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Catherine Woteki, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s chief scientist, sees two powerful trends that both connect and conflict: ■ Global population and food needs are soaring, and the world will need to produce roughly as much food in the next 50 years as has been consumed since civilization began.

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ing on agricultural research is flat — going backward, actually, when inflation is factored in. “For much of the last two decades, we’ve had really a stagnant level of investment,” Woteki says. “In the last couple of years, we’ve had a decrease that’s been very substantial. “We are at a very critical RESEARCH: See Page 9

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MGGA elects officers for 2013

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Montana Grain Growers Association has elected officers and installed new board members for 2013. Ryan McCormick, a grain producer from Kremlin was installed as MGGA president. Elected vice president was Matt Flikkema of Manhattan; treasurer, Charlie Bumgarner of Great Falls; and secretary, Rob Davis of Richland. Brian Eggebrecht of Malta will serve as past president. Directors re-elected to serve a second term on the board are Ryan Fast, Glasgow, District 2; Tom Horpestad, Lavina, District 10; and Randy Wolenetz, Baker, District 14. Newly elected to a four-year term are Lyle Benjamin, Sunburst, District 6; Tryg Koch, Kalispell, District 7; Carl Malesich, Dillon, District 8; Ben Toeckes, Townsend, District 8; and Michelle Erickson, Broadview, District 12.

ND Agriculture Hall of Fame inductees named

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power to plant or harvest their crop, free of charge. Gross grew up near Cleveland. He attended college at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks and began his career as a pilot for Pan American World Airways. Interested in helping farmers back in North Dakota, Gross started with one sponsored tractor and air-seeder, using his vacation days from UPS to help farm families, along with soliciting donations and recruiting volunteers to grow the organization. The organization since has evolved into a regional nonprofit that plants and harvests crops in five states with hundreds of volunteers. More than 200 families have been helped in North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Montana and Iowa since the inception of Farm Rescue. Gross continues to serve as the president of Farm Rescue and chairman of the board in a volunteer capacity, while conducting his full-time job as a Boeing 747 Captain, flying worldwide for UPS Airlines. Dick and Theresa Tokach are retired ranchers. Their ranch is now operated by two of their sons and their families. The Tokachs always have been active in agriculture, both holding various leadership positions in local, state and national organizations. Dick has recently retired as a Morton County Commissioner and was the recipient of the 2012 North Dakota Association of Counties Excellence in County Government Award. Inductees will be recognized March 9 in Valley City.

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OPINION

Recent drought may indicate transition to lower food supply, higher prices

By Daryll E. Ray and Harwood D. Schaffer In the absence of two critical issues, farm bill commodity programs would make little sense. Issue one: crop production can change considerably from year to year because of weather and disease. Issue two: over the long-haul, supply increases faster than demand. Governments as far back as second millennium B.C. Egypt and ancient China have recognized that crop failures can have a negative impact on their citizens in terms of food availability, prices and disruption to the economy. China also recognized that times of excess production could result in low price problems for its farmers. With the opening up of the Western Hemisphere to European markets, the problem of supply increasing at a faster rate than demand began to rear its head in the U.S. and elsewhere in the New World. At first, the rate of increase of new agricultural land being brought into production was the cause of this rate differential. By the 20th century, investment in agricultural research, education, and extension — much of it by governments — became significant factors allowing supply to increase faster than demand and leaving farmers to face long periods of low prices.

Increase in food demand The recent drought has reminded us that issue one is still in play, but what about issue two? Over time, will supply out-pace demand in the years ahead, as it has typically done for centuries? In recent columns, we have described developments that suggest that despite this year’s massive drought in the U.S. and maybe as a consequence of the resulting high prices, crop agriculture may once again face long periods of low prices. But other analysts see the future in a different light. In a paper delivered at a Farm Science Review on Sept. 18, in Ohio, one of our agecon colleagues, Luther Tweeten, argued that “the era of falling real prices of food is over.” Tweeten wrote, “two ‘megatrends’ are

underway, one on the food supply side and another on the food demand side.” Tweeten begins by looking at food supply, writing that “U.S. excess production capacity totaled 6 percent in 1962 and averaged near that proportion throughout the 1960s. In sharp contrast, excess production capacity in U.S. agriculture today is near zero.” While seeing the 2012 drought as “transitory,” he says that if global warming is underway, we may see “unusual weather events such as storms and drought.

If (Luther) Tweeten’s analysis is correct, commodity programs designed to soften the price and income blows caused by supply generally out-stripping demand, would no longer be needed – the yield variability issue would remain, of course.

edging a slowing down in the rate of population, sees a 2012 trend rate in the growth of total food demand of 1.3 per year. 0.8 percent per year lower than it was in 1962 and higher than the 1 per year increase in world crop and livestock productivity.

End of commodity programs He concludes, “In short, unless there is an unexpected increase in global cropland, future food demand is likely to grow faster than food supply — a considerable turnaround from 1962 when food supply growth sharply outstripped demand growth. Real prices of farm food ingredients are projected to rise on average by1 per year in future decades contrast considerably with real farm prices decreasing 1 per year on average in the 1960s. In conclusion, the above is no counsel of Malthusian despair — American consumers will hardly notice the trend reversal, but living standards will be retarded especially in poor countries.” If Tweeten’s analysis is correct, commodity programs designed to soften the price and income blows caused by supply generally out-stripping demand, would no longer be needed — the yield variability issue would remain, of course.

Adjusting to change “Of greater concern, is the falling percentage rate of increase in agricultural yield and productivity. Yields of cereals such as corn, wheat and rice that supply two-thirds of our calories increased at a trend rate of 3.2 per year in 1962 but by only a 1.2 per year trend rate in 2012!” Combining “world crop and livestock productivity,” Tweeten calculates a trend rate of 2 per year in 1962, and 1 percent per year in 2012!” Citing an International Monetary Fund study that catalogued more than 800 million acres of land worldwide that could be brought into production, Tweeten argues that “those acres will not go into gainful crops without substantial investment in roads, irrigation, fertilizers, drainage, property rights, law and order, etc. Those investments will not be forthcoming in the absence of higher crop prices. Meanwhile, about as much cropland will be lost to urban development, soil degradation, depleted water tables for irrigation, biofuel crops, etc. as is likely to be added each year.” On the demand side, Tweeten, in acknowl-

We look at the same data as Tweeten and, given the price and political incentives to increase agricultural production, both in terms of area under cultivation and investments to increase yields worldwide, we think it is likely that the relative rates of growth in supply and demand will be much as they have been in the past. That is, rather than seeing a reversal, the odds are still in favor of supply growing faster than demand as farmers and governments fully adjust productive capacity. Then the question is: would the resulting low prices cause the quantity demanded and supplied to recalibrate in a way that would rapidly adjust agriculture to reasonable profitable prices and revenues? In the past many decades, it has been lack of rapid adjustment to low prices caused by supply shifting faster than demand that has been the overriding reason for commodity programs. Ray is director of the University of Tennessee’s Agricultural Policy Analysis Center. Schaffer is a Research Assistant Professor at APAC.


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OPINION

Split up farm bill, debate aspects separately

Congress must regain the trust of rural America ■

Mankato (Minn.) Free Press In 1946, George Orwell wrote an essay condemning political rhetoric, which he said was an attempt to “make lies sound truthful.” In his book “1984,” which warned of a dark totalitarian control over society, he created the Ministry of Truth, which had such slogans inscribed on its wall as “War is Peace,” “Freedom is Slavery” and “Ignorance is Strength.” Orwell’s “1984” was fiction, but his ominous prediction of “doublespeak” by government is very much alive. Exhibit one: The farm bill. U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack is attacking the House GOP over its

balking at approving the 2012 farm bill, saying opposition is coming from people who don’t understand rural America. “Ever since reapportionment, fewer legislators have come from rural areas” and “urban” lawmakers don’t understand the importance rural communities play in the makeup of America. The impression is given that those who are opposed to the present farm bill are anti-agriculture “city slickers” who are holding farm interests hostage, and that merely extending the present farm bill for debate rather than agreeing to the lock on the $500 billion bill over 10 years will have a profound effect on the economy. While this plays well into sound bites for TV news, in fact the farm bill is much more than just agriculture. It involves farm policy, food stamps, telecommunications, research, energy, forestry and conservation. But more important, the farm bill is 80 percent food

stamps and nutrition programs — $400 billion, the vast majority of the bill. Logic would dictate that given the overwhelming importance determined by funding of this bill, it should be called the Nutrition Bill, or the Healthy Eating Bill. But don’t expect it to be called the Food Stamp Bill anytime soon because it plays better with Congress in selling this Orwellian “truth” to taxpayers. Vilsack says it is ideology that is blocking a “reform-minded” farm bill and without a doubt there was some reform, especially by way of subsidies and actual cuts in the food stamp program that some think is too much, while others think is too little. But ideology also speaks to the Democratic side, which wants not only an increase in food stamps, but also is blocking any attempts to turn the program over to individual states in block grant programs, thereby losing control. Meanwhile, amidst this ideological

war, there are farmers who need certainty in their business — along with other businesses in America — who are suffering and frustrated. And there is angst over drought relief looming ever so heavily going into this year. If the administration and Congress truly felt empathy for rural America, it would decouple the farm bill from all the other interests under its dome and allow an honest airing of the individual portions contained in it. That way, honest debates can be had on farm policy, conservation, subsidies and, yes, nutrition needs for our nation. To do no less — to hide or bury initiatives either side considers important but feels may be at risk — means there is no trust that voters would embrace those merits and agree to passage. But if that were the case, if indeed those elements have no merit, then they need to be laid to rest — as does Washington “doublespeak.”

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he U.S. Department of Agriculture recently announced a final rule establishing general regulations related to its new program for tracing livestock moving interstate. As many may know, this new program follows on the heels of the National Animal Identification System. NAIS was intended to create a program that would identify livestock throughout the country. It was a voluntary program and enrollment remained so low that the program became unviable. NAIS was unpopular, particularly to producers who believed the cost of implementing a system using implants and reading radio frequencies did not justify the possible benefits. The new rule focuses on animal disease traceability and was developed with significant input from health officials, industry experts and state and tribal governments. One of the most significant differences is that the new program only applies to animals being moved in interstate commerce. While this may seem an arbitrary distinction, the reason for this specific requirement for applicability has more to do with the limits of federal power than anything. The federal government can only regulate commerce among the states and with Indian Tribes under the U.S. Constitution. Although courts have allowed federal laws to reach some intrastate commerce, the restrictions in the Constitution limit the extent to which USDA can act with respect to animal traceability. To its credit, one of the most significant aspects of the new animal traceability program is its reliance on local practices and local control. For example, the new rule will not require producers to purchase expensive new technologies such as radio frequency eartags. National Uniform Eartagging System ear tags still will be acceptable, as will brands, tattoos and brand registrations, and owner-shipper statements. Additionally, USDA will make NUES ear tags available to producers at no cost while program funding lasts. Some of these alternative means of tracking animals may be used in place of an Interstate Certificate of Veterinary Inspection.

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More important, the new rule gives more control, generally speaking, to the state and tribal governments. While there are minimum requirements imposed by the federal rule, there is some flexibility offered to the local governments, particularly those that already have animal tracing programs in place. The alternative forms of registration and traceability documentation are typically acceptable “when accepted by the shipping and receiving states or tribes.” A couple specific exemptions in the new rule are worth mention, as well. There is an exemption for livestock moved interstate to a custom slaughter facility. The primary reason for this exemption is that the livestock being moved to a custom slaughter facility are already identified to the person responsible for bringing the animal to the facility. This exemption will allow small-scale producers a way to avoid unnecessary, redundant animal tracing requirements. Another specific exemption is relevant for North Dakota, South Dakota and the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. According to the rule, there is an exemption if the movement occurs entirely within tribal land that straddles a state line and the tribe has a separate traceability system from the states in which its lands are located. I could not find any information on a traceability program adopted by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. If one does not exist, the new rule may offer a significant incentive for the tribe to adopt a traceability program for its member ranchers who regularly cross the border with their livestock, but remain within the boundaries of the reservation. The new program is a significant improvement over NAIS, and the emphasis on local control should help its chances for success by allowing local governments to recognize and accommodate practices already in use.


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LATEST NEWS SD beef plant clears final financial hurdle

signed to help bolster family-run farms, as well as minority growers and military veterans seeking to start a farm who might otherwise have trouble qualifying for small loans from banks or other USDA loan programs. The loans can help farmers grow niche or organic crops to sell directly to ethnic and farmers markets, or contribute to communitysupported agriculture programs. The loan also can cover the costs of renting land, seed, equipment and other expenses. The goal is to create more opportunities for entrepreneurship and employment in the farming industry, Vilsack says.

■ ABERDEEN, S.D. – A beef processing plant in northern South Dakota that has been operating on a limited basis since last fall has raised enough money to enter into full production. Land for the $109 million Northern Beef Packers plant in Aberdeen was secured in 2006, but numerous problems including financial issues, lawsuits and flooding repeatedly pushed back the opening date. Northern Beef, which is largely financed by Korean investors, has now raised more than $150 million, an amount that includes working capital. The plant eventually will process 1,500 cattle a day from the Dakotas, Nebraska, Iowa and Minnesota, producing more than 1 million pounds of boxed beef and beef byproducts daily.

Canada, US to recognize control areas in animal disease outbreaks

■ WINNIPEG, Manitoba – Canada and the United States

Goehring approves bird repellent for corn

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sioner Doug Goehring has issued special local needs (SLN) registrations to Arkion Life Sciences LLC, allowing North Dakota corn farmers to use Avipel Hopper Box Corn Seed Treatment and Avipel Liquid Seed Treatment to repel ringnecked pheasants. Goehring emphasizes that the products are nontoxic to pheasants or other birds. Goehring says using scare tactics such as decoy owls and noisemakers have proven ineffective, and that management by hunting is inconsistent. The SLN labeling allows use of Avipel as a seed treatment at a rate of 0.5 pounds of active ingredient per 100 pounds of seed. North Dakota ranked 12th in the U.S. in production of corn for grain in 2011 and is expected to climb in rank in coming years.

USDA offering loans to farmers growing for locals

■ MEMPHIS, Tenn. – The U.S. Department of Agriculture

have agreed to recognize each other’s control zones during animal disease outbreaks. The agreement means that if there’s an outbreak in one area, the other country will continue to allow imports of live animals, animal products and byproducts from disease-free areas. Canada’s Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz points to 2003 when mad cow disease was found in Western Canada. Ritz says cattle from disease-free areas such as Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic Canada would still have been able to cross the border if a zoning deal had been in place. He says the agreement will still prevent the spread of disease, but minimize disruptions in the trade of healthy animals. A framework outlining exactly how the arrangement is to work is being developed. It will involve extensive consultation with industry groups, states and provinces.

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has created a new loan program to help small farmers, including growers who want to take advantage of the soaring interest in locally produced food. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says new “microloans” of up to $35,000 are de-

20-acre cattle operation in Bismarck, N.D., that has been in a dispute with the North Dakota Game and Fish Department over deer depredation protection, acknowledged that she had signed an agreement after a North Dakota Mediation Service session with her father on Jan. 14, but de-

clined to elaborate on it. The North Dakota Legislature expanded mediation duties in 2011 to include deer depredation, as well as mediation with various oil-related disputes between landowners and various parties. Bill Dethloff says the game and fish agency had offered $36,000 for constructing a woven wire fence around the property, but he had objected, saying the wooded area required a sturdier, panel-type fence that would cost more than $112,000 to construct. He had been convicted in 2011 of shooting 17 deer to protect a feedlot and feed.

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for Premium Gold Flax Products & Processing Inc. of Denhoff, N.D., the company featured in Agweek’s Jan. 14 cover story. Jordan Miller, the son of owners Randy and Deborah Miller, works in milling and manages Organic Farming, a separate but related entity. Also, the shelf life of Gluten Free Flax & Whole Grain All-Purpose Flour is 12 months. ■ Crop record: North Dakota farmers produced record corn and soybean crops last year. The Agriculture Department says North Dakota’s corn crop was a record 422 million bushels, up 95 percent from the previous year. The state’s soybean crop totaled 161 million bushels, up 40 percent over the year. Oil sunflower production was up 91 percent, canola up 60 percent, flaxseed up 126 percent and dry edible peas up 287 percent. Many of the crops rebounded from 2011 flooding. North Dakota sugar beet production for 2012 is estimated at 6.02 million tons, up 31 percent. ■ Temple Grandin: World-renowned livestock handling scientist Temple Grandin will speak at 1:30 p.m. Jan. 25 at the North Dakota State University Memorial Union Ballroom in Fargo. Her presentation, “Different is Not Less” is open to the public and she’ll be available during an open reception from 2:30 to 3 p.m.

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RESEARCH

calamity, but there is cause for concern,” he says. Growing population — the world is expected to add 2 billion people by 2050 — is only part of it. Hundreds of millions of people globally will move into the middle class in coming years, and their food needs will grow. The combination of more people and the growing middle class is expected to increase world food needs by 70 to 100 percent by 2050. On the production side, water scarcity and limited ability to bring new farmland into production are huge concerns, experts say.

! Decades of agricultural research have bolstered yields of wheat and other crops. This wheat field near Lakota, N.D., held up well during the dry, hot summer of 2012, thanks in part to researchers who developed drought-tolerant wheat varieties.

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time,” she says. She’s not alone in that judgment. A wide range of experts, including the Presidential Council of Advisors on Science and Technology, say public spending on ag research is at worrisomely low levels. The “nation’s agricultural research enterprise is not prepared to meet the challenges that U.S. agriculture faces in the 21st century,” according to the Presidential Council’s December 2012 report, which concluded that the federal government needs to increase ag research inWoteki vestments by $700 million per year. The federal government spends roughly $4 billion a year on ag research now. Federal budget problems could torpedo any such increase and even cut into existing spending, many in agriculture worry. “It’s a concern,” says Erik Younggren, a Hallock, Minn., farmer and president of the National Association of Wheat Growers. Some other developed countries also are scaling back on public sector spending on ag research, when inflation is considered, says Philip Pardey. Pardey, a professor of applied economics and director of the Interna-

Reasons for optimism

John Brose, Special to Agweek

tional Science and Technology Practice and Policy Center, both at the University of Minnesota, has studied world

agricultural research and development for 25 years. “My sense is we’re not heading for a

Study: Investing more in ag research would increase efficiency, productivity “Total factor productivity” isn’t a term that rolls easily off the tongue. But investing more money in agricultural research would improve both total factor productivity and U.S. ag production, according to a report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The report looks at TFP, or the efficiency with which inputs such as land, labor, capital and materials are combined to produce crops and livestock. From 1948 to 2008, U.S. ag inputs barely increased, while output (production) rose 250 percent. The increase in TFP during those 60 years nearly matched the increase in output. On an annual basis, TFP rose an average of 1.52 percent from 1948 to 2008. In the same period, average annual production rose by an average of 1.58 percent, the report found. Public spending on ag research wasn’t the only reason TFP rose, but

“the force of these (other) factors is compounded by public agricultural research,” according to the report. Put simply, spending more on ag research raised TFP, helping farmers become more efficient and productive. Spending more on ag research in the future would continue to increase TFP and productivity, the report found. It examined three scenarios for public spending on U.S. ag research from 2010 to 2050: ■ In the first scenario, spending holds steady in nominal dollars, but isn’t adjusted for inflation. Average annual growth in TFP would fall to less than 0.75 percent. U.S. ag production would increase 40 percent by 2050, barely enough to outpace projected growth in the country’s population. ■ In the second scenario, spending is increased by 3.73 percent annually, enough to offset inflation in the cost

of ag research. Annual TFP growth would average 1.4 percent. That would raise U.S. ag production 73 percent by 2050, most likely enough to keep up with rising global demand. ■ In the third scenario, spending is raised by 4.73 percent annually, 1 percentage point above inflation. Annual TFP growth would average 1.6 percent. That would raise U.S. ag production 83 percent by 2050, most likely enough to keep up with rising global demand. Here’s the final takeaway from the report: The long-term growth rate of U.S. ag production will decline if spending on ag research doesn’t increase. That, in turn, likely would lead to higher food prices, serious environmental consequences and a potential drop in ag exports as U.S. farmers lose competitiveness in world markets.

To be sure, there are encouraging developments in global spending on ag research. One bright spot is private sector spending. It rose to $11 billion in 2010 from $5.6 billion in 1994 — an annual growth rate of 1.4 percent after inflation is factored in, according to a report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Economic Research Service. The most rapid growth came in crop seed and biotechnology traits. The United States leads the world in private sector spending on ag research, accounting for more than one-third of the world total. But some of the money spent by U.S. companies is for ag research that will be applied outside the country, Pardey says. Also, much of the private-sector spending is for research on food processing, not food production, he and other experts note. Another reason for optimism, at least from a global perspective, is the fact that several countries, most notably China and India, are stepping up public sector spending on ag research. China has even surpassed the U.S. In 1960, the U.S. led the world with $1.2 billion of public spending on ag research, triple the $433 million of China, which ranked second. In 2009, China led the world with $5.8 billion, topping the $4.5 billion spent by the second-place U.S. Of course, as experts point out, America’s competitive advantage in ag lessens when other countries outspend it on ag research. Fifty years ago, America accounted for 21 percent of global public sector spending on ag research. Today, the U.S. share is only 13 percent, RESEARCH: See Page 10


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according to information from Pardey. And there is a third reason for optimism about spending on research. There are indications, not yet supported by hard data, that some of the world’s poorest countries are beginning to spend more on ag research, says Nienke Beintema, head of the Agricultural Science and Technology Indicators initiative for the International Food Policy Research Institute, based in Washington, D.C. Unfortunately, such increases are coming after many years of limited spending and a great deal of catching up is needed, she says.

Why not more spending?

A number of factors are working against spending on ag research. The biggest may be complacency, at least in the United States. “We have the most productive agricultural system in the world,” says Ken Grafton, vice president for agricultural affairs at North Dakota State University and a former plant breeder. “We’re the envy of the world in research and production. “I suspect people become a little complacent,” he says. The United States hasn’t had food shortages since the Dust Bowl (in the 1930s), and many Americans take a stable food supply for granted, Woteki says. Spending on ag research also can be a hard sell to policymakers because the spending can take years to pay off, experts say. By some estimates, a minimum of 10 years is needed before ag research begins to pay for itself. By other estimates, as many 50 years are required before its full benefits are achieved.

COVER STORY Ag research has been referred to as “slow magic,” the benefits of which don’t occur right away, then endure for many years. But, $1 spent on ag research typically results in at least $10 of economic benefits, according to the Presidential Council’s report on ag research. Nonetheless, that slow payback can be daunting to policymakers, especially ones in poor countries, Beintema says. Investing in schools, roads and clinics, rather than ag research, may seem more prudent, she says. Public sector spending on ag research in the U.S. also is hampered because it’s not always a priority for farmers and farm groups, Pardey says. “There’s a lot of rhetoric” about the need for spending on ag research. But producers often place much greater emphasis on securing funding for programs such as federal crop insurance, he says.

Private sector spending

Spending by private companies, often in collaboration with universities, is growing. Monsanto, the agribusiness giant, in 2011 gave more than $21 million to 146 universities nationwide for research, licensing agreements, field trials and scholarships, among other things, according to the company. Last September, Monsanto announced a partnership in wheat breeding with North Dakota State University. Both Grafton and Connie Armentrout, Monsanto’s director of academic licensing, says the partnership, though still in its early stages, is going well for NDSU and Monsanto. To be successful, such partnerships “have to bring value to both parties,” Armentrout says. Grafton says the wheat-breeding partnership with Monsanto draws on the strengths of both organizations. The number of private and public

partnerships at land-grant universities probably will continue to grow as less federal money for ag research becomes available, Grafton says. “The underlying principal of landgrant universities is improving society. As long as we don’t lose sight of that, I don’t think it ( collaboration) is problematic. That’s my own personal opinion,” he says. Grafton adds that state government financial support for ag research is unusually strong in North Dakota. The public sector’s role in ag research remains vital, Woteki says. Public spending on ag research focuses on fundamental, long-term needs, with companies building on that research, she says. That’s true globally, too, Pardey says. “The world is still pretty dependent on public spending for agricultural R&D,” he says. Private-sector spending is concentrated on a handful of crops, particularly corn and soybeans, Pardey and others say. Some people wonder if private companies will cut back on spending for ag research if crop prices fall sharply. “I hope we don’t have to find that out,” Armentrout says. But whatever happens with crop prices, “We’re always looking for ways to meet farmers’ needs,” she says.

‘Maintenance spending’

By all accounts, ag research is costly. Ag research, particularly when it’s directed to production, “costs more dollars than it used to. It’s just like farming. Producers have to spend more money on their operations,” says Don Tanaka, a retired soil scientist who spent more than 20 years with the USDA Agricultural Research Service station in Mandan, N.D. So-called “maintenance spending” is part of the reason. “You have to invest to maintain past

gains, as well as to promote future gains,” Pardey says. For instance, crop diseases such as stem rust in wheat can hammer yields, reducing or even eliminating yield gains achieved from earlier research. Unless time and money is invested to battle those crop diseases, those past gains will be lost, Pardey says. Maintenance spending can account for as much as 40 to 60 percent of all spending on ag research, according to estimates.

Bringing in young blood

Many ag researchers, both in the United States and other countries, are nearing retirement age, experts say. Attracting talented young scientists to ag research can be difficult in poor countries, where other types of research may be more profitable and seem more exciting, Beintema says. Bringing in a new generation of ag researchers is important in the United States, too, and funding is the key, Woteki says. “It’s a truism in the scientific community. If there is funding for research, you’ll be able to attract good people to work on those problems,” she says. Breakthroughs achieved by a new generation of ag researchers would help a new generation of farmers, Pardey says. Unless spending on ag research increases, “The sons of today’s farmers will bear the brunt of these bad decisions,” he says. Because the United States did a good job of ag research for many decades, U.S. agriculture can temporarily withstand recent spending cuts, Pardey says. “We were doing pretty well until 10 or 15 years ago. We had a big stock of knowledge. You can nibble on that. But eventually it (not spending enough) catches up on you,” he says.

REGIONAL NEWS

Farmers slow to react to Roundup resistance

By Mikkel Pates

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FARGO, N.D. — Farmers in the Upper Great Plains have an opportunity to forestall an almost inevitable struggle with herbicide-resistant weeds, but most are ignoring the prophets and the reports from midSouth states like Arkansas. Richard Zollinger, a North Dakota State University weed specialist, took an instant “clicker” survey of some 300 attendees at the 15th Wild World of Weeds Workshop at the Fargodome in Fargo, N.D. While he didn’t have time to fully analyze the numbers, he says the message is clear. “People are still using a lot of re-

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liance on glyphosate,” Zollinger says, summarizing the survey. “They’re not really using a lot of different modes of action and they just haven’t incorporated this mentality that it’s going to take more management and probably more money to do Norsworthy the same job that we used to do.” Most farmers are still using Roundup (glyphosate) followed by Roundup, he says. The meeting included about 300 consultants, agronomists, county extension service agents and some chemical industry people. Only about 5 percent were farmers, Zollinger estimates. About 70 percent of those in the group were crop consultants and were reporting what their clients were actually

doing. The study preceded a keynote talk by Jason Norsworthy, a weed scientist with the University of Arkansas, based in Fayetteville. Norsworthy explained how farmers in his region are beginning an expensive and difficult process of clawing out of some weed resistance problems with intensive management. He says weeds have increased the complexity of weed control, have caused abandoned fields and have bankrupted some farmers. “It’s compromised conservation tillage for us,” he says, noting that one solution to some weeds is occasional moldboard plowing, to bury some kinds of seed that will deteriorate over time. Norsworthy says the resistance to glyphosate will perpetuate overuse and weed resistance in other broadleaf herbicides. “I honestly believe, as I look to North Dakota, and I look at kochia, and I look at waterhemp, you guys are heading in the same direction with those two

weeds,” he says. Farmers would be “extremely naïve” to think simply rotating from soybeans to corn will solve their problem. Among the tools Arkansas farmers are using to deal with the issue is a “Flag the Technology” strategy, where they put different colored flags in the field that identify different technology — white for Roundup, green for Liberty Link and red for conventional. Other farmers are going to a “spray the dirt” program of scheduled applications before target weeds are detected by scouting, because they’ll inevitably be too late. They should use fullstrength applications always and never partial-rates that add to the resistance problem. And they should not use early morning or late evening applications because weed leaves are pointed up or down, reducing spray effectiveness. Soybean farmers in states like Arkansas are spending $60 to $65 an acre for herbicides and another $25 an acre for hand weeding to control weeds in soybeans, Norsworthy says.


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NATIONAL NEWS

Vilsack will remain ag secretary Says he is proud of many accomplishments

made.” In a formal statement, Vilsack said: “President Obama and I share a deep appreciation for rural America and its unlimited potential in the years ahead to feed a growing world population, rev-

olutionize America’s energy, further protect our natural resources and create more jobs here at home. We will continue to urge Congress to pass a food, farm and jobs bill that will help us continue USDA’s wide range of efforts

to support this work. As we look ahead to a promising future in our small towns and rural communities, I am pleased to continue working alongside President Obama to grow more opportunity in rural America.”

By Jerry Hagstrom Special to Agweek

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack confirmed here on Jan. 14 that President Barack Obama has asked him to continue in his position, and urged Congress to pass a new five-year farm bill. Speaking to reporters after a speech to the American Farm Bureau Federation, Vilsack said he could list many accomplishments of which he is proud, such as four years of record exports, the resolution of civil rights cases, the Agriculture Department’s assistance in developing the renewable fuels inVilsack dustry and the increase in broadband availability around the country. But he said his greatest disappointment is that “We don’t have a five-year farm bill.” In his speech, Vilsack noted that in polite company he says he was “disappointed” that the bill was not passed, but acknowledged he has used “different words in smaller settings.” In his speech and at the news conference, he also stressed the importance of convincing Congress to pass a farm bill this year. The drought and the looming sequester that would require an 8 percent cut in the U.S. Department of Agriculture budget both create uncertainties for American agriculture and increase the reasons Congress should act on the farm bill quickly, Vilsack said, The secretary said a new farm bill is also needed to: ■ Address the cotton trade conflict with Brazil. ■ Help livestock producers who suffered from the drought last year, but got no help. ■ Help dairy producers who only got the extension of the Milk Income Loss Contract program. ■ Help specialty crop producers. ■ Continue agricultural research. In its fiscal 2013 budget proposal, the Obama administration had proposed the elimination of direct payments, a cut to crop insurance subsidies to big farmers and small cuts to conservation, but Vilsack said of the 2014 budget proposal, “I don’t know that those decisions have been fully and completely

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REGIONAL NEWS

A welcome change

Grape and wine group eyes direct market law

The North Dakota Beer Wholesalers in 2011 opposed the bill for regulation, taxation and safety reasons, as well as the fear of litigation from out-of-state wineries. Many legislators are focused on it this session, Krieger says.

“It shouldn’t be this hard to promote small business in North Dakota,” he says. A couple of huge wholesalers do about 98 percent of the wine business in the state. The newly named organization holds

its annual meeting Feb. 8 and 9 in Bismarck. Information can be found on its website at www.NDGGA.org. The event begins with wine tasting and a wine competition. The second day includes educational seminars and a banquet.

By Mikkel Pates

Agweek Staff Writer

FARGO, N.D. — It’s now called the North Dakota Grape and Wine Association, and the state’s growers and vintners are again working toward a direct-to-retail marketing agenda in the North Dakota State Legislature. House Bill 1077 passed in the House Industry, Business and Labor committee by a 15-0 vote on Jan. 14. This time, the group got the endorsement by the North Dakota Wholesale Beer Association, which Greg Krieger, a board member and former president, calls a “welcome change.” One of the key proponents is Rep. Dan Ruby, R-Minot. The group also is promoting a funding bill for continuing research at North Dakota State University, along with money for marketing and education on grapes and wine. SB2146 is sponsored by Sen. Karen Krebsbach, RMinot, and will be considered by the Agriculture Committee. Krieger says the organization added “grape” to its name, in a change that was passed by the board in late October and became official at the end of November. Four years ago, a Minnesota professor spoke to the group at a meeting in Carrington, N.D., and strongly suggested a change to include the wineries. “It’s pretty obvious that most of our grapes are going for wine. That’s why we’re growing them, pretty much overwhelmingly,” says Krieger, a crop consultant and vineyard owner. The grape and wine group is more optimistic this session about passing its direct-to-retail authorization, which means a winery will be able to sell a case of wine directly to a restaurant, bar or bottle shop without having to go through a wholesaler. “Wholesalers are designed to ship big volumes and it doesn’t make economic sense for them to run down to a winery — wherever — pick up a case or couple dozen cases,” Krieger says. “It’s not efficient for them, but that was what was required by the legal framework that we were working under. We are very hopeful that will be changed in the near future. “We were really close two years ago,” Krieger says. The measure lost by one vote. In the last legislature the House passed it, overturning a do-not-pass recommendation in committee. Then the Senate took the issue to a one-vote deficit.

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REGIONAL NEWS

Applying nitrogen properly

By Mikkel Pates

Agweek Staff Writer

FARGO, N.D. — Imagine a future in which farmers use scientifically gathered corn crop height data to color intensity ratings and decide whether to add mid-season nitrogen. North Dakota State University researchers say it’s not that far away. An optical sensor study for predicting corn yields was one of the topics at “Soil and Soil/Water Training,” sponsored by the North Dakota State University Extension service, Jan. 15 at the Fargodome in Fargo, N.D. The training offers required continuing education credits for the more than 200 crop consultants who attended. Lakesh Sharma, at NDSU since 2011, presented early results for a corn nitrogen-rate study he’s working on for a doctorate study in conjunction with David Franzen, an NDSU Extension

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Height plus optical

The new study uses two different technologies, Franzen says. One is the NDVI. The second is the Holland Crop Circle Sensor — a tool developed in Nebraska. That has the NDVI, but also a lens that gives what is called a “red edge.” “The red edge NDVI is a kind of a

proxy for the green that we see,” Franzen says. “It goes beyond the twodimensional leaf area of a wheat crop and it puts into play something we would see going out into the field, but it quantifies it in a way that our brain can’t, really.” The first part of the project is to compare the two, and see how they work at different crop stages. The first reading taken is at the sixleaf stage. That’s important because it’s the stage when the corn farmer is deciding whether to side-dress nitrogen to maximize yield potential. The second reading offers better prediction, with the crop circle sensor, but that’s a little late, unless the farmer has had a catastrophic incident, like a 6inch rain, which could have leached nitrogen out of the area where it is used. The difference between Sharma’s work and what has been done before is that another factor — the height of the crop multiplied by the crop color readings — gives much clearer representation of the potential yield, Franzen says. The predictability gets two or three times better when the height data is added to the optical data.

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“Scientists are developing the basic algorithms and, at the same time, we’ll be testing satellite image NDVI against our algorithms to see if they’re similar,” Franzen says. “If they are, we can use the satellite images to predict which fields a farmer or an ag industry (professional) needs to look at for supplemental nitrogen,” Franzen says. Franzen sees the system being managed like this: “When the initial fertilizer is put on in the fall or pre-planted in the spring, the farmer will put some, but not all, of his nitrogen on the field because of the risk of loss in the first six weeks or so,” he says. “They’re planning on side-dressing, or top-dressing (nitrogen). “Within that field, there’ll be a short strip — 100 feet or so, where they’ll double the nitrogen rate, maybe up to 200 pounds of N. That’ll serve as the field standard. It’ll be within the field, within the variety, so the variety differences of color don’t matter. The difference between the nitrogen-rich strip and the rest of the field tells you whether it needs supplementation or not.

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■ FARGO, N.D. – The Red River Valley Research Corridor and North Dakota Farmers Union are co-hosting an opportunity to learn about the state of precision agriculture, trends, technological applications and demonstrations for successful implementation. The second annual Precision Agriculture Action Summit is scheduled for Jan. 21 and 22 at the NDFU Conference Center in Jamestown, N.D. Co-organizers include North Dakota State University Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering and the Dakota Precision Ag Center. The summit is the only one of its kind in the region to address precision agriculture. It is open to the public and agriculture producers, researchers, agronomists, manufacturers, business leaders, economic developers and students who are interested in hearing from experts, exchanging ideas and learning more about precision agriculture are all encouraged to attend. The agenda includes presentations about in-field sensor applications to precision agriculture, vegetation indices and nitrogen rate, commercial sensor options and variable rate applications.

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recent economic assessment and review of biomass opportunities for the Midwest, as developed in cooperation with William Strauss, president of FutureMetrics LLC. Strauss, who is speaking at the conference, is a noted biomass expert who also serves as the chief economist for the Biomass Thermal Energy Council. Breakout session topics will include biomass resource processing, heating policy, combustion technologies, and success case studies and virtual tours of businesses, public buildings and residential properties utilizing biomass for heat, steam or combined heat and power.

SD economic plan focuses on ag

■ PIERRE, S.D. – A cornerstone of Gov.

Dennis Daugaard’s economic development plan for South Dakota includes building on South Dakota’s competitive advantage – agriculture. During the past 18 months, Daugaard and South Dakota Department of Agriculture have been engaged with the agricultural community. “Knowing that agriculture is the primary industry investing in our rural communities, we have an opportunity to set the stage for the next generation of livestock production in South Dakota,”

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says Walt Bones, state secretary of agriculture. “In human terms, it’s also a dialogue about the next generation of farmers and ranchers in our state.” The governor’s Coordinated Livestock Development Initiative has four goals: communicate South Dakota’s vision for livestock production; support a local presence for agricultural development; provide resources and training for South Dakota livestock producers; and explore ways to embrace local control when it comes to livestock development.

