • Misc exterior and interior doors • Heaters & lights. Auctioneers Note: Sale to be held on Main Street of Lankin, ND. For more information or ownership of items call the Auction Company- Arlyn at 701-360-4512. Thank you.

Askim Auction & Appraisal Service. The Auction Company Who Cares! 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 rooms 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 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 701-284-6881

REAL ESTATE/ AG STOCK

REAL ESTATE/ AG STOCK

LAKESHORE OUTLET SALE

FARM/HUNTING LAND

•Eagle Lake, Park Rapids. Was $169,000; now $98,000 •RV/Camping tract. Park Rapids area. New well, septic, elec. Was $59,000; now $39,000 •Leech Lake Perfect lot, north shore. Was $189,000; now $99,000. WOW! •Potato Lake, Pk. Rapids 313' prime lakeshore. Was $329,000; now $209,000 •11th Crow Lake. Sugar Sand. Sunset views. Was 229,000; now $140,000

774 Acres-Marshall & Roseau Counties, MN Whitford Twp.

Call us to place your ad. AGWEEK FARM AD DEPT.

tskjerseth pifers.com www.pifers.com

AGWEEK ADVERTISING RATES

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160 ac. with 93 PI 123 ac. of CRP 26 ac. of Alfalfa

Moose River Twp.

156.24 ac. w/farmstead 113 ac. of CRP

Linsell Twp.

151.27 ac. of woods

Golden Valley Twp. 307 ac.; 250 ac. of CRP Contact: Terry Skjerseth

at 701-261-1144

Call Diane. 218-820-8963. Lakeplce/bkrassoc.

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FARM AUCTION

SAT., JUNE 22, 2013 • Starting at 10:00 a.m/ct Location: From Medina, ND - 2 miles West on I-94 to Exit 228 then Highway #30, South 1.5 miles. Lunch Served TRACTORS & LOADER

Case/IH 5140 tractor, FWA, CAH, 3 pt, 540 & 1000 PTO, 18.4x38 rear tires, 2 hyd., 7982 hrs, shuttle shift, joystick, 14.9x24 front tires, Ser # JJF1010402, Mounted on this unit is a Farmhand XL940 loader w/grab & bucket This unit is a one owner tractor (purchased new by Herb) John Deere 5020 tractor, cab, duals, 24.5x32 tires, 2 hyd., PTO

Oliver 88 tractor, gas, row crop, 3 pt.

COLLECTIBLES Large dish cabinet Wash stand McCormick Deering #9 mower Drop leaf table Cream cans 3 pt. 2 bottom plow Chest of drawers Dishes 3 pt. 8 ft. cultivator

TO BE MOVED – 300 bu. hopper grain bin LIVESTOCK & FIELD EQUIPMENT Oliver chisel plow, 14 ft. Dual #600 manure spreader Rufeeder, 20 ft. Stackmover, PT, cable type, 10 beams IH vibra shank cultivator, 14 ft. Rieten 5B plow Gehl 9 wheel rake Rowse 36 ft. dump rake Mayrath G auger 7”x80 ft., PTO 2 wheel sprayer w/booms (2) 1100 IH 9 ft. PT mowers IH 14 ft. grain drill w/fert. Melroe 45 ft. drag #451 John Deere 800 self-propelled swather, 16 ft. Steinman rock picker WW stock trailer, 5x16 ft. PT SPORTING & GARDEN Honda 3 wheeler 90cc Go cart Poulan Pro Garden tractor w/mower TRUCK 1972 Dodge truck, V8, 2 ton w/steel box & hoist AUTO 1990 Mazda 4 door car PLUS SHOP, LIVESTOCK AND HOUSEHOLD

Herbert (Herb) Martel Estate Elaine Martel • For Info Call Dan Martel at 701-998-2439 • 701-388-2829

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NENOW AUCTION SERVICE

BOX 103, WOODWORTH, ND 58496 3529 HIGHWAY 52 BYPASS, JAMESTOWN, ND 58401 701-320-4050 • PHONE 752.4168 EMAIL: nenow@daktel.com

REAL ESTATE/ AG STOCK

AUCTIONEERS: ROGER NENOW, LIC. NO. 132 CHAD MACK, LIC. NO. 819 CLERKING NO. 207

Private year-round, logsided, architect-designed home on recreational, spring-fed Boot Lake, Park Rapids. 150' pristine shoreline. 3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths. Sleeps +10. Large chef's kitchen. Game room. "Man Cave" with 4th bedroom and sauna. Log-sided 4-stall garage and storage shed. Gradual slope to lake. Public hunting, 4-wheeler/snowmobile trails across road. Furnishings & dock included. Caretaker available. $698,000.

See it at www.parkrapidsretreat.com 701-306-5098. It won't last long!

ANTIQUES AND CRAFTS Bunkhouse Antiques will be open June 8 from 11am-5pm and June 9 from 1-5pm. Antiques, collectibles, repurposed items, vintage linens and quilts, garden things, hunting, fishing and lots more. Located 6 mi west of Gardner ND on County Hwy 26. Call 701-874-2342 evenings for more info. 1969 Camaro Z28, was 302, now 350. Muncie 4 speed, 12 bolt rear, Black with white stripes. $34,000. 605-649-7732 FOR SALE: JD 630 old tack shows 6040 hrs, new Firestone tires 14.9x38, totally restored, lots of new parts, call for list of new parts, beautiful tractor. Call 605-887-7246 or 605-887-3246 Call us to place your ad. AGWEEK FARM AD DEPT.

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AGWEEK/Monday, June 10, 2013 A27

HORSES

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POAs (Pony of the Americas) All Ages and Stallions, Mares and Geldings Starting at $200 and up. Phone 605-881-4380

LIVESTOCK Polled Hereford Bulls

For Sale: Good selection, tame, reasonably priced. Vaccinated for Anthrax, Pink Eye & Foot Rot. Free delivery. Can hold until you need them. 701-845-0683 early mornings to midnight or leave a message, we'll call back. Jerry Hieb, Valley City. BLACK Angus yearling bulls, great selection, good dispositions, moderate birth weights. BLACK yearling heifers ready from someone's herd. Contact Larry Jordan, Rugby, ND 701-776-2228 or Cell 701-208-1094 BLACK ANGUS BULLS 2 yr old Angus Bulls. Semen tested & scrotal measurements, thick, deep, Ingenuity tested, easy fleshing 1800 lb. bulls, great slaughter carcass cattle heard. Raised on high roughage balanced ration. We NEVER SELL YEARLINGS! Calvin Heitzman, Spencer, SD 605-941-3830 or 605-246-2472

POLLED HEREFORD BULLS FOR SALE Good selection of coming two year old bulls. Range raised - no creep. Will be semen tested and delivery can be arranged. Winter Ranch 701-884-2424 701-884-2417 Goodrich, ND Farm Aid 430 feeder wagon 2004 Model, $12,800. 605-350-0366 WANTED TO BUY: Slaughter bulls, Black Angus or Red Angus. 320-905-4490 150 Railroad switch ties, 10inx10inx10ft, quality #1 grade, no junk, $20-$25 each depending on quantity, John Haensel. 605-351-5760 FOR SALE: 150 Red Angus replacement heifers weighing 750 lbs. All pre breeding shots, bangs vaccinated and ready to go to grass. Sell any number. Call Tim at 605-491-0986 or 605-384-3300 Black and Red Simmentals and Sem-Angus bulls for sale. They will be semen tested and ready to go after April 7th. We will deliver, Thank you. Hieggelke Simmentals Lisbon ND. Jerry 701-680-2061 or David 701-680-1431

ONLINE AUCTION www.123Bidonline.com

Online Auction to start on Tues, May 21 at 12pm Online Auction will close on Tues, June 18 at 7pm Lake Shore Property on Union Lake (Locally Known as Little Union), Polk Co.