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Minn. Farm Bureau determines focus areas for 2013

■ During a comprehensive discussion and debate on Nov. 30, voting delegates at the Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation’s 94th annual meeting adopted policy positions for 2013. At the MFBF board of directors meeting following the annual meeting, board members discussed the organization’s focus areas for 2013. “Farm Bureau’s policy development process began early in the year and resulted in a very productive Minnesota Farm Bureau delegate session,” says MFBF president Kevin Paap. “Farm Bureau voting delegates, farmers and ranchers from throughout Minnesota, established our public policy positions on the issues facing agriculture. Top on the mind of our delegates and members were the impacts of the 2012 elections. Roughly 30 percent of the members in the state legislature will be serving their first term. In addition, new committee structures and committee chairs have been announced.” For 2013, the Minnesota Senate and House of Representatives have combined the agriculture finance budget with the budgets for the Pollution Control Agency and the Department of Natural Resources, he says. “In the previous year’s budget discussions, agriculture was a separate finance bill. There will be more players at the table as the state legislature and governor conduct their budget negotiations.”

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Heating the Midwest announces second annual conference

■ MINNEAPOLIS – Heating the Midwest, a

regional renewable biomass thermal energy advocacy group, announced its second annual conference scheduled for April 25 to 26 at the Black Bear Casino Resort in Carlton, Minn. The event will bring together leaders of the woody and agricultural biomass industry (pellets, wood, agricultural residues and dedicated energy crops) interested in supporting and expanding the use of biomass for heat and combined heat and power in the Midwest. Conference plans are under way, including a preconference industry tour of northwest Wisconsin and northeast Minnesota biomass businesses and installations on April 24. Conference keynote presentations will include Heating the Midwest’s vision for reducing reliance on fossil fuel energy by raising awareness and usage of renewable thermal biomass for heat. The keynote presentations will include the most

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REGIONAL NEWS

Setting a minimum

ND dairy laws guarantee milk prices for farmers, retailers

By Christopher Bjorke Forum News Service

It only looks like a simple jug of milk. In truth, it is a regulated commodity, “vital to the public health and welfare,” in the language of the North Dakota

Century Code. It has been subject to “unfair, unjust, destructive and demoralizing trade practices” that “constitute a constant menace to the health and welfare of the inhabitants of this state.” And in North Dakota, it costs no less

than $1.73 for a half-gallon of 2 percent, $1.65 for skim or $1.80 for whole — though it usually sells for more than that. The average consumer might not think about where the milk on the supermarket shelf comes from or how the

price is set, but the product is regulated to support a market for producers, guarantee minimum “safety net” prices and prevent out-of-state producers from undercutting state dairy farmers. But that is the role of the state Milk Marketing Board, a body whose power is to “supervise, investigate and regulate every segment of the state’s dairy industry,” including licensing producers, processors, distributors and setting floors for the prices paid to the producer, wholesaler and the retailer of milk products. “The whole idea was to have dairy farmers in North Dakota, to have creameries in North Dakota,” says John Weisgerber Jr., the board’s director in Bismarck. “The idea is to keep it here in North Dakota.”

Keeping it local

The impetus of the board, according to Weisgerber, was to protect local producers and support distribution of milk to rural areas that might be ignored by larger, out-of-state dairies, which expanded in the 1940s. “You’ve got miles and miles and miles and low population density,” he says. While the federal government has been involved in regulating milk marketing for decades, the state Legislature in 1967 approved a state board as an option that would be more responsive to the interests of the industry in the state. The board’s five members are appointed by the governor and include a producer, a processor, a retailer and two consumer representatives. Weisgerber likened the milk board to the North Dakota Mill and Elevator and the Bank of North Dakota, two state entities created to improve farmers’ leverage with Minnesota grain buyers and provide favorable financing for growers. “There’s about eight states that have laws very similar to this,” Weisgerber says.

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The board’s interest was protecting the viability of the dairy farmers with a guaranteed price, but during the creation of the board, processors and retailers also asked for guaranteed minimum prices, creating floors for prices paid to processors and retailers. The current price paid to producers is $22.12 per hundredweight of raw milk. The board has the power to set a maximum price for milk, but it does not now. Weisgerber says the dairy industry is a good candidate for regulation because of the perishable nature of its products. Milk has to be produced and cows need to be milked, and if farmers do not have a favorable market to sell to, they can fail and the state loses some of its dairy industry.


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SUPPLY AND DEMAND

USDA final report details crop losses from drought

By David Pitt

Associated Press

DES MOINES, Iowa — The federal government released its final crop report for 2012 on Jan. 11, detailing heavy losses caused by the worst drought the U.S. has experienced since the 1950s. Much of the attention focused on corn, which is widely used as an ingredient in many foods and as feed for livestock. Farmers produced less than threefourths of the corn the U.S. Department of Agriculture anticipated when planting was done in the spring. The year-end report shows a harvest of 10.78 billion bushels, 27 percent less than the agency's initial estimate of 14.8 billion

bushels. The harvest, however, still was one of the largest in U.S. history. Farmers say better crop technology that improved the ability of corn to withstand drought saved them from more devastating losses, and production was helped by the large number of acres planted this year. USDA closed the year by saying farmers planted 97.2 million acres of corn, the most since 1937. Farmers have been planting more corn as demand has risen with ethanol production. Just a decade ago, fewer than 80 million acres were planted in corn. While the drought eventually spread to cover two-thirds of the nation, its impact varied widely from one region of the Corn Belt to another. Some Iowa

farmers saw decent results, while those in parts of Illinois and Indiana could only watch as plants withered and died after months of drought. "I've yet to run into anyone around me that wasn't ready for 2013 to come," says Earl Williams, 62, a former Illinois Soybean Association president who farms 1,000 acres near Rockford, Ill. Helped by crop insurance, he managed to break even last year, despite getting seven or eight bushels less per acre than he usually does. His cornfields took an even bigger hit, producing 50 to 60 bushels short of the 150 to 160 bushels he'd typically reap. USDA had predicted a record average yield of 166 bushels per acre of corn when warm weather got

U.S. wheat supply/demand Million bushels 2010/11 2011/12

Item Beginning stocks ............. Production........................ Imports............................. Supply, total ..................... Seed use .......................... Feed use/residual ............ Domestic, total................ Exports............................. Use, total.......................... Ending stocks, total ......... CCC inventory ................. Free stocks ...................... Avg. farm price $/bu ........

976 2,207 97 3,279 71 132 1,128 1,289 2,417 862 0 862 5.70

Source: USDA January Supply and Demand Report

862 1,999 112 2,974 76 164 1,182 1,050 2,231 743 0 743 7.24

U.S. feed grain supply/demand

2012/13 Estimates Dec. January 743 2,269 130 3,142 73 315 1,338 1,150 2,388 754 0 754 7.70-8.30

743 2,269 130 3,142 73 350 1,375 1,050 2,425 716 0 716 7.65-8.15

Million bushels 2010/11 2011/12

Beginning stocks ............. Production........................ Imports............................. Supply, total ................... Feed use .......................... Food/Ind/seed ................. Ethanol for fuel................. Domestic, total................ Exports............................. Use, total........................ CCC inventory ................. Free stocks ...................... Avg. farm price $/bu ........

1,708 12,447 28 14,182 4,795 6,426 5,019 11,221 1,834 13,055 0 1,128 5.18

Source: USDA January Supply and Demand Report

1,128 12,360 29 13,516 4,548 6,437 5,011 10,985 1,543 12,527 0 989 6.22

Beginning stocks ............. Production........................ Imports............................. Supply, total ................... Feed use .......................... Food/Ind/Seed................. Domestic, total............... Exports............................. Use, total........................ Ending stocks, total ......... CCC inventory ................. Free stocks ...................... Outstanding loans............

Source: USDA January Supply and Demand Report

Item Beginning stocks ............. Production........................ Imports............................. Supply, total ................... Crushings......................... Exports............................. Seed/feed use.................. Residual ........................... Total use......................... Ending stocks, total ......... Avg. farm price $/bu ........

151 3,329 14 3,495 1,648 1,501 87 43 3,280 215 11.30

Source: USDA January Supply and Demand Report

215 3,094 16 3,325 1,703 1,362 90 1 3,155 169 12.50

989 10,780 100 11,869 4,450 5,867 4,500 10,317 950 11,267 0 602 6.80-8.00

27.8 284.7 4.6 317.1 110.0 155.5 265.5 32.0 297.6 19.5 0.0 19.5 1.3

27.8 285.8 4.6 318.3 119.1 155.0 274.1 26.0 300.1 18.1 0.0 18.1 1.3

Beginning stocks ............. Production........................ Imports............................. Supply, total ................... Feed use .......................... Food/Ind/seed ................. Total domestic................ Exports............................. Use, total........................ Ending stocks, total ......... Avg. farm price $/bu ........

115 180 9 305 50 159 208 8 216 89 3.86

Source: USDA January Supply and Demand Report

89 156 16 261 38 155 193 9 201 60 5.35

2012/13 Estimates Dec. January 60 220 20 300 55 155 210 10 220 80 6.10-6.80

60 220 20 300 60 155 215 10 225 75 6.10-6.70

U.S. oats supply/demand

2012/13 Estimates Dec. January 169 2,971 20 3,160 1,570 1,345 89 26 3,031 130 13.55-15.55

32.3 323.6 2.7 358.5 119.6 170.1 289.7 41.0 330.7 27.8 0.0 27.8 1.1

Million bushels 2010/11 2011/12

Item

U.S. soybean supply/demand Million bushels 2010/11 2011/12

48.1 330.0 2.4 380.5 127.7 169.9 297.6 50.7 348.3 32.3 0.0 32.3 1.3

2012/13 Estimates Dec. January

U.S. barley supply/demand

2012/13 Estimates Dec. January 988 10,725 100 11,814 4,150 5,867 4,500 10,017 1,150 11,167 0 647 6.80-8.00

Million bushels 2010/11 2011/12

Item

U.S. corn supply/demand Item

farmers in the fields early. But the government began scaling back estimates as the drought spread across two-thirds of the nation. Farmers may have reason to be nervous about prospects this spring when they hit the fields to plant again. The U.S. Drought Monitor's weekly updates have shown few signs the drought is relenting. Sixty percent of the continental U.S. is in some form of drought, and climatologists say it would take an absurd amount of snow for conditions to change much during winter. The best hope, they say, is for heavy spring rains. Editor’s Note: Associated Press reporter Jim Suhr contributed to this report from St. Louis.

169 3,015 20 3,204 1,605 1,345 89 30 3,070 135 13.50-15.00

Item Beginning stocks ............. Production........................ Imports............................. Supply, total ................... Feed use .......................... Food/Ind/Seed................. Total domestic................ Exports............................. Use, total........................ Ending stocks, total ......... Avg. farm price $/bu ........

Million bushels 2010/11 2011/12 80 81 85 247 102 74 176 3 179 68 2.52

Source: USDA January Supply and Demand Report

68 54 94 215 82 76 158 2 160 55 3.49

2012/13 Estimates Dec. January 55 64 95 214 85 76 161 3 164 50 3.55-4.05

55 64 95 214 90 76 166 2 168 46 3.60-4.00


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MARKETS

Aberdeen Hub City Livestock, Aberdeen, S.D. Receipts: 5313; Last Week 6812; Year Ago 6630. During the first two thirds of todays sale, steers 400-500lbs sold steady to 4 lower, 500-600 sold 2.00 to 6.00 lower, 600-700 sold 2.00 to 6.00 lower, 700-800 sold 3.00 to 7.00 lower, 800-900 sold 4.00 to 6.00 lower, 900-100 sold 3.00 to 4.00 lower. Heifers weighing 400-600 sold steady to 4.00 lower, 600-800 sold 3.00 to 6.00 lower, 800-900 sold 2.00 to 4.00 lower. During the last third of the sale quality increased slightly and calves overall brought the same as they did last week. Active market with many sellers marketing their calves today, rather than continue backgrounding, several of todays consignments were unscheduled. Buyers continue to be competitive during bidding runs. Steers 62 percent, heifers 38 percent, 79 percent over 600 lbs. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1: 30 394 lbs 192.00; 48 446 lbs 186.81; 52 466 lbs 187.17; 107 539 lbs 174.14; 111 572 lbs 168.31; 193 634 lbs 162.62; 183 670 lbs 154.16; 8 679 lbs 147.00 Fleshy; 59 651 lbs 164.25 Value Added; 276 734 lbs 148.03; 41 702 lbs 155.50 Fancy; 623 782 lbs 143.79; 273 819 lbs 142.63; 311 873 lbs 139.22; 54 908 lbs 137.82; 115 980 lbs 134.67. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1-2: 8 593 lbs 155.00; 13 642 lbs 150.00; 30 698 lbs 148.05. Feeder Steers Large 1: 13 807 lbs 136.00; 26 1046 lbs 134.10. Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1: 6 264 lbs 172.00; 47 369 lbs 177.30; 13 422 lbs 171.00; 13 430 lbs 194.00 Value Added; 122 475 lbs 165.12; 132 530 lbs 156.68; 198 585 lbs 154.60; 113 626 lbs 147.15; 149 630 lbs 157.59 Replacement; 44 619 lbs 153.00 Value Added; 189 678 lbs 140.49; 133 731 lbs 134.43; 162 762 lbs 133.70; 63 821 lbs 131.26; 22 822 lbs 127.00 Fleshy; 60 878 lbs 131.75; 49 926 lbs 128.37. Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1-2: 8 584 lbs 136.00; 8 652 lbs 116.00; 22 718 lbs 127.50; 9 869 lbs 125.00. Feeder Heifers Large 1: 7 1056 lbs 130.25; 27 1178 lbs 127.00.

Dickinson Stockmen’s Livestock Exchange, Dickinson, N.D. Receipts: 3963; Last Week 4444; Year Ago 2574. . Feeder steers traded 5.00 to 10.00 lower. Feeder heifers traded steady to 2.00 lower. Demand was moderate with good demand on replacement type heifers. Feeder steer’s made up 40 percent. Feeder heifers made up 60 percent. 54 percent over 600 lbs. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1: 39 419 lbs 185.98; 60 461 lbs 176.25; 27 531 lbs 166.61; 171 566 lbs 163.27; 126 634 lbs 149.02; 135 665 lbs 148.32; 88 733 lbs 139.95; 243 768 lbs 140.67; 85 821 lbs 138.50; 104 940 lbs 131.87. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1-2: 11 329 lbs 180.00; 5 413 lbs 179.00; 27 480 lbs 160.12; 9 532 lbs 155.00; 24 580 lbs 151.51; 11 611 lbs 141.00; 13 679 lbs 139.99; 6 736 lbs 130.00. Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1: 26 400 lbs 176.15; 129 475 lbs 157.36; 305 521 lbs 152.94; 10 507 lbs 169.50 Replacement; 251 578 lbs 141.40; 143 574 lbs 149.37 Replacement; 260 625 lbs 139.72; 25 600 lbs 146.75 Fancy; 19 640 lbs 160.50 Replacement; 217 660 lbs 139.96; 73 667 lbs 152.61 Replacement; 61 708 lbs 131.82; 44 733 lbs 155.17 Replacement; 54 755 lbs 131.91; 31 750 lbs 150.00 Replacement; 40 812 lbs 136.50. Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1-2: 96 421 lbs 164.73; 28 478 lbs 150.00; 12 539 lbs 143.00; 18 668 lbs 134.28; 8 741 lbs 125.25; 8 878 lbs 146.00. Feeder Bulls Medium and Large 1: 26 478 lbs 178.25; 8 568 lbs 163.00.

Fort Pierre Fort Pierre Livestock Auction, Fort Pierre, S.D. Receipts: 3014; Last Week 3866; Year Ago 3916. Feeder Steers sold steady to 1.00 higher, Feeder Heifers under 550 lbs sold steady, over 550 lbs 2.00 to 3.00 lower. Good demand for several long strings and packages of Feeder Steers and Heifers which sold on an active market despite concerns about coming winter

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storm. Today’s offering consisted of 59 percent steers, 41 percent heifers, 56 percent over 600 lbs. 18, Calf and Yearling Special, expecting 5,500 head. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1: 43 389 lbs 194.00; 5 482 lbs 181.00; 87 473 lbs 197.50 Fancy; 85 534 lbs 186.18; 44 521 lbs 175.50 Full; 32 576 lbs 171.99; 99 554 lbs 190.00 Fancy; 262 614 lbs 172.27; 253 674 lbs 159.34; 20 656 lbs 152.00 Fleshy; 103 730 lbs 155.61; 7 716 lbs 142.00 Fleshy; 206 758 lbs 154.40; 186 809 lbs 145.55; 101 871 lbs 142.42. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1-2: 9 333 lbs 180.00; 67 431 lbs 181.33. Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1: 167 428 lbs 164.58; 20 447 lbs 152.00 Fleshy; 148 483 lbs 165.79; 154 518 lbs 161.23; 118 588 lbs 152.96; 15 577 lbs 145.00 Fleshy; 92 602 lbs 147.81; 269 691 lbs 144.12; 75 763 lbs 137.50; 34 806 lbs 136.50. Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1-2: 19 341 lbs 159.97; 13 377 lbs 162.00.

Herreid Herreid Livestock Market, Herreid, S.D. Receipts: 2985; Last Week 2317; Year Ago 2268. In Herreid: Steer and heifer calves sold steady. Not all buyers were present due to weather. Active market with average demand. Steers 66 percent, heifers 34 percent, 65 percent over 600 lbs. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1: 21 384 lbs 198.16; 17 433 lbs 177.00; 102 465 lbs 177.73; 132 523 lbs 172.07; 95 575 lbs 162.00; 54 577 lbs 169.25 Fancy; 149 623 lbs 158.87; 43 618 lbs 148.41 Fleshy; 277 667 lbs 154.38; 43 697 lbs 144.00 Fleshy; 250 726 lbs 148.66; 75 736 lbs 142.40 Fleshy; 129 781 lbs 146.09; 49 826 lbs 144.50; 49 872 lbs 139.30; 68 906 lbs 139.12; 9 1014 lbs 135.00. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1-2: 10 417 lbs 168.00; 11 462 lbs 165.00; 8 569 lbs 154.00. Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1: 18 393 lbs 167.50; 8 429 lbs 164.00; 46 470 lbs 163.65; 20 459 lbs 146.00 Fleshy; 88 533 lbs 149.85; 8 546 lbs 140.00 Fleshy; 147 556 lbs 148.33; 18 593 lbs 140.25 Fleshy; 10 600 lbs 143.00; 25 620 lbs 142.50 Fleshy; 246 666 lbs 138.57; 25 691 lbs 133.50 Fleshy; 64 723 lbs 134.45; 63 770 lbs 135.76; 6 1138 lbs 121.75. Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1-2: 18 395 lbs 150.00; 44 479 lbs 153.92.

Mitchell Mitchell Livestock Auction Co., Mitchell, S.D. Receipts: 6006; Last Week 8603; Last Year: 4926. Steers under 550 lbs 10.00 lower, 550-600 lbs 5.00 to 9.00 lower, over 600 lbs 3.00 to

5.00 lower, instances 6.00 to 8.00 lower on 700-800 lbs. Heifers under 600 lbs steady to 3.00 lower, 600-650 lbs 10.00 lower, over 650 lbs 2.00 to 5.00 lower, instances 6.00 to 7.00 lower on 650-700 lbs. Good demand for calves and yearlings today, with best demand for yearlings in light flesh condition. Very good attendence today as most of the seating was filled for the majority of the sale. Many long strings and packages of cattle offered today in light to moderate flesh condition, with a few packages in moderate plus flesh. The feeder supply consisted of 58 percent steers, 42 percent heifers; 78 percent of the feeder run weighed over 600 lbs. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1: 4 295 lbs 193.00; 3 342 lbs 188.00; 11 369 lbs 193.58; 34 436 lbs 184.45; 33 478 lbs 170.00; 19 476 lbs 179.93 Thin Fleshed; 51 536 lbs 160.90; 6 528 lbs 176.50 Fancy; 41 517 lbs 177.39 Thin Fleshed; 192 576 lbs 158.05; 11 595 lbs 163.50 Fancy; 18 573 lbs 161.25 Thin Fleshed; 193 628 lbs 152.15; 37 637 lbs 167.67 Fancy; 275 672 lbs 147.67; 8 676 lbs 136.50 Calves; 28 687 lbs 140.75 Fleshy; 342 730 lbs 140.93; 31 700 lbs 149.50 Fancy; 18 701 lbs 147.00 Value Added; 668 773 lbs 139.26; 14 764 lbs 131.85 Calves; 16 789 lbs 134.50 Fleshy; 249 824 lbs 139.16; 298 868 lbs 137.24; 20 864 lbs 132.00 Fleshy; 96 867 lbs 138.00 Value Added; 149 934 lbs 135.59; 23 969 lbs 130.53; 6 951 lbs 125.75 Fleshy. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1-2: 37 448 lbs 150.50; 51 549 lbs 147.00; 39 612 lbs 143.68; 41 680 lbs 142.05. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 2: 7 496 lbs 151.00; 9 578 lbs 142.50; 12 847 lbs 120.50. Feeder Steers Large 1: 37 1009 lbs 134.99; 4 1002 lbs 131.00 Fleshy; 17 1074 lbs 135.18. Feeder Holstein Steers Large 3: 3 655 lbs 92.75; 6 815 lbs 89.50. Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1: 10 380 lbs 171.28; 28 427 lbs 167.30; 110 463 lbs 159.72; 69 518 lbs 160.25; 157 576 lbs 150.71; 11 557 lbs 158.50 Fancy; 46 574 lbs 139.95 Fleshy; 47 563 lbs 155.75 Replacement; 185 632 lbs 136.18; 22 604 lbs 143.48 Fancy; 4 639 lbs 128.50 Fleshy; 17 607 lbs 144.50 Replacement; 395 677 lbs 135.05; 20 652 lbs 135.00 Calves; 29 697 lbs 131.00 Fleshy; 242 725 lbs 134.35; 249 771 lbs 132.90; 178 829 lbs 131.30; 251 861 lbs 131.60; 5 900 lbs 127.75. Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1-2: 24 384 lbs 168.00; 5 449 lbs 155.00; 57 540 lbs 149.56; 8 551 lbs 133.00. Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 2: 16 388 lbs 149.00; 20 449 lbs 156.00; 56 478 lbs 139.00. Feeder Heifers Large 1: 3 1000 lbs 123.00.

Napoleon Napoleon Livestock Auction Inc., Napoleon, N.D. Receipts: 3388; Last Week 3924; Year Ago 2400. Feeder steers weighing 550 to 800 lbs. sold 5.00 to 8.00 lower. Feeder heifers weighing 500 to 800 lbs. sold 3.00 to 6.00 lower. Good demand for all classes of feeder cattle offered at today’s sale. 53 percent of the cattle at today’s sale were steers; 47 percent heifers. 63 percent of today’s offering weighed over 600 lbs. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1: 12 379 lbs 197.34; 99 472 lbs 173.33; 11 526 lbs 168.40; 319 564 lbs 167.21; 15 553 lbs 173.50 Fancy; 132 634 lbs 154.18; 60 614 lbs 163.34 Fancy; 130 669 lbs 144.84; 285 730 lbs 142.00; 89 781 lbs 139.10; 36 839 lbs 137.19; 66 868 lbs 136.35; 32 920 lbs 132.54. Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1-2: 19 637 lbs 145.37; 11 685 lbs 138.00; 9 774 lbs 130.50. Feeder Steers Large 1: 20 1032 lbs 126.50. Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1: 10 361 lbs 168.00; 17 424 lbs 159.59; 133 466 lbs 153.60; 71 539 lbs 145.62; 246 563 lbs 152.80; 183 632 lbs 137.03; 12 621 lbs 147.00 Fancy; 167 682 lbs 133.27; 176 721 lbs 133.06; 108 775 lbs 130.95; 43 830 lbs 128.95; 18 866 lbs 125.15; 13 1080 lbs 115.00.

NATIONAL NEWS

Vilsack urges support for Hagel

Says defense secretary candidate will support renewable fuels

By Jerry Hagstrom

Special to Agweek

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack on Jan. 14 urged members of the American Farm Bureau Federation to support former Sen. Chuck Hagel, R-Neb., for defense secretary, saying Hagel would support military use of renewable fuels. President Barack Obama has nominated Hagel to be defense secretary, but the nomination has run into opposition from conservative leaders who question some of Hagel’s positions on the Middle East. Sen. Mike Johanns, R-Neb., has said that even though Hagel had a distinguished military career and has been a friend for years, the two Nebraska senators “have very different opinions on many very important issues,” and that Hagel “has an obligation to elaborate on his past statements and fully explain his positions during what I expect to be a thorough and fair confirmation hearing.” But in a speech Jan. 14, Vilsack gave Hagel his full support. “Let me tell you why I want Chuck Hagel,” Vilsack said. “He is from Nebraska, he understands the biobased economy. He would be a secretary of Defense who could champion the biobased economy.” Vilsack also urged farmers to take an interest in other Cabinet nominations. The Treasury Department, Vilsack noted, has a new market tax credit program that could be important for rural America and said Treasury nominee White

House Chief of Staff Jacob Lew should be asked about it. Vilsack also urged farmers to get involved in the confirmations of new nominees for Commerce secretary and Environmental Protection Agency administrator, and in the administration’s expected push to reform immigration laws. The confirmation process, immigration and other issues, Vilsack said, can help rural America build “strategic alliances” with people who can push Congress to pass a farm bill. “Whether we like it or not, we have to acknowledge that the political clout rural America once had we don’t have today,” he said. “Rural communities, organizations and leaders must reach new audiences to strengthen the understanding of the agricultural sector. “I’m going to do all I can this year to work with Congress and secure the sort of comprehensive, long-term food, farm and jobs bill that will continue growing the rural economy,” he said. “But I need the help of those across rural America to reach out, to expand partnerships and to tell the story of the modern and innovative rural America that provides so much to our nation.”

Immigration reform

Vilsack suggested that farmers engage evangelicals and other Hispanic-serving organizations in the fight for the immigration reform bill. He also said that immigration reform has to be comprehensive, noting that while it would be “nice” to think that agriculture’s immigration issues could be solved separately, that idea is impractical. Vilsack called such reaching out “constructive engagement,” and cited as an example his own relationship with outgoing EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson. Although rural leaders and Republicans have criticized Jackson, Vilsack noted that she proved willing

to listen to farmers. (Jackson did not impose spilled milk and dust regulations that many farmers feared.) Vilsack also noted that after he had told U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Tom Donahue that his organization should pay more attention to agriculture, the chamber held a conference on agricultural innovation and now wants USDA’s help in organizing a conference on water.

Food stamps

Rather than raise issues about the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, better known as food stamps, Vilsack said farm leaders should “find a way to connect” with food stamp beneficiaries and their representatives. The secretary also repeated a statement he made in December that rural leaders should rethink their opposition to the agreement that United Egg Producers and the Humane Society of the United States reached on a national program regulating cage sizes for egglaying hens. The agreement called for HSUS to end its plans to mount initiatives in states to impose the cage size regulations, which the United Egg Producers wanted to avoid, he said. Other agriculture groups opposed the agreement, however, and it has gone nowhere in Congress. Vilsack told the Farm Bureau he realized most of them were not fans of the Humane Society, but that HSUS and the egg producers had reached “common ground” and that the proposal was “reasonable.” He added, “Isn’t that what we are asking Congress to do?” Asked at the news conference how agriculture could work with a group whose goal is to end animal agriculture, Vilsack said farmers should use the situation as a way to educate animal rights activists about agriculture.


Cattle summary Cattle receipts: 477,200; Last Week 400,100; Last Year 455,800. Heavy rains and wintry conditions curbed receipts and demand in the deep Southeastern calf markets, but this area should reap the rewards of their ample moisture somewhere down the road. IOWA 26,100. 67 pct over 600 lbs. 45 pct heifers. Steers: Medium and Large 1 300-350 lbs (319) 208.55; 350-400 lbs (373) 204.19; 400450 lbs (424) 192.58; 450-500 lbs (475) 180.51; 500-550 lbs (524) 172.41; 550-600 lbs (574) 162.91; 600-650 lbs (626) 160.25; Calves 600-650 lbs (629) 157.35; 650-700 lbs (676) 155.91; Calves 650-700 lbs (674) 151.19; 700-750 lbs (718) 149.45; Calves 700-750 lbs (729) 146.12; 750-800 lbs (771) 147.08; Calves 750-800 lbs (775) 142.97; 800-850 lbs (823) 142.21; 850-900 lbs (871) 140.77; 900-950 lbs (921) 139.91; 950-1000 lbs (960) 137.85. Medium and Large 1-2 400-450 lbs (437) 185.60; 450-500 lbs (486) 171.32; 500-550 lbs (530) 162.65; 550-600 lbs (584) 148.43; 600-650 lbs (624) 150.78; Calves 600-650 lbs (632) 145.38; 650-700 lbs (668) 143.89; Calves 650-700 lbs (680) 143.53; Calves 700-750 lbs (734) 141.11; Calves 750-800 lbs (768) 139.71. Heifers: Medium and Large 1 300-350 lbs (316) 170.67; 350400 lbs (377) 162.22; 400-450 lbs (428) 158.36; 450-500 lbs (476) 155.07; 500-550 lbs (524) 151.88; 550-600 lbs (575) 148.18; 600-650 lbs (621) 145.69; Calves 600-650 lbs (628) 140.04; 650-700 lbs (677) 143.15; Calves 650-700 lbs (677) 138.77; 700-750 lbs (719) 140.79; Calves 700-750 lbs (714) 137.39; 750-800 lbs (777) 137.26; Calves 750-800 lbs (758) 134.07. Medium and Large 1-2 300-350 lbs (305) 165.35; 350-400 lbs (379) 164.29; 400-450 lbs (433) 153.52; 450-500 lbs (491) 138.70; 500-550 lbs (523) 141.13; 550-600 lbs (585) 138.88; 600-650 lbs (613) 137.96; Calves 600-650 lbs (629) 131.12. NEBRASKA 38,000. 67 pct over 600 lbs. 39 pct heifers. Steers: Medium and Large 1 300-350 lbs (341) 203.63; 350-400 lbs (379) 210.05; 400-450 lbs (428) 202.75; 450-500 lbs (471) 188.77; 500-550 lbs (525) 182.40; 550-600 lbs (577) 170.43; 600-650 lbs (620) 166.33; 650-700 lbs (671) 157.15, value added (661) 170.18; 700-750 lbs (722) 152.79, value added (725) 170.25; 750-800 lbs (769) 147.02; 800-850 lbs (817) 144.31; 850-900 lbs (865) 140.75; 900-950 lbs (921) 136.76; 950-1000 lbs (963) 133.93; 1045 lbs 135.00; half load 1090 lbs 128.50. Medium and Large 1-2 350-400 lbs (370) 199.01; 400-450 lbs (431) 183.71; 450- 500 lbs (477) 175.81; 500-550 lbs (529) 167.78; 550-600 lbs (573) 162.05; 600- 650 lbs (629) 153.70; 650-700 lbs (673) 152.64; 700-750 lbs (712) 143.37; 795 lbs 137.00. Heifers: Medium and Large 1 pkg 340 lbs 179.51; 350-400 lbs (386) 172.70; 400-450 lbs (423) 169.96; 450-500 lbs (473) 163.59; 500-550 lbs (524) 155.72; 550-600 lbs (571) 149.46; 600-650 lbs (627) 143.77; 650-700 lbs (673) 140.82; 700-750 lbs (724) 139.09; 750-800 lbs (772) 137.38; 800-850 lbs (820) 135.52; 850-900 lbs (874) 130.85. Medium and Large 1-2 350-400 lbs (382) 164.11; 400-450 lbs (425) 157.84; 450500 lbs (486) 155.44; 500-550 lbs (537) 146.77; 550-600 lbs (589) 144.91; 600-650 lbs (632) 137.21; 650-700 lbs (675) 135.73. WYOMING 9900. 43 pct over 600 lbs. 45 pct heifers. Steers: Medium and Large 1 350-400 lbs (371) 217.33; 400-450 lbs (432) 197.93; 450500 lbs (468) 187.18; 500-550 lbs (522) 180.78; 550-600 lbs (563) 170.76; 600-650 lbs (617) 160.88; 650-700 lbs (670) 155.23; 700-750 lbs (716) 152.16; 750-800 lbs (762) 146.85; 810 lbs 145.75; 900-950 lbs (938) 133.34. Medium and Large 1-2 pkg 430 lbs 195.50; part load 510 lbs 173.00; 600-650 lbs (625) 156.55. Heifers: Medium and Large 1 350-400 lbs (359) 182.74; 400-450 lbs (411) 176.16; 450-500 lbs (475) 165.43; 500-550 lbs (530) 156.83; 550-600 lbs (573) 150.16; 600-650 lbs (630) 143.01; 650-700 lbs (672) 144.02; 700-750 lbs (734) 138.96; 750-800 lbs (766) 137.69; 800-850 lbs (820) 136.15; 850-900 lbs (875) 134.74. Medium and Large 1-2 400-450 lbs (431) 162.51; 450-500 lbs (470) 160.78; pkg 575 lbs 144.25; 600-650 lbs (622) 134.20; pkg 795 lbs 117.00. DAKOTAS 47,200. 67 pct over 600 lbs. 43 pct heifers. South Dakota34,300. Steers: Medium and Large 1 300-350 lbs (330) 203.01; 350400 lbs (386) 196.23; 400-450 lbs (473) 184.66; 450-500 lbs (473) 184.66; 500-550 lbs (530) 177.43; 550-600 lbs (578) 163.92; 600-650 lbs (625) 162.93; 650-700 lbs (673) 154.06, value added (651) 164.25; 700-750 lbs (728) 147.66; 750-800 lbs (774) 143.34; 800-850 lbs (817) 142.22; 850-900 lbs (869) 138.71; 900-950 lbs (920) 137.21; 950-1000 lbs (972) 135.18. Medium and Large 1-2 400-450 lbs (433) 169.39; 450- 500 lbs (478) 166.34; 500-550 lbs (528) 160.87; 550-600 lbs (576) 157.07; 600- 650 lbs (631) 150.05; 650-700 lbs (685) 144.57; 700-750 lbs (718) 142.24; 750- 800 lbs (789) 136.91; 900-950 lbs (942) 129.51. Holsteins: Large 3 990 lbs 103.00. Heifers: Medium and Large 1 300-350 lbs (320) 185.87; 350-400 lbs (384) 170.98; 400-450 lbs (429) 166.41; 450-500 lbs (479) 164.33; 500-550 lbs (527) 157.79; 550-600 lbs (573) 151.04; 600-650 lbs (624) 145.59; 650-700 lbs (673) 140.01; 700-750 lbs (724) 134.68; 750-800 lbs (770) 134.67; 800-850 lbs (823) 131.76; 850-900 lbs (869) 131.56; 900-950 lbs (927) 129.14; 950-1000 lbs (981) 129.95. North Dakota- 12,900. Steers: Medium and Large 1 350-400 lbs (381) 201.13; 400-450 lbs (420) 191.61; 450-

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MARKETS 500 lbs (466) 177.20; 500-550 lbs (525) 173.06; 550-600 lbs (570) 165.38, value added (560) 174.01; 600-650 lbs (631) 152.79; 650-700 lbs (670) 149.27; 700-750 lbs (729) 144.49; 750-800 lbs (770) 140.38; 800-850 lbs (825) 138.61; 850-900 lbs (867) 137.44; 900-950 lbs (935) 132.03. Medium and Large 1-2 400-450 lbs (432) 183.42; 450-500 lbs (481) 164.40; 500-550 lbs (533) 156.13; 550-600 lbs (584) 152.79; 600-650 lbs (622) 146.06; 650-700 lbs (679) 140.06. Heifers: Medium and Large 1 350-400 lbs (362) 172.04; 400-450 lbs (411) 170.57; 450500 lbs (473) 155.84; 500-550 lbs (529) 152.40; 550-600 lbs (571) 147.13; 600-650 lbs (627) 140.16; 650-700 lbs (669) 137.36; 700-750 lbs (716) 132.63; 750-800 lbs (771) 130.96; 800-850 lbs (818) 130.53; 850-900 lbs (863) 126.16. Medium and Large 1-2 400-450 lbs (423) 162.97; 450-500 lbs (490) 148.80; 500-550 lbs (535) 142.18; 600-650 lbs (629) 133.77; 650-700 lbs (663) 133.21. MONTANA 7200. 32 pct over 600 lbs. 53 pct heifers. Steers Medium and Large 1 350-400 lbs (367) 198.89; 400-450 lbs (438) 185.13; 450500 lbs (458) 186.49; 500-550 lbs (532) 172.27; 550-600 lbs (567) 166.64; Calves 600-650 lbs (621) 162.25; Calves 650-700 lbs (669) 149.91; Calves 700-750 lbs (723) 145.57; Calves 750-800 lbs (779) 143.24; Part Load 828 lbs 143.00. Medium and Large 1-2 550- 600 lbs (576) 153.52; Load 630 lbs 144.25; 650-700 lbs (675) 141.45. Heifers: Medium and Large 1 350-400 lbs (367) 175.34; 400-450 lbs (419) 171.98; 450-500 lbs (476) 161.31; 500-550 lbs (523) 153.04; 550-600 lbs (569) 148.96; Calves 600-650 lbs (613) 140.65; Calves 650-700 lbs (676) 136.76; Calves 700-750 lbs (730) 133.40.

Hog summary Receipts: 93,214; 84,888 last week; 129,624 last year. Early weaned pigs 2.00 to 3.00 per head lower. Demand moderate for moderate offerings on early weaned pigs. All feeder pigs steady to 1.00 per head higher. Demand good for light offerings on feeder pigs. Receipts include 40% 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 2557 36.18-60.28 42.62 625 50.00-55.00 52.40 600 - 1200 4819 41.00-59.28 47.53 4714 50.00-60.50 53.91 1200 or more 30546 32.25-59.28 43.77 47050 45.00-62.00 54.86 Total Composite 37922 32.25-60.28 44.17 52389 45.00-62.00 54.74 FEEDER Pigs 40 Pounds Basis: 600 or less 1203 65.00-73.50 68.72 600 - 1200 1700 74.00-78.00 76.59 Total Composite 2903 65.00-78.00 73.33

Sheep summary Receipts: 38,000; 39,000 last week and 34,000 last year. Slaughter lambs were steady to 1.00 higher, instances 10.00-20.00 higher at New Holland, PA. Slaughter ewes were steady and at New Holland 5.00-10.00 lower. Feeder lambs were steady. At San Angelo, TX 3585 head sold in a one day sale. Equity Electronic Auction sold 350 slaughter lambs in Nebraska. In direct trading slaughter ewes were not tested; no comparison on feeder lambs. 2,000 head of negotiated sales of slaughter lambs were 2.00 lower and 13,700 head of formula sales of dressed lambs under 65 lbs were not well tested; 65-75 lbs were 4.00 higher; 75-85 lbs were steady to 1.00 higher and over 85 lbs were steady. 5,733 lamb carcasses sold with 55 lbs and down 11.57-16.56 higher; 55-65 lbs 1.08 lower; and 65 lbs and up .38 lower to .41 higher. All sheep sold per hundredweight (CWT) unless otherwise specified. Slaughter Lambs: Choice and Prime 2-3 90-160 lbs: South Dakota: shorn and wooled 125 lbs 115.00; 130-150 lbs 112.00113.75; 150-165 lbs 106.00-111.00. Equity Elec: shorn and wooled 120 lbs 113.25. Slaughter Lambs: Choice and Prime 1: Direct Trading: (lambs fob with 3-4 percent shrink or equivalent) 2000: Slaughter Lambs shorn and wooled 125-175 lbs 93.50 121.00 (wtd avg 110.60); no dressed sales reported. Slaughter Ewes: Ft. Collins: Good 3-5 (very fleshy) no test; Good 2-3 no test; Utility 1-2 (thin) no test. Billings, MT: Good 2-3 (fleshy) no test; Utility 1-2 (thin) no test; Cull and Utility 1-2 (very thin) no test; Cull 1 (extremely thin) no test. So Dakota: Good 3-4 (very fleshy) 45.00; Good 2-3 (fleshy) 43.00-63.00; Utility 1-2 (thin) 38.00-42.00; Cull 1 20.00 -22.50. Kalona: Good 2-3 no test; Utility and Good 1-3 no test; Utility 1-2 no test. Feeder Lambs: Medium and Large 1-2: So Dakota: 50-65 lbs 142.50-150.00; 70-75 lbs 130.00-155.00; 80-90 lbs 136.00-142.00; 90-100 lbs 127.00-130.00; 100-105 lbs 120.00-126.00. Replacement Ewes: Medium and Large 1-2: So Dakota: bred ewes 77.50 per head; ewes and lambs 110.00 per family.

Live cattle options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Feb Mar Apr Feb Mar Apr 100 s s s s s s 102 22.95 s s 0.02 s s 104 20.95 s 25.82 0.02 s 0.02 106 18.95 s 23.82 0.02 s 0.02 108 16.95 s 21.82 0.02 s 0.02 110 14.95 s 19.85 0.02 s 0.05 112 12.95 17.82 17.87 0.02 s 0.07 114 10.95 15.82 15.90 0.02 s 0.10 116 8.97 13.82 14.00 0.02 s 0.20 118 7.02 11.87 12.05 0.07 0.05 0.25 120 5.10 9.95 10.22 0.15 0.12 0.42 122 3.30 8.15 8.40 0.35 0.32 0.60 124 1.85 6.32 6.72 0.90 0.50 0.90 126 0.82 4.62 5.22 1.87 0.80 1.40

Feeder cattle options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Jan Mar Apr Jan Mar Apr 126 s 20.40 s s 0.07 s 128 15.90 s s 0.02 s s 130 13.90 16.45 19.07 0.02 0.12 0.25 132 11.90 14.50 17.12 0.02 0.17 0.30 134 9.90 12.55 15.20 0.02 0.22 0.37 136 7.92 10.65 13.32 0.02 0.32 0.50 138 5.95 8.82 11.47 0.05 0.50 0.65 139 4.97 s s 0.07 s s 140 4.00 7.10 9.70 0.10 0.75 0.87 141 3.07 6.27 s 0.17 0.92 s 142 2.17 5.45 8.05 0.27 1.10 1.22 143 1.47 4.70 s 0.57 1.35 s 144 0.90 3.97 6.55 1.00 1.62 1.70 145 0.47 3.40 s 1.57 2.05 s 146 0.22 2.90 5.17 2.32 2.55 2.32 146 0.12 s s 2.72 s s 147 0.07 s s 3.67 s s 147 0.07 2.47 s 3.17 3.12 s 148 0.05 2.07 3.95 4.15 3.72 3.10 148 0.05 s s 4.65 s s 149 0.02 s s 5.60 s s 149 0.02 1.70 s 5.12 4.35 s 150 0.12 s s 6.60 s s 150 0.02 1.40 2.97 6.10 5.05 4.12 151 0.07 1.10 s 7.10 5.75 s 151 0.05 s s 7.60 s s 152 0.05 0.85 2.15 8.10 6.50 5.30 152 0.02 s s 8.60 s s 153 0.02 s s 9.60 s s 153 0.02 0.65 s 9.10 7.30 s 154 0.02 s s 10.60 s s

Lean hog options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Feb Apr May Feb Apr May 54 31.35 s s 0.02 s s 56 29.35 32.07 s 0.02 0.02 s 58 27.35 30.07 s 0.02 0.02 s 60 25.35 28.07 s 0.02 0.02 s 62 23.35 26.07 32.70 0.02 0.02 0.02 64 21.35 24.07 30.70 0.02 0.02 0.02 66 19.35 22.07 28.70 0.02 0.02 0.02 68 17.35 20.07 26.70 0.02 0.02 0.02 70 15.35 18.07 24.70 0.05 0.02 0.02 71 14.35 s s 0.02 s s 72 13.35 16.07 22.70 0.02 0.02 0.02 73 12.35 s s 0.02 s s 74 11.35 14.10 20.72 0.02 0.05 0.05 75 10.35 s s 0.02 s s 76 9.35 12.12 18.75 0.02 0.07 0.07 77 8.35 11.15 s 0.02 0.10 s 78 7.35 10.20 16.77 0.02 0.15 0.10 79 6.37 9.27 s 0.02 0.22 s 80 5.40 8.35 14.80 0.05 0.30 0.12 81 4.42 7.45 s 0.07 0.40 s 82 3.50 6.60 12.87 0.15 0.55 0.20 83 2.65 5.80 s 0.30 0.72 s

84 85 86 87 88 89 90

1.87 1.27 0.80 0.47 0.27 0.15 0.07

5.05 4.35 3.70 3.12 2.60 2.12 1.72

11.00 s 9.20 s 7.50 s 5.95

0.52 0.92 1.45 2.12 2.92 3.80 4.72

0.97 1.27 1.62 2.05 2.52 3.05 3.65

0.32 s 0.52 s 0.82 s 1.27

CME BFP milk options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Jan Feb Mar Jan Feb Mar 950 8.61 7.78 s s s s 975 8.36 7.53 7.37 s s s 1000 8.11 7.28 7.12 s s s 1025 7.86 7.03 6.87 s s s 1050 7.61 6.78 6.62 s s s 1075 7.36 6.53 6.37 s s s 1100 7.11 6.28 6.12 s s s 1125 6.86 6.03 5.87 s s s 1150 6.61 5.78 5.62 s s s 1175 6.36 5.53 5.37 s s s 1200 6.11 5.28 5.12 s s s 1225 5.86 5.03 4.87 s s s 1250 5.61 4.78 4.62 s s s

Futures

Feeder cattle futures

Fri. Stlmnt Jan 13 ................143.90 Mar 13 ...............146.35 Apr 13 ................148.85 May 13...............151.12 Aug 13 ...............157.05 Sep 13 ...............158.30 Oct 13 ................159.20 Nov 13 ...............159.70

Week High 149.90 151.87 153.65 155.67 160.70 161.65 162.10 162.45

Week Low 143.10 144.42 146.97 149.45 155.35 157.25 158.40 159.10

Cont High 164.30 164.00 164.50 164.00 164.05 164.25 164.75 165.00

Cont Low 142.37 144.42 146.50 147.10 153.80 154.55 155.50 157.25

Fri. Stlmnt Feb 13................124.95 Apr 13 ................129.82 Jun 13................126.25 Aug 13 ...............126.52 Oct 13 ................130.82 Dec 13 ...............132.67

Week High 130.97 135.17 130.32 130.32 133.85 135.85

Week Low 124.80 129.35 125.30 125.00 129.90 132.00

Cont High 135.90 138.00 133.52 133.50 136.95 137.50

Cont Low 123.70 125.12 122.50 123.90 125.50 131.00

Fri. Stlmnt Feb 13..................85.35 Apr 13 ..................88.07 May 13.................94.70 Jun 13..................96.85 Jul 13 ...................96.65 Aug 13 .................96.05 Oct 13 ..................86.02 Dec 13 .................82.92

Week High 86.90 88.70 95.35 97.40 97.10 96.60 86.50 83.20

Week Cont Low High 84.27 88.25 86.90 92.82 94.32 99.20 96.05 101.70 96.15 101.30 95.55 100.05 85.42 88.95 82.45 85.07

Cont Low 76.87 79.47 84.40 85.60 84.60 84.00 76.00 74.00

Live cattle futures

Lean hog futures

CME BFP milk futures

Fri. Stlmnt Jan 13 ..................18.11 Feb 13..................17.28 Mar 13 .................17.12 Apr 13 ..................17.60 May 13.................18.13 Jun 13..................18.47 Jul 13 ...................18.61 Aug 13 .................18.70 Sep 13 .................18.58 Oct 13 ..................18.39 Nov 13 .................18.26 Dec 13 .................18.13

Week High 18.13 17.61 17.56 17.89 18.37 18.55 18.66 18.70 18.60 18.39 18.26 18.19

Week Low 18.10 17.28 17.08 17.58 18.12 18.44 18.61 18.67 18.55 18.39 18.24 18.11

Cont High 20.12 19.75 19.48 19.35 19.17 19.10 19.10 19.00 18.95 18.53 18.40 19.26

Cont Low 15.40 15.40 15.55 15.51 15.65 15.53 15.90 15.81 15.90 15.75 15.50 15.25


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U.S. cow slaughter (Week ending Jan. 4)

2013

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

101,669

MARKETS

2012 122,635

Dairy cows

51,124

Cattle slaughter

58,245

(Week ending Jan. 18)

Number of head Week’s total .............................................................615,000 Prev. week................................................................624,000 Year ago ...................................................................628,000

Millions of pounds Total Weight .................................................................492.9 Prev. week....................................................................499.1 Year ago .......................................................................488.5

Average weight Week’s avg...................................................................1,329 Prev. week....................................................................1,327 Year ago .......................................................................1,307

Percent cows* Week’s............................................................................19.5 Prev. week......................................................................19.6 Year ago .........................................................................21.5 * Week ending Jan. 4

Hog slaughter

Rock Valley, Iowa

Chicago wheat futures

Fri. Stlmnt Mar 13 ...............791.00 May 13...............799.00 Jul 13 .................804.00 Sep 13 ...............813.00 Dec 13 ...............826.00 Mar 14 ...............838.00 May 14...............840.00 Jul 14 .................819.00 Sep 14 ...............826.00 Dec 14 ...............836.00

Week High 793.00 802.00 806.00 814.00 828.00 839.00 840.00 822.00 826.00 836.00

Number of head Week’s total ..........................................................2,227,000 Prev. week.............................................................2,284,000 Year ago ................................................................2,168,000

Millions of pounds Total Weight .................................................................460.9 Prev. week....................................................................471.5 Year ago .......................................................................462.6

Average weight Week’s avg......................................................................276 Prev. week.......................................................................276 Year ago ..........................................................................250

Percent sows* Week’s..............................................................................2.4 Prev. week........................................................................2.0 Year ago ...........................................................................2.5

Cont High 982.00 972.00 947.00 905.00 913.00 912.00 898.00 857.00 855.00 865.00

Cont Low 652.00 665.00 635.00 679.00 684.00 687.00 687.00 687.00 730.00 730.00

Kansas City wheat futures

Fri. Week Week Cont Cont Stlmnt High Low High Low Mar 13 ...............843.00 847.00 823.00 986.00 665.00 May 13...............853.00 847.00 833.00 980.00 675.00 Jul 13 .................861.00 854.00 850.00 943.00 681.00 Sep 13 ...............871.00 945.00 687.00 Dec 13 ...............883.00 949.00 695.00 Mar 14 ...............890.00 949.00 717.00 May 14...............885.00 940.00 722.00 Jul 14 .................839.00 864.00 707.00

Minneapolis wheat futures

Fri. Stlmnt Mar 13 ...............871.00 May 13...............884.00 Jul 13 .................892.00 Sep 13 ...............892.00 Dec 13 ...............894.00 Mar 14 ...............902.00 May 14...............895.00 Jul 14 .................895.00 Sep 14 ...............895.00 Dec 14 ...............895.00

Week High 882.00 892.00 900.00 899.00 903.00 905.00

Week Cont Low High 845.001034.00 855.001019.00 866.001005.00 867.00 970.00 870.00 965.00 873.00 965.00 965.00 965.00 957.00 895.00

Cont Low 743.00 753.00 760.00 748.00 763.00 763.00 763.00 867.00 867.00 867.00

Fri. Stlmnt Mar 13 ...............727.00 May 13...............729.00 Jul 13 .................721.00 Sep 13 ...............613.00 Dec 13 ...............590.00 Mar 14 ...............600.00 May 14...............607.00 Jul 14 .................609.00 Sep 14 ...............585.00 Dec 14 ...............574.00

Week High 735.00 735.00 725.00 618.00 593.00 602.00 609.00 611.00 587.00 575.00

Week Low 716.00 713.00 704.00 600.00 575.00 585.00 593.00 596.00 572.00 560.00

Cont High 845.00 838.00 824.00 699.00 665.00 670.00 676.00 676.00 625.00 616.00

Cont Low 501.00 507.00 411.00 504.00 398.00 521.00 528.00 424.00 505.00 499.00

Fri. Stlmnt Mar 13 ...............355.00 May 13...............361.00 Jul 13 .................366.00 Sep 13 ...............365.00 Dec 13 ...............363.00 Mar 14 ...............384.00 May 14...............384.00 Jul 14 .................415.00 Sep 14 ...............396.00 Dec 14 ...............396.00

Week High 360.00 365.00 368.00 369.00 363.00 384.00 384.00 415.00 396.00 396.00

Week Low 348.00 355.00 359.00 363.00 356.00 378.00 378.00 408.00 389.00 389.00

Cont High 456.00 442.00 462.00 469.00 421.00 448.00 448.00 499.00 494.00 406.00

Cont Low 275.00 286.00 35.00 35.00 304.00 331.00 331.00 379.00 371.00 371.00

Chicago oats futures

Chicago soybean futures

* Week ending Jan. 4

Lamb slaughter

Fri. Week Week Cont Cont Stlmnt High Low High Low Mar 13 .............1429.001448.001379.001728.001065.00 May 13.............1416.001431.001369.001639.001065.00 Jul 13 ...............1410.001421.001361.001605.00 933.00 Aug 13 .............1385.001392.001343.001570.001065.00 Sep 13 .............1336.001340.001304.001487.001065.00 Nov 13 .............1292.001304.001268.002225.23 922.00 Jan 14 ..............1298.001305.001281.001409.001124.00 Mar 14 .............1303.001315.001290.001399.001127.00 May 14.............1305.001312.001294.001395.001129.00 Jul 14 ...............1310.001312.001289.001397.001054.00 Aug 14 .............1304.001307.001283.001391.001136.00 Sep 14 .............1284.001287.001263.001382.001130.00 Nov 14 .............1274.001285.001260.001333.001054.00

Chicago oil futures

Fri. Stlmnt Mar 13 .................51.68 May 13.................52.07 Jul 13 ...................52.33 Aug 13 .................52.23 Sep 13 .................51.93 Oct 13 ..................51.27 Dec 13 .................51.16 Jan 14 ..................51.35 Mar 14 .................51.64 May 14.................51.76 Jul 14 ...................51.93 Aug 14 .................51.88 Sep 14 .................51.73 Oct 14 ..................51.81 Dec 14 .................51.68

Week High 51.75 52.12 52.45 52.23 51.93 51.27 51.21 51.35 51.64 51.76 51.93 51.88 51.73 51.81 51.68

Week Low 49.38 49.77 49.97 50.35 50.23 49.40 49.09 50.06 49.63 49.76 49.92 49.91 49.91 50.11 49.86

Cont High 59.89 59.89 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

Cont Low 47.35 47.85 38.28 48.60 48.72 38.28 38.28 48.90 49.35 49.75 49.17 49.78 49.78 49.17 49.17

Dec 16 .................51.68

51.68

49.86

52.48

49.86

Fri. Stlmnt Mar 13 ...............414.40 May 13...............408.50 Jul 13 .................404.40 Aug 13 ...............395.30 Sep 13 ...............379.60 Oct 13 ................360.70 Dec 13 ...............359.50 Jan 14 ................360.80 Mar 14 ...............363.30 May 14...............364.00 Jul 14 .................365.70 Aug 14 ...............365.60 Sep 14 ...............365.60 Oct 14 ................365.60 Dec 14 ...............348.80 Jan 15 ................348.80 Mar 15 ...............348.80 May 15...............348.80 Jul 15 .................373.10 Aug 15 ...............373.10 Sep 15 ...............373.10 Oct 15 ................373.10 Dec 15 ...............373.10 Jul 16 .................373.10 Oct 16 ................373.10 Dec 16 ...............373.10

Week High 423.80 417.30 413.20 402.10 385.60 370.60 369.30 368.90 370.20 372.50 373.70 372.80 372.80 372.80 356.00 356.00 356.00 356.00 380.30 380.30 380.30 380.30 380.30 380.30 380.30 380.30

Week Low 406.30 400.90 394.90 387.00 374.60 358.80 357.50 360.70 363.30 364.00 365.70 365.60 365.60 365.60 348.80 348.80 348.80 348.80 373.10 373.10 373.10 373.10 373.10 373.10 373.10 373.10

Cont High 518.00 480.00 465.70 450.60 427.00 403.30 400.20 397.00 396.00 396.90 393.00 396.90 396.90 396.90 376.60 364.50 364.50 364.50 400.90 388.80 388.80 400.90 400.90 388.80 388.80 388.80

Cont Low 293.30 293.30 234.00 293.30 293.30 234.00 234.00 303.00 303.00 303.00 293.30 303.00 303.00 293.30 288.80 348.80 348.80 348.80 303.00 373.10 373.10 303.00 303.00 373.10 373.10 373.10

Chicago meal futures

Number of head Week’s total ...............................................................38,000 Prev. week..................................................................39,000 Year ago…………………………………………………37,000

Millions of pounds Total Weight .....................................................................2.6 Prev. week........................................................................2.7 Year ago ...........................................................................2.7

Average weight Week’s avg......................................................................138 Prev. week.......................................................................137 Year ago……………………………………………… .........144

Poultry slaughter

Spring wheat

Chickens Turkeys 1,736 21.7 1,317 1,687 3,053 3,242

Year ago

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

9.59 9.49 9.79 9.58 15.90

nq 9.17 9.10 9.30 15.43

9.18 9.53 9.63 9.29 15.42

Pacific NW 11% Pacific NW (cwt.)

9.17 15.22

8.87 14.72

6.92 11.48

Minneapolis

nq

nq

nq

Pacific NW Minneapolis #2

nq 3.80

nq 3.71

5.10 nq

5.00 nq

Winter wheat

Oats

(in thousands)

Week ago

Fri.

Durum

Barley

Feed Minneapolis Pacific NW Malt Minneapolis

Jan. 17

Week ago

Supreme Premium Good Fair Utility

250.00-295.00 na na na na

na 265.00 na na na

Supreme Premium Good Fair Utility

260.00-320.00 na na na na

280.00-295.00 na na na na

Supreme Premium Good Fair Utility

270.00-315.00 na 165.00-185.00 na na

275.00-295.00 na na na na

Premium Good Fair

na na na

na na na

Premium Good Fair Utility

305.00 na na na

290.00 na na na

Supreme Premium Good Fair

na na na 190.00

na 220.00-275.00 150.00-195.00 na

Premium

200.00-275.00 na

Premium Good

220.00 na

Supreme Premium Good Fair

na na 205.00-240.00 215.00-240.00 160.00-200.00 170.00-205.00 130.00-155.00 135.00-165.00

Per ton

na

na

Per ton

75.00-120.00

50.00-110.00

Per ton

85.00-87.50

Per ton

80.00

77.50-87.50

Per ton

75.00-85.00

77.50-87.50

Alfalfa — small squares

Alfalfa — large squares

Alfalfa — large rounds

Alfalfa/Grass — small squares

Alfalfa/Grass — large squares

Alfalfa/Grass — large rounds

Grass — small squares

Grass — large squares

na 150.00-195.00

Grass — large rounds

Bedding — small squares Bedding — large squares

Bedding — large rounds

na

Cornstalks — large squares

Cash

(Week ending Jan. 18)

Week ending 1/11 ................162,181 Average weight ....................5.745 Previous week......................133,071 This week last year ..............157,298 2013 to date .........................295,252 2012 to date .........................295,253

Week Low 763.00 768.00 772.00 782.00 796.00 809.00 808.00 793.00 793.00 811.00

Chicago corn futures

(Week ending Jan. 18)

Hay

Futures

Cornstalks — large rounds

Corn Minneapolis Cash

7.06

Illinois

7.24

Soybeans Minneapolis Cash

nq

Illinois

14.31

NuSun

6.88

6.06

6.98

7.08

nq

nq

14.16

Week Year Fri. ago ago

11.91

New crop

Cargill West Fargo

22.50 nq

27.75

nq

Enderlin

22.45 21.85 27.57

nq

nq 3.04

West Fargo

nq

Velva, N.D.

28.00 27.44 23.47

nq

5.15 nq

West Fargo

nq

nq

Flax

Canola

nq

13.05

nq

ADM

Confections

nq

24.13

Red River 7.05

7.10

7.15

Commodities

32.00

32.00 call

32.00

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

Lst wk prv wk this yr last yr Wheat 10.6 13.4 539.4 621.0 Soybeans 39.1 40.0 855.9 640.2 Corn 9.2 7.3 272.4 612.3 Barley 0.0 0.0 5.6 5.6 Sunseed 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Oats 0.0 0.0 0.5 0.4 Flax 0.0 0.0 0.4 0.0 Rye 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Sorghum 0.4 0.2 32.9 31.1 TOTAL 59.3 60.9 1,707.1 1,910.6 For week ending Jan. 10. Crop year begins June 1 for wheat, rye, oats, barley and flax; Sept. 1 for corn, sorghum, soybeans and sunflowers.

Source: Agweek, USDA


Chicago wheat options

Strike Calls Puts price__________________________________________ _____ Feb Mar May Feb Mar May 100 s 691.00 699.00 s 0.00 0.00 440 s s s s s 0.00 450 s s s s s 0.00 460 s s s s s 0.00 470 s s s s s 0.00 480 s s s s s 0.00 490 s s s s s 0.00 500 s s s s 0.00 0.00 510 s s s s 0.00 s 520 s s s s 0.00 s 530 s s s s 0.00 0.00 540 s s s s 0.00 s 550 s s s s 0.00 s 560 s s s s 0.00 s 575 s s s s 0.00 s 580 s s s 0.00 0.00 0.00 585 s s s 0.00 s s 590 s s s 0.00 0.00 0.00 600 s s s 0.00 0.00 0.00 605 s s s 0.00 s s 610 s s s s 0.00 0.00 620 s s s 0.00 0.00 0.00 625 s s s 0.00 0.00 s 630 s s s 0.00 0.00 1.00 635 s s s 0.00 s s 640 s s s 0.00 0.00 s 645 s s s 0.00 0.00 s 650 s 141.00 s 0.00 0.00 2.00 655 s s s 0.00 0.00 s 660 s 131.00 s 0.00 0.00 2.00 670 s 121.00 s 0.00 0.00 3.00 680 s 112.00 s 0.00 0.00 4.00 690 s s s 0.00 1.00 5.00 700 91.00 92.00 106.00 0.00 1.00 6.00 710 s 83.00 98.00 0.00 2.00 8.00 720 71.00 74.00 90.00 0.00 3.00 10.00 730 61.00 65.00 82.00 0.00 4.00 13.00 740 51.00 57.00 75.00 0.00 5.00 16.00 750 41.00 49.00 68.00 0.00 7.00 19.00 760 32.00 41.00 62.00 1.00 10.00 22.00 770 24.00 35.00 56.00 2.00 14.00 26.00 780 17.00 29.00 50.00 5.00 18.00 31.00 790 11.00 24.00 45.00 10.00 23.00 35.00 800 6.00 19.00 40.00 15.00 28.00 41.00 810 4.00 16.00 36.00 22.00 34.00 46.00 820 2.00 13.00 32.00 31.00 41.00 52.00 830 1.00 10.00 28.00 40.00 49.00 59.00 840 0.00 8.00 25.00 49.00 57.00 65.00 850 0.00 6.00 22.00 59.00 65.00 72.00 860 0.00 5.00 20.00 68.00 73.00 80.00 870 0.00 4.00 17.00 78.00 82.00 87.00 880 0.00 3.00 15.00 88.00 91.00 95.00 890 0.00 2.00 13.00 98.00 101.00 103.00 900 0.00 2.00 12.00 108.00 110.00 112.00 910 0.00 1.00 10.00 118.00 120.00 120.00 920 0.00 1.00 9.00 s 129.00 129.00 930 0.00 1.00 8.00 138.00 139.00 138.00 940 0.00 0.00 6.00 148.00 149.00 146.00 950 0.00 0.00 6.00 s 159.00 s 960 0.00 0.00 5.00 s 169.00 s 970 0.00 0.00 4.00 s 179.00 s 980 0.00 0.00 4.00 s 189.00 183.00 990 0.00 0.00 3.00 s 198.00 s 1000 0.00 0.00 3.00 s s s

Kansas City wheat options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Feb Mar May Feb Mar May 500 s s s s 0.00 s 550 s s s s s s 600 s s s s 0.00 s 620 s s s s 0.00 s 650 s s s s s s 680 s s s s 0.00 s 690 s s s s s s 700 s 143.00 s s 0.00 s 710 s 133.00 s s 0.00 s 720 s 124.00 s s 0.00 s 730 s 114.00 s s s s 740 s s s s 0.00 s 750 s 95.00 s s 1.00 6.00 760 s s s s 2.00 s 770 s s s s 3.00 s 780 s 68.00 s s 4.00 12.00 790 s s s 0.00 6.00 s 800 s 52.00 s 0.00 8.00 17.00 810 s 44.00 s 1.00 11.00 21.00 820 s 38.00 s 3.00 14.00 24.00 830 s 32.00 51.00 s 18.00 s 840 s 26.00 46.00 s 22.00 33.00 850 8.00 22.00 s s 28.00 38.00 860 s 18.00 36.00 21.00 34.00 43.00 870 s 14.00 32.00 29.00 41.00 49.00 880 s 11.00 s s 48.00 55.00 890 s s s s 55.00 s 900 0.00 7.00 22.00 s 63.00 69.00 910 s 6.00 19.00 s 72.00 s 920 s 4.00 17.00 s 80.00 83.00 930 0.00 3.00 15.00 86.00 89.00 91.00 940 s 2.00 13.00 s 99.00 99.00 950 0.00 2.00 11.00 s s s 960 s 1.00 s s s s 970 0.00 1.00 8.00 s s s 980 0.00 1.00 s s s s 990 s 0.00 s s s s 1000 0.00 0.00 5.00 s s s 1020 0.00 0.00 4.00 s s s

1030 1040 1050 1060 1070 1100 1140 1150 1200 1250 1260 1270

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

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

s s 2.00 s s s s s s s s s

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

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

MARKETS s s s s s s s s s s s s

Minneapolis wheat options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Feb Mar May Feb Mar May 200 s 674.00 s s s s 600 s s s s 0.00 s 650 s s s s 0.00 s 680 s s s s 0.00 s 700 s s s s 0.00 0.00 720 s s s s 0.00 s 750 s 124.00 s s 0.00 0.00 780 s 94.00 s s s s 800 s 74.00 s s 0.00 4.00 820 s 57.00 s s s s 830 s s s s 4.00 11.00 840 s s s s 7.00 s 850 s 34.00 s s 10.00 18.00 860 s 28.00 s s 14.00 s 870 s s 43.00 s 19.00 28.00 880 s s s s s 33.00 890 s s s s 31.00 39.00 900 s 12.00 30.00 s 38.00 45.00 910 s s s s 45.00 52.00 920 s s s s 53.00 59.00 930 s 5.00 21.00 s 61.00 s 940 s s 19.00 s s s 950 s 3.00 17.00 s 79.00 81.00 960 s 2.00 s s 88.00 s 970 s 2.00 13.00 s s s 980 s s 12.00 s s s 1000 s 0.00 9.00 s s s

Chicago soybean options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Feb Mar May Feb Mar May 100 s 1329.00 s s 0.00 s 300 s 1129.001116.00 s 0.00 0.00 660 s s s s 0.00 s 720 s s s s s 0.00 740 s s s s s s 780 s s s s s 0.00 800 s s s s 0.00 0.00 840 s s s s 0.00 0.00 880 s s s s s 0.00 900 s s s s 0.00 0.00 920 s s s s 0.00 0.00 940 s s s s s s 960 s s s s 0.00 0.00 980 s s s s 0.00 0.00 1000 s s 417.00 s 0.00 0.00

Chicago corn options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Feb Mar May Feb Mar May 70 s 657.00 659.00 s 0.00 0.00 90 s 637.00 s s 0.00 s 100 s 627.00 s s 0.00 s 270 s s 459.00 s s 0.00 310 s s s s 0.00 s 330 s s s s 0.00 s 350 s s s s 0.00 s 390 s s s s 0.00 s 400 s 327.00 s s 0.00 0.00 410 s s s s 0.00 0.00 420 s s s s 0.00 0.00 430 s s s s 0.00 0.00 440 s s s s 0.00 0.00 450 s 277.00 s s 0.00 0.00 460 s 267.00 s s 0.00 0.00 470 s 257.00 s s 0.00 0.00 480 s 247.00 s s 0.00 0.00 490 s s s s 0.00 0.00 500 s 227.00 s s 0.00 0.00 510 s 217.00 s s 0.00 0.00 520 s 207.00 209.00 s 0.00 0.00 530 s 197.00 199.00 s 0.00 0.00 540 s 187.00 189.00 s 0.00 0.00 550 177.00 177.00 179.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 555 s s s s 0.00 s 560 s 167.00 169.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 565 s s s s 0.00 s 570 s 157.00 159.00 s 0.00 0.00 575 s s s s 0.00 s 580 s 147.00 150.00 0.00 0.00 1.00 585 s s s s 0.00 s 590 s 137.00 140.00 0.00 0.00 1.00 595 s s s 0.00 s s 600 127.00 127.00 130.00 0.00 0.00 1.00

Chicago oats options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Feb Mar May Feb Mar May 100 s 255.00 261.00 s 0.00 0.00 230 s s s s 0.00 s 240 s s s s 0.00 s 250 s s s s s 0.00

260 270 280 285 290 295 300 310 315 320 330 340 345 350 355 360 370 380 390 400

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s s s s s s s s s s s s 13.00 s 7.00 5.00 2.00 1.00 s s

s s s s 66.00 s 56.00 s s 38.00 29.00 22.00 s 15.00 s 10.00 6.00 4.00 2.00 1.00

s s s s s s s s s s s 31.00 s 25.00 s 19.00 15.00 11.00 8.00 6.00

s s s s s 0.00 s 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.00 3.00 s 6.00 s s 25.00 s s

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 s 1.00 1.00 s 2.00 4.00 6.00 8.00 10.00 s 15.00 21.00 28.00 37.00 s

s 1.00 1.00 s 2.00 s s s s 5.00 7.00 10.00 s 13.00 s 18.00 23.00 30.00 37.00 45.00

Winnipeg canola options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Feb Mar Apr Feb Mar Apr 300 298.40 298.40 289.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 305 293.40 293.40 284.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 310 288.40 288.40 279.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 315 283.40 283.40 274.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 320 278.40 278.40 269.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 325 273.40 273.40 264.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 330 268.40 268.40 259.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 335 263.40 263.40 254.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 340 258.40 258.40 249.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 345 253.40 253.40 244.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 350 248.40 248.50 239.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 355 243.40 243.50 234.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 360 238.40 238.50 229.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 365 233.40 233.50 224.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 370 228.40 228.50 219.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 375 223.40 223.50 214.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 380 218.40 218.50 209.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 385 213.40 213.50 204.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 390 208.40 208.50 199.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 395 203.40 203.50 194.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 400 198.40 198.50 189.10 0.10 0.10 0.20

Winnipeg barley options

Strike Calls Puts price__________ _______________________________ ______ Feb Mar Apr Feb Mar Apr 100 142.90 143.00 144.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 105 137.90 138.00 139.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 110 132.90 133.00 134.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 115 127.90 128.00 129.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 120 122.90 123.00 124.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 125 117.90 118.00 119.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 130 112.90 113.00 114.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 135 107.90 108.00 109.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 140 102.90 103.00 104.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 145 97.90 98.00 99.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 150 92.90 93.00 94.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 155 87.90 88.00 89.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 160 82.90 83.00 84.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 165 77.90 78.00 79.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 170 73.00 73.00 74.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 175 68.00 68.00 69.00 0.10 0.10 0.10 180 63.00 63.00 64.10 0.10 0.10 0.20 185 58.00 58.00 59.10 0.10 0.10 0.20 190 53.00 53.10 54.10 0.10 0.20 0.20 195 48.00 48.10 49.10 0.10 0.20 0.20 200 43.00 43.10 44.10 0.10 0.20 0.20 205 38.00 38.10 39.10 0.10 0.20 0.20 210 33.00 33.10 34.20 0.10 0.20 0.30 215 28.00 28.10 29.40 0.10 0.20 0.50 220 23.00 23.30 24.90 0.10 0.40 1.00 225 18.00 18.70 20.60 0.10 0.80 1.70 230 13.00 14.40 16.70 0.10 1.50 2.80 235 8.30 10.70 13.20 0.40 2.80 4.30 240 4.40 7.50 10.10 1.50 4.60 6.20 245 1.80 5.00 7.50 3.90 7.10 8.60 250 0.50 3.20 5.50 7.60 10.30 11.60 255 0.10 1.90 3.80 12.20 14.00 14.90 260 0.10 1.00 2.60 17.20 18.10 18.70 265 0.10 0.50 1.70 22.20 22.60 22.80 270 0.10 0.30 1.10 27.20 27.40 27.20 275 0.10 0.20 0.70 32.20 32.30 31.80 280 0.10 0.20 0.40 37.20 37.30 36.50 285 0.10 0.20 0.30 42.20 42.30 41.40 290 0.10 0.20 0.20 47.20 47.30 46.30 295 0.10 0.10 0.20 52.20 52.20 51.30 300 0.10 0.10 0.20 57.20 57.20 56.30 305 0.10 0.10 0.20 62.20 62.20 61.30 310 0.10 0.10 0.10 67.20 67.20 66.20 315 0.10 0.10 0.10 72.10 72.20 71.20 320 0.10 0.10 0.10 77.10 77.20 76.20 325 0.10 0.10 0.10 82.10 82.20 81.20 330 0.10 0.10 0.10 87.10 87.20 86.20 335 0.10 0.10 0.10 92.10 92.20 91.20 340 0.10 0.10 0.10 97.10 97.20 96.20 345 0.10 0.10 0.10 102.10 102.20 101.20 350 0.10 0.10 0.10 107.10 107.20 106.20

POTATOES UNITED STATES–-Shipments (not including imports) 1195*-1657*2018–-The top shipping states, in order, were Idaho, Colorado, Wisconsin, Columbia Basin Washington/ Umatilla Basin Oregon, and Red River Valley (Minnesota/North Dakota). The Market News Service survey of over 21,000 retail stores had potatoes on ad last week in 13,125, a 6 percent decrease from the 13,934 stores the prior week. Diesel prices for the week of January 14, 2013 were 3.89, a decrease of .02 from the previous week (U.S. EIA.*revised. UPPER VALLEY, TWIN FALLS-BURLEY DISTRICT, IDAHO–-Shipments 386-566-683 (includes export of 3-1-3) –-Movement expected to remain about the same as extremely cold temperatures current week (January 13) are expected to limit hauling of supplies to packing sheds. Trading very active. Prices Burbank cartons slightly higher, others generally unchanged. Russet Burbank U.S. One baled 5 10-pound film bags non size A mostly 4.00-4.50, 50-pound cartons 40-60s mostly 5.00, 70s mostly 5.00-5.50, 80s mostly 6.00, 90-100s mostly 6.00-6.50. Russet Norkotah U.S. One baled 5 10-pound film bags non size A 4.00-4.50, 50-pound cartons 40-50s mostly 3.504.00, 60-70s 4.00, 80-100s 5.00. Shipments by variety for the week ending January 12, 2013 were generally Russets with 55 percent Burbanks and 38 percent Norkotahs. CENTRAL WISCONSIN–-Shipments 141-147-213–-Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading active on Round Red 50pound cartons size B at lower prices, others active. Prices Round Red 50-pound cartons size A higher, Round Red 50-pound cartons size B lower, others generally unchanged. Round Red U.S. One baled 5 10-pound film bags size A mostly 8.00, 50-pound cartons size A mostly 9.50, size B mostly 10.00. Russet Norkotah U.S. One baled 5 10-pound film bags non size A mostly 5.00-5.50, 50-pound cartons 40-70s mostly 6.00-6.50, 80s mostly 6.00, 90s-100s mostly 5.506.00. COLUMBIA BASIN WASHINGTON AND UMATILLA BASIN OREGON–-Shipments 86-142-179 (includes export of 25-38-47) –Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading moderate. Prices cartons slightly higher, baled generally unchanged. Russet Norkotahs U.S. One baled 5 10-pound film bags non size A 4.004.50, 50-pound cartons 40-100s mostly 5.00-5.50. MINNESOTA-NORTH DAKOTA (RED RIVER VALLEY) –-Shipments 86*-110-120–-Movement expected to increase slightly. Trading size A active, others slow. Prices generally unchanged. Round Red U.S. One size A baled 5 10-pound film bags size A mostly 6.50-7.00, 50pound sacks size A mostly 5.50-6.00, size B mostly 8.50-9.00, tote bags approximately 2000 pounds per cwt size A mostly 9.00-10.00. *revised. NEBRASKA DISTRICT–-Shipments 51-47-73–-Movement expected to increase slightly. Trading carton 70-100s fairly slow at slightly higher prices, others fairly slow. Prices generally unchanged. Russet Norkotah U.S. One baled 10 5-pound film bags size A mostly 5.50, 50-pound cartons 40s mostly 4.00-5.00, 50-60s mostly 5.00, 70-100s mostly 5.50. NORTHWESTERN WASHINGTON–-Shipments 41-43-66 (including export 5-3-6) –-Movement expected to increase. Trading moderate. Prices generally unchanged. Round Red U.S. One carton size A mostly 12.00; second label mostly 7.00-9.00. Yellow Type U.S. One carton size A mostly 14.00. MICHIGAN–-Shipments 31-34-48–-Movement expected to decrease slightly. Trading fairly slow for Russets, slow for Round Whites. Prices unchanged. Russet Norkotah and Goldrush U.S. One size A 10 pound film bags loose 1.35-1.60, Round White 10 pound open-window sacks loose 1.40-1.60. HEREFORD HIGH PLAINS TEXAS-EASTERN NEW MEXICO–-Shipments 29*-48-45–-Movement expected to increase slightly. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market. *revised. KERN DISTRICT, CALIFORNIA–-Shipments 43*-40*-44–-Movement expected to remain about the same. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market. *revised. EASTERN LONG ISLAND–-Shipments 17-22-27–-Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Trading slow. Prices unchanged. Round White U.S. One size A 50 pound sacks mostly 5.50-5.75, large mostly 6.25-6.50, baled 10 5-pound sacks size A 8.00-9.00. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA DISTRICT–-Shipments 7*-6-13–-Movement expected to remain about the same. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market. NEW BRUNSWICK CANADA (CROSSING THROUGH MAINE POINTS)–-Shipments light–-Movement expected about the same. Trading slow. Prices unchanged. Russet Norkotah U.S. No. 1 or Canada No. 1 tote bags approx. 2000 pounds per cwt. 2 inch or 4 ounce minimum mostly 9.00, 5-9 ounce mostly 11.00. According to the January 1, 2013 Potato Stocks released from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, New Brunswick?s holdings of 9.5 million cwt. are 31% greater than the previous year?s holdings of 7.2 million cwt. Total Canadian stocks of 65.0 million cwt. increased 13% from the previous season holdings of 57.5 million cwt.