LOCATION: From Erskine, MN At Intersection of Hwy 2 & 59 go 4 miles South on Hwy 59 to Polk Co. 206 or 390th St. SE. Turn West, follow road 5-1/2 miles to property. Property recently surveyed and properties can be purchased in separate parcels. Parcel 2 is Approx. 5,000 Sq. Ft. Building area. Parcel 3 is Approx. 50,000 Sq. Ft. Building Area. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: 12.53 Acres in Section 1 Twp. 147, Range 043. Tract In Northeast 1/4, Northwest 1/4 Commening 820 Ft. South Of The Northeast Corner; South 872 Ft., Northwesterly To Shoreline Of Union Lake. Northerly Along Shoreline To A Point Directly West Of Point Beginning And East To Point Of Beginning (AKA Point Of L3) And Also Point Of L3 Commencing 1,692 Ft. South Of Northeast 1/4 Northwesterly 653.27 Ft. To Point Of Beginning, Southwesterly 1,347.40 Ft North 151 Ft. To Shore, Northwesterly Along Shore To A Point Being Southeasterly From Beginning, Thence Southeasterly To Point Of Beginning.

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Shorthorn Bulls Red or Roan, pick one or a trailer load. Yearlings and older. Uniform high quality, most sired by Red Sons of Eagle 255X. Nice set of 2012 heifer available. Call for disc or data, Mellvale Shorthorns, Robert Miller family, 1-800-807-6944 Bob’s cell 701-331-1153, Berta’s cell 701-331-2403 REG ANGUS yearling bulls LW birthweights with performance to no end. Sired by Motive, Kodiak9194, IronMan, Dominator. Semen checked, free keep till June. Call for a catalog. Dakitch Angus Farms, Ada, MN. 701-799-7690, dakitch@arvig.net or www.dakitchfarms.net

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 POLLED HEREFORD BULLS Good selection of 2 year old and yearling bulls with size and quality. Performance tested, fertility tested, delivered and guaranteed. These bulls will work with black cows and heifers. Raising Polled Hereford cattle for 65 years. Woodcraft Farm Del and Ruth Wood, Cresbard SD 605-324-3289 Hunter Wood 605-450-0373

AUCTION RICHARD AAKER ESTATE

2 Locations: Fosston Civic Center, Hwy. 2 & 804 3rd St NE, Fosston, MN

SATURDAY, JUNE 15TH, 10AM HUGE TOY & COLLECTIBLE AUCTION

AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This advertising was printed before we could get through everything. We are finding treasure daily. Check our website for new findings. Don’t miss this auction there is something for everyone!

Collectibles (Note: Most Items In Original Boxes): Complete Sets Of Topps, Fleer, Don Russ Baseball, Football, Hockey Cards, Die-Cast Models – John Deere, Case, IH, Kenworth, Allis Chalmers, Antique Train Cars, Lionel Train Sets, Dolls, Marbles Bradford Exchange Plates, Budweiser Steins, Clocks, Beer Signs, Silver Dollar Clock w/Five Morgan Silver Dollars 1901-1903, Assorted Clocks, Radios, Lanterns, Telephones, Tonka – Trucks, Tractors, Loaders, Limited Edition State Quarters Map Complete w/Quarters, Coca-Cola Memorabilia, Sports Memorabilia, Many Porcelain Figurines, Misc. Vintage Glass, BobO-Link Bobsled, Ca 1950, All Metal, Fair Condition, Stamps, Coins, Musical, Instruments, Plus Much, Much More Toys: Furbys Bears, Hot Wheels Cars, Doll Chairs, Radio Controlled Robot, Doll Cribs, Board Games, Skateboards, 5- Air Rifles, New, Never Used, Jeep Power Wheels, Little Tykes, Dart Boards, Plus Much More Miscellaneous: Samurai Swords & Daggers, Muskie Lures, Watches, Costume Jewelry, Other Jewelry, Tricycles & Bicycles, Foosball Tables, Fishing Rods & Tackle Boxes, Gas Cans, Candy Vending Machines, Space Heaters, Hand Water Pumps, Cream Cans, Cast-Iron Cistern Pumps, 2– Surge Milkers, Stainless Steel Pails, Surveyor Transom, T-Fence Posts, Snow Fence, Shovels, Rakes, Steel Tractor & Implement Seats, Nail Kegs Tires, Many Steel Wheels – Assorted Sizes, Books, Vinyl Records, Cassette Tapes, 8Tracks, CDs, Plus Much, Much More Collectibles: Scooters, Strollers, Red Wagons, Flexible Flyer Sleds w/Metal Runners, Wooden Tobaggan, Plus Much More Household: Grandfather Clock, TVs, Lamps, Chairs, Sofas, Beds, Tables, Console Stereo, Organ, Microwaves, Chest-Type Freezer, Frigidaire Washer & Dryer, Cast-Iron Pans, Chandeliers And Other Asst. Light Fixtures, Rattan Indoor/Outdoor Furniture, Plus Much More Vehicles: 1990 Club Wagon XL Van, V8 Automatic, 1992 Ford F-150 XLT, 4x4 Pickup, 5.0 V8 Engine, Plymouth Voyager Van, 2- Pickup Box Trailers, One With A Topper, Yamaha Exciter 250-T Motorcycle Shop/Utility Equipment: Maytag Gas Engine, Floor Jacks, Air Tanks, Woodworking Equip.: Table Saws, Cross-Cut Saws, Toolboxes Bolt Cutters, Ladders, Car Ramps, Hammers, Rakes, Mauls, Hand Saws, Aluminum Loading Ramps, Push Lawn Mowers, Many Assorted Hand Tools, Plus Much More THIS AUCTION CONDUCTED, MANAGED & CLERKED BY

This Auction Conducted, Managed & Clerked by

1601 US Hwy 59 SE • Thief River Falls MN • (218) 681-3960

1601 US Hwy 59 SE, Thief River Falls MN ~ (218) 681-3960

CALL ON US - “The Auction Team That Goes To Work For You” Joe McMullen, Auctioneer/Real Estate Agent - (218) 689-5760 Lic. # 63-1 View additional photos at www.mcmullensales.com • email: mcmullensales@mncable.net Real Estate Terms: Contact auction company for details. The successful bidder shall enter into a noncontingent “AS IS” purchase agreement immediately following the auction with non-refundable earnest money down of 5% of auction price which will be held in escrow. The balance is due and payable day of closing which will be no later than 30 days after date of auction. Real estate taxes will be prorated from date of closing. The buyer shall pay for any title opinion or title insurance plus 5% buyer’s fee. Square footage, dimensions amounts are based upon information provided by the seller and are believed to be correct. Seller reserves the right to approve of final bid. Auctioneer statements take precedence over all printed material. 123 4-Sale Realty, Broker

CALL ON US - “The Auction Team That Goes To Work For You” Joe McMullen, Auctioneer/Real Estate Agent - (218) 689-5760 Lic. # 63-1 Scott McMullen - (218) 681-7650 Lic. # 57-34 Jen McMullen - (218) 686-4009 Lic. # 57-33 View additional photos at www.mcmullensales.com email: mcmullensales@mncable.net TERMS Cash Or Check. Nothing to be removed until paid for. All sales final. Owners, auc tion eers and clerks take no responsibility for errors or omissions in auction listing. State ments made auction day take pre ced ence over all advertising. Not re spons ible for accidents.