POTATOES FOR PROCESSING MICHIGAN–-Shipments to Chippers 202-233-273–-Movement expected about the same. Trading slow. Most movement on pre-season contract. Too few open market sales to establish a market. WISCONSIN–-Shipments to Chippers 116-173-150–-Movement expected to remain about the same. Too few open market sales to establish a market. MINNESOTA-NORTH DAKOTA (RED RIVER VALLEY)–-Shipments to Chippers 104-128-64–-Movement expected to remain about the same. Too few open market sales to establish a market. WESTERN AND CENTRAL NEW YORK–-Shipments to Chippers 4947-54–-Movement expected about the same. Most movement on pre-season contract. Too few open market sales to quote. MAINE–-Shipments to Chippers 41-46*-44–-Movement expected about the same. Most movement on pre-season contract. Too few open market sales to quote. *revised. PENNSYLVANIA–-Shipments to Chippers 16-14-22–-Movement expected about the same. Most movement on pre-season contract. Too few open market sales to quote. OHIO–-Shipments to Chippers 2-1-2–-Movement expected about the same. Most movement on pre-season contract.


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Futures

Edible beans

Sugar-11 futures

Light crude oil futures

Fri. Stlmnt Mar 13 .................18.37 May 13.................18.52 Jul 13 ...................18.84 Oct 13 ..................19.26 Mar 14 .................19.93 May 14.................19.90 Jul 14 ...................19.89 Oct 14 ..................19.95 Mar 15 .................20.21 May 15.................20.20 Jul 15 ...................20.19 Oct 15 ..................20.24

Week High 19.17 19.36 19.61 19.95 20.58 20.47 20.38 20.40 20.60 20.58 20.51 20.57

Week Low 18.33 18.50 18.80 19.21 19.89 19.89 19.87 19.92 20.21 20.19 20.19 20.30

Cont High 25.39 24.75 24.60 24.53 24.45 24.10 23.88 23.79 23.00 21.86 21.65 20.64

Cont Low 14.70 14.55 15.02 16.12 19.66 19.63 19.59 19.70 19.88 19.90 19.92 19.94

Fri. Stlmnt Mar 13 .................21.30 May 13.................21.83 Jul 13 ...................22.17 Sep 13 .................22.33 Nov 13 .................23.00 Jan 14 ..................23.35 Mar 14 .................23.35 May 14.................23.75 Jul 14 ...................23.50 Sep 14 .................23.50 Nov 14 .................23.38

Week High 22.20 22.10 22.94 22.50 23.75 24.00

Week Low 20.56 21.80 21.71 22.25 22.50 23.50

23.75

23.50

Cont High 35.00 34.50 34.12 34.12 33.83 33.83 32.50 32.00 31.00 28.75 23.75

Cont Low 20.56 21.80 21.71 22.15 22.50 22.80 22.00 22.00 22.00 23.28 23.38

Fri. Stlmnt Feb 13................592.50 Mar 13 ...............597.50 Apr 13 ................582.20 May 13...............589.70 Jul 13 .................581.00 Sep 13 ...............537.70 Nov 13 ...............543.30 Jan 14 ................537.30 Mar 14 ...............537.70 May 14...............535.60 Jul 14 .................537.70 Nov 14 ...............539.70 Jan 15 ................539.70 Mar 15 .............2430.39

Week High

Sugar-16 futures

Winnipeg canola futures 602.00 592.10 585.20 549.00 544.90 546.10 539.80

MARKETS

Week Low

Cont Cont High Low 619.90 569.60 583.10 657.50 487.30 598.70 566.60 574.50 644.70 491.30 570.20 639.00 495.20 571.10 521.00 533.80 586.00 488.70 534.50 577.00 488.70 538.50 577.00 504.10 532.40 577.00 520.30 577.00 520.10 577.00 520.60 547.90 522.10 3000.392430.39

Fri. Week Stlmnt High Feb 13..................95.56 96.04 Mar 13 .................96.03 96.50 Apr 13 ..................96.42 299.00 May 13.................96.73 97.06 Jun 13..................96.94 97.19 Jul 13 ...................96.99 97.17 Aug 13 .................96.87 96.87 Sep 13 .................96.65 96.67 Oct 13 ..................96.36 96.36 Nov 13 .................96.04 96.04 Dec 13 .................95.72 96.60

Week Low 92.95 93.40 93.82 94.16 94.45 94.51 94.54 94.46 94.22 94.02 93.27

Cont High 297.85 297.00 299.00 109.88 109.62 109.31 109.03 272.00 108.63 108.52 108.87

Cont Low 78.54 31.00 78.71 78.90 79.03 79.17 79.31 79.45 79.60 79.75 78.88

Heating crude oil futures

Fri. Stlmnt Feb 13................305.25 Mar 13 ...............304.19 Apr 13 ................302.39 May 13...............305.61 Jun 13................303.91 Jul 13 .................303.01 Aug 13 ...............302.25 Sep 13 ...............301.66 Oct 13 ................301.24 Nov 13 ...............300.86 Dec 13 ...............300.53

Week High 307.74 306.58 304.64 306.86 320.00 303.55 302.69 302.24 301.73 301.35 301.43

Week Low 298.58 297.95 296.75 300.13 298.55 298.10 297.34 296.76 296.98 296.42 295.82

Cont High 333.46 331.32 327.93 323.12 323.52 323.71 323.92 324.24 324.56 324.99 325.29

Cont Low 255.66 227.06 85.75 258.50 89.30 85.55 259.50 92.40 260.50 261.68 89.90

Fri. Stlmnt Feb 13................2.7968 Mar 13 ...............2.8113 Apr 13 ................2.9740 May 13...............2.9647 Jun 13................2.9348 Jul 13 .................2.8993 Aug 13 ...............2.8605 Sep 13 ...............2.8148 Oct 13 ................2.6650 Nov 13 ...............2.6255 Dec 13 ...............2.5995

Week High 2.8049 3.0345 2.9792 2.9696 2.9405 2.9038 2.8657 2.8650 2.6650 2.6255 2.6012

Week Low 2.6770 2.7117 2.8933 2.8882 2.7500 2.8266 2.7946 2.7510 2.6092 2.5701 2.5450

Cont High 3.0400 3.0345 3.0616 3.0501 3.0300 4.3350 3.0162 3.0087 3.0238 2.9257 2.9237

Cont Low 1.9783 1.9858 2.0858 2.0958 2.0932 2.0881 2.0829 2.1499 2.1523 2.1505 2.1439

Regular unleaded gas futures

Pintos N.E. Colorado 35.00 Idaho 33.00 E. Wyo./W. Neb. 35.00 N.D./Minn. 32.00 Washington 33.00 N. Wyo./S.C. Mont. 32.00

The North American edible bean crop was good. Manitoba had 138,000 acres — a big crop, plus it was very good. Ontario had a good bean crop and the U.S., while hit and miss, was also above average. There are lots of edible beans in North America. End users have been sitting back, unwilling to make any new crop commitments. The few contracts that are available are being made by local merchants, without the backing of end users. Bids are in the low to mid 30-cent area. Soybeans pencil close to edible beans and are far easier to grow.

John Duvenaud

43.00

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N.D.

na

na

40.00

Michigan

36.00

36.00

na

North Dakota

30.00

30.00

45.00

Michigan

35.00

35.00

na

30.00

32.00

45.00

Year ago

34.00 33.00 35.00 32.00 33.00 32.00

45.00 45.00 45.00 45.00 45.00 45.00

Blacks

Pea Beans

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

40.00 na na

40.00 na na

42.00 40.00 na

North Dakota

Small whites Idaho/Wash.

Wash./Idaho

39.00

40.00

na

na

na

na

N.D./Mont.

na

na

na

50.00 na 50.00

50.00 53.00 na

Green (whole vine) 18.00

18.00

na

Green (upright)

18.00

na

na

Yellow (whole)

na

na

14.50

Aust. Winter

na

na

18.50

Lentils (Pardina)

na

na

30.00

Lentils (Brewers)

na

na

na

Light red kidneys Colo./Neb. 50.00 Michigan na Wis./Minn. na Dark red kidneys Minn./Wis. Pinks Idaho/Wash. N.D./Minn.

na

40.00 37.00

Small reds Idaho/Wash.

40.00

na

na

40.00 37.00

40.00

45.00 45.00

45.00

Canary trade flat

Canary markets are stabilizing after a good run-up from last summer’s lows. Canary had dropped as low as 21 cents per pound last August, but has moved up smartly since. Trade now is generally 26 to 27 cents per pound freight on board farm Saskatchewan. Processors are buying. Production has been dropping since 2009 when we produced 197,000 metric tons. Production in 2010 was 154,000, 2011 was 129,000 and 2012 was 125,000. The carryover next July is estimated by AgCanada to be 10,000 metric tons, rock bottom. The real carryout is presumably higher since considerable canary would have been placed into long-term storage the past two years. Canary markets continue to be hobbled by the foodgrade import restrictions imposed by Mexico. It’s hard to export to Mexico with its rigid and exacting weed seed limits. With tight margins, only the bigger players even bother with exporting to Mexico any more. That’s bearish, short-term, but Mexican demand has probably not dropped by much. Canary markets are currently about flat, but charts show a strong uptrend since August.

Bean acreage to plummet

Jan. 15

Michgan

Week ago

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

Lots of prairie farmers are going to abandon edible beans this year. North Dakota and Minnesota are on track to drop a third of their acres. Bean plantings can be highly variable and 2013 will be a low acreage year. Stocks are currently more than adequate, but unlikely to last into 2014. Pintos are a better play than blacks. China can now sell blacks directly to Mexico and has pretty well taken over that market. Pinto production, on the other hand, for export, is mostly in North Dakota, Manitoba and Alberta.

Canola market consolidates

Canola futures have been trading sideways. Fresh export demand has subsided, given the weakness in the world vegetable oil complex. Malaysia cut the export tax on palm oil in an effort to enhance exports. This will continue to weigh on vegetable oil prices. Brazilian soybean growing conditions remain optimal, while forecasts for the Argentine soybean region are on the dry side. This dryer forecast, along with Chinese demand for U.S. soybeans, has sparked a rally in the soybean market, which spilled over into canola early last week. Basis levels in Western Canada remain strong, as domestic crushers work to entice farmer selling.

Garbanzo

Peas & lentils Idaho/Wash.

North Dakota Green (whole)

20.83

20.83

13.33

Yellow (whole)

13.75

13.75

14.17

Lentils (richlea)

18.00

18.00

20.00

We’ve seen no real slowdown in the domestic crush pace, but given the lower crop size, it is inevitable that the crush slows later in the crop year. The March May spread continues to trade at an inverse, reflecting the tight nearby stocks.

Feed barley and feed wheat

Cash barley prices in southern Alberta continue to hover in the range of $275 to $280 per ton delivered. Cattle on feed numbers through fall have been down 7 to 10 percent, which has resulted in a year-over-year decline in feedgrain demand. Given the recent drop in the wheat market, feedlots are implementing low protein milling wheat in the rations, which will also result in lower barley usage. Feed barley exports are running ahead of last year, but world values have come under pressure from more aggressive offers from Europe. Turkey recently bought 200,000 metric tons of feed barley at a $327 (U.S.) per metric ton cost and freight. Tunisia also bought feed barley at a $322 per metric ton cost and freight. This equates to approximately $200 in central Saskatchewan. These sales will be filled with European barley. Export values for feed barley and feed wheat are below domestic prices.

Malt barley

Malt barley prices in Western Canada have been in the range of $6 to $6.40 per bushel depending on location. Given the world malt values, it will be difficult for prices to increase in the next couple months. Domestic malsters appear to have their nearby requirements covered. We hear certain grain companies are currently looking for coverage on current sales. This buying interest will subside once these sales are covered.


AGWEEK / Monday, January 21, 2013 – PAGE 23

MARKETS

Demand drives grain markets higher Wheat: fewer acres and improving demand

The wheat markets had gains of 25 to 28 cents last week. The Jan. 11 U.S. Department of Agriculture report renewed some optimism in the fundamental picture for the wheat market, which has now gained back about a third of last month’s losses. To start the week on Jan. 14, wheat markets had decent gains, with most of the gains coming in the winter wheat exchanges. Early support continued to spill over from the Jan. 11 friendly USDA annual crop production report, which cut wheat stocks. Additional support came from a lower-than-expected winter wheat seeded acreage estimate. The fundamental picture continues to improve for wheat, with tighter stocks, fewer acres and the crop going into dormancy in poor shape. An improving fundamental picture in wheat has helped convince short position holders to start liquidating positions. The Jan. 15 gains marked the third straight higher session, which pushed wheat to three-week highs. A better-than-expected feed demand estimate, combined with weather concerns in both Russia and China, has helped push wheat. Extremely cold temperatures in much of Russia and the U.S. winter wheat region has many traders thinking production estimates for those areas likely will decline. Technical buying also has helped push the market, as wheat lost more than $1 in the month of December and for the first week of January 2013. Wheat struggled to start the session Jan. 16, as technical selling took the lead. Late in the session, the strength from the soybean complex was enough to help push wheat to the plus side. Wheat traded on both sides of unchanged Jan. 17 before settling with single-digit losses. The Kansas City market had the larger losses because of some weather premium being taken back out of that market. Wheat markets had strong gains in the past week, and were due for a quieter day. Quiet trade continued on Jan. 18, with mostly light losses to finish the week. USDA reported wheat export inspections pace for the week ending Jan. 11 at 10.6 million bushels. This brings the year-to-date export inspections pace to 539.4 million bushels, compared with 621 million at this time last year. With 20 weeks left in wheat’s marketing year, shipments need to average 25.5 million bushels to make USDA’s projection of 1.05 billion bushels. Wheat export sales pace for the week ending Jan. 11 was estimated at 19.7 million bushels. This brings the year-to-date export sales pace for wheat to 729.2 million bushels, compared with 754.8 million for last year. With 20 weeks left in wheat’s marketing year, sales need to average 16.2 million bushels to make USDA’s projection of 1.05 billion.

Corn: tight stocks support cash corn

The corn market was up 15 cents in the March contract for last week, as of Jan. 18 morning trade. Corn found follow-through buying from the Jan. 11 USDA report to start the week. A lower stocks number was a surprise and brought money back into the market. The futures came under some pressure later in the week, with poor export reports and a disappointing ethanol report. The corn market traded with strength on Jan. 14 and 15, with follow-through buying from the Jan. 11 friendly report. A large increase in feed use was a surprise and the net result was a tighter ending stocks number of 602 million bushels. Export demand has been sluggish and USDA did lower its estimates, while the export inspections were poor on Jan. 14 at 9.2 million bushels. Corn shipments needed each week are now 20.3 million bushels. The cumulative shipment pace is now 29 percent of the USDA export estimate versus the five-year average of 34 percent, and are 55 percent below levels of one year ago. A

Ray Grabanski

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

dryer 10-day forecast for northern Argentina and southern Brazil offers support, but it is early in the growing season and we have to see if it materializes. Corn closed slightly lower on Jan. 16 and 17. The futures had closed higher for the past seven sessions and profit taking came into play. We are also at the high end of the trading range and buying interest has slowed at these levels. News that Taiwan bought 60,000 metric tons of corn from Argentina added weakness and proves that U.S. corn is overpriced compared with competition. The disappointing ethanol report and lack of any export demand also added pressure. The 82.3 million bushels of corn used for ethanol the week ending Jan. 11 was the lowest amount for this marketing year. Argentina’s Ministry of Agriculture reported that it expects the 2012 to ’13 corn crop to produce 28 million to 30 million metric tons, up from its prior estimate of 24.5 million. Ethanol production for the week ending Jan. 11 averaged 784,000 barrels per day, down 5 percent versus the previous week and down 16.7 percent versus last year. Total ethanol production for the week was 5.5 million barrels. Corn used in production the week ending Jan. 11 is estimated at 82.3 million bushels and the lowest weekly usage for the 2012 to ’13 marketing year. Corn use needs to average 86.8 million bushels per week to meet this crop year’s USDA estimate of 4.5 billion bushels. This crop year’s cumulative corn used for ethanol production is 1.6 billion bushels. Stocks as of Jan. 11 were 20.4 million barrels, up 2.6 percent from the previous week and up 4.2 percent versus last year. USDA’s export inspections report was bearish for corn. There were 9.2 million bushels of corn reported shipped, well below the 20.2 million needed to meet USDA’s projection of 950 million for the 2012 to ’13 marketing year. This was at the low end of the pre-report estimates of 8 million to 15 million bushels. The export sales report for corn was at 15.5 million bushels, above the 13.2 million needed to meet USDA’s projection of 950 million bushels. This was within the estimates of 9.8 million to 18.7 million bushels and neutral for corn. Total shipments last week were at 9.7 million bushels, below the 20.2 million needed for the 2012 to ’13 marketing year.

Soybeans: strong demand leads to gains

As of the Jan. 17 close, March soybeans were up 57 cents on the week, while November 2013 soybeans were 19 cents higher. South American weather continues to have a strong impact on the market. Strong buying from commercial and noncommercial traders on Jan. 14 led to a sharply higher close to begin the week for soybeans. The weather forecast has been good for South America, but it is a bit drier going forward for southern Brazil and parts of Argentina. National Oilseed Processers Association crush numbers released Jan. 14 were supportive at 159.9 million bushels. Demand remains strong, with USDA announcing a sale of 120,000 metric tons of soybeans to China. The Jan. 14 export inspections came in well above the amount needed to keep pace with USDA’s projection.

Strong commercial buying had soybeans trading higher early Jan. 15, but profit taking and hesitant noncommercial traders led to the market slipping to close with small losses. Soybeans were higher Jan. 16, as commercial and noncommercial traders provided support. Demand remains strong for soybeans and traders believe China secured additional cargoes last week. Soybeans traded higher early Jan. 17 on a strong export sales report before slipping lower into midday, as the export sales were likely already priced in. Around midday, Agroconsult, a Brazilian private forecaster, released a production projection of 84 million metric tons, compared with USDA’s Jan. 11 World Agriculture Supply and Demand Estimates report at 82.5 million metric tons. Commercial buying continues in light of strong international demand, including a sale of 240,000 metric tons to undisclosed destinations announced by USDA. Jan. 17 export sales were well above the amount needed to keep pace with USDA’s projection. USDA reported soybean export inspections pace for the week ending Jan. 11 at 39.1 million bushels. This brings the year-to-date export shipments pace for soybeans to 855.9 million bushels, compared with 640.2 million for last year at this time. Soybean export sales pace for the week ending Jan. 11 was estimated at 59.1 million bushels, bringing this year’s total to 1,201.5 million, compared with 938.5 million last year at this time.

Barley

USDA reported barley’s export inspections pace for the week ending Jan. 11 at 8,000 bushels. USDA reported export sales of 1,500 metric tons of barley, going to Taiwan and South Korea. Jan. 17 cash barley bids in Minneapolis had feed barley at $5.15 per bushel, while malting barley bids were at $7.05.

Durum

USDA reported no durum export inspections for the week ending Jan. 11. There were no new export sales either, with the year-to-date export sales pace at 15.6 million bushels, compared with 14.9 million for last year. Jan. 17 cash bids for milling quality durum were at $8 per bushel in Berthold, N.D., and $7.95 in Dickinson, N.D.

Canola

Canola futures on the Winnipeg, Manitoba, exchange had net gains of up to $16 (Canadian) per ton last week. Gains in the soybean market provided support to canola, as demand for oilseeds remains strong. Additional support continued to spill over from the Jan. 11 friendly crop production report, as well as from weather concerns in South America. Fundamentally, canola should be able to outperform the other vegetable oil products as a result of a lower-than-expected production estimate. Cash canola bids in Velva, N.D., were at $27.81 per hundredweight on Jan. 17.

Sunflowers

Soybean oil export sales pace for the week ending Jan. 11 was estimated at 12.9 trillion metric tons. This brings the year-to-date total to 686.9 trillion metric tons, compared with last year’s 190.1 trillion. Cash sunflower bids in Fargo, N.D., were at $22.40 per hundredweight on Jan. 17.

Dry beans

The USDA report reaffirmed the large crop that was produced in the 2012 crop year. USDA is reporting bids of $30 to $32 per hundredweight for navies and blacks and $32 to $34 for pintos in North Dakota and Minnesota.


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NATIONAL NEWS

MARKETS FRIDAY LOCAL CASH GRAIN PRICES Winter

Durum

Barley

now

new

Wht 12%

No. 1

malt

8.19 7.99 7.91 7.91 7.94 ..... ..... 8.00 8.11 8.16 8.26 7.84 8.09 ..... 8.12 8.40 8.10 7.97 8.49 8.04 ..... 8.06 7.90 7.99 8.06 8.19 8.02 8.19 7.68 ..... ..... 7.84 8.34 8.16 8.10 8.06 7.94 8.15 8.00 8.49 ..... ..... ..... 8.37 8.08 8.18 8.44 8.29 8.24 8.26 8.26 8.24 ..... 8.19 ..... 8.24 ..... 8.01 8.29 ..... 8.76 9.49 9.59 8.19 Jan 6.90 -38

..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... NA Feb 6.90 -38

7.54 7.82 ..... 7.54 ..... ..... ..... 7.65 7.94 ..... ..... 7.48 ..... ..... ..... ..... 7.74 7.55 ..... ..... ..... 7.87 7.30 7.69 7.86 7.84 7.74 ..... ..... ..... ..... 7.57 7.74 8.32 8.21 8.09 7.98 8.19 8.09 8.38 ..... ..... ..... 8.17 7.82 ..... ..... ..... 8.18 ..... ..... 6.74 ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 7.69 ..... ..... ..... ..... 9.38 7.87 Mar 7.08 -20

..... 7.90 ..... 7.90 ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 7.95 ..... 7.80 7.85 ..... 8.00 ..... ..... ..... ..... 7.75 ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 7.88 Apr 7.14 -15

..... ..... ..... 5.90 ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 5.90 ..... ..... 5.90 5.45 ..... ..... 6.00 ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 5.90 ..... ..... 5.65 ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 5.81 May 7.17 -12

Springwheat

Ayr, N.D. Beach Bismarck Bottineau Cando Cooperstown Edgeley Fortuna Gladstone Grand Forks Hankinson Harlow Harvey Hatton Jamestown Manvel McVille New Salem N.D. Mill Northwood Plaza Regent Rugby Russell Scranton Sheldon Stanley Thompson Tuttle Walhalla West Fargo Williston Brookings, S.D. Chamberlain Huron McLaughlin Philip Redfield St. Lawrence Watertown Billings, MONT. Glasgow Glendive Havre Miles City Alvarado, MINN. 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

feed

..... ..... 5.00 4.75 4.75 ..... ..... ..... 4.75 ..... ..... ..... 4.90 ..... ..... ..... 5.65 4.95 ..... 4.80 ..... 4.75 4.75 4.75 4.70 ..... 5.25 ..... 4.80 ..... ..... 4.75 ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 4.50 ..... ..... 4.70 ..... ..... 5.50 ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 4.55 ..... ..... ..... 5.15 ..... 4.89 June 7.20 -2

Canola Sunseeds

Soybeans

Corn

Corn

Oats

Flax

now

new

now

now

now

nuSun

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6.88 6.88 6.82 6.52 6.63 ..... ..... ..... ..... 6.67 6.93 6.52 6.78 ..... 6.83 ..... 6.77 6.75 ..... 6.65 ..... ..... 6.60 6.53 6.67 6.88 6.63 6.78 6.30 ..... ..... ..... 7.18 6.92 7.07 6.90 ..... 6.89 6.86 7.06 ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 6.67 6.87 6.97 6.89 6.83 6.93 6.63 ..... 6.83 ..... 6.92 7.16 6.66 6.88 7.22 6.92 7.06 ..... 6.82 July 7.20 2

..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... NA Aug 7.14 100

..... ..... 3.45 ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 2.90 3.45 ..... ..... ..... 2.85 ..... ..... ..... 3.65 ..... ..... 3.00 ..... ..... ..... 4.25 ..... ..... 2.70 ..... ..... ..... 4.10 ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 2.65 ..... 3.60 3.43 ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 3.10 ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 3.32 Sept 5.66 -25

..... ..... ..... 13.80 13.45 ..... ..... 13.75 ..... ..... ..... ..... 13.70 ..... ..... ..... 13.80 14.00 ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 14.05 ..... ..... 14.35 ..... 14.10 ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 11.75 ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 13.25 ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 13.64 Oct 5.46 -45

..... ..... ..... 26.98 26.86 ..... ..... 26.25 ..... ..... ..... ..... 27.16 ..... ..... ..... 27.45 ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 27.10 26.90 26.25 ..... 27.15 ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 27.90 ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 27.00 Nov 5.51 -40

..... ..... ..... 20.45 ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 21.45 ..... ..... ..... ..... 20.35 20.50 ..... ..... ..... 20.30 ..... ..... ..... 22.50 ..... ..... ..... ..... 19.00 ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 20.65 Dec 5.51 -40

13.99 ..... 13.90 13.59 13.94 ..... ..... ..... ..... 13.74 14.11 13.59 13.99 ..... 13.94 13.79 13.86 13.65 ..... 13.69 ..... 13.40 13.95 13.69 ..... 13.94 ..... 13.79 13.46 ..... ..... ..... 13.94 13.89 13.85 13.64 ..... 13.84 13.78 13.91 ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 13.89 14.04 14.09 14.07 14.06 14.04 13.69 ..... 13.87 ..... 14.09 14.09 13.79 13.94 14.09 14.14 ..... ..... 13.87 Jan 5.58 -43

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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.

Farm Bureau talks policy Board members discuss immigration, farm bill at annual convention ■

By Jerry Hagstrom

Special to Agweek

NASHVILLE — As American Farm Bureau Federation President Bob Stallman urged Congress to pass a full five-year farm-bill in 2013, delegates to the annual convention last week gave its board full leverage to take positions on the farm bill and also endorsed an immigration reform proposal that has been worked out by a coalition Farm Bureau has joined. Last year, Farm Bureau wanted a “deep loss” program to provide benefits to crop farmers in case of catastrophic loss, but Congress never showed much interest in the proposal. Farm Bureau’s position has been that if the “deep loss” program would not be enacted, it wanted a choice between the “shallow loss” program proposed by corn and soybean growers and the “reference price” program favored by rice and peanut growers. But on Jan. 15, delegates voted instead to delete those specifics and instead say farmers should have a “choice of program options.” Southern delegates said they wanted to keep the reference price in the platform, but they lost, with 54 percent of the delegates voting for a more vague policy.

Immigration reform At a news conference, Stallman noted that the delegates had endorsed the policies of the immigration coalition that the organization has joined. That coalition favors provisions that would allow foreigners to enter the United States through contracts and also to be employed on an “at will” basis. The coalition has said that the policy must work for both the fruit and vegetable industry, which needs seasonal labor, and the dairy industry, which needs workers year-round. Stallman also noted that the delegates had a vigorous discussion about supporting raw milk, but a majority voted to establish a policy that only pasteurized milk and milk products should be sold for human consumption. Delegates approved the measure in light of the potential risks to public health and food safety posed by consumption of raw milk. Delegates reaffirmed policy supporting changes to the dairy safety net, consistent with the margin insurance programs included in versions of the farm bill approved by the House and Senate Ag Committees. In his address to the convention on Jan. 13, Stallman said Farm Bureau members “need the new Congress to show the leadership needed to pass long-term farm policy and enact the kind of reforms that the Senate and House Agriculture Committee have approved. “We just elected and re-elected leaders for a new term,” Stallman said. “We must let them know that our nation can no longer afford political drama, manufactured crises and selfserving jackass stubbornness. We have grown tired of that ‘reality show.’”


AGWEEK / Monday, January 21, 2013 – PAGE 25

REGIONAL NEWS

Managing rental agreement risks

ND workshops aim to help

NDSU Extension Service

Landowners, renters and other agribusiness professionals with an interest in farmland ownership, management and leasing should consider attending a farmland leasing workshop sponsored by the North Dakota State University Extension Service. Workshops scheduled for January through March are as follows: ■ Jan. 23, 9 a.m., City Hall, Forman. ■ Jan. 23, 1:30 p.m., Fireside Restaurant, Ellendale. ■ Jan. 28, 1 p.m., McKenzie County Courthouse, Watford City. ■ Jan. 29, 9 a.m., Divide County Courthouse, Crosby. ■ Feb. 11, 1 p.m., Morton County Fairgrounds, New Salem. ■ Feb. 12, 9:30 a.m., Civic Center, Beulah. ■ Feb. 13, 1 p.m., American Legion, Finley. ■ Feb. 19, 1 p.m., Walsh County Extension office, Park River. ■ March 7, 9 a.m., Winter Show Building, Valley City. Rising land values, strong commodity prices and high production costs have made it more difficult for operators and landowners to successfully determine appropriate farmland lease arrangements. The workshops are offered to help landowners and renters identify and manage the risk associated with rental agreements. Dwight Aakre and Andy Swenson, extension farm management specialists, and Willie Huot, Grand Forks County extension agent, will be the main presenters. One of the topics is a historical perspective on farmland values and rents. Concepts and practical examples of how to determine equitable rents also will be presented. The main session will help participants better understand different rental arrangements, such as cash rent, share rent and flexible cash rent. There will be a session on how producers can improve their land rental negotiations by enhancing the communication process with landowners. This includes the use of resumes, portfolios and frequent communications to keep landowners informed and educated about their operation and vision for a particular tract of land.

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A light run of cattle and sheep here for our sale on Monday, January 14, 2013. Market was a lot higher on lambs with cows and bulls steady to 2 dollars lower on the cows and bulls. Bred cows and heifers sold a steady to higher market. Thank you for your business.

121 wf ewe lambs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 . . . .$140.50 159 lambs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 . . . .$142.00 133 lambs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 . . . .$140.00 41 lambs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 . . . .$146.00 88 lambs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 . . . .$151.00 32 angus heifers 2-20. . . . . . . . . . . HD . . .$1535.00 30 red angus hfrs 3-5. . . . . . . . . . . HD . . .$1535.00 21 blk & bldy cows 10's. . . . . . . . . HD . . . .$ 930.00

34 red x cows 6-8's . . . . . . . . . . . . HD . . . .$ 925.00 1 red baldy cow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1175 . . . . .$ 78.00 1 red bull . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2310 . . . . .$ 94.00 10 angus cows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1431 . . . . .$ 73.50 6 angus cows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1329 . . . . .$ 72.75 22 blk & red cows . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1528 . . . . .$ 72.75 16 blk & red cows . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1492 . . . . .$ 71.00

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Monday, January 21 Special feeder cattle and sheep sale Monday, January 28 Special feeder cattle and sheep sale Monday, February 4 NO SALE (Black Hills Stock Show) Monday, February 11 Special replacement heifer, feeder cattle sale Sletten Angus Bull Sale Monday, February 18 Special replacement heifer, feeder cattle & bred cow sale Monday, February 25 Special feeder cattle and bred cow sale Monday, March 4 NO SALE (Depending on weather) Monday, March 11 Special replacement heifer, grass cattle & bred cow sale Schauer Angus bull sale followed by JDJ & Watje Charolais bull sale Monday, March 18 Special bred cow, replacement heifer & grass cattle sale Monday, March 25 Special replacement heifer and grass cattle sale Lastovika & Dameron Angus bull sale at 1:00 pm

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REGIONAL NEWS

Taking an industry’s pulse Northern Pulse Growers Association holds annual convention in Minot, N.D. ■

By Jonathan Knutson

Agweek Staff Writer

Pulse crop growers in North Dakota and Montana still have some catching up to do. The executive director of the Northern Pulse Growers Association is optimistic that it will happen this year. A freakishly wet spring in 2011 prevented many famers in northwest North Dakota and northeast Montana, where pulse crops are popular, from planting their fields, causing pulse crop acreage in the two states to plummet. But pulse crops regained much of that lost acreage in 2012 and could recover the rest this spring, Shannon Berndt says. “I think we can get back to the historic acres we’ve had,” she says. Berndt will be among the roughly 250 people expected to attend the Northern Pulse Growers Association’s 20th annual convention Jan. 21 and 22 in Minot, N.D. The event will feature exhibits and a number of informational sessions. One of the highlights this year is a farm bill update by Jim Wiesemeyer, senior vice president of farm and trade policy at Informa Economics. “There’s just so much interest in the farm bill because of what occurred, or rather the lack of what happened, in Washington,” Berndt says. Congress last year failed to pass a new farm bill, instead approving an extension of the old one. The association’s annual convention once again will be held the same week as Minot’s popular KMOT farm show, which runs this year from Jan. 23 to 25. Holding the two events so close together in Minot, northwest North Dakota’s largest city, works well, especially for businesses and groups that have exhibits at both events, Berndt says.

N.D., Mont. are leaders Pulse crops — the name comes from the Greek word for porridge — are grown around the world. While defini-

tions vary on what constitutes a pulse crop, the term generally is applied to legumes used for human and livestock food. The Northern Pulse Growers Association, based in Bismarck, N.D., represents dry pea, lentil, chickpea, lupin and fava bean growers from Montana and North Dakota. North Dakota typically ranks first nationally in both dry pea and lentil production, with Montana in second place for both crops. North Dakota farmers’ interest in pulse crops is growing, primarily because of the crops’ rotational benefits. Typically, pulse crops are grown in rotation with wheat, Berndt says. “They (farmers in the state) are looking at it as a good fit in their operations’ soil health,” she says. Montana farmers, in contrast, see pulse crops “as an option for increasing the profitability of their operation,” Berndt says. One of the advantages of pulse crops is that they put back nitrogen, a key ingredient for plant growth, into the soil. Farmers who grow pulse crops don’t need to use costly nitrogen that growing season.

Growth opportunities A pulse crop breeding program at North Dakota State University is working to develop new varieties that will help the pulses expand into areas where they’re not common now, Berndt says. The pulse industry hopes to generate more demand for its products from schools and other institutions, she says. “I really think that’s going to be key to help our industry grow on the domestic side,” she says. Berndt says commenting on pulse crop prices and profitability is difficult because prices are tied closely to quality. But the North Dakota State University Extension Service’s 2013 Projected Crop Budget estimates that the profitability of field peas and lentils in northwest North Dakota will be comparable to that of spring wheat, canola and oil sunflowers, although well below that of corn. The profitability of small chickpeas is projected to surpass that of most other crops grown in northwest North Dakota, according to NDSU. For more information on pulse crops and the upcoming Northern Pulse Growers Association convention, visit www.northernpulse.com.

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New food security institute to look at supply from field to fork

■ SASKATOON, Saskatchewan – A new

center is being developed to look at food supply from field to fork as a growing population needs to be fed. The Global Institute for Food Security, based at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, will look at everything from boosting crop yields to government agricultural policies. The institute was announced today with $35 million from PotashCorp and $15 million from the province. PotashCorp president Bill Doyle says food security is a challenge, adding there are about 2 billion people who are malnourished around the world. Doyle says research at the institute could, for example, find ways for seeds to grow with less water.

Argentina complains to WTO over US, EU barriers

■ BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – Argentina

has filed complaints with the World Trade Organization over trade barriers it blames for keeping its beef and lemons out of the United States and blocking biodiesel sales to Europe. Foreign Minister Hector Timerman says that if the WTO doesn’t resolve the problem, Argentina will seek compensation for damages. The formal complaints raise the stakes in Argentina’s ongoing disputes with two of its largest trading partners, and Timerman says there’s more to come. The government is preparing an additional challenge of the subsidies that farmers get in the U.S. and Europe, which he says puts Argentina’s exports at an enormous disadvantage. U.S. restrictions against hoof-and-mouth disease block Argentine beef exports, even though Timerman says Argentina’s Patagonia region has been certified free of the disease for nearly a decade, and beef exports totaled $731 million to other countries last year. He blames protectionist favors for U.S. agricultural businesses, and says similar lobbying has blocked Argentine lemons for the past 11 years, even as 61 other countries accept these imports.

North Korea food production increases, but malnutrition lingers

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a staple food deficit of 207,000 metric tons, the lowest in many years, but 2.8 million people remained vulnerable to undernutrition, the FAO added. The body issued its findings after carrying out a mission to the isolated country to measure its cereal production.

Polish court nixes ritual animal slaughter

■ WARSAW, Poland – A top court in Poland says the ritual slaughter of animals by religious groups, including Jews and Muslims, violates the country’s constitution and animal protection laws. The ruling puts it in conflict with European Union rules that allow the practice on the grounds of religious freedom. In a victory for animal rights activists, the Constitutional Tribunal says regulations allowing for animals to have their throats cut and then bleed to death without previously being stunned are against Polish law. It also says that in issuing regulations that allow for such practices, the agriculture minister exceeded his powers and violated the constitution. The ruling sets the stage for more discussion when an EU law goes into effect Jan. 1 allowing the practice and setting common standards among members. It gives animal rights supporters fuel for debate next year on whether Poland must comply with EU laws and to what extent. Poland introduced its regulations in 2004, when it joined the EU, intending to bring the national laws closer to those of the bloc. The Agriculture Ministry has provided licenses to 17 slaughterhouses to carry out the ritual. Poland has small Muslim and Jewish minorities and also exports meat from ritual slaughter.

E. coli outbreak linked to Butcher’s Choice

■ OTTAWA – Government inspectors have

linked Canada’s latest E. coli outbreak to a recalled batch of Butcher’s Choice brand beef burgers sold across the country. The strain of E. coli bacteria found in Butcher’s Choice Garlic Peppercorn Beef Burgers was the same one that made five people sick in Ontario and Alberta, officials say. “All of this product was recalled from the marketplace between Dec. 12 and Dec. 15,” says Paul Mayers, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s vice-president of programs. The frozen burgers are sold at Loblaws stores across Canada. Two other beef products – Cardinal Select brand Prime Rib Beef Burgers and Butcher’s Choice Hickory Barbecue Beef Burgers – have also been recalled, but they have not been linked to any cases of illness. All of the beef in question was produced by Cardinal Meat Specialists Ltd., based in Brampton, Ontario. E. coli infection can cause serious illnesses, but the five victims of the outbreak have either recovered or are recovering. Officials acknowledged knowing about E. coli cases in Canada as early as October, but says they were not in a position to issue any recalls. “The identification of a case of illness with no source of the particular food associated, while it triggers investigations, cannot lead to a recall at that time,” Mayers says. A patient may have eaten a number of different foods, making it difficult to pinpoint a specific source of infection, he explains. “Indeed, we took samples of the Butcher’s Choice product at the time. All of those tests came back negative for (E. coli),” Mayers says. He reiterates the importance of cooking beef well to destroy E. coli bacteria and to ensure cooking surfaces and utensils are free of uncooked beef to avoid E. coli infection.

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WATERTOWN, S.D. — North Dakota State University offers a window into the future with a new survey to determine attitudes and expectations in light of decreasing cow numbers, increasing input costs, unprecedented Mikkel Pates, Agweek commodity market ! Carl Dahlen, a North Dakota State University beef volatility and competi- cattle specialist, speaks about a new beef industy tion for labor resources. survey at the first-ever Northern States Beef Carl Dahlen, NDSU Conference Jan. 17 in Watertown, S.D. beef cattle specialist, one of the principle inissues were among the concerns that vestigators, says the research was concould have the greatest negative impact ducted in the spring of 2012, and the on profitability potential. first final summary was released at the ■ About 48 percent said the principal first tri-state Northern States Beef Conoperator would exit the industry within ference, held Jan. 16 and 17 in Water10 years, which is not surprising considtown, S.D. ering the age of producers. Dahlen says researchers had 527 re“We don’t have a handle on what’s sponses out of 2,500 surveys sent out to going to happen with the cow herds,” he North Dakota beef producers. Of the resays. Only 33 percent said they’d transspondents, 83 percent were active profer the operation to the next generaducers. Producers in the survey said 49 tion, while 6 percent said they’d sell to percent of their gross income came an established producer and 54 percent from beef production. The state’s beef of all respondents said they had no sucindustry is dominated by cow-calf procession plan. Some 39 percent of those ducers, with 95 percent maintaining expecting to leave the business within commercial cow-calf pairs and 14 per10 years did not have a succession plan. cent producing purebred and seed ■ About 75 percent would transfer asstock. sets gradually to a family member at a discounted rate, 13 percent would do so for a beginning, non-family producer Survey says but only about 1 percent would do so Among the responses: for an existing non-family producer. ■ About 33 percent of producers said ■ In types of information needed, the they’d increase the number of cattle top issues were nutrition at 59 percent, they maintain if a meatpacking plant production cost analysis at 44 percent, opened in North Dakota. That’s espesuccession planning at 38 percent and cially significant because a new packfinancial planning at 35 percent. ing plant is just opening and coming ■ The beef check-off was rated as the into production in Aberdeen, S.D. A somost important organization in promotcalled instant “clicker” survey during ing beef industry growth, followed by the meeting said about 30 percent state and county extension services. would increase numbers. Officials at the meeting said they ■ About 40 percent of cow-calf prothought the study was a good first effort, ducers said they’d be likely to use artifi- and reflects interest in opportunities as cial insemination (AI) in the next one to the corn and soybean belts move farfive years, compared with a national ther north. The event was coordinated survey of actual use in 2007 that found by land-grant university beef specialists in South Dakota, North Dakota and only 8 percent of similar operations use Minnesota. It is designed to be analoAI. gous to the Range Beef Cow Sympo■ Some 96 percent said they’d use sium, held in western plains states cattle vaccinations and 76 percent said every other year. they’d use individual Cattle ID. “This is a different clientele, more ■ Animal health issues, severe weather, environmental regulations, an- farmer-feeders — people trying to manage crop production and livestock on imal rights concerns and reproductive same operations,” Dahlen says.


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0.08” 0.31” 0.31” 0.32” 97% 97%

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A frontal boundary near the western part of the state Monday and Tuesday will lead to the formation of clouds and even some flurries. This front will slowly move eastward Tuesday, triggering some flurries. However, the state looks to generally be dry over the next few days with no significant storm systems to produce rainfall or snowfall. Temperatures will be near average in the west, but colder than normal in the east.

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KMOT Expo is region’s biggest indoor ag show

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Agweek Staff Writer

The 42nd KMOT Ag Expo rumbles into the North Dakota State Fair Center in Minot, N.D., making its appearance as the first farm trade show of the 2013 farming season. The show runs Jan. 23 through 25. Doors are open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., daily. The center is located at 2005 Burdick Expressway. Gregg Schaefer, Ag Expo general manager, runs the event with Jeff Emmert, his assistant manager. The show involves more than 360 exhibitors and will feature some 1,010 booths. Agweek is a co-sponsor of an exhibitors event. The KMOT show annually brings in 35,000 to 40,000 attendees, with the bulk coming from north-central and north-

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Where does food come from?

Living Ag Classroom helps children understand

The Living Ag Classroom teaches children how food is produced and distributed. It has become one of the most popular aspects of the KMOT Ag Expo.



By Jonathan Knutson

Agweek Staff Writer

Even in North Dakota, where agriculture is the leading industry, many school children don’t know a lot about ag, food or farming. That’s where the Living Ag Classroom, a staple of the annual KMOT Farm Show, comes in. More than 700 fourth graders from elementary schools in north-central and northwest North Dakota are expected to attend. “As farms get bigger, there just aren’t as many ties to agriculture as there used to be,” says Gregg Schaefer, general manager of the farm show. “They (school children) don’t know as much about it as they used to.” The 2013 show, the 42nd annual, will be held Jan. 23 to 25 at the North Dakota State Fairground in Minot, N.D. About 35,000 to 40,000 people are expected to attend. The Living Ag Classroom, which began in the late 1980s, has become one of the farm show’s most popular events. Hosted by 14 commodity groups, the classroom helps pupils learn more about how food is produced and distributed. Games and displays illustrate the process of how food makes its way from farmers’ fields to grocery store shelves. “We have a lot of versatility” in North Dakota agriculture, Schaefer says of the commodity groups involved. The state leads the nation in production of many crops, including wheat, barley and sunflowers and is a key producer of many others, including sugar beets and potatoes. Most of the pupils who attend the Living Ag Classroom are fourth graders, although some of the smaller schools also send fifth graders, Schaefer says. “That’s just a good age for them to learn about agriculture,” he says. More than 16,000 pupils have attended the annual classrooms since they began. Parents and teachers, as well as the general public, are invited to attend, as well. Sessions for the 2013 KMOT Living Ag Classrooms will be held at 9 a.m., 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. on both Jan. 23 and Jan. 24. The classroom will be held in the Carousel beneath the grandstand.

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PAGE 10 - Monday, January 21, 2013 / AGWEEK COMPANY BOOTH NUMBERS A 4 Fires Enterprises, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M16 A.S.T. Inspection Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M-7 ABC Seamless Of Bismarck . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .885-888 890E&F ABS Global . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .878 Acme Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .399-402 408-412 419-423 Acme Tools-Diamond C Trailers . . . . . . . . . . . . . .162-164 169-171 ADM Processing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .720-720A Adrian Manufacturing, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .468a&b Advanced Ag Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .101-192 Aemsco Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .139-158 176-184 109-110 111-112 Aero Industries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M15 Ag Concepts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .730A Ag Shield Mfg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .279-280 Ag Soil Science, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .334 Ag Systems, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .283-285, 292-294 Agassiz Seed & Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .286 Agri-Cover, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .883A AgriDry, LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .753 Agritec, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .460-461 Agtron Enterprises, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .296-297 AgVenture/Scherr’s Seed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .456-457 Agweek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .739 AKE Safety Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .G Allstate Peterbilt Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .824 Amber Waves, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .229-230 American Ag Radio Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 American Builders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M13 American Farm Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .196-197-198 AmeriFlax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40a Amity Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .889-890 890A-890C Anderco Enterprises Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .746 Arysta LifeScience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .736,750 Atom-Jet Agriculture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .479 Auger Jogger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .691 AWS Air Reels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .890D Ayglobal, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .244-245 B Bank of North Dakota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .719 BASF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .199-200 Batco Mfg / Wheatheart Mfg c/o AGI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .436-439 Bayer CropScience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26-29 Becker Underwood, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .713 Behlen USA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .F Bench Industries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51-52 89-92 129-130 Benchmark Seeds, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .314-315 Bert’s Truck Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .702 Bill Thomas Sales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .479-485 Birdsall Grain & Seed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .m4 Bismarck Canvas, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .254 Bloomfield Enterprises . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .m18 Bourgault Industries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .633-650 Bourgault Tillage Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .666-668 Boyd Ag LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .602-605 Brandt Custom Builders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .458 Branine Farms/AgXplore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .681a Brantt Agricultural Products Ltd. . . . . .498-501A 498-501 512 519 Brehon Agrisystems Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .683A BrettYoung . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .879 Bridgeview Manufacturing, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .717 Bunge Canada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44 Busch Agricultural Resources, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .877 Butler Machinery Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .336-343 . . . . . . . . .346-353-356-359-362-375-378-395 plus 6 aisles spots C Cargill, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L7-L8 Carpenter Ag Products/Edwards Group . . . . . . .406-407 424-425 Case IH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .769-770 771-773 786-790 859-864 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .807-808 805-806 plus 6 aisle. Central City Remodelers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .663 Central Life Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Central Steel Building & Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .239 CHS Sunflower . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .459 Cleary Building Corp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Convey-All USA by Hamilton Systems . . . . . . . .774-777 782-786 Copperhead Ag Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38A Cottingham Insurance Agency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .730 CPS-Crop Production Sercices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .404-405 Crary Industries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-865A Crop Production Services-Wholesale Division . . . . . . . . . . . . .330 Croplan Genetics /Winfield Solution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .303-304A Custom Marketing Co., LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .214-221 D D & S Auto & Trailer Sales . . . . . . . . .397, 398, 413, 414, 417, 418 D Bar P Bumpers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .447 Dacotah Bank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .723A Dakota Agronomy Partners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .304 Dakota Boys & Girls Ranch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .874 Dakota Custom Homes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .449 Dakota Midland Grain LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .241 Dakota Precision Ag Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .712 Dakota Quality Grain Cooperative . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .741 Dakota Sales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .890b Dakota Truck & Farm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .469-472 809-813

Dallas Sailer Enterprises . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Dawn Equipment Co., Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .133-134 Dekalb/Asgrow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30,31,31a Dekoning Innovations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .479-485 Delzer Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .884A Diamond Truck Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 Dick Hansen Sales Inc. . . . . . . . . . .159-161 172-174 159A-174A Dirt Tech LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M-8 Dow AgroSciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .331 DTE (Dickinson Truck Equipment) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .268-271 DTN/ The Progressive Farmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 E Eagle Rigid Span . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .672 Easy Farm-Vertical Solutions, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .255 Edney Distrubuting Co., Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .306-309 Element Solutions LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M14 Elias-reliaBELT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .820-823 Enbridge Pipelines ND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .866A Endless Energy-Agri-S-C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .262 Enerbase . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .827-858 834A,835A,850A,851A Energy Panel Structures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M2 Exactrix Global Systems, LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .682-683 Extreme Sales, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .756-759 F F & S Manufacturing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .651-652 Fair Mfg Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .462-463 Farm & Ranch Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .684 Farm Credit Services of ND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .332-333 727 Farm Service Agency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .701 Farm Service Agency (Vickie Bittner booth 701) . . . . . . . . . . . .701 Farmers Union Oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .316-318 Farmers Union Oil Company of Mohall & Sherwood . . . . .310-313 Farmers Union Oil Company of Rugby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45-47 FEI, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .197-198 Fillbrandt’s Bigg Dogg Agg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .873 Flexco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Flexxifinger QD Industries, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .881-882 FMC Corporation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .744-745 Free Form Plastics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .258-259 G Gates Manufacturing, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .206-207 212-213 Gateway Building Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .681 Gavilon Fertilizer, LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .735c GCR Tire Center- Firestone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .281-282 Geske Sales & Service Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .256-257 GK Technology Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .734a Gold Country Seed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .721-722 Goodon Industries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .233-234 Gooseneck Implement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14-16 Grain Millers, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .869 Great Northern Ag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .723b&c Great Plains Diversified Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .723 Greystone Construction Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .747 Groundup AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .326-327 Gutter Topper of North Dakota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .866 H Harvest International/Equipment Picker LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .468 Hauser’s Farm Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .653-654 Haybuster/Duratech Industries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .655-660 Hazelwood Flagpoles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .737 High Plains Apache Sales and Service56-57 84-85 96-97 124-125 Highline Manufacturing LTD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .165-168 Home of Economy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .201-205 Honey Bee Mfg LTD . . . . . . . . . . . . .502A-506A 502-511 520-521 Horvick, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Hotsy Equipment Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .883 Hutchinson/Mayrath & NECO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .448 I Ideal Systems LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D Inland Truck Parts and Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .716a Innovative Basement Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .707A-707B IntelliAir . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .298 INTX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L2 J J R Dale Sales & Leasing Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .728-729 729A J&K Grain Bin Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .714-715 J&M Truck sales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .455 J.C. Ramsdell Enviro Services, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .718 JM Grain, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .403 John Deere Company 61-68, 73-80, 101-108, 113-120 113A-120A Johnson Auction and Realty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .706 Johnson Manufacturing, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .324-325 K K&H Sales LLC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L9-L10 K&M Manufacturing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .825, 826 Keystone Grain, Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .866c Korral Supply Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .496-497 Kuchar High Performance Combine Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . .215-217 L Lange Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .222 Lautt’s Feed & Rental Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .224-228 Lawns Are Us . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M17 Lee Unlimited . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .673-674 Legacy Steel Buildings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .249 Legend Seeds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .676


AGWEEK / Monday, January 21, 2013 - PAGE 11 Leingang Home Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .263-264 Lorrich Industries, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .323 M M&M Ag Sales & Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .751-752 Mack’s Farm Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .709-710 Mac’s Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M5 Magic City Garage Door Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .208-209 Magic City Implement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .543-594, 598-601 Max Farmers Elevator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .232 Mayo Manufacturing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .246 McTavish Steelworks, Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .876A Meridian Manufacturing Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .764-767 Meridian Seeds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Mertes Implement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .450-452 MICADA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .661-662 Micro-Trak Systems Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C Midland Bi-Fold Doors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .188 Midwest Manugacturing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A Midwestern Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .H Miller Chemical & Fertilizer Corp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .711 Miller Loaders/Grabtec . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .473-475 Minn-Dak Prod . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .872 Minnesota Pneumatic Products . . . . . . . . . .335 344-345 354-355 Minot Area Development Corporation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 Moly Mfg., Inc./Silencer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .768 Morris Industries, Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .609-632 616-625 628-632 Morton Buildings, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .237-238 Mosaic Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .304A-304B Motion Industries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .749 Mycogen Seeds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187 N National Sunflower Association . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39A ND Crop Improvement & Seed Association . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 ND Farm Business Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .740 ND FFA Alumni . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .748 ND Soybean Council . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .301 ND Stockmen’s Assn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .453 Nestibo Agra Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .698 Never-Spill Spout Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .218 Norac, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .490-491 Nordaas American Homes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M6 Norstar Industries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .466-467 North Central Companies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .871 North Central Feed & Seed, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .288-289 North Dakota Barley Council . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39 North Dakota Dept of Agriculture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .704 North Dakota Dept of Agriculture-Organic Advisory Board . . . .868 North Dakota Dept of Commerce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .B North Dakota Farm 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. . . .525-527 540-542 Northland Buildings, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .716 Northstar Agri Industries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .190 Northstar Steel, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .223 Northwest Tire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .446-446B-446C Norwood Sales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .426-431 440-445 Novid Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .730B Novozymes Bioag Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .742-743 NuTech Seed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-9 O Oil Transfer Systems LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .726 OK Tire Store . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .486-487 Outback Guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .695-696 P Peterson Farms Seed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .231 Pifers Auction & Realty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .J Pillar Lasers Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .692-694 Plains Grain & Agronomy LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .664-665 PM AG Sources, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .494-495 PowerRich Corporation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .235-236 Poynter’s Ag Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .277-300 Prairie Ag Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .675 Prairie Ag Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .725 Prairie Grain systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .287 Prairie Supply, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .290-291 Prairie Truck Equipment . 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Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .528-539 SunOpta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .446b SunPrairie Grain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .305 Superior, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Swanston Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .691(Pius Outside Syngenta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .731-733 T Team Electronics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .266-267 The Airseeder Hopper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .483 The Foam Depot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 The Insulation Place LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Titan Machinery . . . . . . . . .53-55 86-88 93-95 126-128 M19-M20 TJ Technologies, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .734 Tough-T Mfg., Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .464-465 Town & Country Credit Union . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .242 Trees on the Move, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L6 Truck Utilities-ND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .193-195 Twister Pipe Ltd. c/o AGI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .707-708 U U S Durum Growers Association . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .680 U.S.A. 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Packers add to beef quality

Part 1 of a 2-part series

By Miranda Reiman

Anyone who thinks ranchers and feeders are the only ones who work long hours in the beef business has not talked with a foodservice distributor or thought about a chef burning the midnight oil. Anyone who thinks beef quality only rides on the production sector’s shoulders has not toured a packing plant or learned about aging and cut shops. There are real people at every link along the beef chain, working to add value, ensure safety and make sure the meat that starts on the farm or ranch gets sold at the price point consumers demand. During a Certified Angus Beef LLC tour of ranch country last fall, foodservice professionals made a stop at the Cargill Meat Solutions plant in Fort

Morgan, Colo. “After the ranch visits [the attendees] were bubbling over with excitement about the down-to-earth, passionate people they met — and when we got to the packing plant, we found the same type of people,” says Deanna WaReiman lenciak, CAB director of marketing and leader of that excursion. “That made such an impression. “Seeing every step is so important so they truly understand what an amazing and efficient business the packing plant is. To see the overwhelming amount of skilled work it takes to get it from animal to meat,” Walenciak says. Packers also have a great influence on the quality of the cattle that come into their plants, and the beef that goes out. South Dakota rancher Rich Blair once complained to a packer-buyer, say-

ing producers are never told what kind of animal packers want. “He said, ‘Yeah we have. We’ve laid our grids out there. We’ve told you what we wanted.’” “And I thought, ‘Holy smokes, he did,’” Blair says. “He told me he didn’t care if they were blue or green, but he’ll pay me if they grade Choice and he’ll pay me if they’re CABs and Primes.” Procurement strategies and price signals tell producers they want quality, but once the ranchers and feeders have set them up for success, it’s up to the packers to maintain that potential. “You only get one chance to handle them right,” says Phil Bass, CAB meat scientist. Animal handling when the cattle arrive — things like letting them rest and not comingling groups so they have to establish new pecking orders — can impact stress level. That ultimately makes a difference in the number of dark cutters and meat tenderness. Chilling is important for food safety, Bass says, so packers have to do it

quickly, but not too quickly. If they do, a phenomena known as “cold shortening” can cause the muscle to contract, and that hurts tenderness, too. “Then probably one of the most important steps is assigning the right grades on the carcasses when they get to the sales cooler,” says Bass. “When somebody buys a piece of Choice beef, it better really be Choice.” From a packer, beef can take different paths to the consumer, to a further processor, distributor, or directly to retail. People load the trucks; drivers make sure beef is kept at the right temperature until delivery; processors take great care in aging it. Ranchers depend on hundreds of people to make sure their product shines on its final stage: the plate. Editor’s Note: Reiman is the industry information assistant director for Certified Angus Beef LLC. Reach her at MReiman@certifiedangusbeef.com or 308-784-2294.

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“Always on” for team beef

Part 2 of a 2-part series

By Miranda Reiman

Cattlemen would no doubt get paid less for their product if they didn’t have dedicated foodservice distributors on their side. Not only do these people need to correctly assess demand, they must help create it. They work on education and menu creation, they help smaller restaurants figure pricing and in general provide a lot of support. They also age meat and do further trimming and packaging work for all those who don’t cut their steaks in house. When a rancher has had a long day weaning calves, he might be surprised to know his beef counterpart in the nearest urban center has kept similar hours. Take Dennis Hendrickson, district sales manager for Sysco-Boston. He’s often on the road as the sun comes up

and continues that trail until all of his customers are taken care of. “We carry [14,000] to 15,000 line items for next-day delivery,” he explains. “It’s highly probable at least one thing is going to go wrong. Whether the chef forgets to order it, you didn’t punch it in right, we were out of stock on it — which doesn’t happen very often, but it’s reality. My wife used to say, ‘Do you ever have a time when something doesn’t go wrong?’” Fridays get busy as restaurant operators realize what they’re running short on for the weekend. Salespeople often get panicked calls when chefs find themselves out of staple items. Hendrickson says the mantra among his team is, “We are right here Mr. Customer. Our job is to make sure you have every product you need to service your customer.” That’s only part of their role. Hendrickson says his clientele relies on him to provide expertise on where the market is going, to help explain new cuts and develop menu items.

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“A lot of them are chief cooks and bottle washers, operators that are trying to make it,” he says. The stats are bleak — only two out of 10 restaurants do make it. But if Hendrickson has his way, that’ll change. He’s convinced that getting his customers to treat their beef purchases like an insurance policy is one way. “Do you know what the most expensive cost in a restaurant is?” he asks. “An empty seat. Once Friday night is closed down, you take all those empty seats and you can’t get those sales back.” Paying another 50 cents to $1 more than Choice beef is worth it for a premium product. “The more they get educated, they realize, ‘We have to serve good beef.’ I can charge $1 to $2 more to the customer, but it’ll get them in my restaurant,” Hendrickson says. Hendrickson’s “always on” hours aren’t the only thing he has in common with ranchers. He also feels a strong calling for his chosen profession.

At 15, he started as a dishwasher at a seafood restaurant. He worked his way through high school and a business management degree at Merrimac College. At 21, new degree in hand, Hendrickson continued his education at the school of hard knocks, helping in a family business and starting his own bar and grill. After major family health issues, Hendrickson sold The Usual Pub and Grill, but today it’s like he’s the manager of 350 restaurants. Hendrickson wants to change that reality from two in 10 restaurants surviving to at least three in 10. He also wants to keep his suppliers in business. “We have to work so that the [ranchers] of this world — their craft gets noticed,” he says. Editor’s Note: Reiman is the industry information assistant director for Certified Angus Beef LLC. Reach her at MReiman@certifiedangusbeef.com or 30 8-784-2294.


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Hay rustling

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More thefts separating farmers from their chaff ■

By Jack Healy

New York Times News Service

DENVER — Across the heartland, ranchers, farmers and county sheriffs are grappling with a new scourge: hay rustling. Months of punishing drought and grass fires have pushed the price of hay, grain and other animal feed to near records, making the golden bales an increasingly irresistible target for thieves. Some steal them for profit. Others are fellow farmers acting out of desperation, their fields too brown to graze animals and their finances too wrecked to afford enough feed for their cattle. “It’s the economics of the times,” says Jack McGrath, the undersheriff in Colorado’s Weld County, where hay thefts rose to 15 last year from seven in 2011. At Mark Reifenrath’s farm in northern Colorado, the thieves struck at night. Two men driving a stolen pickup opened an unguarded farm gate by the side of the road, rolled into Reifenrath’s alfalfa field and headed toward their quarry: 800-pound square bundles of freshly cut hay. They set to work that October night, hefting two bales onto a flatbed trailer.

They might have gotten more, but an employee happened by and noticed flashlight beams bouncing around in the darkness. Something was up. He yelled out, and the men disappeared into a patch of cattails, leaving behind a half-loaded trailer. “Maybe it’s not the crime of the century, but it affects us,” Reifenrath says. Sheriffs in rural counties in Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska and Oklahoma say the spike in hay thefts is part of a broader rise in agricultural crime. California’s farmers have grappled recently with growing thefts of grapes, beehives and avocados, and sheriffs say high prices of scrap metal have made agricultural machinery — whether it works or not — an appealing target. Dubious online merchants are selling feed to farmers, but never delivering. On the range, wire fences are being clipped to allow interloping herds to poach grazing land. Most thieves make off with less than a ton of hay — about $200 to $300 worth, depending on the quality. But on Labor Day in Wellington, Colo., thieves hotwired a front-end loader and stole enough hay from Conrad T. Swanson’s ranch to fill the flatbed trailer of a semi. “It’s not like someone was just driving by and took enough to feed a horse,” Swanson says.

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왖 Bales of alfalfa are dusted with snow on a field east of Park River, N.D. could do little to prevent the thefts or catch the culprits. Most of the hay is nipped at night along remote roads, from fields and barns hundreds of yards from the nearest home. Because one bundle of hay tends to look like every other one, once a bale is stolen, reclaiming it is harder than finding a needle in a — well, nevermind. To ward off the hay thieves, farmers are padlocking their gates and painting their bales with their brands. Some are splicing their hay with ribbons that mark their ownership. In Tillman County, Okla., hay thefts became so rampant that Sheriff Bobby Whittington decided to lay a trap. He bugged a bale in a particularly theftprone field with a global positioning

system unit and waited, sure that thieves would strike. Sure enough, his phone rang one night last March with the news that the tracking device was on the move. The sheriff hopped into his car and headed toward the signal. When he reached it, he found his culprits, and the bugged bale. Pulling them over, he says, he told the driver, “We need to talk about that hay bale you’ve got there.” The men were belligerent at first, Whittington says, until he explained how he had tracked them down. Before being arrested, the driver offered a plea. “He just hung his old head and said, ‘Can I take it back?’” Whittington says. “And I said, ‘No.’”

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Ag Systems Inc.

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Ag Systems Inc. was founded more than 47 years ago by Dick Lenz. Within that time, Ag Systems has built a reputation of being a leading manufacturer of anhydrous ammonia equipment, liquid applicators, pulltype spreaders, nurse tanks and the legendary Brute bumper. In addition, Ag Systems is the oldest distributor for the Case application equipment line, covering Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin and the upper peninsula of Michigan. Furthermore, Ag Systems also carries the Layco in-plant equipment line, Snyder tanks, New Leader products and a wide variety of parts for the fertilizer industry. Ag Systems is headquartered in Hutchinson, Minn., and has locations in Manvel, N.D., Mitchell, S. D., and Deforest, Wis.

Atom-Jet Group first began operations on Aug. 8, 1962 under the banner Atom-Jet Industries. W.A. (Wally) Coburn, along with his two sons Clare and Jim, began a legacy of innovation with a new design of humidifiers for furnaces, setting a precedent for the future. The Coburns founded the company with a vision of creativity, quality workmanship and fair dealings — a philosophy still embraced in the organizations today. This effective strategy quickly developed Atom-Jet as a dependable resource, synonymous with success within the community of Brandon, Manitoba. In 1965, Atom-Jet Industries acquired Precision Machining, utilizing this service for its humidifiers, but also to satisfy a growing need of manual ma-

chining within the area. On Jan. 31, 1967, a fire destroyed the building, forcing the brothers to reevaluate their future. This resulted in Jim moving on, while Clare decided to forge ahead and continue the family business. Only five months later, in June of 1967, Atom-Jet Industries was rebuilt and re-opened for business and today remains in its original location. In the late 1970s, Atom-Jet Industries took another step in expansion as it began production of sprockets. This required the addition of CNC Machining capabilities, which solidified the Machining & Advanced Manufacturing Division. Fast forward to the early 1990s — Clare Coburn was looking to expand once again into manufacturing. This eventually came to fruition as a result of the revolutionary zero-till seeding technique newly adopted in Canada. Atom-Jet launched into the production of seed openers and pioneered it with the addition of carbide for strength and durability — a method now common within the agricultural industry.

In the past 20 years, the agriculture division has enjoyed international growth and is now represented in Canada, the U.S., Australia, Russia and Ukraine. This division also embodies Atom-Jet Group’s corporate vision of leadership through innovation. The research and development team within this department has collaborated to launch seven new products to market in a five-year timeline. As a result, the custom brazing carbide application division emerged and flourished, now providing solutions to a varied group of industries including oil and gas, and mining. Craig Senchuk and Barry LaRocque applied their personal experience in finance and mechanical applications to fast track the organization, guided by Clare’s vision and strong values. As a result, Atom-Jet Group has realized unprecedented growth and has been recognized as one of Manitoba’s Top 50 fastest growing companies in the past decade. In 2009, Atom-Jet Group added a new BIOS: See Page 17

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Continued from Page 16 division to its portfolio focused on the mobility of disabled individuals — the AJILity Lift. This unique product helps heavy machine operators and farmers continue their employment — another innovative step to differentiate the organization. Finally in 2011, Atom-Jet Group made its largest acquisition in Glendale Industries. This 34,000-square-foot manufacturing facility offers a line of services that is an ideal complement to the other divisions of Atom-Jet Group. Established in 1984, the plant offers structural steel fabrication, industrial waste handling equipment and hydrovac truck manufacturing, coupled with all other welding services. Glendale Industries Powder Coating is also onsite providing industrial sandblasting and a full-service paint facility. Today, Atom-Jet Group is proud to provide employment to nearly 100 skilled trades and senior management in its community. The organization is committed to corporate responsibility, supporting a number of causes, coupled with direct involvement in various boards and foundations. The divisions of Atom-Jet Group hold multiple certifications including CWB, COR, CTEA, ISO 9001-2008 and CRN. See us at the KMOT Ag Expo, Dahlgren Sunflower Hall, Booth 479.

Bench Industries

Bench Industries is the leader in modular air screen machines in the northwest. Bench Industries modular air seed cleaner machines are very economical and easy to maintain. We offer a variety of machines, including the Mini Seed Cleaner, to choose from and our basic units have the same heavy-duty construction as our larger units. Maintenance on our equipment is simple. Based in Great Falls, Mont., Bench Industries has the knowledge and experience to assist you with all of your grain cleaning needs. Custom designed machines built to your specifications are available. For information, call 406-727-6514 or 1-800-977-6514 or email info1@benchindustries.com.

Birdsall Grain & Seed LLC, “A Farmers Seed Company,” specializes in seed sales and custom seed cleaning. We strive to provide the top varieties in barley, durum, flax, spring wheat, peas and winter wheat.

Diamond Equipment

Fair Manufacturing’s Snocrete snow blowers feature an efficient singlestage design that requires less horsepower, has fewer moving parts and is more resilient to foreign objects than comparable two-stage designs. Each fan features bolt-on replaceable ice chopper bars and shear pin protection. Chopper bar design breaks up snow at the cutting edges for an easy feed unlike other single-stage designs that tunnel into hard packed snow higher up and don’t break up snow and ice at the cutting edges. With auto chain lubrication, Snocrete snow blowers are designed with the end user in mind, saving time and money.

Fillbrandt’s Bigg Dogg Agg

Originally started in 1964 as a machine shop, Diamond has always been associated with quality and precision truck equipment. It was a natural spin off in the 60s, since no one in the area offered this service. From frame stretching, adding axles, shortening and reinforcing boxes and hoists to custom fabrication, our work can be seen as far away as Alaska, Quebec, Connecticut and Tampa, Fla. We pride ourselves on taking on the tough projects and making them work for the customer. During the past 47 years, we have seen the farm economy go from a 13.5foot box and hoist up to a 22-foot triaxle truck or 42-foot grain trailer. Diamond is proud to represent the Jet Grain Trailer, the best trailer around. Diamond offers a full repair and installation shop, offering certified steel and aluminum welding, a full paint facility and body shop facility, so if you need a complete rebuild or restoration, we can handle it. Four generations later, Diamond still stands for quality and very competitive prices. If you are in the area, stop in. We are only a half a mile off Interstate 94. We stock popular pieces such as dump bodies, farm bodies, tag axles, grain trailers, bale beds, gooseneck bodies, pickup accessories, truck hoists, cranes, service bodies, roll tarps and a large selection of used equipment and trucks. Please take time to visit with us at the show or contact us any time: 1-800-5265507 or diamondequipment@qwest.net.

Fillbrandt’s Bigg Dogg Agg is an independent business owner with Conklin Co., specializing in utilizing the AgroVantage System. We do crop consulting in Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota specializing in wheat production, but do whole farms with multiple crops on them, including gardens. We also have the Sharpshooter Liquid Shoe to apply liquid fertilizer precisely and safely with no-till air seeders, including John Deere and Case/IH seeders. This year, we will also have Conklin’s Automotive products available for purchase at the KMOT show, including Rust Bomb, Lube Oil, Fuel Mate, Diesel Plus, and Dike. Information: 218-7900013 or biggdogg@bigdogag.com.

Lorrich Industries

The leader in welded steel hopper bins, Lorrich Industries Inc. offers diversified sizes and capacities, ranging from 125 to 6,000 bushels. Superior construction techniques combined with meticulous preparation and application of industrial coatings

ensure decades of practical and cosmetic service for your operation. The bins are 100 percent weatherproof, with all the seams welded and no assembly required. The ring-stand design eliminates stress points. The design also includes a 24-inch, remote-controlled, latch-lock fill hole. Many other features make these bins industry leaders. For more information, contact Lorrich Industries Inc. at 9265 highway 89, Cavalier, N.D. 58220 or call 701-549-3333.