LIVESTOCK FOR SALE 450 Fancy Angus cow/calf pairs which includes: 70 first calf heifers 150 6 year olds 100 7 year olds 130 solid mouth cows Cows originate from 2 ranches in Eastern WY and Western SD. Wintered and calved in SE SD Cows weigh 1400 pounds and fancy calves at side. 605-261-5343 Ten 24’ Villhauer Free Standing Panels. $335 each. 701-678-2813

LIVESTOCK FOR SALE: Open replacement heifers, Sim Angus, Red Angus, Simmental, Reds or Blacks, BV, Preg guard shots, from top half of the herd. Past customers have been very satisfied. Ketterling Brothers 701-452-2596 or 701-452-2141 FOR SALE: Black Angus first calf heifer pairs. Gentle disposition. Bred to half brother Angus Bulls. Weighing 1150-1200 lbs. with calves weighing 175-200 lbs. Harvey Tschetter 605-350-1153

AUCTION

TRUMAN SANDLAND ESATE & AVIS SANDLAND 52534 189th Ave, Clearbrook, MN

SATURDAY, JUNE 22ND, 10AM

Directions: 4 miles N of Clearbrook on Co Rd 5, or 169th Ave; 2 miles E on Co Rd 11; ½ mile N off of 189th Ave Tractors: 1985 MF 1085 – only 1990 hours, 1 remote, hydraulic 540 PTP, equipped w/3 pt, 18.4x38 tires-30%, Oliver Super 77, Gas WF w/540 PTO, 2 remote w/add-on 3 pt, 13.6x38 tires-40%, equipped w/Farmhand F-11 loader, MF 35 Diesel, 3 pt 540 PTO, 1 remote, PS, meter reads 2108 hours, Ford 800 3 pt 540 PTO 11x28 tires-20%, equipped w/front mounted 6’ push blade, Ford 8N 540 PTO 3 pt 11.2x28 tires-90%, 1956 JD 820 tractor, 13.4x36 tires, 1958 IH Farmall 450 Diesel 540 PTO 2 remotest, equipped w/quick hitch, 15.5x38 tires, International F-20 tractor w/Chevy car engine, Steel wheels for F-20 with lugs, Radiator for F-20 Haying Equipment: New Idea side delivery rake Hay sweep rake for F-11 loader, Farmhand 7 wheel rake, Hesston Hydro 1014 Swing Haybine, New Holland Model 104 hay crimper, pull-type Misc. & Other Equipment: MF 3 bottom 14’ plow 3.12 w/coulters IH Vibrashank 45 3 pt cultivator 8’6”, Allis Chalmers 12’ tandem disk hydraulic lift, JD 26’ drag harrow on hydraulic transport, Deerborn 3 pt 2 bottom 14’ plow w/coulters, Versatile 43 ft 8” grain auger, Ford 4 bottom 14’ 3 pt plow w/coulters, IH 50 - 10’ chisel plow, IMCO 7’ 3 pt blade, Ford 7’ 3 pt cultivator, Farm King 3 pt 6’ tandem disk, EZEE Flow 3 pt PTO seeder, IH Vibrashank 18’ cultivator, 4 ft 4” grain auger, JD Power Unit Model LUC, IHC 140 combine engine, FMC Pea Harvester w/Chrysler LP engine Trailers: Shop built hydraulic dump trailer w/wooden bed, Range 7’x10’ tandem axle trailer 16’ bed, Range 7.5’x8’ snowmobile trailer, Spartan 4’x8’ single snowmobile trailer, Homemade snowmobile trailer, 6’x8’ single axle trailer, tilt bed Older 2-wheel boat trailer Shop Tools: Powermate 2 cyl air compressor plus various other air compressors, Makita cordless drills, DeWalt cordless drills, Air chisels, 3/8” & ½” drills, Wall mounted drill press, B&D Skill Saw, Ward 17” Drill press, router, shaper, Metal band saw, Welding table, FIMCO 15 gal spot sprayer, like new, Craftsman ½” electric impact wrench & sockets, Battery chargers, extension cords, wrenches, bolt cutters, pipe wrenches, mauls, shovels, rakes, C-clamps, pipe clamps, hydraulic valves, come-alongs, RR jacks, Shop light, Plus more Motor Vehicles: 2007 GMC Sierra 4x4 V8 Crew Cab Z71 5.3L Auto w/running boards, box rails, tonneau cover, driver side electric seat – 21,450 miles - one owner, 2000 Ford F-350 SRW ext cab 7.3L TDSL, Auto 4x4 XLT – Only 82,800 miles, 2003 Suzuki Vitara JLX 4x4, Auto, electric windows & locks, grill guard, trailer hitch, 87,500 miles, 2000 Suzuki Vitara 4x4 5-speed, electric windows & locks, 142,00 miles, 1971 Ford Bronco 6-cyl. 4x4 w/push blade, runs Campers/Sport Utility: Kawasaki Mule 2510 4x4, hour meter reads 637 hours, Polaris Sportsman 500 4x4, rear & front racks, 1998 Lance Squire 3000 pick-up camper– 8’6” ext cab, queen bed, A/C, LP heater, fully equipped with 4 jacks & tie-down kit EXCELLENT CONDITION, 1976 XL 20’ pull-behind camper, all self-contained, Menards Yard Sport, 36-volt – year 2010 or newer, Ski-Doo Formula 500 Deluxe 2,800 miles, Ski-Doo 377 Safari Collectibles, Miscellaneous & Other Household & Miscellaneous.

THIS AUCTION CONDUCTED, MANAGED & CLERKED BY

1601 US Hwy 59 SE • Thief River Falls MN • (218) 681-3960 CALL ON US - “The Auction Team That Goes To Work For You” Joe McMullen, Auctioneer/Real Estate Agent - (218) 689-5760 Lic. # 63-1 Scott McMullen - (218) 681-7650 Lic. # 57-34 Jen McMullen - (218) 686-4009 Lic. # 57-33 View additional photos at www.mcmullensales.com email: mcmullensales@mncable.net TERMS Cash Or Check. Nothing to be removed until paid for. All sales final. Owners, auc tion eers and clerks take no responsibility for errors or omissions in auction listing. State ments made auction day take pre ced ence over all advertising. Not re spons ible for accidents.


A28 AGWEEK/Monday, June 10, 2013

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Kandiyohi County Farm Land

Auction Thursday, June 13 • 1:30

DIreC TIONS: From HillCrest Truck Stop, take Hwy 71 north one mile, west on Cty rd 40 four miles, south on Cty rd 5 one mile & west on 165th Ave NW, ½ mile to farm on south side of the road.

KURT MANKELL FARM CALL FOr AN INFO pACkeT

150+/- deeded acres 125+/- tillable acres (86 currently tillable + 39 CRP)

AUCTION LOCATION

McKAle’s RestAuRAnt

10 Ash St, New London, MN.

Kristine Duininck, 320-212-9379 Glen Fladeboe, 651-208-3262 Dale Fladeboe, 320-894-9392

www.fladeboeauctions.com

FARM RETIREMENT AUCTION TUESDAY, JUNE 25 AT 10:00 AM

LOCATION: 1043 172ND AVE NE, BUXTON, ND. OR GO 10 MILES EAST ON CO RD 21 THEN 2 1/2 NORTH ON CO RD 2. OR FROM NIELSVILLE GO WEST 3 MILES THEN NORTH OF CHURCH 2 1/2 MILES. TRACTORS: IH Model 5288 MFWD with CA and 20.8 RX38 rubber with hub duals.3pt. hyd. PTO. Only 7821 hrs. IH Model 1086 with CAH and 18.4RX38 rubber with hub duals. 3pt. hyd. PTO. IH Model 986 with CAH with 16.9 X38 hub duals, 3 pt. hyd. PTO. IH Model M wide front with rebuilt engine. 1942 IH Model H NF with super six loader. AC Model C NF with woods mounted mower. COMBINE, HEADS AND SWATHERS: IH Model 1460 combine with 4183 hrs. 20 ft Yong modified flex header with plastic bottom. IH Model 210 sp swather 16 ½ ft with 153 engine. IH Model 75 18 ft pull type swather. IH Model 210 pickup head with rubber belt pickup. Also one with bean pickup. DRILLS AND PLANTER: IH Model 6200 press drills 2-12 ft with transport. JD Model 71 flex planter with large fiberglass hoppers 8 row 30. TRUCKS: 1975 Chevrolet C-60 single axle truck with box and hoist, roll tarp with 350 v-8 and 4x2 Trans. 1975 IH Loadstar 1600 single axle truck with 345 engine and 4x2 trans. Solid bottom or live bottom box with roll tarp. 1972 Chevrolet twin screw with westgo box, roll tarp, 427 engine and 5x4 Trans. TILLAGE EQUIPMENT: IH Model 4600 cultivator with valmar applicator 24 ½ ft with 3 bar harrow. Summers 3 ran multi weeder with 5 rank drag 29 ft. IH Model 5500 chisel plow with 3 bar harrow. IH Model 55 12 ft chisel plow. IH 18 ½ ft Vibra-shank cultivator. Melroe 40 ft hyd harrow. Melroe 45 ft hyd harrow with steel drag sections. IH Model 475 19 ½ ft tandem disc. IH Model 770 6 bottom pull type auto reset plow. JD 5 bottom semi mount plow. 2 pt AC 8 ft cultivator. Ashland 4 ½ yard scraper. Yetter Model 3530 folding rotary hoe. GRAIN HANDLING EQUIPMENT: Walinga Model 510 grain vac with tubing. Misc 6 and 7” augers PTO and engine mount. Westgo 6” brush auger. COLLECTOR PICKUP, WAGON AND SNOWMOBILE: 1941 Ford Pickup with 85 hp V-8 engine been stored in barn. Wooden wheel wagon made from Model T frame. Silver Viking snowmobile stored in barn. MISC ITEMS: Erskine 3 pt HD snowblower. 8 row King Danish tine cultivator. 3PT. Hyd soil sampler. Cosmo Model 500 3pt broadcaster. Agtronics PTO. 15 KW Generator with cart. 1000 gal fuel tank with electric pump. Field service tank with pump. IH suitcase weights 14 of them. Transfer pump. 1100 gal poly tanks. Mixing cone. 900 truck tires. Other misc tires. JD tractor umbrella. Culverts both metal and concrete. Plus more. ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES: Dump rake. Potato digger. Minnesota Horse pulled sickle mower. Side delivery rake. 3 bar Minnesota rake. JD one shank deep tiller. 15 ft single disc. Potato weeder. 11 ½ ft duck foot cultivator. 1939 MM Model G-3 combine with engine. Old Ford Radiators. Wood barrel butter churn. 1945 Shelly MN. Cream can. McCormick Deering cream separator. Plus lots of other old farm items.