Meridian Manufacturing Group

Meridian Manufacturing Group builds products for customers who require a better solution for bulk storage and handling. These products make work easier, safer, save time and add value to business operations. Meridian manufactures products for agribusiness, the oil and gas industry and industrial processing. Meridian started almost 50 years ago with the innovative, all-welded, smoothwall hopper bin. The applications for these tanks soon expanded from fertilizer and grain to include meal products, liquid products, sand, plastics, flour, concrete and hundreds of bulk commodities. In 1985, Meridian developed the bulk seed tender and now has the largest variety of bulk seed tenders in North America. Meridian tenders are designed to help farmers spend less time filling and more time planting. Farmers depend on the speed, safety and cost savings of Meridian’s bulk seed tender. Meridian manufactures double-wall fuel tanks, which dealers and customers alike agree are the No. 1 tank available. We help customers grow, expand and protect the environment at the same time. Meridian is a large manufacturer of a variety of oilfield tanks for oil and gas customers who set high standards in a highly scrutinized industry. With all of our products, Meridian is committed to creating lasting customer relationships. Our teams are determined to innovate continually and set a high standard of product quality, workmanship and customer service. Experience what makes Meridian better. BIOS: See Page 18


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M&M Ag Sales and Service

Stop by booth 751 and 752 to visit with Wayne at M&M Ag Sales and Service regarding your livestock equipment needs. In business since 1980, M&M specializes in your livestock equipment needs. Some of the lines the company handles include Common Sense Manufacturing, Ranchers Welding, Double J Manufacturing, For-Most and Silencer hydraulic squeeze chutes. The company also handles scales for livestock, chutes and trucks. Contact Wayne at 701-471-8799.

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the market that met his needs. They are in their ninth year of manufacturing the Spout with more than 2,000 satisfied customers in Canada, the United States and New Zealand. The Never Spill Spout is easy to install; it is attached to the discharge end of the grain auger just like any other auger spout. It fits augers from 8 to 16 inches. The NSS is placed about 2 to 4 feet into the grain bin from the top of the bin. Once the grain reaches the bottom of the spout, the grain pushes a sensor switch and an alarm alerts the operator that the bin is full. Once the alarm is on, continued filling results in the grain flowing out the side of the NSS, preventing plugging of the auger and giving the operator time to shut down the auger. The NSS comes with a 12-volt halogen night light placed at the discharge end of the auger. This light is very convenient for night operation when moving the auger to a different bin. It also serves as a check to ensure that the system is energized. The NSS system is 12 volt, and plugs into the standard seven-prong outlet of tractors. For older tractors without the outlet, we can supply the seven-prong receptacle to be permanently installed on the tractor. This system ensures that no additional batteries have to be bought, charged and maintained. The Never Spill Spout eliminates the need for individual bin fill indicators. From a safety perspective, farmers using the Never Spill Spout will never have to climb high bin ladders to visually check grain levels, no more spilling grain or plugging augers. Although the inventors are distributing through a dealer network, most of their sales have been through word of mouth. Check out the website: www.neverspillspout.com and visit them during the KMOT Ag Expo in the Western Ag Service Hall, Booth 218.

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Continued from Page 18 utilities. Always call before you dig. It’s fast, easy and it is also the law. Website service also is available: www.ndonecall.com. Stop by our booth in Minot for more information or call 1800-795-0555 or 811.

Pulse USA

Pulse USA and Lallamend are sponsoring the Importance Of Silage Inoculation Seminar, featuring “The Silage Doctor” Bob Charley. The seminar will be held daily from 10 to 11 a.m. at the KMOT Ag Expo in Minot Jan. 23 through 25 in the Seminar Room. Attend the seminar to register for an IPad (drawing held at the close of the final seminar — need not be present to win).

Scott’s Manufacturing LLC

Shur-Co LLC introduces its newest generation in SMARTrailer technology — the SMART2 transmitter. The most advanced remote of its kind in the tarping industry, the SMART2 can operate more than 100 different devices, including Shur-Co’s 4500 Series HD electric tarp and ProTrap electric hopper door openers. It senses and displays all of your devices at a range of more than 100 feet, relaying real-time positioning, from 0 to 100 percent, open or closed, of your trailer’s electric tarp and hopper traps. In express mode operation, just press and release the button to automatically open or close your tarp or trap, stopping at the precise position set by you. This is truly SMART touch technology. See all of Shur-Co’s SMARTrailer accessories in action at our lobby booths 3 and 4 at the KMOT Ag Expo. For more details, visit www.shurco.com, call Shur-Co in Fargo, N.D., at 877-8684488, or see a Shur-Co dealer near you.

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There is no better built snowblower on the market! Backed by a 2 year limited warranty! EZ Cover Remote Bin Cap No more climbing grain bins to open or close the cap! • Cable operated spring loaded latch and hinge • Comes Complete with 30' of 1/8" cable and hardware • Can be set in vent position for aeration fans • Heavy mounting rings makes installation very easy • Four sizes available 18" - 24" - 27" - 32"

Rock Lift Clear your land of those buried rocks that break up your expensive equipment. • Heavy duty 3pt. hitch • Fits CAT III & III N quick hitch, CAT II pins also available • Jack stands • 2" X 6" Teeth • 1 1/2" X 4" Hook • 3" X 8 " Cylinder • Horse power rating, 100 - 200 • Tooth length 32" • 10" between teeth • Working depth 24"

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12150 70th St N Felton, MN 56536-9301 Stop by Scott’s Manufacturing LLC to check out Scott’s S3 NH3 tank winch and hitch system that was designed for easy installation, safety, long life and enough power to pull even the biggest anhydrous tanks. Another new great product to market is the express hitch. Listening to farmers’ feedback, we have designed a product that will allow you to quickly and safely attach trailers, wagons, tanks or anything else you pull with your pickup. See us at booth E31 or visit our website :www.scottsmfg.com.

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Office: 218-287-7734 Toll Free: 888-828-6784

Building the largest, most efficient self-propelled sprayers in the industry is the focus of Sprayflex Sprayers from Detroit Lakes, Minn. Tank size varies from 1,450 to 3,150 gallons and boom sizes from 100 to 180 feet. The time-proven, mid-mount suspension boom can be built to meet any size operation. Aluminum all bolted box construction boom makes it the lightest and toughest boom on the market and can also be adapted to other styles of chassis. Sprayflex also offers retrofit booms for most existing brands of sprayers.

The most economical solution to road construction and maintenance. Perma-zyme works great on yards, drive ways, parking lots, landing strips, and any other areas that require a solid base.

Learn More at KMOT Ag Expo Booth 460-416.

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Meridian has a full lineup of storage and handling products, built with you in mind. For all your on-farm needs and to learn more, visit www.MeridianMFG.com.

Š 2013 Meridian Manufacturing Inc. Registered Trademarks Used Under License.


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2003 Ingersoll Rand 843 telehandler fork lift, $33,000. 605-380-4418

2000 Mustang Skid steer loader 2050, 530hrs, includes forks and dirt teeth. 24ft DCT tilt bed trailer, heavy duty, sold as unit, $22,000 Call 605-380-4418 John Deere 3 Yard 544J bucket, and hydraulic quick tach cupplers, cutting edge 90%, $4,950. 605-380-7740 Case W20 loader, Quick tach bucket and forks, 2 hydraulics, tight pins, nice condition, $20,000. 605-881-0314. SKIDLOADERS & ATTACHMENTS: 2007 New Holland L190, Cab, Heat, AC, 2 Spd, Hydraulic Detach, Rear Weight Kit, Bucket, 690 Hours, $32,000. 2007 L170, Cab, Heat, Hydraulic Detach, New Tires, New Engine, New 66” Bucket, $19,500. Bobcat 310, 16HP, 2 Spd, 700 Hours with 3 Buckets, $2,900. New 74” Renegeade Snowblower, Can Handle 14-22 Gal/Minute Pump, $4,750. Demo - 84” Loftness High Flow, Like New, $4,900. Manure Bucket w/ Teeth & Grapple Fork, 72”, $2,200. 8ft Blade for Skidloader Will Angle or Tilt, $2,000. Pallet Forks, $700. Bale Spears, 1 Prong or 2 Prong, $400. Call 605-498-5432 2008 John Deere 320 Skidsteer, 2000 lb. lift, Cab, Heat, A/C, only 2200 hours. Priced to Sell! Bryce 605-216-7785

INDUSTRIAL/ CONSTRUCTION For Sale: 863 Bobcat skid steer, cabin heat, 7ft bucket, hydraulics have all been gone thru, tires are poor-fair, $11,500. 605-212-2370 Skidsteer For Sale: Mustang 2054 with Cab Heat & Radio, Low Hours, Very Nice unit, works in all conditions, has VTS Track System on now, or you could put wheels back on, your choice. Call 605-290-0362 Mustang Skidsteer For Sale: Mustang 2054 Cab Heat, Been A Good One, 1750lb Lift, Runs Good & Ready to Go to Work! Call 605-290-0362 Ditching Equipment & Business For Sale in Red River Valley. For More Info Call 218-242-7680 2001 Case RBX 561 round baler, 8,800 bales, net wrap, double twine, floatation tires, hydraulic pick up, 1,000 PTO, only baled alfalfa and never been in rocks, always shedded, mint condition. New Holland 1475 mower conditioner with 16 ft 2300 series header, 1000 RPM pump, only cut alfalfa, never in rocks, always maintained and parked inside. Excellent condition and field ready. Near Aberdeen. 605-396-7418 96 JD 544G Payloader, Nice Shape, 6500 Hours, Auxiliary Hydraulics, Quick Coupler, Nice 2½ Yard Bucket, Good Cab, Joystick Controls, Nice Paint & Stickers, 120HP Turbo Diesel, 4 Speed Transmission, Well Maintained, Strong Loader! $49,000/Offer. Call 701-318-2086, Delivery Possible 94 CASE 621B Payloader, Nice Shape, Auxiliary Hydraulics, Quick Coupler, 2½ Yard Bucket, 124HP Turbo Cummins Diesel, Allison 4 Speed Transmission, Good Cab, Strong Loader! $39,000/Offer. Call 701-318-2086, Delivery Possible

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

INDUSTRIAL/ CONSTRUCTION For Sale: NH LS180 skid loader, 2 speed, open station, 2200 hrs, 3rd valve, $12,500. 605-690-4293 Skidsteer For Sale Case 75XT, OROPS, only 2200 hrs, very clean and well kept, model year 2001, call 605-290-0362 FOR SALE: Parts for a 26B Case loader, 5 yard bucket. 605-894-4434 or 605-680-3059

FOR SALE BY OWNER: 2007 FORD EXPEDITION EL Eddie Bauer V.8 Fully loaded, new tires, extra-long, trailer tow Class III. Clean $15,500; 109,523 miles 605-883-4795 2001Chevy Suburban 4WD, Dark Green, Astro Start, Heated Leather, Power Everything, Good Tires, $3950 Call 605-216-1320 Cadillac CTS 2003, black, 127,000 miles, new tires, chrome rims, very good condition. $7,500. 605-448-2635 or 605-290-2443 Mercury Sable LS 2005, low miles, below book, 4 door, loaded, leather, sun roof, new tires, $8,995. 605-380-5631 Aberdeen.

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CHEVY ‘08 Trailblazer LT, loaded, new tires, excellent condition. $11,900 OBO. Call 605-450-0931

Fits any manufacture of bucket, attach and detach in minutes. 4,000 lb. capacity

2005 Chevrolet Tahoe Z71, quad, leather seats, sun roof, DVD, fully loaded, 108,000 miles, $10,500. 605-852-2850

Retail: $1,050.00 SALE: $700.00

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2004 Chevy Suburban LT, Fully Loaded, Leather, 2nd Row Bucket Seats, DVD, Remote Start, 123K Miles, $12,500. Call 605-380-7325 For Sale 2004 Chevy Impala LS, 3.8 engine, 78,000 miles, $7,000 OBO. 2002 Grand Prix GT, 68,000 miles, $5,900 OBO. Both cars are loaded with every option and like new tires. 507-227-9265 2000 Formula Z 700, 2891 mi, $2000. 2002 MXZ Renigade 700, 2190 mi, $2,700. 605-380-4473

2007 Cadillac Escalade ESV loaded, 6.2 L, black exterior/interior, Nav, backup camera, heated/cooled leather seats, heated steering wheel, factory 22” rims, sunroof, 2 TV/Dvds, power lift gate, tow package, MSRP over 70K, NAD 30K, Asking $29K OBO. 605-290-9126 2002 Skidoo Summit 800, 155” track, 2” paddle, nice condition, $3,250. 1998 Arctic Cat Powder Special 600, 136” track, 1 1/2” Paddle, excellent condition, $2,500. 1998 Yamaha SRX 700, runs good, nice condition, $1,600. 605-881-0314 2010 Yamaha Grizzly 450, auto 4x4, w/IRS & diff lock, camo color, 120 miles, 10 hours, mint cond. 2010 Aluma trailer 5’3”x8’, high sides, plus spare & duo fold ramp. $7000. 605-228-5727

FOR SALE 2011 Keystone Cougar 5th Wheel Camper

Asking $25,5000. X Lite 27 SAB, great floorplan, tow hitch. Sleeps 8, two adult size bunks, queen master bedroom, dining table folds down and blow-up hide-abed. Minimally used, stove, oven, bunk beds and hidea-bed never used. Lots of storage, pantry, microwave, TV, stereo and DVD. Has an outside range and sink. 5th wheel pivot hitch. Xlite camper easily towed with 1500 pick-up. Super slide out and electric awning. MUST SEE unit, very clean and NEW condition. Motivated to sell. Reasonable offers will be considered. More information & pictures - contact 701-320-8239 or 701-793-3916. 2004 Honda 4x4, Foreman 450 ES, $3500. Call 218-790-7282 2010 Cherokee Gray Wolf 26ft, large slide out, mint condition, nicely equipped, will consider trade, priced to sell before spring, will store, $14,500. 605-486-4697

2001 Polaris XC800, very good condition, $2000. 1997 Polaris 440 XC, low miles, very nice condition, $1300. 605-237-4323 2009 AC M1000 SP 153 lots of extras, great condition, 2400 miles, $6,500. Call 605-228-1998 Mornings Ford 2002 Explorer XLT, 4x4, 4.6V8, 3rd seat, Auto Start, newer tires, serviced, $4,250 605-252-2213 07 Arctic Cat M8, good condition, lots of extras, $6,500 OBO. 605-380-0647

2009 Stoughton 40’ Grain Trailer with Electric roll tarp, aluminum wheels, all updates, black in color, $24,000. 605-467-1492

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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

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Used Trailers & Trucks

1984 Timpte 42’x96”x66” Spring Ride, Electric Tarp & Electric Trap Openers 1992 Timpte 42’x96”x66” Air Ride, Electric Tarp & Electric Trap Openers 1997 Timpte 42’x96”x78” Spring Ride 1997 Ford Truck-Sterling, 10 Spd., 3406 Cat Engine, Wet Kit 1999 Wilson 41’x96”x72” Spring Ride 1999 Merritt 43’x96”x80” Air Ride 2012 Jet Side Dump Tandem Axle 2013 Jet Side Dump Triple Axle 2013 Jet Hopper 40’x96”x70” Air Ride More Coming In!

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

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701-543-4040 Fax 701-543-4044

1992 Chevy Blazer S10, 4 door, 4x4, runs great, very little rust, 140k, $2,100. 605-486-4697

Stephen, MN • 218-455-3341

2008 GU 713 8950 K, MP8, 415C hp, 2009 Volvo VNL64T630 FC2811 Volvo D16, Fuller 13 speed, 500 HP, 218" WB, Sleeper, Air ride

10 spd, Rear Ratio 3.94, 18,000# front and 44,000# rear’s, 2 pusher axles, WB 266” , 19” Benson Aluminum Box. PRICED TO SELL!

Areas Authorized Baldwin Filter Distributor

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

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A4 AGWEEK/Monday, January 21, 2013

2003 Chevrolet K3500, Regular Cab Dually, 6.6 Duramax Diesel, Allison Automatic Transmission, 146,000 miles, Has BMW Elite Bed with a 5th wheel hitch, Grill guard, running boards, in very good condition, $16,500. 605-290-3323 or 605-225-5040 2001 Freightliner XL Classic with ISM Cummins, 425 HP, 13 speed, has a 3 month old Aulick 22’ grain silage combo box, all air ride, Harsh hoist, air PTO, air controls, call for more information. 1992 Freightliner FLD 120, Detroit 60 series, 350 HP, has a 8LL transmission, has a 3 month old Aulick 22’ grain silage combo box, all air ride, Harsh hoist, air PTO, air controls. Air conditioning works on both trucks. Drive them anywhere. Call 605-695-9687

2000 Peterbilt 379, 6NZ Cat 475 hp, Jake, 10 spd, 3:90’s, 220 wb, a/r cab & suspension, new 11R24.5’s, all alum’s, Holland a/s 5th, recent cam, head, turbo & injectors, 624,000 miles. Excellent truck & completely gone through.

2002 Kenworth W900L, 6NZ Cat 550 hp, Jake, 18 spd, 3:70 ratio, 245 wb, VIT Interior, dual cleaners & exhaust, full gauge package, Holland a/s 5th, ½ fenders, new Virgin 11R24.5’s, all aluminum’s, all new injectors, new transmission & clutch, 702,000 miles. Very clean & hard to find!

2000 Freightliner FLD120SD, 12.7L 500 hp, Jake, 10 spd, air ride cab & suspension, 200 wb, dual exhaust, all aluminum’s, excellent 24.5’s, new clutch, full locker, 515,000 miles. Clean southern truck.

Livebottom Trailers for Rent/Sale

Aulick, 2008-2013, 42'-51', Air Ride Call for Month or Yearly Rates A & T Sales, LLC Breckenridge, MN. Chris, 701-640-4933

Your Authorized Aulick Dealer

FOR SALE: 28' Van Trailer with (2) 2500 gal poly tanks & 3" pump & plumbing, two 30 gallon mixing cones; $9,500. Photos can be emailed upon request. 218-478-4148 1994 Ford F150 4x4 Super Cab, Short Box. 351-V8, Auto Trans. Recently Rebuilt Trans. LUND! Fiberglass Sun Visor & Running Boards. Box Rails, Very Good Tires. 116K Miles, Aluminum Wheels. $2,895. Call 605-290-1334

2003 Freightliner Columbia, 12.7L 500 hp, Jake, 10 spd, air ride cab & suspension, excellent 22.5’s, steel wheels, 171 wb, a/s 5th wheel, new clutch, 432,000 miles. Very clean truck.

2003 Peterbilt 385, 6NZ Cat 475 hp, Jake, 10 spd, 4:11’s, full locking rears, all aluminum rims, 14,600 lb front, 11R22.5 Vigins, flex air suspension, new 22' Reiten box, dual rear controls, rear pintle & receiver hitch, LED lights, 426,000 miles. Very nice truck!

2013 Merritt alum. 40’x96”x 68” ag hoppers, LEDs, sight windows, roll tarp, 11R24.5 Virgins. 2013 PLG steel 36’x96”x66” galvanized ag hopper, LEDs, sight glasses, roll tarp, 24.5LP’s, steel wheels.

For Sale: 2004 33½ ft Timpte grain trailer with 2008 21 ft Timpte pup. Both have 72” sides, ag hoppers, spring ride with steel wheels, 22.5” rubber. Excellent condition, $39,500 OBO for the pair, will separate. Call 605-287-4711 or 605-377-4072. GRAIN TRAILERS FOR RENT 2012 Timpte Grain Trailers Call for monthly, seasonal or yearly rates. Taking reservations for 2013 harvest rentals. T-n-T Trailer Rentals Mitchell, SD 605-940-7318 605-999-8800 For Sale: 2000 Kenworth W900, 3406E Cat, 13 spd, dualed pusher axle, 1.3 million miles, 250,000 on overhaul trans, rear ends gone thru, good truck, road ready, $32,500. Call 701-789-0953 2006, 2007, & 2008 Timpte Grain Trailers, Ag Hoppers, (2) 42ft & (1) 40ft, All 66” Sides, Electric Tarp Openers & Trap Openers, Air Ride & Scale, Stainless Steel Corners & Back, Minimizer Fenders on Two of Them/One Without. LP 24.5 Tires with Aluminum Wheels, Low Miles, Farmer Owned, DOT’d. Call 605-770-8192

2000 GMC 6500 Dump truck with 2 year old 9 foot Boss V snow plow, 10 ft. box, 7 1/2 cu.yds, Allison Auto trans, 135,000 miles, excellent condition, $ 18,000 OBO GVW 25,000 lbs. 605-520-5316 1979 Chevy C70 tandem axle grain truck, 1 owner. 1980 Chevy C70 tandem axle grain truck, air brakes, air tag axle, Wheatheart hydraulic drill fill. Both trucks are in excellent condition, recent motors, and always shedded. Choice at $12,500. Call 605-895-2623 evenings leave message. For Sale: Dakota Steel double hopper, spring ride, all steel wheels, 42’, tarp, $10,000 OBO, nice clean trailer. 507-828-8998

Recent Large Purchase of Daycabs including Autoshift Trans. SPECIAL PRICING - CALL

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 $29,900.00

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, ONLY $21,900.00

2001 Freightliner FL70, Single axle, Cummins Power, 250HP, 9 speed, white, like new 100,000 original easy miles. Perfect condition $16,500.00

KLEIN’S TRUCK SALES Dennis Klein • Rugby, N.D.

701-776-5922 www.kleinstrucksales.com

For Sale 2006 Freightliner Columbia Midroof XT, 14 liter Detroit 13 speed, 700,000 miles, $32,000 OBO. 2005 Freightliner Columbia Midroof XT C-15 Cat,475 HP 13 speed, 725,000 miles, $32,000 OBO. 2007 Freightliner Columbia Midroof XT 14 liter Detroit 13 speed, rebuilt rear ends and tranny 1,000,000 miles, $28,000 OBO. 2003 Freightliner Classic XL midroof 12.7 Detroit $28,000 OBO. All nice trucks still running Cal every week, all current DOT’s. Call 605-690-2580

AUTOSHIFT

907 2nd Ave. W., West Fargo 701-371-9693 - Cell 701-282-3707 - Office (2) - 2004 Freightliner 120 Columbia Daycab, Cat C-12, 10 spd, 3:73 ratio, Jake, cruise, tilt/tel wheel, air ride cab & susp, new cap tires, excellent steer rubber, new brakes, 1 w/14L Detroit, 170 WB 2005 Freightliner Columbia, Daycab, 14L Detroit 490 HP, Jake 10 spd, OD 3:70 cruise, 170” WB, 100 gal. alum. tanks, clean southern lease, Truck is Immaculate.

2007 Freightliner 120 Columbia Daycab, 14 L Detroit, 500 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

1996 FORD L9000

3176 Caterpillar Engine 240 hp; 238,000 mi; 7 Spd; Hendrickson Suspension; 11-24.5 Tires; All Steel Wheels; 205 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 18,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive; 12' 2 way plow, 11' underbody blade, 15' box, plumbed for pup, Dickey-John DJLCS2000 Electric Spreader, Controls in cab, Hydraulic Tailgate spreader. VIN #A09769. $17,900.

2004 FREIGHTLINER CL12042ST-COLUMBIA 120

12.7 Series 60 Detroit Engine 375 hp; 380,000 mi; 10 Spd; Air Ride Suspension; 22 ft Length; 22.5 LP Tires; Aluminum Wheels; 270 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Rear Dump; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive; $64,900.

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LUCKEN TRUCKS & PARTS Winger, MN • 218-938-4191 www.luckentrucks.com Midwest Welding & Drive

We are a welding and machine shop specializing in drive shaft and PTO repair. Our shop prides itself on great customer service, fair pricing and quality work. Our services include: Welding (Steel & Aluminum), Fuel Tank Repair, Line Boring, Steel & Aluminum Driveshafts, Custom Machining and Parts Sales. We carry a wide variety of Dana Spicer, Rockford and Weasler aftermarket parts. We are located at 4021 Main Ave., Unit G, Fargo, ND 58102 and our number is 701-356-3016, you can also visit us online at midwestweldinganddrive.com

2004 INTERNATIONAL 8600

ISM Cummins Engine 300 hp; 405,109 mi; 10 Spd; Air Ride Suspension; 21 ft Length; 22.5 LP Tires; Aluminum Wheels; 242 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Rear Dump; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive. $59,900.

LUCKEN TRUCKS & PARTS Winger, MN • 218-938-4191 www.luckentrucks.com

2005 Peterbilt 379 48 in Ultracab Unibilt; C-15 Caterpillar Engine 430 hp; 1,010,000 mi; Super 10 Spd; Engine Brake; Pete Flex Air Suspension; 3.55 Ratio; 24.5 Tires; All Aluminum Wheels; 230 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive $30,000 2005 Freightliner M2 MBE4000 Mercedes Engine 450 hp; 302,500 mi; 10 Spd; Engine Brake; Air Ride Suspension; 4.11 Ratio; 22.5 Tires; All Aluminum Wheels; 180 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive $32,000 2007 International 9400i EagleISX Cummins Engine 400 hp; 650,000 mi; 10 Spd OD; Air Ride Suspension; 2.64 Ratio; 22.5 Tires; Aluminum Wheels; 206 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive; $28,500 Qty 2 2007 Volvo VNL64T300 ISX Cummins Engine 450 hp; 473,500 mi; 10 Spd; Engine Brake; Air Ride Suspension; 3.58 Ratio; 22.5 Tires; All Steel Wheels; 170 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive; $34,500 2004 Peterbilt 379 C-15 Caterpillar Engine 475 hp; 996,500 mi; 13 Spd; Engine Brake; Pete Low Air Leaf Suspension; 3.90 Ratio; All Aluminum Wheels; 216 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive; $35,000 Qty 3 2007 Freightliner Columbia 14L Detroit Engine 515 hp; 725,000 mi; Ultrashift; Engine Brake; Air Ride Suspension; 3.58 Ratio; 22.5 Tires; All Aluminum Wheels; 179 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive; $26,000 Qty 2 2007 Freighltiner Century 14L Detroit Engine 515 hp; 705,000 mi; 10spd; Engine Brake; Air Ride Suspension; 3.58 Ratio; 22.5 Tires; All Aluminum Wheels; 179 in Wheelbase; Tandem Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 40,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive; $27,500 1991 International 9300 & 97 Jet Trailer L10 Cummins Engine 330 hp; 850,000 mi; 9 Spd; Air Ride Suspension; 24.5 Tires; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive; Nice little farm truck excellent rubber most has been overhauled; $18,000 for the Pair 1983 Walker Two Compartment Tanker Reyco Suspension; 22.5 Tires; All Steel Wheels; Fixed Tandem Axle; Stainless Steel Composition; 6,500 gal Capacity; 2 Compartments; Insulated; 6500 GALLON TWO COMPARTMENT TAKE DOES NOT LEAK HAS 60-70 BRAKES $13,500 2007 Peterbilt 379 C-13 Caterpillar Engine 430 hp; 491,000 mi; 10 Spd; Engine Brake; Air Ride Suspension; 22.5 Tires; Aluminum Wheels; 171 in Wheelbase; Single Axle; 12,000 lb Front Axle Weight; 21,000 lb Rear Axle Weight; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive;Call

320-239-2677 Starbuck, MN www.meixeltrucksales.com


AGWEEK/Monday, January 21, 2013 A5

New Western Trailers •Belt & Live Floor •Hay Flats •Dropdecks & Flatbeds •Hoppers •Hoppered Flatbeds

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

allstatetrailersales.com 2004 Kenworth W900 550HP, Cat engine, 13 spd, double sleeper, 250WB, excellent condition, $28,000. 2001 FL Century daycab, 12L Detroit, 10 sp, runs good, $12,500. Several 1999 and 2000 T600s, Cat and Cummins, call for information. 45’ tandem axle flatbed trailer, $6500. Call 701-347-5426

For Sale: 1992 IHC 4900 Twin Screw with 72,540 miles. Truck is equipped with DT 466 engine (250 HP), 653 Allison automatic transmission, double frame with 18' Knaphide dump body. Truck is in excellent condition. 1982 IHC 1900 Twin Screw with DT 466 engine (210 HP), 653 Allison automatic transmission, double frame with 18' Knaphide dump body. Truck is in good condition. If interested call 1-701-520-8096

FOR SALE: 2010 Cross Country triple axle belly dumb gravel trailer, factory tarp, tires @ 75%, short seasons; $35,500. 2000 Freightliner Daycab Series 60 Detroit, 13 speed, wet kit w/1999 34' East End Dump, 4 stage head lift hoist, quick down. Truck & trailer in excellent condition; $35,000 for pair or will split. Call Ron @ 701-520-1557 or Larry @ 701-739-1968

2002 SD F350 4x4 crew cab XLT, 7.3L turbo power diesel, 127,000 miles, auto, 5th wheel, power seats/windows, excellent condition. $16,000. 701-232-7596.

Ford Lariat F250 2003, super crew 4 door, white, gray leather interior, 7.3L diesel engine, 5th wheel ball, grill guard, excellent condition. F150 Ford King Ranch 2008, Super crew 4 door, white with pebbled gold, 5.4L gas, 76,000 miles, new tires, 5th wheel ball, grill guard. PRICED TO SELL! Call Marlin Newman Faulkton SD 605-216-4875 leave message

606,000 MILES 1999 Kenworth T800B, Cat C-12, 9 Spd, FET Paid, Alum Wheels, NEW 21' Box, & Hoist, Steerable Pusher, Alum Wheels, Daylight Doors, Virgin Rubber, California Clean, SHARP! $61,900 $59,900

2005 Sterling, Mercedes Engine, 465 HP, 10 Spd, Jake, 3.70 Ratio, Alum Wheels, NEW 21' Box, Hoist, Steerable Pusher, Double Framed, New Rubber, FET Paid. CALL

2006 Freightliner Columbia, Detroit 12.7 Liter, 10 Spd, 455 HP, FET Paid, Air Ride Susp, NEW 21’ Box, Hoist, Roll Tarp, Double Framed. $66,900

•2007 Freightliner Columbia, 70" Condo, 2 pedal ultra shift, can be Daycabbed if wanted. •2006 Century Class Freightliner Daycab, C13 Cat, 430 horse, 10 speed. •2006 Columbia, mid-roof, 435 Mercedes & a 10 speed •2005 Western Star Daycab with wet kit. •1994 IHC 9200 Daycab w/3176 Cat & 9 speed. Call: 701-710-0506 or 701-650-0335 FOR SALE: Two 2010 Custom Built Pups, 24ft Long, 66in Tall, 16ft Long Removable Dollies, Roll Tarps, Ag Hoppers. 1 Black, 1 White. Please Call 605-848-2220

1998 International Eagle 9400 pro-sleeper, 675,000 miles on re-con N14 engine, Eaton 13 speed 18913 transmission, Eaton 404's differentials, Newer brakes, batteries, tires-50%, transmission, front differential, clutch, air conditioning pump, fuel pump, injectors, air to air, king pins muffler and more. $9,000. Call Paul at 605-881-1342 or 605-884-0694 Watertown, SD 2008 Chevrolet Silverado 3/4 ton diesel, automatic transmission, 4 wheel drive. Also, 32 ft flatbed trailer, duals, electric brakes. All in good condition. Must sell. $24,000 or best offer. 320-760-5622.

Mid-Season Blow-Out Pricing!

•1989 International 2600 Tri-axle Dump Truck w/16' gravel box. •1987 IHC Tri-Axle, w/16' gravel box. •48 & 53' Dry Vans For Rent or Sale. •New 38' Hart Steel Ag Hopper. •2013 38½' Merritt Ag Hopper; $31,500 with FET. Call: 701-710-0506 or 701-680-0335 1998 Timpte spread axle hopper trailer, 102”x46.6’x76”, air ride, ShurLock tarp, double door traps, 9’ spread, 24.5 on aluminums at 50%, brakes 60%, clean trailer and title. Can be seen on Craig’s List. $15,500 OBO. 316-648-8339 Delivery Available.

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354,000 MILES 2000 Kenworth T800B, Cummins ISM, 410 HP,10 Spd, FET Paid, Jake, A/R Susp, 22.5 Tires, Alum Wheels, NEW 21' Box & Hoist, Daylight Doors. $56,900

2006 Volvo, Cummins ISX, 450 HP, 10 Spd, Jake, A/R Susp, 3.70 Ratio, 22.5 Tires, 40,000 lb RA, 58” Mid Roof Sleeper, A/C, Tilt, Cruise, Dual Alum Fuel Tanks, Deluxe Interior, Air Slide 5th. $26,900

356,343 MILES 2007 International 8600, Cummins ISM, 410 HP, 10 Spd, Jake, Air Ride Suspension, 167” WB, 12,000 lb FA, 40,000 lb RA., Ex Penske Truck. $36,900

888-624-7186 Office: 218-789-7848

30 DAY ENGINE WARRANTY ON THESE TRUCKS!

2005 Freightliner Century, Detroit Series 60, 515 HP, Jake, 10 Spd, A/R Susp, 3.70 Ratio, 12000 lb FA, 40000 lb RA, 214” WB, 48” Flat Top Sleeper, 10 Aluminum Wheels, Virgin Rubber. $36,900

355,000 MILES 2006 International 8600, ISM Cummins, 410 HP, Jake, 10 Spd, 40,000 Lb. RA, Air Ride Susp, A/C, Tilt, Cruise, Air Slide 5th, 167” WB, 22.5 Wheels. $34,900

Downer, MN 15 Minutes From Fargo Jim McCoy: 701-261-7259 Bob Stover: 701-361-3060 Brent Lamblez: 218-770-0110 803 Carroll Street, Crookston MN Jeremy Hovde: 701-367-6966 AFTER HOURS: Jim McCoy: 701-261-7259

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1978 Ford, twin screw, Detroit diesel, spring suspension, 18' box.

2006 CL-120, C-12 Cat, 10 speed, 385 HP; clean

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

2005, CL-120, 60 series Detroit, 10 speed single axle, van body, good rubber, clean

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

2006 International 7600, Cummins ISM, 10 Spd, Spring Susp, 234” WB, 12,000 lb FA, 40,000 lb RA. $36,900

COMING SOON! 2007 International 9400I Daycabs, Cummins ISX, Autoshift, Will Stretch To Your Specifications. 4 MATCHED! 2007 Freightliner Columbia, Autoshift, Detroit & Cat Engines, Long Wheel Base, Great For Tender Truck. 10 MATCHED!

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1-2006, 1-2007 385 Peterbuilt C-15, 500 HP, Auto Shift, 200,000 miles on overhaul, All Alum Rims, New rubber on drive axles, New exhaust , New paint......$46,500

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

East Grand Forks, MN (701)741-0143


A6 AGWEEK/Monday, January 21, 2013

2004 Timpte 40x78x96, black, aluminum wheels, new electric roll tarp, tires and brakes are 50%, $26,600/obo. 1997 Wilson, 43x78x96, black, aluminum wheels, 18" electric hi-risers, tires 40-50% and brakes 80%, $19,000/obo. Both trailers in excellent condition and air-ride. Can deliver. 701-653-5961.

Semi Water Trailers, rustfree, in many sizes. Also, several sizes of tanks, cones, pumps, etc. www.rydelltrailers.com 701-474-5780

Grain Hoppers for Rentals:

2007 Wilson hopper trailer, 43 ft long, 78” sides, 102” wide, air ride, air gauges, dump valve, 2 spd hopper, $25,500. 2007 Merritt hopper trailer, 42 ft long, 68” sides, 96” wide, spring ride, high clearance ground hoppers, $25,000. 605-228-1302 or 605-226-0381

Wilson, Timpte 2007-2011, 40’-43’, Spring Ride and Air Ride available. Call for month rates or yearly rates. H&S Ag Rentals LLC Bridgewater, SoDak Doug 605-360-1027 or Phil 605-360-4630

2002 GMC Silverado 2500HD diesel Allison trans. 4x4 crew 6-1/2ft box w/rails, remote start, Calif. truck. Never in salt, extra nice! 11,990. 2005 Honda Odyssey van, all options, maroon 122K, extra nice! 1999 GMC 2500 reg cab, 8ft box, 4x4 6.0 V8. No rust, nice cond. $4950. Bemidji 218-556-1230 DLR.

05 DCT 18ft Trailer, Excellent Shape, 2-6K Axles, Flip Up Ramps, 75% Good Tires, Excellent Floor, Very Clean, $3,500/Offer. Also 18ft HNH Trailer, Extra Clean, Good Tires & Floor, 16” Steel Sides, Heavy Duty Mesh Endgate, $2,500/Offer. Call 701-318-2086

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02 Dodge 2500 Diesel, Nice Shape, 6 Speed Manual Transmission, Long Box, Extended Cab, 4 Door, Cummins Turbo Diesel, Great MPG, 149K Miles, One Owner, Clean Inside & Out, 85% Good Tires, Strong Solid Truck, $15,300 OBO. Call 701-318-2086 2012 Ford F250 Super Duty 4x4, 6.2 gas, auto, tilt, cruise, air, PW, PL, crew cab, long bed, running boards, white exterior, grey interior, 2500 miles, $28,000. 2003 Chevy Extended Cab, 4x4, Long Bed, 67,000 miles, Very Good Condition, Fully Equipped, $11,000. 605-354-1489 ‘05 Chevy 2500 HD Diesel, Excellent Shape, Full Crew Cab, 94K Actual Miles, Loaded, 6.6 Duramax Turbo Diesel, Allison Tranmission, 4x4, Auto Start, Sharp, Clean, Titled Truck. $21,000/Offer. Call 701-318-2086

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2000 Ford F250 XLT, 7.3L diesel, auto transmission, extended cab, long box, black, grey cloth interior, 164,000 miles, K & N cold air intake, computer chip, 4” exhaust, tires 50%, good solid runner, $9500 OBO. 701-840-0248 Andrew, Valley City, ND 2002 Chevy 3/4 Ton Pickup, 4x4, regular cab, 97,000 miles, 5 speed manual with 5th wheel hookups. 1954 Chevy 1 Ton gravel truck. 701-452-2966 or 701-471-3123 evenings Ford F250 2008 Super duty crew cab, 4x4, 6.4L diesel, long box, XL package auto, cruise, tilt, air, B&W 5th wheel plate, 132,000 miles, ranch hand front bumper, $17,500. Call anytime 605-350-0030

FOR SALE: 855 Cummins engine, manual, 30,000 miles on overhaul. Call: 320-632-8950

RYDER DAY CABS

2004 Frt’l Columbia CL120 C12 380/410 Pre-Emission Jake Brake 10sp 3.73 Ratio 2004 Frt’l Columbia CL120 C13 410 HP Twin Turbo Jake Brake 10sp 3.90 Ratio 2004 Frt’l Columbia CL120 DDE Series 60 14L 490 HP Jake 10sp 3.73 Ratio 388K 2004 International 8600 CAT C12 410 HP Jake Brake 10sp 3.73 Ratio 169” WB 2005 International 9200i ISM 380/425 HP Jake Brake 10sp 3.73 Ratio 171” WB 2005 Frt’l Columbia CL120 DDE Series 60 14 L 490 HP Jake Brake 10sp 3.73 Ratio 2007 International 9400 CAT C15 435 HP Jake Brake 10sp 3.73 Ratio 171” WB 2007 Frt’l Columbia CL120 DDE Series 60 14L 490 HP 10sp 3.,58 Ratio 180” WB

SLEEPERS

2007 Frt’l Columbia Tri Axle Series 60 515 HP Jake 10sp 3.73 Ratio Steerable Pusher 2007 Volvo VNL 430 Flat Top ISX 450 HP Jake 10sp 3.73 LOCATED AT THE FORMER

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2005 KENWORTH T-800 C-15 CAT, 435 HP, 10 Spd, Jake, Cruise, 191" WB, 3.55 Rear Ratio, All Aluminum Wheels, Splendor Interior, Dual Breathers, Dual Exhaust ECM Mileage: 693,664. $44,500

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2,832 Miles 2007 International 8600 Day Cab, Cummins ISM, 2,832 Actual ECM Miles, 10 Speed Trans., Full Air Ride, LIKE NEW! $52,500 Knight Truck Sales Call 605-225-1196

06 Tarnel 22ft Tiltbed Trailer, nice shape, 2-7K axles, 4ft flat with 18ft tilt, 85% tires, DOT inspected, $3,500/Offer. Also O4 HNH Full 20ft Tiltbed with 10K winch & hook, good tires, solid trailer, $2,900/Offer. Call 701-318-2086

2 - 2006, 3 - 2007 KENWORTH T-800 AUTOSHIFTS, ISX Cummins, 450 HP, 3 Pedal Autoshift, Jake, 3.70 Rear Ratio, 188" WB, AG 400 All Aluminum Wheels, Splendor Interior, 679,337 - 753,177 Miles. $39,900 - $42,500

We service what we sell. Parts and repair. Great service after the sale.

1998 Kenworth T800 C12, autoshift, 3.90, air ride, 24.5 tall aluminum wheels, wet kit. 218-280-0707

2006 Freightliner Columbia Day cab, 450HP, Ultra shift, 500K, all aluminum wheels, 180” wheel base, good rubber, excellent shape, $34,500. 507-381-9778

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2000 KENWORTH T-800, C-12 Cat, 430 HP, 13 Spd, 3.90 Rear Ratio, 226" WB, AG 400 Susp, Jake, Single Line Wet Kit, Splendor Interior, 62" AC Flat Sleeper, 250,000 miles on a Short Block ECM Mileage: 893,648. $28,500

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701-360-2229 or 701-352-0622

1975 LTS Louisville Ford, 1 owner, 19' box, includes MT650 Allison Automatic, emaculate, new 1020 drive tires, always shedded. Call: 701-520-0221 For Sale: 2006 Int. 9400I. ISX set at 435 hp, 10 spd, 206" wheel base, alum wheels, Eagle Int., New clutch, 654,000 miles, $27,000. 218-779-1914 1996 International 9200, 20' box, 66" sides, steerable pusher axle, beet equipped, M11 engine, 60% tires on aluminum rims. 701-520-0221 FOR SALE: •2013 Neville Built 34' Expandable Combine Trailer; $32,000. •2011 Neville Built 28½' Expandable Combine Trailer. Rick Sugden - 218-791-3400 For sale: 1981 GMC Brigadier, 3208 Cat, Allison automatic, 3rd axle, no rust, fully equipped. 2001 Loadline, 30' end dump, single tires, no rust, 218-280-0707. 1998 Freightliner FLD 120 day cab, M-11 Cummins. 1995 FLD 112 day cab M11 both well maintained and nice trucks. 218-779-6410. For sale: 12' gooseneck tailer. Tandem axle, leaf spring suspension, with ramps. heavy built and in very good condition. Strong enough to haul skidsteer. $1650. Call 218-685-5121

4 Matching 2004 Volvos, 450 hp 10 spd. $24,900

1999 Peterbilt 379, 3406 Cat, 13 Spd, 63” Bunk, $24,000

2002 Job Telehandler, 6000 lb lift, crab steer, FWD 36' reach. $24,999

1991 Cornhusker Hopper Bottom, 84” Sides, Aluminum Wheels $17,500

92 Loadking $19,900 & 2000 Midland $24,900 w/tarp, both ready

2008 Ag hoppers, 40 ft, alum rims, $30,000

1997 Sterling, Cumings Power, New Clutch, Wet Kit, Ready for Beets .......................$17,900 2002 Chevy 4 door, 2 wheel drive, automatic ................................................................$5,750 Seed Tender/Water Trailers 20, 30 foot ........................................................$3,600 to $6,200 30’ Flatbeds, Only 2 left! Call Now .................................................................................$6,200 2-48’ Container Chassis ............................................................................................$4,200 ea Side Dump and Belly Dumps ......................................................................................For Rent Toro Workman w/Hyd. Dump Box, 23 HP Kohler, 3 spd. w/Hi/Lo, hitch, ultra useful...$5,750

GATEWAY TRUCK SALES

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


AGWEEK/Monday, January 21, 2013 A7

2008 Merritt Hopper Trailer, 42x68x96, Spring Ride, New Brakes, New Tarp, Tires 75%, $25,000 OBO. 303-503-8696 ‘96 Freightliner FDL 120 day cab, 2 line wet kit, CAT engine, lift pusher axle, new batteries, recent major overhaul, good tires, $25,000 OBO. No solicitors. 605-380-8429 2007 Peterbilt, brand new tires, 475 CAT, 13 spd, model 379 extended hood, flat top 63” sleeper, asking $65,000 OBO. Call 605-352-5647 or cell 605-350-7076 1995 GMC Topkick, excellent condition, runs great, new motor, gas engine. Make a great farm truck. 605-380-2979 or 605-436-6793 leave message 1999 Timpte lead & pup grain trailer set- new tarps, ready to work, good condition. $39,500. 605-228-8211 2006 SDI triple axle side dump trailer, 35 ft. tub, ready to work, $38,500. Good Condition. 605-228-8211 Wanted: Hopper Bottom Trains Looking for 9 axle Hopper Bottom Trains. Will consider any Year, Make, Model, Size, or Condition. Call 605-770-5600 anytime

For Sale: Hyster, triple axle Lowboy trailer, $7,500. Call 701-754-2729 2013 Peter 389, flat top, Cummins 15x15, 525hp, 48” sleeper, UltraCab, 273WB, 8000 miles. 1-866-929-3500 or 402-640-6250 1975 IHC 1800 Loadstar tandem twin screw truck, 19' box, new roll tarp, new battery, good tires, 56,000 actual miles, big V8 gas engine, 701-974-3538 evenings, 701-290-3538 days. 1986 Mac R model, tandem 300, 10 spd, spring susp., has a 20ft fiberglass service body, low miles, no rust, will separate. $16,000/offer. Central MN. 952-240-2193 FOR SALE: 2003 34ft Jet steel hopper trailer with roll tarp, $16,500; 2004 38ft Jet steel hopper trailer with electric roll tarp, $18,500. 701-261-2954 or 701-361-0492. 05 Western Star 4900EX. 82" sleeper with double bunk, 475 CAT, 13 speed. new rubber and new head. $39,000/best offer. Reef. trailers too. 701-361-5519.

Reefer Trailers. 2008 Great Dane 53' with Carrier 2500A. Approx 5500 hrs on unit. New brakes and new rubber. 2007 Wabash 53' with Carrier 1800A. Brakes and rubber ok. 701-361-5520. For Sale: 1998 T800 Kenworth day cab with Cummings engine, 10 speed, air ride, cruise, wet kit. Nice truck. 701-642-9275 2001 container chassis trailer for sale, 48 feet long, 11-22.5 rubber on bud wheels. Good for tender trailers. Pictures at eidsnessfarms.com. $5400. 701-247-3357 WANTED: Used lowbed 2 or 3 axle trailer with or without beaver tail to haul D7 Cat. Larry 306-563-8765 Saskatchewan, Canada

Ford F150, 2008, 4x4, STX, 4.6 ltr, new tires, tonneau cover, running boards, 40,500 miles $19,000. Call 605-329-2029

Specialized 2009 XL-60 Lowboy, 48 feet 102 inches, new tires new, paint. Very nice trailer. Call Brian 605-881-2428

Ford F250 Lariat 2002, 7.3 diesel, off road package, crew cab, black with chrome detail, $10,000. 605-770-6236

FORD ‘94, F-150 XLT, extended cab, with matching topper, 5.0 engine, $3200. Call 605-448-2756.

2005 20’ T&J Car trailer, Dove tail, tire rack, aluminum fenders, and spare tire. $2,000 OBO. 605-216-2523 Chevy 1999 Suburban LT, 4WD, towing package, 160K, newer tires, heated leather seats, loaded, one owner, excellent condition, $5,500. 605-229-1739

(2) 2005 8600 International, C13 Cat, Day Cab, 10 speed, 170” wheel base, Jake Brake, chrome bumper, 500,000 miles, 70% rubber, excellent shape, $25,500 each. 507-381-9778 DODGE ‘01, Caravan, runs great, good tires, 150,000 miles, asking $3500 or best offer. Call 605-377-4251

1999 GMC Sierra, club cab, short box, 3/4 Ton, about 190,000 miles, new transmission w/over 1 year warranty left, 605-233-0175 Ask for Davey. FOR SALE: 2000 F250 4x4 Longbox pickup, 7.3 Diesel, extended cab, 5th wheel ball, 243,000 miles, excellent condition, $10,500 OBO. Call 605-770-0129 1986 Ford F250, 150,000 miles Extended cab, power windows & locks, cruise control, tool box, & grill guard. No rust or body damage. $2300 OBO. If interested please call. 605-877-4106

2003 Peterbuilt 387, flat top sleeper, ISX Cummins, direct 10 spd, 604K miles, aluminum wheels, 90% stear tires, 80% drive tires, dark blue in color, very beautiful truck, $30,000/obo. 701-653-5961 1999 IH 8100 day cab, 370 Cummins, 10 speed, new paint, 160” wheelbase. Call 605-439-3464

Ford F250 Lariat crew cab 2007, 80,000 miles, excellent condition, 605-354-7523 or 605-458-2425 1998 GMC 3/4 ton ext cab, long box, 4x4, SLE package, V8 automatic, 75,000 highway miles, $7800. Call 605-853-3687 or 605-871-9996

2 - 1 - 2008 Pro Star IHC, ISX Cummins, 10 Speed, Aluminum Wheels

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

2 - 2006 9200 IHC, ISM Cummins, 10 Speed, Air Ride, All Aluminum Wheels

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

1-2005 8600 IHC, C-13 Cat, 10 Speed

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

2012 Loadline End Dump,Tri-Axle

1 - 48’ Water Trailer with Tanks In Stock - Call for Details!

14' BIL Angle Blade, with Hyd. Tilt

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

For Sale: Rack for drop deck trailer, to haul sprayer, 102inx30ft, will mount on your trailer, $3,500 OBO. 605-380-0627 Dodge Ram 2004 1500, 4x4, 5.7 V8, Hemi Magnum, Metallic Gray, Chrome, Remote Start, Tonneau Cover, Tow Hitch, 93K Miles, Asking $9,500. Call 605-228-9729 ★ ★ FARM SPECIAL ★ ★ Ford F250 XLT, 1999, V8, excellent condition, long box extended cab, 125,000 miles, $7,499. 605-216-0452 2000 Peterbilt 379, Two 65in wheel base, new steer tires, 80% drive tires, well maintained, many new parts, 605-769-0361 Ford F250 1997, diesel, excellent condition, 116,000 miles, $10,000. Located in NE SD. 605-467-9246

70 Summers Superweeder New at Discount Price!

Call Ron Corrick

Dodge Ram Sport 1995, 4x4, short cab & box, looks and runs good, $3,500. 605-228-8418 2001 Wilson 8x24 Livestock Trailer, Very Good Condition, Tires like new, 701-710-0352

NEW 32' Summers Disc

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A8 AGWEEK/Monday, January 21, 2013

WANTED TO BUY

1989 48 ft Utility Flatbed with bulk head, NEW oak floor and paint, good trailer, Asking $6,500. Call 218-731-1797 2001 International 9900I N14 Cummins 10 spd, air ride, 72” sleeper, dual stack, 242” wheel base, 22.5 low pro tires, $15,500 OBO. 605-228-1302 or 605-226-0381. 2008 Timpte tri-axle hopper bottom trailer, 48’x72”x96, air lift rear axle, black, 2 rows of 9 lights, stainless rear & front corners, electric tarp, full fenders, new tires and brakes, very low miles. 605-228-3897 For Sale: 2011 Timpte hopper trailer, 42’x66” sides, air ride, power gates, roll tarp. 605-397-7675 Ford F150 2002 w/off road pkg, 76,000 miles, tonneau cover, bed liner, running boards, grill guard, power everything, $8500. Call 605-350-2816

1987 TrailKing, R.G.N. 50 ton, Call for details, $19,900. Knight Truck Sales 605-225-1196

WANTED: DMI 2500 four or five shank ripper, 3 pt. or similar model in another brand. 605-946-5626 or 605-491-1917

For Sale: 20 ft gravel dump pup trailer, set up right now to pull semi tractor but can pull pup trailer. All aluminum, call 605-880-3219

WANTED TO BUY: Anhydrous tanks and gears, 1,000 gallon. 7000-7100 planters. Call 507-760-8132.

Parting Out 1992 Volvo, N14 Cummins, 600K miles, can hear run, $2,900. Also, rear cutoff tandem axle, air ride, piloted hubs, Rockwell 391 gears, $1,500. Good cab & hood, $1200/each. Call 605-216-4863 Dodge 2007 1500 1/2 Ton Quad pick up, red. Call 605-886-5052. FOR SALE: 1990 GMC Sierra 2500 Pickup with pull behind hitch, four 320/90-R50 tractor tires 50-60% & two 30.5L-32 combine tires. Call: 218-784-4350 pickup or 218-474-1007 for tires

Dodge 1500, 1996, 4x4, auto, green, topper, 158,000 miles, rough body, $950 OBO. 605-460-0623

WANTED: Older electric gas pump or visible. Also other gas related items. Also looking for old Harley Davidson project. 605-290-3208 WANTED TO BUY: JD 895 16 ft auger head. Prefer steel rolls, no rock damage, CLEAN. 785-475-3107.

60 USED TRUCKS ON HAND!

USED 2007 VOLVO VNL64T-300 TANDEM AXLE DAYCAB $39,950

Machinery Wanted: 50’ flex coil HD75 spiral packer 5 fold or Summers 5 fold packer HD. Fargo Air cart 3350 w/variable rate controller. Lorenz 1400 total till 8x30 no till cultivator Machinery for Sale: Concord 3503 air cart with variable rate, $22,000. Orthman 12x30 no till cultivator with all attachments on draw bar carry cart, $10,000. Case IH 8600 air drill with fill auger & track wacker $7,500. Call Jim at 701-883-4370

2006 INTERNATIONAL 8600 TANDEM AXLE DAYCAB, 466K MILES $31,500

WANTED TO BUY: Row-Finder for Artsway Beet Harvester. 701-248-3012 or 701-520-8127 WANTED: Tractor with or without loader, consider any condition, running or not, priced under $5000. The cheaper the better. ALSO WANTED: Pull type 4bottom plow with automatic reset. 218-640-1685

WANTED TO BUY

WANTED TO BUY

Want to buy: Older 4-wheel drive tractors and trucks with Cummins 6 cyl. engines. Also, Farmall 400 diesel tractor, 141 self-propelled combine, 1482 pull type combine and 1900 gallon poly tank. Must be reasonable in price. 701-446-7942

Wanted: Complete row units for John Deere 1890 single disk no till drill. 701-593-6168

Wanted: Melroe Harrow with 6 bolt front hubs. 218-242-4183

WANTED TO BUY: 12R30" Anhydrous Applicator for side dressing. Call: 218-281-5484

WANTED: JD 9300 10ft black press drill; Also looking for 35-40ft drop-deck trailer. Call 701-640-8119.

WANTED: Manure fork or bucket with grapple fork that will fit J.D. 260 skid steer, also bale spear for skid loader. 701-436-6567

Wanted: Rounder Skidloader for parts or whole machine. 605-350-6918 or 605-353-1369

Land Wanted. Buying crop land, pasture and CRP land, will lease back. Confidential 612-220-1042. Leave detailed message

Looking for a Seed Conveyor that will reach 16’ high. 605-216-0270 WANTED: Rotary grain cleaner, preferably with counter rotating screens, such as DMC Model 54, Sukup Models 48 and 60 or similar. 605-431-6547

20’ Grain Drill, hydraulic folding, double disk, 7” spacing. Preferably no till. International 5100 or John Deere 455. 307-754-2820 Wanted Feed Wagon, Chuck Wagon. 605-769-4259 or 605-948-2213

WANTED: JD 885, 886 No till cultivator. IH 75 swather. Small square baler. JD 7000, 7100 planter. Any chisel plow. JD mounted field cultivator. Lilliston cultivator. Miller offset disc. Call 605-665-4753

Wanted: John Deere 1590 no till drill, 20’, 7.5 inch spacing with markers. Must be in good condition. 605-660-1582

WANTED TO BUY older tractors, trucks and pickups. Running or needing repairs. Prefer Cummins 855 engines, will consider anything. Also, Farmall 400 Diesel Tractor, a 141 self propelled combine, 1482 pull type combine and 1900 gallon poly water tank. 701-446-7942

WANTED: Used JD 60 or 90 series no-till openers. Call Spencer Bina 701-331-9385 WANTED: Front mounted 2-300 gallon liquid fertilizer tank w/saddle & mounting bracket to fit JD 7800 MFWD. Call: 218-253-2306

trailer Sales & rental todd’s For Sale or rent Specialize in Dry Vans

USED 2006 KENWORTH T800 GRAIN - SILAGE TRUCK $72,500

USED 2010 PETERBILT 386 TANDEM AXLE DAYCAB $66,900

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Several Trucks on Hand All Makes & Models

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USDED 2005 INTERNATIONAL 9200I GRAIN - SILAGE TRUCK $66,500

2005 FREIGHTLINER CL-12064ST TANDEM AXLE DAYCAB, 557K DETROIT, 60 SERIES, 455HP, $31,650

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• Storage • Water • Flatbed • reeFer

218-773-0804

East Grand Forks, MN

1985 Trailmobile Water/Fertilizer Trailer, 40 ft Flatbed Trailer, Set Up with 3--1600 gallon CONE Bottom Tanks, Honda Pump, All Hose and Valves, FIELD READY, $15,100

NEW Conveyall BTS 290 Seed Tender, Mounted on a Bumper Hitch Tandem Axle Trailer, Honda Engine, Electric Start, Cordless Electric Throttle, 2 Compartment, Roll Tarp, Wind Guards, $17,500

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

1973 International 1800 Loadstar, Twin Screw, Gas Engine, 5 & 3 Transmission, 18 ft Steel Box, Hoist, Roll Tarp, $5,750

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

45' Flatbed Trailer with 4--1,600 Gallon Tanks, 30 Gallon Chemical Mix Cone, 5.5hp Honda Pump, Mounted on a 45 ft Flatbed Trailer, $12,250

48 ft Reefer Trailer, Roll Back Door, 1 Side Door, Set up with 4--1600 gallon Water/Fertilizer Tanks, 1-30 gallon Chemical Mix Cone, 1 5.5HP Honda Pump, All Hose and Valves, Field Ready, $12,250

16 ton Tyler Side Shooter Fertilizer Tender, Stainless Steel, Roll Tarp, Hyd Pump and Tank, $10,250

WANTED: END transport for 2 - 10 ft 9350 press drills or heavy plank implement trailer with sliding axles. 605-360-4382. WANT TO RENT: Pasture for 2013 and beyond. Any and all possibilities considered. 605-228-9020 or 605-887-3386 WANT TO BUY: Windmill and also a 1995 & up 379 Peterbilt. 605-881-0154.

MISCELLANEOUS Snow blowers for sale: Lorenz 9ft. 1000 RPM. Lorenz 8ft. 540 RPM. Call 701-439-2844 Wyndmere, ND or Greg Call # 701-367-3776 or Ron cell # 701-640-2079

"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

•13 Interior Raised Panel Doors. Salvaged out of old house, with hardware. Various sizes. •2 Norinco AK47 Mak 90. 1 Milled, 1 Stamped. •1 AR Bush Master Carbon 15. *These are new or like new. Fred: 701-650-8936

AGWEEK ADVERTISING BRINGS YOU RESULTS.

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

Great Dane 40 ft Flatbed Trailer, Tandem Axle, Spring Suspension, Set Up with NEW 2--1600 gallon CONE Bottom Fertilizer Tanks, Honda Pump, All Hose and Valves, ALSO Conveyall BTS 405 Seed Tender, Honda Engine, 2 Compartment Belt Conveyor, $26,900


AGWEEK/Monday, January 21, 2013 A9

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE: • 2012 JD S670 sts 276 sp $275,000 • 2011 JD 9770 sts, 560 sp, pro drive $235,000 • 2005 Buhler 485, 3625 hrs, new trans, 800 metric $128,000 • 2004 974 M.D., 36 ft $29,000 • 2008 M.D. D50-35 ft $28,000 • 2009 M.D. D60-45 ft, new canvas $36,000 • 985 JD 52 ft Cult. $18,000 • 4020 JD MF loader $6500 • Frtl-Columbia2004 Det., smart shift $24,500 • 3-1996 385 Pete., Cat 3176, 9 sp., 22 ft box $48,000 ea. • 25' Westward swather, nice $4500 • 25' Westward swather, $2500 • 400 Versatile swather $2500 • 212 JD pickup $4500 • 635F 2004 $8500 • JD 220 ft, 20 ft Sund $3500 • Selbourne 28ft $17,000 • JD 640D, $42,000 Call Mark: 701-370-2673 Call Jeff: 701-370-5429 Call Travis: 701-305-0012

MISCELLANEOUS Complete full set John Deere key precision set 1-10. Full set Farmall & International key precision set 1-10. Plus about 80 other tractors. 218-747-2342 or 218-282-0585. For Sale: Int. 770 offset disc, 17 ft 24 blades $5000. Lazer trailer for ditching, $1000. 1000 gal. anhydrous tank, no gear. 1996 Case IH 1015 pickup header, 7-belt IH pickup. $5000. 2 wheel heavy duty header transport, $2500. 4 wheel header transport, $1000. 218-779-1914 S106 Woods Ditch bank mower, $2500. 218-686-8574 Call before 6 pm

MISCELLANEOUS 20.8R42 Firestone Deep Tread combine duals. Very nice shape with very little or no stubble damage. Came off 7010 Case combine. $8500 takes all. Also a pair of 27 X 32 rims off of 2388 combine with new paint. Very nice shape. Make me a reasonable offer. Call 701-261-9071. For sale: 7ft snowbucket for 325 Dual, Model 707 Ford Hyd bucket loader. 8N, 600 Ford, rear rims for H-IHC, 8 ton farm running wagon, two piece wheel weights for 560, 706 IHC, 8ft. Ford 3 point cultivator, 6 row IHC pull-type model 58 planter. 701-361-4279

Want to Buy: 1954 JD "40" widefront or JD "320" widefront or similar size JD tracto. For Sale: Haukaas sidearm markers from 42' 1890 JD air drill - used very little, Northwood, ND. Call 218-779-5831

Amity rolling coulters for chisel plow 35 sets. UFT Speedy 8R30 bean cutter, offset knives and down pressure springs with hard surfaced knives. Westfield W70-41 Grain Auger w/ 7½hp electric motor. All in good condition. Northwood 218-779-6467

For Sale: 8ft Farm King snow blower, model 9600EK, very nice, $2,000. 6ft Artsway mower model A372, has mounts for H-M IHC, $1,000. 701-710-0113

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MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE: 4000 Int. Swather, 19½ leader Mac Don pickup reel. Also have batt reel; $3,000/obo. Farm King canola roller plastic drum, 90" width; $500. 2011 Westfield Model TFX 80-36 grain auger with 10hp electric motor, like new; $4500/obo. 218-779-1914

Winchester , Weatherby Collectors

model 100 carbine -284 cal. model 88 pre 64 243. model 88 pre 64 308 ..model 490 22cal auto...pre 64 model 94 , 30-30, post 64 model 88 308 cal. ..Weatherby west -german 300 w / arc scope ...Browning NIB ..take down 22 cal. auto. Benelli M-1 super 90, NIB 12 ga 3" blk composite ... for more info. E-Mail Car_54@live.com for info. Fuel Tanks: Vertical single wall 3600 gallon with tape gauge, vertical 3900 singlewall with site gauge, both have vents, monwoys, firewall valves, shut off valves, recent new bottoms in both, 8' diameters x 9'x8" and 10'6"; $3,000/each. Lidgerwood, ND 701-640-2113

FARM EQUIPMENT

Case IH 730C 7 shank, Ecolotiger with lead shanks and covering disk. IHC 3688 2 wheel drive tractor with 13.6x46 and hub duals. 701-242-8221 or 701-640-0712 FOR SALE: Tandem Fertilizer Spreader, 3pt 7ft JD 2 Angle Blade, Tractor Chains, 1 Row Potato Digger, 15ft-18ft-21ft MacDon Finger Reels JD 6-30” All Crop Head DMC Rotary Grain Cleaner 3pt 12 Row 20 or 22” Anhydrous Side Bend Call 701-430-3188 Snow blowers for sale: Lorenz 9ft. 1000 RPM. Lorenz 8ft. 540 RPM. Call 701-439-2844 Wyndmere, ND or Greg Call # 701-367-3776 or Ron cell # 701-640-2079

IN STOCK USED GRAIN DRYERS

New GSI Model 1116, 1ph, LP, full heat, 5pts, 710BPH. Farm Fan CMS-1000H, double stack hot & cool module. Used Elevator Leg approx. 4,000bth, 85' tall with new motors, belt & cups 2 years old. Shop: 218-739-6388

FARM EQUIPMENT HUGE WINTER 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! Authorized Behlen Industries lp.

Call Jim @

1-888-782-7040.

www.northstartrucksales.com

2002 Ford F350 4X4, Utility, 1998 Ford 9600 Dump Truck, CAT 2004 Ford F350 4X4, Ext Cab, V10, 1999 GMC 3500 4X4, Dump Truck, 2004 Ford Ext Cab 4X4 Long Box, V8, 2001 Ford F450 Flat Bed 7.3 V10, Auto, Cruise, Tilt, Very C10, 13spd, Very Clean Truck 54K Auto, Very Clean Rust Free Truck 454 V8, Auto, Plow, Nice Truck with Auto, Tool Boxes, Rust Free with Only Diesel, 4X4, Auto, Clean Truck Clean Rust Free Truck with 94K Miles for $47,500 Only 58K Miles for $14,950 with 99K Miles for $17,950 105K Miles for $11,950 with 58K Miles for $17,950 Miles for $12,950

2009 Chevy 2500HD 4X4 Utility 2001 Ford F550 Cab and Chassis 2000 Ford F350 4X4, Reg Cab, Utility, 1999 Ford F350 Crew Cab Dually, 2004 Chevy 3500 4X4, Flat Bed, 2002 Ford F450 Utility, 2wd, 7.3 Diesel, 124K Miles, Rust Free Truck Truck, 6.0 V8, Auto, Rust Free Clean V10, Auto, 2wd, Rust Free with V10, Auto, Rust Free Truck with 131K 2wd, V10, Auto, Clean Rust Free Dump, Duramax Diesel, Allison for $11,950 Auto, only 40K Miles for $22,500 Truck with 98K Miles for $18,950 Only 56K Miles for $13,950 Miles for $9,950 Truck with 63K Miles for $11,950

2003 Ford F450 4X4, Utility, V10, 2009 Chevy 2500HD 4x4, Reg Cab, 2001 Ford F350 4X4, 7.3 Diesel, Long Box, 6.0 V8, Auto, Very Nice Auto, Long Box, 166K Miles, Auto, Rust Free Clean Truck Truck with 75K Miles for $18,950 Rust Free, $9,950 with 89K Miles for $15,950

2939 Hwy. 10 South, St. Cloud, MN

320-529-4040

50+ COMMERCIAL TRUCKS ON SITE WE SHIP ! ANYWHERE


A10 AGWEEK/Monday, January 21, 2013

FARM EQUIPMENT Pallet Racking, tear drop, other types and many sizes available; 10,000 gallon horizontal fuel tank; 22 foot reefer truck box, Model 22RUIA5W90 Carrier Super 622; CAT, Letourneau hydraulic scrapers, very professionally done; 1996 Freightliner FLD120 Detroit 60 Series, 485 hp, 10 speed, will part out. 701-742-2182 Website: Stevevoightman.com

FARM EQUIPMENT Feteral Snowblower 8 ft wide, 2 augers, 1 blower, hydraulic spout, like new, always shedded. Make Me a Reasonable Offer. Strobel feed bunk brush, 3pt mounted, hydraulic driven. Are you tired of scooping snow & waste up out of bunks? Well here you go, get it done in minutes instead of hours. Call 605-770-8192

(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

FARM EQUIPMENT For Sale: (2) 1999 Timpte Grain Trailers 42’Long x 96” wide with 78” sides, air ride, electric tarps & traps, good tarps, $15,900 each. 2002 Timpte Hopper Bottom 42’Long x 96” wide with 78” sides, air ride, good tarp $19,900. 1990 Wilson Hopper Bottom, 42’Long x 96” wide with 78” sides, needs a little work, good tarp. $6,000. 2010 Yetter 1600 All steer fertilizer trailer, $13,000. 2007 Yetter 2,000 gallon All Steer Fertilizer Trailer, $12,500. Precision Planting 2020 Feed Sense for DB60 24 Row John Deere Planter, with 2012 updates, $2,500. 605-520-2878 No Telemarketers!!! For Sale: Snow blowers, Lorenz, Hitchdoc, Snowblast/Wildcat. 320-284-2281

FARM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: 2005 Articat F6 Snowpro, Excellent Condition, 2009 Summer Super Coulter, 30ft with rolling choppers. 1999 Ski Doo MXZ 670 HO Limited Edition, 1900 miles, very nice. 8ft Red Devil Snowblower. 2005 John Deere 693 corn head, single point, hydraulic deck plates, low acres, excellent condition. 10ft Gravel Box w/ Cab Guard Includes Subframe, Hoist, & Pump Storley Farms 605-881-5843 or 605-486-4156 Scrapers - Ashland 1-950, with pushoff, front tires 16.5L-16.1-10 ply. Back 16.9-24-8 ply. Ashland 130XL, with pushoff front tires 21.5L-16.1-10 ply. back 18.4-26-12 ply. One owner, excellent condition. 701-741-4749.

FARM EQUIPMENT ½ OFF SALE! Rubber Roofing Membrane Used As Pond Liner, Weed Barrier, Silage Cover, Etc.

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

“Recycling By Repurposing”

•Billboard Vinyls For Waterproof: Hay Tarps; Liners; Tents; Etc. •10’-12’ Mining Tire Water Tanks. •Silage Pit Ballast; Pond Liner.

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

2005 INT’L 9200, Cummins ISM@400hp, 10 spd, 3.90 ratio, 170”wb, 642,000 mi, recent work done, EXCEPTIONAL SOUTHERN TRUCK! CALL FOR INFO

2009 Freightliner, FLD-120 Day Cab 12-8 Mercedes 10 spd Fuller autoshift, 3:90 ratio, 187 WB, 10 Alums, 600K

2006 INTERNATIONAL 9200 ISX Cummins Engine; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive; Jake, 10 Speed, Air Ride, 167" WB, 601K and 636K Miles, 2 Available; CALL

2004 Volvo- VED 12, Automatic Transmission, 215” WB 435 HP. Starting at $15,000

2007 Peterbuilt 330, ISC Cummins, 285 HP 3000 Allison, automatic, 4:88 ratio, 268 WB, 160K

COMING IN! 2007 Peterbuilt 379, Day Cab, C-13. 400 HP, 10 spd., 3:75 ratio, 176 WB, 570K 2006 9200-I , ISX 435 HP 10Spd 3:70 ratio, 22' Load-line Uni-Body Box, Tri-Axle (25) 2005 IHC 7600’s, Work Stars, C-11 CAT, 305/370 HP, 4000P Allison Automatics, 5:29 ratio, 350K, Cab & Chassis

More Trucks On Hand Not Shown!

FOR SALE 1243 JD cornhead knife rolls comes with sunflower adp plates. $15500 930 JD straight head pickup reel nice. $4000 2020 JD tractor 1967 gas runs well. $5,500 Wilrich 2500 40ft field cultivator, harrows. $3500 Call Joel 605-412-6292 NO TELEMARKETERS For Sale: 148 John Deere Loader, Like New Condition. 507-428-3270

1989 INTERNATIONAL 9300 3406B CAT 350 HP; 632,600 miles; 9 Spd; 230" Wheelbase; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive; Box Size is 20'x 102" 60" sides. New 5500 Crysteel Box & Hoist, Shurco Tarp. 3 Doors. Jake, Cruise, Heated Mirrors, Air Dump, Air Brakes, PTO, Wet Kit. Aluminum Rims and Axles. 11R24 Tires. Very Clean Truck. $36,000

2007 International 9400i 72" Pro Sleeper; ISX Cummins Engine 450 HP; 643,014 miles; Ultrashift; Air Ride Suspension; 3.42 Ratio; llr22.5 Tires; 234" Wheelbase; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive; $30,000

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

We are a Dakota, Loadline & Precision Trailer Dealer! (3) 2006 Volvo VNL 64-T 300, IXS, 450 HP 10 spd, 3:70 ratio, 180 WB, 10 Alum 450K & 500K

For Sale: •1985 Walker 6000 gallon stainless steel semi, with 18" discharge spout, $18,500. •JD 8650 with 20.8x30 rice tires, $12,500 and several 13' tire casings $500. •16 used 20.8-R42 tires, Goodyear & Titan; $100/ea. 701-587-6042 or 218-779-5640

1996 Peterbilt 378, 350hp Cat, 8LL, 4.33, full lockers, wet kit, 530,000 miles, recent paint, many new partscall for info, very nice! Price Reduced.

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

NEW DAKOTA HOPPERS IN STOCK, Spring & Air Ride, 38½ & 41 feet, CALL FOR WINTER SPECIAL!

1041 Farm King Buehler unloading auger with 24 horse Honda electric start engine. 8 Row John Deere all crop head, excellent shape. 1076 Feterl hopper auger call 605-769-0667 or 605-765-2292 lv. message

2005 INT’L 9200, Cummins ISX@450hp, 10 spd, 168”wb, 648,000 mi, CLEAN-NICE DRIVING TRUCK! CALL FOR REDUCED PRICE!

2009 IHC WorkStar, ISM, 425HP, 10 spd., 4:11 ratio, 180 WB 200K

Used End Dumps in stock, CALL FOR MORE INFO!

2009 IHC 7600 WorkStar, ISM, 425HP, 10 spd, 4:11 Ratio, 14K, Front Axle, 185 WB

Liebrecht Tile Plows, Rotary Ditchers, GPS and Laser Systems. Call us for ALL your DRAINAGE Equipment needs!!! 701-640-2354 or 701-640-4933 For Sale: Like new Degelman 10 ft front end dozer, fits late model JD tractors except front wheel assist. 605-505-0470 or 605-928-3470

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

Tightline DRAINAGE

Tile Installation, Rotary Ditching, Excavating, Surface Drainage. Call for your Quote TODAY!! 701-640-2354 Neco Stirator 3 auger unit, like new, used very little, $6,000 OBO. 701-493-2205

Tile Plows

That Move!!!