ARLEN PAULSRUD-OWNER • PHONE 701-942-3163 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

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FOR SALE: Red or Black Angus, Simmental or Sim Angus, coming 2 year old and yearling bulls, AI breeding, some ET bulls, excellent disposition, weaning weights, growth, maternal, & quality. Bulls grown slowly, not fattened. Quality Bred in, Not Fed in. Ketterling Brothers, 701-452-2596 or 701-452-2141 FOR SALE: All home raised, 30 head pure bred Angus, all ages, summer calvers. Also Black & Red Angus heifers. Bangs vaccinated, BVD tested, pre breeding shots. Red Heifers are registered. 605-850-1551

4000 Cow/calf pairs selling both privately and at sale in South Dakota. From drought areas. Call 605-228-7433

Forever Post 4inx7ft pointed plastic fence posts, won't rot, self insulating, 39 posts per bundle, take 4 bundles $13.50 each. Semi load discount. Steal storage container 8ftx20ft & 8ftx40ft, water tight and rodent proof, $2,500-$4,500 each. We deliver Haensel Distributing Exit 387 Hartford SD John 605-351-5760 or Clint 605-310-6653

prime Kandiyohi County Farm Land

Auction Tuesday, June 25 • 1:30 pm

Parcel 1: 74.1 +/- acres. Parcel 2: 85.2 +/- acres.

Contact Fladeboe Auctions for complete bidding details.

edmund Cain Family Farms 159+/- acres approximately 8 miles south of Willmar, MN on Hwy 71 (on west side of the road).

AUCTION LOCATION

BLoMKESt coMMunitY cEntER

Kristine Duininck, 320-212-9379 Glen Fladeboe, 651-208-3262 Dale Fladeboe, 320-894-9392

www.fladeboeauctions.com

NORMAN GORDER ESTATE AUCTION SATURDAY JUNE 15TH, 2013 AT 10:00 AM 2591 CO. HWY 36. GARY, MINNESOTA.

DIRECTIONS: OR GO 7 MILES EAST OF GARY ON CO HWY 19 THEN NORTH 7/8 MILE NORTH ON CO HWY 36.

TRACTORS AND LOADERS: IH Model 856 w/3pt. dual hyd. PTO. Cab (Norman bought this tractor new). 18.4x38 rubber , Hub duals with 18.4x38 rubber, IH Model 2350 hyd loader with 856 mounts, IH Model 300 gas wide front with Farmhand Model F-25 high lift loader, IH Model 444 utility tractor with like new wood L306 belly mower with 5909 hrs., FARM EQUIPMENT, 14 ft Hiniker chisel plow with walking tandems, 3 yard dirt scraper., IH pull type pitman less sickle mower., Alloway 3 pt 7 ft snowblower., UFT 3pt. rotary ditcher., JD CCA cultivator 12 ft., 3pt. 6ft tandem disc., Platform for Farmhand loader., Homemade road grader., Dakon style rock picker., Pair of 9.5x48 tires on IH wheels and hubs., 2-300 Gallon tanks and stands, VEHICLES AND TRAILER: Like new FTB gooseneck trailer with 8 bolt wheels 16 ft low profile bed., SHOP TOOLS: New Homelite 5500 watt generator. Dewalt chop saw. Delta power miter saw. Ac/dc welder. Vise, anvil. Air compressors. Chain hoist. Handyman jacks. Pressure washer. Shop vac. Spindle drill press. Paint sprayer. Gas welder less tanks. Bolt bins. Socket sets. Milwaukee grinder. Transit. Step ladder. Air tools and sockets. Battery chargers. 3 ton floor jack. Aluminum ext and step ladders. Lots of hand tools and misc shop items., HOUSEHOLD AND ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES: 20-10-4-2- gal Red Wing crocks. Oak secretary with flat glass side. Serpentine dressers with curved mirrors. Watt ware pitcher from Elizabeth, MN creamery. Remington Model 550 22 cal auto rifle. Horse equipment wood poles with eveners and neck yokes. Barn copulas. Platform scale. Cream cans. Milk stool. Bob sled runners with pole. MISC ITEMS: IH Narrow front. 3 pt quick hitch. Poulan chain saw. Century line yard sprayer. Fimco yard sprayer. Push mower. Plus more. 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

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Black Angus Bulls for Sale. Built-in genetics to sire calving ease & growth, good dispositions. Complete performance data. Historic Angus Herd. Good bulls at a price you can afford.

www.josephsonangus.com

Josephson Angus (Kirby) 507-430-2853 Rost Farms 507-530-5576 FOR SALE: Good selection of Reg. Angus yearling bulls. All performance and EPD records. Semen tested. Will deliver. Miller Angus Farms Estelline SD 605-690-4222 or 605-873-2852 REGISTERED SIMMENTAL AND SIM ANGUS BULLS sired by Lucky Man, Club King, Trailblazer, Conservative, Grand Master, Sure Bet, Beefmaker, Top Gun, Mutumbo and Amigo. Bulls are red or black, high performing, moderate birth weights and have excellent dispositions. Our bulls are developed from 48 years of performance testing and AI. Volume discounts and free delivery for complete performance data and EPD's. Woodbury Stock Farm, Wyndmere, ND. Call Arnold 701-439-2531 or cell 701-640-8957 or Todd 701-439-0058 or cell 701-640-8954 Shorthorn Bulls 2 year olds and yearlings. Most are solid red also a few roans. All are polled. Also have Shorthorn/Angus cross bulls. Bulls can be viewed at www.galbreathfarms.com. Ryan 701-799-4568 Enderlin, ND

FOR SALE: 35 Cow/calf pairs, 45 to choose from, mostly black with a few red Angus cross cows, all cattle are worked and ready for bulls. Call Mike 605-380-0619 leave a message. 140 ewes from 2 to 6 years old. Started lambing in Feb. Will sell with or without the lambs. Call 605-257-2351 Charolais bulls, calving ease, performance records, semen tested. Some of the best bloodlines in the business, backed by a complete guarantee. Call for more information High View Charolais Farm, Morris, MN 320-815-8997 2001 Four Star Aluminum livestock trailer, 8x28, excellent condition, 17.5 tires, all new lights, $13,000. 320-905-4490 HEREFORD BULLS Horned and Polled yearlings and two year olds. Breeds top bloodlines. Complete performance info available! Call today. Jerry at 605-350-0979, Matt at 605-350-0980, Garret 605-461-1355. Bischoff’s Ravine Creek Ranch, Huron, SD 605-352-5530. www.ravinecreekranch.com Angus Bulls For Sale: Registered Black yearlings ready to go and guaranteed, Siress include Payday, Look Out, Aberdeen and Bristol, Contact Ogren Angus at 605-470-0258 FOR SALE: 300 Replacement Heifers, Black and Red Angus, Top End. Bangs vaccinated, weighing 870 lbs, had all shots. Call Leo Vilhauer at 605-577-6590 or 605-216-8033

PRE-ESTATE HOARDER AUCTION HERMAN BRYN-OWNER SUNDAY JUNE 23RD, 2013 AT 11:00 AM 2659 164TH AVE SE. ARGUSVILLE, NORTH DAKOTA

DIRECTIONS: GO 4 MILES WEST THEN 1 ½ MILE SOUTH NOTE: COME EARLY AND STAY TILL THE END FOR CHANCE ON CASH DRAWINGS.

VEHICLES: 1985 Chevrolet Corvette with under 100,000 miles • 1994 Chevrolet Camero Z28 With new $6,000.00 engine. • 1988 Chevrolet reg cab. 4x4 pickup long box. • 1999 Buick Lesabre 4 door. • 2002 Chevrolet Venture van • 1999 Dodge Caravan sport • 1957 Chevrolet truck with tailgate lifts and steel floor box and hoist. BOATS AND TRAILERS: Sea Nymph 16 ft boat with 40 hp Evinrude outboard and trailer • Lund Model 1650 Predator with 40 hp Johnson outboard and trailer • 16 ft Lund aluminum boat with trailer. • 9.9 hp Evinrude outboard. 7.5 hp Ted Williams outboard. • 2-very nice bunk boat trailers. • 2 Wheel trailers. Pickup box trailer. MOTORCYCES: Honda 750 Motorcycle • 1972 Honda SL350 motorcycle. • Small chopper bike. ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES: Model T body. Cast iron windmill weights. Old oil bottle dispensers. Hatchet collection. Potato baskets. Old tools plus more TOOLS AND MISC.: There are a lot of tools here. Gas welding outfits. Bench grinders. Small power tools. Battery chargers. Torque wrenches. Pipe wrenches. Plumbing tools. Craftsman stacking tool boxes. 8 hp generator with new engine. Anvil. Table saw. Log chains. Air tools. Chain link fence. Gas grills. Organizers. Tool boxes with tools. Boom boxes. Power hack saw. Chain saws. Plus a lot more this is just a partial list. Pole barns are full. 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


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Bauman Red Angus Bulls For Sale By Private Treaty

Out of sires such as Golden Oscar, Packer, Doc Holiday and many more. There are 45 bulls for sale with many of them suitable for heifers.

Call Dave: 701-336-7201 or 701-321-1994

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

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SCHMIDT ANGUS RANCH Has For Private Treaty Sale ----------------------------Yearling Angus Bulls Two Year Old Bulls ----------------------------•Top AI Sire & Herd Sires Used •All Home Raised •Excellent Dispositions •No Creep Feed •Performance Information Available •We Have Been Selling High Performance Angus Breeding Stock For Over 35 Years. Contact Doug and Lisa Schmidt & Girls 2740 70th St. Solen, ND 58570 701-445-3429 30 - 2 year old calving ease Bulls, Schiefelbein Burns Angus genetics. 320-249-7109

120 +/- ACRES

TRAILL COUNTY, ND

L AND AUCTION Wednesday, June 19, 2013 - 11:00 a.m.

This property features 120 acres of excellent crop land with a Soil Productivity Index of 82.6! The property is in Wold Township being offered as an 80 acre parcel and a 40 acre parcel. Don’t miss this opportunity to own crop land in Traill County.

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FOR SALE: 8 Hereford cows. 6 with calves at side. 1 Hereford bull, 4 years old. 701-786-2647 Portable Powder River squeeze chute, manual catch, AI chute, side door & front door post anywhere. 125 Bushel Creep feeder with Vern side gates, 1150 gallon fiberglass water tank One Jenny mule. Great pack mule. 2 Wheel pony cart. 701-724-3029 or 701-308-0279

157.46 ACRES

Monday, June 24, 2013 - 3:00 p.m. (CT)

157.46 acres in Morton County, ND consisting of three parcels. This land features cropland and pastureland located in a strong ranching region, 27 miles south of Mandan, ND, on Hwy 1806. Also included in this sale is a separate lot located in Fort Rice, ND.

Auction Location: Ramada Inn - Bismarck, ND Parcel One: Acres: 39.49 +/Legal: NE¼ NE¼ Sec 10-135-79

60th St.

1806

TRAILL CO OUNTY, ND

10th St. NE 9th St. NE 81

EXIT #111 29

200

HILLSBORO, ND 7 MILES

200

NORTHWEST OF HILLSBORO, ND!

OWNER: Shirley Johansen 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

1 2

4

Fort Rice Rd.

FORT RICE, ND

Fort Rice Dr.

3

Fort Rice Ln.

81

29

2

Fort Rice Ave.

Contact: Steve Link 701.361.9985 stlink@pifers.com

1

Fort Rice Rd.

S. Columbia Drive

EXCELLENT CROPLAND!

EXIT #118

FOR LEASE OR SALE! Registered yearling Angus bulls and a few 2 year olds. Contact 605-280-3851 for more info. HAVE BULL WILL TRAVEL Heim Bros. Bull Leasing has a fine selection of quality bulls to rent. Semen tested, ready to go! Call 701-320-1195 or 701-493-2972 Edgeley, ND FOR SALE: Registered Texas Long Horn Bull, 2 year old brindle. 605-396-2426

How To Call

NEWS 780-1236 CIRCULATION 780-1215 ADVERTISING 780-1230

LAND AUCTION

29

CO RD #10

Parcel Two Acres: 40 Legal: NE¼ NW¼ of 21-147-51 Cropland: 39.35

BUXTON, ND

85 Black Angus Heifers with big calves. Calves have had all shots, $1900. Call 605-350-5645

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MORTON COUNTY, ND

Auction Location: Country Hearth Restaurant - Hillsboro, ND. Parcel One Acres: 80 Legal: E½ SE¼ of 7-147-51 Cropland: 78.5

FOR SALE: 20 Yearling Red & Black Simmental, SimAngus, & Angus bulls. Bulls offered for the first time this year. Years of selection for calving ease, performance and maternal traits. Kappes Simmentals Bruce 605-380-1303 Sterling 605-216-3581 Bulls located at Aberdeen SD

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Parcel Two: Acres: 39.48 +/Legal: SE¼ NE¼ Sec 10-135-79 Parcel Three: Acres: 80 +/Legal: W½ NE¼ Sec 10-135-79 Parcel Four (Vacant Lot): Lot Size: 50’x135’ Legal: 11-135-79 BLK-001Toodles 1st

Contact: Alan Butts - 701.400.8858 OWNER: PRIVATE PARTY

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

www.pifers.com 877.700.4099

ONLINE ONLY

www.bigiron.com

Unreserved Auction

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

First lots scheduled to close at 10:00 AM Central Time

NO BUYERS PREMIUM FEE & NO RESERVES!!

330 LOTS SELLING ON THIS AUCTION!

5 Combines, 17 Tractors, 8 Balers, 7 Grain Carts, 6 Mower Conditioner/Windrowers, 11 Headers, 2 Dozers, 2 Excavators, 2 Loader/Backhoes, 3 Track Loaders, 2 Motorgraders, 3 Skid Steers, 4 Dump Trucks, 2 Mixer/Feeder Trucks, 15 Pickups, 4 Semi Trucks, 7 Straight Trucks, Tillage & Planting Equipment, Trailers, Construction Equipment, Livestock Equipment and 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

The next BIGIRON.com auction is June 26!!


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Langdon Area Equipment Consignment Auction FARM MACHINERY-TRACTORS-TRUCKS CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT-VEHICLES Auction Date-Monday July 29, 2013 10AM Location: Dan's Truck and Car Wash 1504 9th. Ave. Langdon ND CONSIGN BY JUNE 28 TO HAVE YOUR EQUIPMENT LISTED ON AUCTION BILL

Diseth Auction Service To Consign Call Dan Crockett 701-256-0567 Dennis Crockett 701-256-5890 or Donavan Diseth 701-351-8981

LIVESTOCK FOR SALE: Yearling bull. 3/4 Red Angus, 1/4 Longhorn. Weight is about 1,000 lbs. Ready for breeding this summer. Put calving ease in your cows. Excellent conformation and disposition. $1,400. Royalton, MN. 320-584-5690. FOR SALE: Registered Texas Longhorn yearling bull, Rugby. Pedigree that offers growthiness, yet calving ease, excellent conformation and disposition. $1,200. Royalton, MN. 320-584-5690. FOR SALE: Small, young beef cow herd. Red and Black Angus crossbreds. 17 cow-calf pairs and 3 yet to calf. Calves are from Red Angus sire. Also tractor for sale: 666 International with Leon loader. Rollag, MN. Please phone 218-937-5705 or 701-371-4831

LIVESTOCK Red Angus & Hereford Yearling Bulls For Sale: Calving ease with performance, complete performance data available along with delivery. OHR Red Angus: Edward Olson, 701-238-3601 or Olson Hereford Ranch: Carl Olson, 701-361-0684. Visit us online at www.olsonredpower.com

BULLS FOR SALE REPPE RANCH

50+Outstanding Registered Yearling Angus Bulls PRIVATE TREATY First Come, First Serve Reppe Ranch • Conde, SD Call Adam Today! Cell 605-520-3239 Home 605-382-5279 Ranch 605-382-5277 or email: adamreppe@hotmail.com

DEALER LENDER CONSIGNMENT AUCTION THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 2013 • 9:30 AM GEHLING IMPLEMENT & AUCTION COMPANY, PRESTON, MINNESOTA Live On Line Bidding Available – Gehling Live.Com Loan/Lease Financing Available

SELLING TRACTORS Including JD 5410 MFWD – 2000- 985hrs. Power Shuttle – 16.9x30 w/ JD 541 Self- Leveling Loader-Bucket & Pallet Forks, 2440-6078hrs-w/JD146 Loader & Joy Stick,2630-4270 hrs., 4000 w/Hiniker Cab – Good Rubber, IH 560 Diesel – WF –FH- w/ 2000 Loader, Oliver 1600 gas, AC WD 45, Ford NAA, - COMBINES Including Case IH – 6088-2010-431sep-558eng-AFS-42”w/duals,2388-2003-2427sep-3671eng-30.5x32,1688-1993-2931hrs30.5x32,2)1680-1992-4370&5113hrs-30.5x32,NH TR99-2001-1712sep-2376eng-TT-42”w/duals,TR97-1995-1741sep2363eng-TT-30.5x32, Heads NH 2)973-30’flex,JD-100series-12’w/4 Belt Pickup,- HAY & FORAGE EQUIPMENT including- Balers- JD 568w/mega tooth,-566,-435w/net,- NH 848- has done approx.. 2000 Total Bales, 269 w/Thrower, Vermeer 605L, Mower Conditioners- JD 926,925,530,OMC 280T Windrower, JD 3950 Chopper w/Hay & 2 Row Corn Head, IH 830 Chopper w/Hay & 2 Row Corn Head, Chopper Boxes- 2) Gehl 920,JD 714, 2) 122 Chuck Wagons, Farm King, JD 66 Blower. Krone 1401 Rotary Rake, H & S 8’ Tedder, MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT Including – Friesen Meridian 240 BWT Seed Tender- Like New, Demco Conquest 1100 gallon Sprayer w/60 Hyd. Fold & Raise Booms, Walsh LP 500 Sprayer, Willmar Super 800 Dry Fert. Spreader, Mobility 6 ton Dry Fert. Spreader, N H 680 Spreader, H&S Spreader, JD 550- 14’ Mulchmaster, Glencoe 555 – 19’ Soil Finisher, JD 14’ Disk, IH 470 19’ Disk, Bush Hog 21’ Disk IH 720 6 x ASR – On Land Hitch, Hiniker 4 Row Cult., Case IH 5100 13’ Drill w/ Rubber Press & GS, JD LX 6 Rotary Cutter, Woods Cadet 84 Rotary Cutter, Several Gravity Boxes & Augers, Rapat 25’ 2000 Series Seed Conveyor w/ 3hp. Motor, Scott & Mindy Daniels Partial Farm Line- For More Information Call Scott 507-259-7791 or Mindy 507-273-8861- JD 4430 Quad w/1400 hrs on Engine Overhaul, Gehl 5640 Skid Loader w/ 3600hrs, NH 165 Spreader w/Gate, PMC 520 Feeder Wagon, Notch 24’ Feeder Wagon, PMC 6 Place Bale Mover, 2004 Featherlite 24’ Aluminum Tandem Axle Gooseneck Trailer w/ 2 Divide Gates.,--- VEHICLES 2000 Ford F 350 Crew Cab Dually 7.3 Diesel – Auto.- 231’000 Miles, Plus Several Older Pickups and Trucks, 2004 Sooner 24’ Aluminum – Gooseneck Trailer w/2 Divide Gates, 2000 Kiefer 3 Horse Slant Load Trailer w/ Dressing Room – Tack & Drop Down Feeders, Plus a Assort. of Car & Flat Trailers, Large Assort. of Lawn & Garden Equipment & ATV’S, Large Assort. of New Skid Loader Attachments & New Hot Water Pressure Washers, Plus All Types of Miscellaneous Hog Equipment, Gates, Wood & Steel Post, Fuel Tanks, Tools, Parts etc.

For a complete listing with descriptions and photos go to www.gehlingauction.com

LIVESTOCK For sale in the country and on order at the sale barns.

FOR SALE: KK Calf Creep Feeder, 2-ton cap. Virgil Brodehl @ 701-324-2094

BULLS FOR SALE

Purebred Simmental Bulls. Yearlings and 2 year olds. Calving ease or performance bulls available. Registered blacks and reds. 701-289-0165 FOR SALE: Three registered miniature Hereford cows. Two with calf at side. Audubon, MN. Please call 218-847-5229, 218-849-3894 160 Head of bred fall calving cows, majority are black 4-7 yr olds with a few older & 25 reds. Bred to Hereford bulls and will start calving end of Aug. For more information call 605-350-3355 Registered Angus Bulls For Sale: Yearlings and 2 year olds with great dispositions Complete EPD’s available. Sire’s include Bando 1961, Freightliner, O’Reilly Factor, Kodiak. RCA VALLEY ANGUS 605-395-6625 or cell 605-380-4426 Andover, SD

Bred Heifers Heifers Calves Bred Cows •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 40 black Heifer pairs, March and April calves, spring shots, delivery available. 605-354-4438 or 605-354-4275 FOR SALE: 22 Red Angus Yearling bulls 2 - 18 mo. Black Angus bulls Average birthweight 74 lbs. Average weaning weight on September 1st, 725 lbs. Semen checked - ready to go. Most of them will work well on heifers. Lars Hansen 605-380-0886 FOR SALE: 195 New Holland manure spreader, slop gate and top beater, flotation tires, nice shape, $13,650. 712-348-0664 50 Red and Black pairs. Calves all worked. 6-9 yr old cows. $1650 OBO. 605-881-2868

AUCTION

Thursday, June 20,2013 • Time : 4 P.M. Location: From Finley ,ND: 9.5 miles west on Steele Co. 18 and Griggs Co. 10, From Aneta, ND 5.5 miles South on Hwy 32, 2 miles west and 4 miles south on Hwy. 45.Then ½ mile south and ½ mile east on Griggs Co. 10 From Cooperstown, ND 7 miles north and 5 miles east on Hwy 45. Then ½ mile south and ½ mile east on Griggs Co. 10 Auctioneers Note: Auctioneers Note :Jim has sold his hobby farm and is offering his like new items for sale.

TRACTOR & IMPLEMENTS: Ford TC 1920 d. MFWD tractor w/ Do-All loader & 3 pt. 990 hrs., King Kutter 5’ 3 pt. rototiller, King Kutter 6’ 3 pt. rotary mower, King Kutter 6’ 3 pt disc, King Kutter 3 pt cultivator LAWN MOWER: 2007 Husqvarna 26 hp 54” cut lawn tractor 120 hrs. CAMPER: 1993 26’ Coachman camper w/ entry stoop ATV: 2008 Polaris Ranger 700 w/ ful; cab 850 miles, Half windshield for ranger, Convertible top for ranger, GOLF CART: 2008 Club Car Presidents Series 48 vote electric w/ new batteries in 2012 MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS: JD #37 sickle bar mower, Generac 4000 watt 120/240 generator, Onan 400 watt 120/240 elec. start generator, Husqvarna Rancher chain saw (like new) TOOLS: Hobart Handler wire feed welder w/ MIG gauges, Craftsman air compressor, Kawasaki 2” pump, Delta sliding compound miter saw w/ stand, Router table w/ stand, Hunting & Fishing, Duck & goose decoys, Layout blind, Game feeder w/ tripod, Life size deer decoy, ATV gun scabbard w/ mounting bracket, Minn-Kota trolling motor, Caldwell lead sled

Jim Glick, Finley, ND Phone 218-779-5262

Gehling Auction Co. 1-800-770-0347

Terms Loan/Lease Financing Available with Ag Star call 1-866-577-1831 for Details All Other Items Cash or Good Check Day of Sale.

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Box 250 Preston, MN 55965 AUCTION, INC.

Auctioneer: Harley J. Camperud Lic. #114 2732 6 Ave. NE ,Northwood, N.D. 58267 Phone 701-587-5269 or 1-800-675-5269, Cell 218-779-1526 Clerk : Camperud Clerking Lic. #34 Terms: Cash or Check Lunch will be served Not responsible for accidents. Titles will be mailed. Any statement made by auctioneer takes precedence over any and all advertising. www.globalauctionguide.com


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LIVESTOCK FOR SALE: 5 big and stout 2 yr old Simmental bulls and one yearling Simmental bull. Semen checked & ready to go. Call 605-252-2065 FOR SALE: 2 yearling Shorthorn bulls born Feb/March 2012. Average weight 1200 lbs. Semen tested, poured and fly tagged. Asking $1600 apiece. 1 Red & 1 Redneck Roan. Call Mike at 605-270-1280 FOR SALE: Harsh Mixer wagon, Model 502H, four auger mixer with auger discharge, scale, nice condition, $16,000. Call 701-710-0352 15 Black First Calf pairs. Cows/calves have had all their shots. Call Jordan 605-949-1401 or Mike 605-949-0692 Yearling & 2 Year old Charolais Bulls Excellent Quality Wieczorek Charolais Mt. Vernon, SD 605-996-7022 or 605-999-3782 Tri-State Exotic Bird & Animal Auction Saturday, June 15th Ottertail County Fair Grounds West 1812 Pebble Lake Rd, Fergus Falls, MN. Expecting usual run of poultry and hoof animals. For more information call Chuck at 605-884-6309, Wayne at 701-238-6820 or Jamison at 605-228-3407 32 head of Black Angus pairs, $2200. 23 head of Black Angus pairs for $2000. 701-219-9439 Sisseton, SD Black Yearling Gelbvieh Bulls Performance records available, have shots, tested & poured. Huus Gelbvieh Ranch Parshall, ND 701-862-3280 or 701-898-8910 FOR SALE: Artsway 5165 grinder mixer, scale, all hydraulic. Call 605-880-0667

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Limousin and LimoAngus hybrid bulls,

1 & 2 yrs old. Red & Black, polled, great disposition; combination of milk, muscle and performance. 205 day weight 700 plus lbs, no creep feed. Some suitable for heifers. Excellent quality, affordable prices. Phone 218-837-5282, evenings 218-837-5505. FOR SALE: 34 Head of First calf home raised Angus Heifers with Feb & March calves at their side. Most are AI’d calves weighing from 250-300 lbs. 26 are purebred Angus, 8 head are balancer. Had all their shots and heifers weigh 1200+ lbs. Asking $2,000. 605-520-4264 Located North of Watertown, SD Private Treaty Registered Angus, SimAngus and Red Angus Bulls, many out of top AI sires, bulls varying from calving ease bulls to high growth bulls with great performance. All bulls are priced to sell and you wont find better quality or disposition. For more information call 605-845-3520 or 605-230-0702 FOR SALE: Yearling Hereford bulls, some suitable for heifers, semen tested, ready to go! Redlin Herefords 605-881-2479 For Sale: Frame/Red Iron Steel Building 130' wide x 225' long, 18' side walls. Clear span structure. PRICED FOR FAST SALE! Call: 218-280-0446 for details Call us to place your ad. AGWEEK FARM AD DEPT.

888-857-1920

EQUIPMENT FOR LIVESTOCK/PETS

FOR SALE: Registered polled Hereford bulls, coming 2 year old bulls, range raised, reasonably priced, guaranteed breeders. ALSO FOR SALE: RWF, BWF & BLK Replacement Heifers.

FOR SALE: Registered Red Angus bulls, 1 & 2 yr olds & 1 3 yr old. Call 218-261-1136.

EQUIPMENT FOR LIVESTOCK/PETS FOR SALE: Australian Shepherd puppies. Born April 9. Tails docked, dews removed, 1st shots given. 1 blk tri male, 1 brown tri male, 1 red merle female. 701-640-2393. REGISTERED BORDER COLLIE PUPS OUT OF WORLD CHAMPION STOCK DOG BLOODLINES. Over 40 years of breeding top quality Border Collies. Satisfaction guaranteed. Delivery arrangements available. Denise & Dennis Dockter, Cogswell, ND 701-724-3974 or 701-680-1117.

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

SANDHILL BORDER COLLIES Pups & ready to start dogs Red/black, short/medium hair. Delivery can be arranged (701) 859-3682 sandhillbc@yahoo.com AKC Lab puppies, parents are outstanding hunters. Have all shots and ready to go. 605-460-0431

AKC German Shepherd Puppies

AUCTION SALES LAND AUCTION: 120 acres in Trail County, ND For Sale by Auction, June 19. Offered in 2 parcels with excellent access and great soils. Steve Link, Pifer's Auction & Realty 701.361.9985 stlink@pifers.com Lic #715, 877.700.4099 www.pifers.com

SUMMER CONSIGNMENT AUCTION

NO Print in PROFILE, and No Regular Mailing! Tues. June 27

This will be a very large auction again selling farm equipment, tractors, harvest equipment, haying, tillage, transportation, recreational, vehicles and much more. Contact Orr auctioneers to turn your underutilized items to cash!

Moving Auction

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Contact your auctioneer to have your auction included on our calendar Closing MON., JUN 10 IQBID Noteboom Implement Inventory Reduction Auction, Corsica, SD. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. MON., JUN 10 – 10:00 AM/CT Estate Auction, Tower, MN. Jack Rogers Estate. Reinhardt Auction Service. Closing TUE., JUN 11 IQBID June Auction, Upper Midwest Locations. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. TUE., JUN 11 – 6:30 PM/CT Land Auction, Wing, ND. Stuart Thompson & Andahl Thompson, Owners. Wolff Auctioneers. Closing WED., JUN 12 IQBID RDO Farms, Wadena, Perham, & Osage, MN. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. Closing WED., JUN 12 IQBID Meers Millwork & Cabinetry Auction, Chokio, MN. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. Closing THU., JUN 13 IQBID Heffta Toy Auction, Litchfield, MN. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. THU., JUN 13 – 9:00 AM/CT Hardware Hank Inventory Auction & Liquidation, Underwood, ND. Repnow Family, Owners. Pifer’s Auction & Realty. THU., JUN 13 – 1:30 PM/CT Farm Land Auction, New London, MN, Kandiyohi County, MN. Kurt Mankell, Owner. Fladeboe Auctions. Opening FRI., JUN 14 & Closing SAT., JUN 15 – 9:00 AM/CT Trust & Estate Auction, Beulah, ND. Herbert & Lorina Zuern Trust & Estate. Wolff Auctioneers. SAT., JUN 15 – 10:00 AM/CT Farm, Livestock, & Miscellaneous Equipment Auction, Lankin, ND. Area Farmers, Ranchers, & Contractors, Owners. Askim Auction Service. SAT., JUN 15 – 10:00 AM/CT The Hanson Collection Auction, Clara City, MN. VanDerBrink Auctions. SAT., JUN 15 – 10:00 AM/CT Estate Auction, Fosston, MN. Richard Aaker Estate. McMullen Auctioneers. SAT., JUN 15 – 10:00 AM/CT Estate Auction, Gary, MN. Norman Gorder Estate. Berg Auction Service. SAT., JUN 15 - 10:30 AM/CT Household, Tools & Building Auction, Larimore, ND. Multiple Parties, Owners. Magnus Auction Service. SAT., JUN 15 – 11:00 AM/MT Farm & Ranch Equipment Auction, Hettinger, ND. Duane & Virginia Siewert, Owners. Weishaar Auction Service.

Opening MON., JUN 17 & Closing TUE., JUN 25 IQBID Steve Banken Sr. Estate Auction, Morris, MN. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. Opening MON., JUN 17 & Closing WED., JUN 26 IQBID Hay & Forage Equipment Consignment Auction, Steffes Facility, Litchfield, MN. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. MON., JUN 17 – 10:30 AM/CT Farm Equipment Auction, New Salem, ND. Steven & Annette Doll, Owners. Bitz Auction Service. TUE., JUN 18 – 10:00 AM/CT Estate Auction, Side Lake, MN. Mary Ann Fannell Estate. Reinhardt Auction Service. TUE., JUN 18 – 1:00 PM/CT Land Auction, Upham, ND, McHenry County, ND. Edwin E. & Karen A. Barth, Owners. Pifer’s Auction & Realty. WED., JUN 19 – 11:00 AM/CT Land Auction, Hillsboro, ND, Traill County, ND. Shirley Johansen, Owner. Pifer’s Auction & Realty. WED., JUN 19 – 11:00 AM/CT Tractors, Trucks, Trailers, & Miscellaneous Equipment Auction, West Fargo Facility, West Fargo, ND. Reliance Transportation, Owner. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. THU., JUN 20 – 4:00 PM/CT Tractor, ATV, & Tractor Auction, Finley, ND. Jim Glick, Owner. Camperud Clerking. SAT., JUN 22 – 10:00 AM/CT Estate Auction. Truman Sandland & Avis Sandland Estate. McMullen Auctioneers. SAT., JUN 22 – 10:00 AM/CT Coca-Cola Collectibles Auction, Williston, ND. Cote Family, Owners. Pifer’s Auction & Realty. SAT., JUN 22 – 10:00 AM/CT Farm Auction, Medina, ND. Herbert (Herb) Martel Estate. Nenow Auction Service. SAT., JUN 22 – 10:00 AM/MT Farm Auction, Glendive, MT. Bill Holzworth, Owner. RK Statewide Auction Service. SUN., JUN 23 – 11:00 AM/CT Pre-Estate Hoarder Auction, Argusville, ND. Berg Auction Service. SUN., JUN 23 – 12:00 PM/CT Pickup, Garden Tractor, Tool & Household Auction, Oakwood, ND. Edgar & Maxine Collette, Owners. Schuster Auctioneering. MON., JUN 24 – 11:00 AM/CT Land Auction, Bismarck, ND, Burleigh County, ND. Lincoln Land Development, LLP. Pifer’s Auction & Realty. MON., JUN 24 – 3:00 PM/CT Land & Vacant Lot Auction, Bismarck, ND, Morton County, ND. Private Party, Owners. Pifer’s Auction & Realty.

TUE., JUN 25 – 10:00 AM/CT Farm Auction, Buxton, ND. Arlen Paulsrud, Owner. Berg Auction Service. TUE., JUN 25 – 10:00 AM/CT Home Lots & Building Auction, Underwood, ND. Repnow Family, Owners. Pifer’s Auction & Realty. TUE., JUN 25 – 1:30 PM/CT Farm Land Auction, Blomkest Community Center, Willmar, MN, Kandiyohi, MN. Fladeboe Auctions. WED., JUN 26 House & Real Estate Auction, Glendive, MT. Frank & Edith Pettersen Estate. RK Statewide Auctions WED., JUN 26 – 11:00 AM/CT Land Auction, Jamestown, ND, Stutsman County, ND. Martel Family, Owners. Pifer’s Auction & Realty. WED., JUN 26 – 3:00 PM/CT Land Auction, Valley City, ND, Barnes County, ND. Arven & Sharon Holden, Owners. Pifer’s Auction & Realty. THU., JUN 27 – 10:00 AM/CT Farm Machinery & Equipment Consignment Auction, Aneta, ND. Magnus Auction Service. THU., JUN 27 – 10:00 AM/CT Moving Auction, Barnum, MN. Ron & Carol Luoma, Owners. Reinhardt Auction Service. THU., JUN 27 – 11:00 AM/CT Land Auction, Hankinson, ND, Richland County, ND. Lee Deforest ETAL, Owner. Pifer’s Auction & Realty. THU., JUN 27 – 3:00 PM/CT Land Auction, LaMoure, ND, Dickey County, ND. Bernice Schiefelbein Education Trust, Carol Nelson, Trustee. Pifer’s Auction & Realty. FRI., JUN 28 – 10:00 AM/CT Summer Consignment Auction, Jamestown, ND. Orr Auctioneers. SAT., JUN 29 – 10:00 AM/CT The Johnson Collection Auction, Hastings, NE. VanDerBrink Auctions. SAT., JUN 29 – 10:00 AM/CT Farm & Livestock Equipment Auction, Lankin, ND. Ken & Diane Swartz, Owners. Askim Auction Service. SUN., JUN 30 – 1:00 PM/CT Fundraising Auction, Immanuel Lutheran Church, Bejou, AL. Berg Auction Service. Opening MON., JUL 1 & Closing TUE., JUL 9 IQBID July Auction, Upper Midwest Locations. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. MON., JUL 1 – 10:00 AM/CT Farm Auction, Northwood, ND. Larry Kappedal, Owner. Harley J. Camperud, Camperud Clerking.

SUN., JUL 7 – 12:00 PM/CT Estate Auction, Waubun, MN. Marvin Christensen Estate. Berg Auction Service. SUN., JUL 14 – 11:00 AM/CT Equipment Consignment Summer Auction, Halstad, MN. Berg Auction Service. WED., JUL 10 – 9:30 AM/CT Large Construction Equipment & Truck Auction, Minot, ND. Ward County Equipment, LLC. Dennis Biliske, Auctioneer. WED., JUL 17 - 10:00 AM/CT Farm Equipment Auction, Manvel, ND. Tom Ronan Estate & Others, Owners. Schuster Auctioneering. SAT., JUL 20 - The Hastings Collection Auction, Hastings, NE. VanDerBrink Auctions. SAT., JUL 27 – 10:00 AM/CT Cavalier Area Farmers Consignment Auction, Cavalier, ND. Dale Johnson, Agent. Schuster Auctioneering. SUN., JUL 28 – 12:00 PM/CT Moving Auction, Gardner, ND. Terry Morin & Vicki Sandvig, Owners. Berg Auction Service. MON., JUL 29 - 10:00 AM/CT Langdon Area Equipment Consignment Auction, Langdon, ND, Diseth Auction Service. TUE., JUL 30 – 1:00 PM/CT Land Auction, Bismarck, ND, Kidder County, ND. Kellam Land LLP, Owner. Pifer’s Auction & Realty. TUE., JUL 30 – 3:00 PM/CT Land Auction, Bismarck, ND, Kidder County, ND. John Childs, Owner. Pifer’s Auction & Realty. WED., JUL 31 – 9:00 AM/CT AgIron West Fargo Consignment Auction, Red River Valley Fairgrounds, West Fargo, ND. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. WED., JUL 31 – 10:00 AM/CT Mineral Auction, Bismarck, ND, McKenzie & Billings Counties, ND. Jerry C. Millhon, Owner. Pifer’s Auction & Realty. WED., JUL 31 – 6:00 PM/CT Land Auction, Minot, ND, Mountrail County, ND. Joe Huber & Karen Huber, Owners. Pifer’s Auction & Realty. TUE., AUG 6 – 11:00 AM/CT Land Auction, Moorhead, MN, Cass County, ND. Thomas P. Martin, Owner. Pifer’s Auction & Realty.

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