FARM EQUIPMENT

See more units at www.titanmachinery.com

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

2004 Freightliner 12.7 Detroit Engine, 430 HP; 885,500 miles; Freedom Line; LP22.5 Tires; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive; 153" Cab to Trunion, 208" Cab to End of Frame. 95% Steers, 75% Drive Front & Rear. Aluminum Rims; CALL

Kannegiesser

2012 MAURER Air Ride Suspension; 40 ft Length; 11R24.5 Tires; Aluminum Composition; LED Lights, Polished Aluminum Rims, Side Windows, Ladders and Platforms on Front and Rear; $32,500

LEASE & FINANCE

OPTIONS AVAILABLE Truck Sales KTS (320) 795-2827 • Hancock, MN www.kannegiessertrucksales.com


AGWEEK/Monday, January 21, 201 A15

Albers Sales

Trucks, Trailers & Farm Machinery Monty Albers 8709 108th Ave SE, Oakes, ND 58474

701-742-2861 • 701-680-0335 Buy • Sell • Trade Shane Kyllo 823 Main St. West Mayville, ND 58257 Division of Senske & Son - Grand Forks, ND

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(701) 746-6472 (218) 779-8396

Contact 701.866.9864 skyllo2003@hotmail.com

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The Premier Choice for Your Crop and Hail Insurance Needs. 716 3rd Street, Langdon • 701-256-2101 407 12th Avenue, Walhalla • 701-549-3761 645 Hill Avenue, Grafton • 701-352-0242

Eric Gunderson, AFIS, CPIA

Insurance Agent Auto-Home-Life-Crop-Personal-Business 423 Broadway • Buxton, ND 58218-0068

Toll Free: 1-800-859-2027 Office: 1-701-847-2600 Cell: 218-779-0964 Fax: 1-701-847-2601 Email: ericg@firststatebanks.com

Warren Brend, AFIS, CPIA

Vice President Auto-Home-Life-Crop-Personal-Business

612 Broadway Office: 1-701-599-2600 Fax: 1-701-599-2691 P.O. Box 245 Toll Free: 1-800-603-4247 Thompson, ND 58278 Email: warrenb@firststatebanks.com


AGWEEK/Monday, January 21, 2013 A17

PLANTING EQUIPMENT

PLANTING EQUIPMENT

For Sale: John Deere DB90, 36 Row 30” Planter, 605-222-2478 2004 Buhler Versatile 2425, 4WD, 3367 hours, full weights, 710x38 duals, Tremble easy steer w/500 monitor; $125,000. Call: 701-265-2816

PLANTING EQUIPMENT FARMERS - Increasing yields in 2012 drought year was remarkable. But some did records above the records like 87.5 bushels on soybeans and corn yields from 225 to as high as 392 bushel per acre were seen and more. These were done with seed treatments and high quality nutrients. These are the top key nutrients -Calcium, Boron and Silica - leading this factor. Diseases were eliminated, aphids, insects and more; Sugar Beets, Corn and Soybeans are heavy users of boron. Boron in most of the United States is under required levels, plant tissue prove this. Increasing Boron can increase sugar levels in crops! To find out more call 218-698-4222

1995 JD 7200 12 row 30” spacing, liquid fertilizer, many new parts, excellent shape. Clear Lake SD 605-880-9680 2001 JD 1780 24R20 planter, new disks, bearing, & scrapers 400 acres ago, 19,400 acres on planter with all disks, Seed star monitor, excellent shape, retiring. $52,000. 605-996-8484 or 605-770-1824 Concord 5 Flex Fold seeder, 40 ft wide, 12" spacings with 2300 cart. Good condition. Call 605-769-0667 or 605-765-2292 lv message.

PLANTING EQUIPMENT

Concord 3000 air tank, 300 bushel, 60/40 split 2 compartment tank, hydraulic fan, set up for anhydrous, hydraulic hitch, new fan motor, dual air system, $9900 OBO. 605-228-2368

PLANTING EQUIPMENT

New and Used Fast Side Dressers on hand. Sizes from 30'-66'. Row widths from 20"-30". Tank sizes 1050 gal-2400 gal. Call 701-361-4790

1999 Flexicoil 6000 Air Disk Drill 40' 7½" spacing, double shoot, Barton openers, 3450 TBH tank, variable rate & flow. Also, JD 567 Round Baler, twine only, always shedded, approximately 10,400 bales, nice. *Both items priced to sell. NE Montana 406-527-7103

New and Used Meridian and J&M Seed Tenders, 25 units on hand, Early cash discounts available, Call 701-361-4790 For Sale: 1770 NT 12 Row, VR, CCS, BAC, pneumatic down pressure, trash whippers, 2x2 single disk fertilizer, 3 bushel box, 701-710-0171 No Solicitors

PLANTING EQUIPMENT

FOR SALE: Morris Maxim Air Drill, 39' 12" spacing, steel packers, double shoot w/Adam jet openers, 180 bushel TBH cart, good condition, regular maintenance, field ready; $31,000/obo. Call: 406-963-7654 1996 Case IH 955 Planter, 16 Row, 22” Semi Mounted, Vertical Fold, Yetter Tiger Tooth whippers, nice condition. J&M 375 & 500 Speed Tenders, Call for Price. 605-350-3225 24 Dawn Rigid Trash Whippers, used 1 season, $280/each. 605-380-6938

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New and Used Ag Parts The Only Poly Tank Seed Tender on the Market

1500-2000 SERIES BELT CONVEYOR

8’ Alloway Snowblower ................$1,500 8’ Farm King Snowblower ............$1,800 7’ John Deere Snowblower..............$800 REM 2700 Grain Vac ..................$16,000 REM 1026B Grain Vac..................$8,500 TF8031 Westfield 20 HP...............$2,800 J208-36 Westfield 16 HP..............$2,400 TF1036 Westfield..........................$2,800 70’ Flexi-Coil Tine Harrow ............$3,500 24’ White Chisel Plow...................$2,600 16104 FarmKing.........................$30,000 TF1041 c/w S.P. Kit ......................$7,500 Wolverine Ditcher.......................$45,000 13x70 TMR FarmKing...................$5,500 14105 F.K. Belt Conveyor ...........$18,000 MK130-81 GLP Westfield.............$9,500

Altona Farm Service

Thief River Falls, MN 56701 218-681-8221 • 1-800-950-9917 Email: sales@trsalvage.com Website: www.trsalvage.com

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3 Models Available • 290 Unit • 400 Unit • 500 Unit

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FEATURES: • 180 degree conveyor swivel w/both side and rear unloading positions • Only tender with non-corrosive poly tanks • 2—45"x27" sealed lid openings • 8" diameter tube 24' long conveyor for extra reach • 10" wide all rubber belt • Enclosed belt on return of conveyor • 17 locking positions on the conveyor • Transport lock on the conveyor for safety • 3-piece telescoping downspout w/end variable flow controls

All new Reversing Conveyor • 5.5 Honda motor, battery and variable flow controls • 18" wide catwalk w/side ladder access • Powder-coated frame

PS2500 Driverover Pit

Quick Pick Bale Buncher

Transfer Conveyor Model 1314, 1814 & 1515 10” & 14” diameter tubes 15”, & 20” belt widths Lengths up to 120’

Large spring loaded collapsible hopper 6000-9000 bPh 65’-120’ available with swing hopper

290-400-500

Grain Bagger/Unloader

Floating Pumps

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A18 AGWEEK/Monday, January 21, 2013

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X 38, W/JD 740 LOADER W/ GRAPPLE & JOYSTICK, WAS $71,900 .................................................. SOLD M JD 9420, PS, ACTIVE SEAT, 20.8 X 42 DUALS, PLUG & PLAY, 4878 HR, WAS $162,000 ............................. NOW $141,500 G JD 8440, 4 WD QUAD, 8450 HRS, 18.4 X 38 DUALS, WAS $17,500........................NOW $13,500 M JD 9320T, PS, 30” TRACKS, 4 SUV, FRT WTS, 8990 HRS, WAS $97,500 ..................NOW $92,900 F JD 9520, PS, 3923 HRS, 800/70RX 38, 4 HYD, LOCAL TRADE, WAS $156,000....... NOW $140,500 F JD 9630, PS, 549 HRS, 800/70R38, 5 HYD, AUTO TRACK READY, NICE, WAS $290,000................................ NOW $273,000 G JD 2950, MFWD 3PT 2 HYD, QUAD RANGE, WAS $23,500 .....................................NOW $18,150 G JD 8300, PS, MFWD, 18.4 X 46 DUALS, 4 HYD, 1000 PTO, 3PT W/QH, DLX CAB, RADAR, NICE, WAS $65,000 .....................................NOW $61,250 M JD 9320, PS, 6214 HRS, 1000 PTO, 18.4 X42 TRIPLES, DIF LOCK, WAS $142,000................................ NOW $136,500 R JD 9630T, 2000 HRS, 36” DURABUILT TRACKS, AUTO TRACK READY, FRT WTS, WAS $269,000................................ NOW $257,000 R JD 9530, PS, 2000 HRS, 710/70R38, LOADED, VERY NICE, WAS $230,000 ............ NOW $224,000 R JD 9630, PS, 1750 HRS, 800/70R38, LOADED, VERY NICE, WAS $239,000 ................................ SOLD MT JD 7410, MFWD, POWER QUAD W/LH REVERSER, 9754 HRS, WAS $54,000 ..................NOW $50,900

133114 M 131331 G 129329 R 137294 G 133633 Y 133614 Y 129959 F 129962 Y 129954 Y

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WE ARE LOWERING THESE PRICES WEEKLY

WE ARE OFFERING THIS LISTING EQUIPMENT AT WHOLESALE PRICES OR LESS TO OUR CUSTOMERS ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS. ALL EQUIPMENT IS TO BE SOLD AS IS NO TRADE. FINANCING AND TRUCKING IS AVAILABLE. CHECK OUR WEB SITE FOR PICTURES WWW.DEEREQUIPMENT.COM

JD 1760, 12 ROW 30”, FLEX FRAME, VAC, W/250 133163 MT JD 568 BALER, SURFACE WRAP, MEGA WIDE, PUSH BAR, 8500 BALES, MONITOR, WAS $39,900 .................NOW $32,750 WAS $24,900 .................................NOW $22,250 IHC 5400, MININUM TIL DRILL 20 FT 7” SPACING, WAS $8,000 ..................................... NOW $4,200 AMS PRODUCTS 145424 M JD 1770CCS, 16 ROW 30”, DAWN ROW 141313 M JD 2600, DISPLAY, WAS $3,200 ..... NOW $2,450 CLEANERS, VAR. RATE, LIQUID FERT, 500 GAL TANK W/SS TUBES IN THE ROW, SOLD G JD 2600, DISPLAY, WAS $3,200 ................... SOLD WAS $78,500 .................................NOW $75,250 SOLD G JD 2600, DISPLAY, WAS $3,200.................... SOLD 141635 G CASE SDX40, AIR SEEDER 40 FT.7.5” SPACING 129312 R JD 2600, DISPLAY, WAS $3,200 ..... NOW $2,450 W/ TOW BETWEEN TANK, 141503 Y JD 2600, DISPLAY, WAS $3,200 ..... NOW $2,450 WAS $74,000 .................................NOW $70,000 123437 F JD BROWN PROCESSOR, WAS $50 ..... NOW $30 134518 R JD 1850, AIR DRILL 30 FT 7.5” SPACING W/1900 139499 F

JD 7410, PQ 16 SPEED, MFWD, 7719 HRS, 18.4

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195 BU TOW BETWEEN, WAS $48,000 .................................NOW $45,500 CASE SDX30, AIR SEEDER, 10” SPACING, 240 TOW BEHIND CART, 30 FT, DRY FERT, WAS $59,000 .................................NOW $56,000 JD 1895, 43 FT 10” SPACING, W/430 1910 TOW BEHIND CART, WAS $160,000 ...... NOW $156,000 WHITE 5100, 8 ROW 38” WING FOLD 1.6 BU BOXES, WAS $4,250 ......................... NOW $3,500 CASE 1200, 12 ROW 30”, SUNCO ROW CLEANERS, NO FERT, WAS $32,500 NOW $30,250

134527 R

141846 G

FEEDING EQUIPMENT

KNIGHT 3160, MIXER WAGON, W/ SCALE, SLIDE TRAY DISCHARGE, WAS $32,000 ....NOW $28,500

SPRAYING EQUIPMENT

JD Z425, ZERO TURN, W/ 48” DECK, 23 HP, 229 HRS, WAS $3,500 ............................. NOW $2,850 SOLD MT HUSKE GARDEN TRACTOR, W/ 46” DECK , 23HP, HYDRO, WAS $1,950 ....................................... SOLD 144200 Y JD L166, 16 HP, 46” DECK, WAS $895 NOW $675 106189 G JACOBSON GREENS MOWER, WAS $3,900 ..................................... NOW $2,500 142234 Y DIXON RAM 50, 25 HP, ZERO TURN W/ 50” DECK, WAS $2,700 ........................... NOW $2,325 142060 Y JD 1565, DIESEL MOWER W/ 72” FRONT MOUNT 142529 R

DECK, 4WD, 1057 HRS, WAS $16,900 .................................NOW $15,750

NEW EQUIPMENT SPECIALS LIST

SOLD

SUMMERS ULTIMATE, 1500 GAL, 100 FT BOOMS, 450 RAVEN, WAS $27,500 NOW $25,250 SOLD WILMAR 3430, 60 FT BOOMS 300 GAL TANK, WAS $24,000 .................................................. SOLD SOLD SUMMERS ULTIMATE, 1000 GAL, 90 FT SOLD BOOMS, 3 NOZZLES, WAS $19,995 NOW $15,500

M JD X320 MOWER, W/48” DECK, HYDRO,

WAS $4,265 .................................................... SOLD JD3520 TRACTOR, W/ 300X LOADER TAG # 100397, WAS $31,279 .................................... SOLD 124154 Y G JD 300CX LOADER, WAS $5,200 ................ SOLD 134805 R R DCT 12T TRAILER, W/ RAMP, WAS $2,975..... SOLD SOLD R DCT 8112 TRAILER, WAS $2,475 ................. SOLD 143637 S IHC 496, DISC, 29 FT, W/9” SPACING, SOLD Y MDS 2852, GLOBAL CARRIER, WAS $925 .... SOLD WAS $8,000 ..................................... NOW $6,200 SOLD Y MAYRATH, 8X62 AUGER WAS $2,900 ........... SOLD SOLD Y FRONTIER 1184, SNOW BLOWER 3PT, 136972 Y JD 2700, FIELD CULT. 30 FT W/ 3 BAR HARROW, 127025 G 2009 WESTFIELD, 13 X 91, SWING HOPPER, WAS $5,350 .................................................... SOLD 9” SPACING, WAS $27,500 .............NOW $21,750 EXCELLENT COND, WAS $15,500 ..... NOW $9,900 127891 F MD HEADER TRAILER 48 FT HD, 137106 MT JD 7206, MULCH FINISHER, 30 FT SPRING RESET, 131769 G WESTFIELD, 8 X 61, PTO AUGER, WAS $13,589 ................................... NOW $6,000 130 LB TRIP, 9”, WAS $31,500 ........NOW $28,750 WAS $1,700 ......................................... NOW $500 SOLD Y JD 3032E, TRACTOR W/305 LOADER, 133703 F JD 510, V RIPPER 7 SHANK 30”, 144598 MT JD 506, ROTARY MOWER, 5 FT. 3PT, WAS $19,500 .................................................. SOLD WAS $19,500 .................................NOW $17,500 WAS $1,500 ......................................... NOW $900 SOLD G RED DEVIL, 3PT SNOW BLOWER 9 FT, 540 PTO, 131630 Y SUNFLOWER 1435, DISC, 36 FT W/ HARROW, 142518 Y MDS, 10 FT DOZER, FIT EURO CARRIER, ANY WAS $5,500 .................................................... SOLD WAS $39,500 .................................NOW $36,750 LOADER LIKE NEW, WAS $2,850 ....... NOW $2,300 125402 G JD 2653A, UTILITY MOWER, 142297 Y FETERL, 8X31 AUGER HYD DRIVEN, VERY NICE, WAS $15,500 ................................... NOW $6,100 136082 MT JD 568, SURFACE WRAP, PUSH BAR, MEGA WIDE, WAS $3,750 ..................................... NOW $2,900 930F, DASS, DAM, F/A, PTO DRIVE, MULTI POINT 126306 G JD 220E, E-CUT, WAS $11,500 ...... NOW $4,350 1000 PTO, WAS $31,500 ................NOW $22,900 SOLD W FARMKING, 3PT FINISH MOWER, HU, WAS $9,800 ............................... NOW $4,250 128052 G 6632N, 23R 2510 PIT STOP PRO, SOLD R JD 568, SURFACE WRAP, MEGA WIDE, PUSH BAR, WAS $1,795 ................................................... SOLD 2009 JD 635D, DAS, DAM, F/A, W/ TRANSPORT, WAS $12,000 ................................... NOW $4,350 WAS $32,000 .................................................. SOLD 136348 Y MDS, 8 FT BUCKET W/ GRAPPLE, GLOBAL EXCELLENT, WAS $45,900 ..............NOW $37,500 134507 R JD 568, SURFACE WRAP, PUSH BAR, MEGA WIDE, SOLD S JD 1028, WALK BEHIND SNOW BLOWER 28”, CARRIER, WAS $5,750 ...................... NOW $4,750 JD 612C, NON CHOPPING, KNIFE ROLLS, HYD 1000 PTO, WAS $35,000 ................NOW $29,000 WAS $1,425 .................................................... SOLD DECK, SINGLE POINT HU, 132831 Y JD CARRIER, FOR 741SL LOADER, 142523 M NH 1475, MOWER CONDITIONER, 16 FT 1000 SOLD S JD ST1332, WALK BEHIND SNOW BLOWER 32”, WAS $74,000 .................................NOW $67,500 WAS $725 ............................................ NOW $475 PTO, PTO SHAFT DRIVE, WAS $15,300....... $13,000 WAS $2,250 .................................................... SOLD JD 635F, LOW DAM, SINGLE POINT HU, DAS, 142291 G JD 566, TWINE TIE, PUSH BAR HYD PICKUP, 1000 130256 Y SQUARE BALE CARRIER, HYD PUSH OFF HAS R DCT 8112 TRAILER, 12 FT, UTILITY TRAILER, DAM, F/A, WAS $31,000 .................NOW $25,000 PTO, WAS $11,500 ........................... NOW $9,750 JD 741 CARRIER MTS, WAS $1,250 ...... NOW $775 SOLD WAS $1,850 .................................................... SOLD 137275 S JD 568, BALER, PUSH BAR, MEGA WIDE, JD 635F, COMPOSITE FINGERS, LOW STONE 130253 Y SQUARE BALE CARRIER, HYD PUSH OFF HAS WAS $26,500 .................................NOW $23,900 DAM, WAS $21,500 ........................NOW $15,750 R MD HEADER TRAILER, 38 FT, WAS $6,500... SOLD JD 741 CARRIER MTS, WAS $1,250 ...... NOW $775 SOLD 136801 M NH 1475 , MOWER CONDITIONER, 18 FT 1000 JD 635F,COMPOSITE FINGERS, LOW STONE DAM, SOLD F FRONTIER 1308, 3PT SNOW BLOWER, PTO, PTO SHAFT DRIVE, WAS $21,500 .................................NOW $15,500 WAS $10,175 .................................................. SOLD WAS $16,500 .................................NOW $14,250 JD 635D, DRAPER HEAD, STEEL AUGER FINGERS, 140815 G JD 620I GATOR, WAS $11,000 ..... NOW $9,500 SOLD W WESTFIELD, 10X61AUGER LOW PROFILE, SOLD S NH 1475, MOWER CONDITIONER, 18 FT 1000 JD DURA CUT, F/A, WAS $47,500 ....NOW $44,500 WAS $7,580 .................................................... SOLD PTO, WAS $16,000 ............................................. SOLD 133249 G TRAIL GATOR HPX, WAS $5,900.. NOW $4,850 JD 635D, DRAPER HEAD, STEEL AUGER FINGERS, 142966 F NH L160, SKID STEER, 2 SPEED, OPEN STATION, 131839 S JD 945, MOCO, IMPELLER, ROTARY DISC, GOOD SOLD W WESTFIELD, 10X61AUGER LOW PROFILE, JD DURA CUT, F/A, WAS $49,500 ....NOW $45,750 HD BUCKET, WAS $21,000 ..............NOW $18,750 COND, WAS $19,500 ......................NOW $17,250 WAS $7,580 .................................................... SOLD JD 635D, DRAPER HEAD, STEEL AUGER FINGERS, 129354 S NH 1116, HAY HEAD, WAS $1,800 . NOW $1,100 139001 MT JD 620I XUV, GATOR, WAS $8,950 NOW $7,850 127891 Y MD, 48 FT HEADER TRAILER, JD DURA CUT, F/A WAS $49,000......NOW $45,750 125507 R JD 956, MO CO 14’6”, IMPELLER CONDITIONER, SOLD MT JD 320, SKID STEER, W/78” BUCKET, FOOT WAS $9,620 ..................................... NOW $6,200 HYD TILT, WAS $17,700 ..................NOW $14,000 CONTROLS, AUX HYD, WAS $25,000................ SOLD SOLD MT FRONTIER, HD BOX BLADE, MODEL BB2172, 144689 W JD 568, SURFACE WRAP, PUSH BAR, MEGA WIDE, 135477 Y NH L170, FOOT CONTROLS, 1292 HRS, JD 1895, 43 FT 10” SPACING, W/ JD 1910 430 WAS $1,090 .................................................... SOLD 1000 PTO, WAS $27,500 ................NOW $25,000 WAS $18,900 .................................NOW $16,500 TOW BEHIND, WAS $178,500 ...... NOW $155,000 143891 Y JD 568, SURFACE WRAP, 1000 PTO, MEGA WIDE, 133921 MT FRONTIER DM1270, DISC MOWER 3PT, JD 1895, 43 FT 10” SPACING, W/ JD 1910 340 PUSH BAR, 6685 BALES, WAS $8,840 ...................................... NOW $5,500 TOW BEHIND CART, WAS $28,900 .................................NOW $26,500 145739 R JD X320 MOWER, 22HP W/ 48” DECK, SOLD W FRONTIER DM1270, DISC MOWER 3PT, WAS $135,000 ............................ NOW $119,500 143486 MT NH 1475, MOWER CONDITIONER, 16 FT, WAS $3,000 .................................... NOW $2,150 WAS $8,900 ................................................... SOLD JD 1770NT, CCS, 24 ROW 30”VARIABLE RATE, 2 WAS $13,000 ..................................NOW $11,750 143874 S JD ZA425, 23 HP, HYDRO W/ 48” DECK, 124771 G JD 7500, E-CUT FAIRWAY MOWER, PT, PNU DOWN FORCE, 137209 MT JD 568, SURFACE WRAP, PUSH BAR, MEGA WIDE, WAS $140,000 ............................ NOW $128,500 WAS $3,400 ..................................... NOW $2,600 1000 PTO, WAS $34,500 ................NOW $31,750 WAS $49,000 .................................NOW $28,750

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AGWEEK/Monday, January 21, 2013

Our augers are growing with you!

• Large Capacity • Available in 90' and 100' • Sealed Hanger Bearings • Rigid Steel Trussing • Heavy Duty Scissor Lift • Under Carriage & Transport

701 Lenham Ave. SW P.O. Box 647 Cooperstown, ND 58425

800-797-1883 701-797-2700 701-797-2584 FAX

www.sheyennemfg.com

USED EQUIPMENT SPECIALS USED TRACTORS

Hours Red Tractors STX535 w/ Triples 1600 Magnum 210 CVT 40 Puma 195 w/ 770 Loader 2000 Maxxum 140 w/ Loader 230 Hydro 84 w/ Loader Blue Tractors 946 Ford New Holland 935 Versitile 875 Versitile 9030 Ford - loader & Hay Heat Green Tractors 8640 4x4 4640 2640 w/ Loader 3140 w/ Loader 3010 w/ Loader BOBCATS Many used to pick from Almost every attachment built on hand

Dollars $230,000.00 $175,000.00 $96,000.00 $115,000.00 $11,500.00 $40,000.00 $14,500.00 $15,500.00 $25,000.00 $14,500.00 $22,000.00 $14,500.00 $16,500.00 $4,500.00

AIR SEEDERS:

Dollars Concords 50' 12" Space w/ 430 Bu Tow Behind Tank $75,000.00 32' 12" Space w/ 2400 Tow Behind Tank $12,000.00 Flexicoil 58' 10" Space w/ 430 Bu Tow Behind Tank $55,000.00 51' 7.2" Space w/ 230 Bu Tow Behind Tank $30,000.00 45' 7.2" Space w/ 230 Bu Tow Behind Tank $35,000.00 33' 9" Space w/ 170 Bu Tank $40,000.00 52' 12" Space w/ 430 Bu Tow Between Tank $85,000.00 PULL TYPE SPRAYER New Flexicoil 1600 Gallon 100' Boom Used Case IH PS 160 1600 Gallon 100' Boom $29,000.00 MISC. JD 310 Backhoe $35,000.00 Case 580 Backhoe $21,000.00 3700 Rem Grain Vac $24,000.00 1026 Rem Grain Vac $2,500.00 New 2700 Vac $22,500.00 1999 Featherlite Horse Trailer $7,500.00

Heggen Equipment, Inc.

701-842-3636 Toll Free 1-800-584-9207 After Hours, Call Clayton at 701-586-3336 Watford City, ND 58854

Bean Equipment

USED EQUIPMENT

2011-1222 1-Step 2010 Pickett Twin Master Combine 2010 Pickett C-Cushion One-Step 8-30” 2007 Pickett Twin Master Combine 2005 12 Row Artsway Lifter 2002 Pickett DMP Combine

2000 12 Row Alloway Folding Topper 1996 -12-22 One Step 1995 24 Row Monosem Planter

NEW EQUIPMENT 2013 24 Row Monosem Planter 24 Row Wilrich Cultivator 16” BIL Pump

3057 North Washington, Grand Forks, ND (701) 775-5585 15065 Highway 17, Grafton, ND (701) 352-2302


AGWEEK/Monday, January 21, 2013

LINDSEY IMPLEMENT INC. Hwy. 2 West • Williston, ND 58801 • lindseyimplement.com

1-800-735-6549 • 701-572-4128

VERSATILITY BUILT IN. Terex® Compact Wheel Loaders

Our line of nine wheel loaders ranging from 50 to 203 hp offer economical, quiet and low-maintenance operation without sacrificing cutting-edge technology. Ideal for digging, loading and hauling job-site materials, the progressive Terex range addresses the need for a variety of construction site, nursery and landscape applications.


AGWEEK/Monday, January 21, 2013 A23

PLANTING EQUIPMENT 900 Case IH 12 row x 22" planter, population monitor, corn and soybean plates, $5500. 218-686-8574 Call before 6 pm 7100 John Deere Max Emerge 12x22 row, sunflower/corn plates, Dickey John monitor, 701-739-5217 8600 Case IH 30ft air drill for sale. Always shedded, excellent condition. Call 218-284-1150. 6100 White 8R30, Liquid Fertilizer, Heavy Down Pressure Springs, Lots of new Parts. 605-430-0608 JD 2010 1895 Raven NH3 with Green Star rate controller. Also set up with double shoot, full run blockage, duals, conveyor and power calibration. Always shedded. 701-378-2275 or 701-367-6324 2009 Case SDX40 with ADX3380 variable rate cart, wide stance front on 120” center, full run blockage, almost new opener discs, always shedded. 2008 Case 1250 24R30, liquid in row fertilizer, variable rate, always shedded. Steve 605-690-6428

PLANTING EQUIPMENT

PLANTING EQUIPMENT

FS/Concord 4010 Red Air Drill, 3400 tank, hydraulic fan, high lift spring shanks, 5 plex, 2000 model, flat face packers, monitor, Raven 440 ammonia cold flow, farmland openers w/wing tip injectors, Rice and standard tank tires, 200/140 bu. split, very good condition, shedded. Call 701-984-2544 or 701-653-5799 No Telemarketers FOR SALE: 1998 JD 1710 12x30 Vacuum Planter with Lift Asisst Wheels & Markers, 3 Bushel Poly Boxes, Don Screw Adjust Roll Cleaners, Keeton Firmers, Walking Gage Wheels, JD 250 Monitor, Corn & Soy Bean Plates, Always Shedded & Field Ready. Can Deliver. Call 320-752-4234 FOR SALE: 2003 8500 White Planter, 24 Row 22” Call 701-724-3486 or 701-680-1507 2006 Demco 300 gallon tank with front mount bracket for 8000 series John Deere. Stored inside and in excellent condition. $850. Call Dave at 701-640-1063. Wahpeton, ND.

TRACTORS

JD 4630 w/158 loader..................................................$15,000 JD 4440, PFA w/Allied 795 loader & grapple ......................$22,500 Case IH 9350, 20.8x42, Std Trans, weights........................$55,000 Case IH 9280, 20.8x42 triples, Outback autosteer.........JUST TRADED Case IH 3594 w/895 Buhler loader & grapple......................$30,000 Case IH 3394, MFD, 3 pt...............................................$22,000 Case 2390, 3 pt, duals.................................................$12,000 1985 Versatile 936, 20.8x42, new clutch ..........................$28,000 1982 Versatile 895 .....................................................$20,000 1978 Versatile 875 .....................................................$18,000 AC 185 w/Leon loader ...................................................$4,750

TRUCKS & TRAILERS 1985 Freightliner Tri-axle w/21’ Alum BHT.................$32,000 1996 34’ Magnum Hopper Trailer ............................$12,500 2 - New Neville 40’ Alum. Ag Hoppers ..........................CALL New Lee 950 Gal. Fuel Trailer w/12V Pump ........................$7,500 Thunder Creek 750 Gal Fuel Trailer w/40 GPM Pump.............$9,500 600 Gal Fuel Trailer w/Compressor & Welder......................$6,500

Thunder Creek Fuel Trailers 500, 750 & 990 Gallon New Haybuster & Vermeer Bale Processors IN STOCK! 5 - New Farmking and AgroTrend Snowblowers ON HAND......CALL Also 3 - Used 7 1⁄2’ - 9’ Snowblowers

Ag Resources

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

For Sale: 2000 John Deere 1780 12 Row 30, 23 Row 15” planter, 3 bushel boxes, $28,000 OBO. John Deere HX15 batwing mower, has the big 1000 PTO, $9500 OBO. Woods L106 mower $1500 OBO. 320-677-2531 or 320-760-3971 FOR SALE: 1997 JD 1850 Air Drill, 36', 7½" spacing, 1900 270 bushel, tow behind cart. Call: 701-225-3280 JD 7300 16 row 22" planter, E-set units insec., liquid fert, nice condition, $17,000. Central MN. 952-240-2193

PLANTING EQUIPMENT John Deere 750 No Till Drill, 20’ 7 1/2” spacing, 2 point, Yetter markers, always shedded. Also, John Deere 643 corn head, low tin. 605-690-5396

For Sale: 3200 Kinze 12 row planter, Dawn trash whippers, Precision planting 2020 monitor and meters, in row liquid fertilizer. 701-710-0464.

POLY CUPPED FLIGHTING

For Sale: 16 Dawn row cleaners. BOT new used 1 yr. Fits any John Deere planter. Reasonable Offer. 218-779-3801 For Sale: 24 row 30” strip till tool bar, 2,400 gal liquid tank, Wilrich tool bar on tracks, soil warrior roll units, 605-480-0285 No Solicitors For Sale: 1600 gallon 4 wheel trailer, set up to pull behind corn planter. 605-880-3219

TILLAGE & MISC.

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 HD Extreme RTS Coulter....................COMING IN 2010 41’ Salford Extreme RTS Coulter........................COMING IN 2012 41’ Salford 570 RTS Coulter.....................................CALL 2011 41’ Salford 570 RTS Coulter w/NH3 ............................CALL 2010 41’ Salford 570 RTS Coulter.................................$72,000 2009 41’ Salford 570 RTS Coulter.................................$60,000 2008 41’ Salford 570 RTS Coulter.................................$53,000 2012 38 1/2’ Summers 2510 DT Disk w/harrows....................CALL 2011 47’ Summers Series 10 Disk.....................................CALL 2011 38 1/2’ Summers Series 10 Disk ................................CALL 42’ Wishek 5 Section Disk w/harrows ................................CALL 37’ 10” JD 637 Disk, Hyd F&A...............................JUST TRADED 2 - 2010 50’ Supercoulter Plus w/3 bar harrow & rolling baskets .....................................STARTING AT $55,000 2010 Summers 40’ Supercoulter Plus w/harrows, new blades $46,500 2004 Summers 40’ Supercoulter Plus w/3 bar harrow .........$25,000 Bourgault 42’ Chisel Plow, free floating hitch, 4 bar .........$16,000 41’ Flexicoil 820 Chisel Plow w/harrows ........................$16,000 34’ Morris 8900 Chisel Plow w/4 bar harrow....................$13,500 84’ Superharrow Plus w/hyd. tine angle, 3 Seasons...........$34,000 84’ Summers Superharrow ...........................................$6,500 Farmking 1385 Auger w/hyd Powerswing........................$13,500 Farmking 10x70 Low Pro w/hyd Powerswing .............JUST TRADED 2006 Westfield 13x71 SA Auger...................................$10,000 2007 JD 568 Baler, net wrap, 6500 hrs. .........................$24,500 2008 Vermeer 605M Baler..............................................CALL 900 Jiffy Bale Processor .............................................$8,000 Haybuster 2640 Bale Processor.....................................$7,500 Vermeer (Haybuster) 256 Bale Processor .........................$4,000 Degelman 45’ Landroller............................................$31,000 Degelman 6800 Rotary Rock Picker................................$7,500 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 Unverferth 3750 Seed Tender w/scale............................$18,500 New Farmking 6644 Grain Vac w/hyd boom .....................$22,000 2 NEW 15 1/2’ Batwing Mowers ...................................$14,000 Summers 90’ Ultimate Sprayer, 1000 gal., 440 Raven.........$20,000

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• Seed Tenders • Gravity box augers • Truck-mount tailgate augers • Bin unload augers • Transport augers available in 5”, 6”, 7”, 9” & 12” flighting diameter for augers up to 13”

DALE HOFF . . . .(218) 281-7133 K & D Enterprises, Crookston, MN

45’ JD 1820, 7.5, 270 bu, 1900 TBT........45,000 JD 1900 TBH, 270 bu.........................24, 500 41’ JD 737 Air Hoe, 787 ......................21,500 2006 SDX40 7.5” 2230 TBH..................55,000 CIH 2230 TBH, VR .............................27,500 41’ JD 1810 Chisel Plow......................17,500 2008 MacDon M150, 16’ Auger Head......48,500 2006 MacDon 150, D-50, 35’ Head.........62,500 JD 3970 Chopper 3 Row Corn Head..........4,500 CIH 1083 Corn Head...........................OFFER 2009 35’ MacDon D-50 PU reel, JD Mts...33,000 MF 4840...........................................7,900 1983 JD 8820, 4x4, Chopper..................9,500 10x61 Brandt Auger.............................2,750 8x56 Brandt Auger...............................1,200 12’ Degelman Dozer, JD 8640 Mts...........3,250 10’ & 12’ Box Scrapers.................1,990-2,090

Rice Farm Eq. 1-888-547-3889 Fessenden, ND

PLANTING EQUIPMENT For Sale: John Deere 7000, 8 Row Wide Corn Planter, Dry Fertilizer with Cross Auger Fill, Yetter Row Cleaners, Always Shedded, In Very Good Condition. Asking $3,500 OBO. Call 605-845-2504

PLANTING EQUIPMENT JD DB60 24 row 30", 4600ac, hyd drives, totally tubular liquid fert, seed flaps, 3 bu boxes, precision planting 20/20, seed sense and E-sets, corn and bean plates, $105,000. 605-881-0741 January 21, 2013

NEW FLEXI-COIL SPRAYERS NOW IN-STOCK

SPRAYERS New Flexi-Coil 68XL,134’....................................................$51,000* New Flexi-Coil 68XL,120’....................................................$50,500* New Flexi-Coil 68XL,100’....................................................$45,000* New Flexi-Coil 68XL,90’ .....................................................$44,000* *1,600 gallon tanks, 380/90R46 tires, rinse tank, Hydraulic pump, Triple Nozzle bodies, In-line strainers, multi-section shut offs, & Raven components cabled to hitch (less console) Add Raven Console or ISO Control (JD GS26X0 & others)...$Call Used 854 Rogator (1996) 90’, 800 gal, 12.5x46 tires ....................$47,000 Used 2009 Flexicoil S-68XL 120’.............................................$43,000 Used SF-110 New Holland 90’ suspended boom sprayer, Raven Controller . $22,000 S-67 Flexi-Coil 80’, Raven Controller ...................................... $19,500 (3) Used S-67 Flexi-Coil 90’, Raven Controller ........................... $19,500 Used Wilrich 90’ 3-Point, Raven Controller................................. $6,000 Used Summers 2-Point ......................................................... $4,500 Used NYB 3-Point 90’............................................................$5,500 Used NYB 3-Point 90’........................................................... $3,800 GRAIN CARTS & AUGERS New Demco 850, 30.5x32 tires...............................................$28,700 Used Demco 850 (Coming In) ....................................................$Call Used Demco 750, 30.5x32 tires, tarp, scale...............................$22,500 Used Unverferth 8200, 800 bushel, tarp ....................................$24,000 Used Unverferth 4500............................................................$7,500 Used Unverferth 650, front corner auger, consignment....................$7,500 Used Westfield 13x91 w/elect. swing .......................................$14,500 New Westfield 10” x 71’ w/H2 Hopper Walker.............................$10,395 New Westfield 13” x 81’.......................................................$15,500 SCRAPERS & TILE PLOWS Used 4 yd Misken................................................................$4,800 Used 6 yd Crown .................................................................$5,400 Used Toreq 6yd ................................................................$11,000 Used Toreq 8yd (Coming In)..................................................$14,000 Used Ashland I-80 8yd ........................................................$15,000 New Ashland 9yd, 13yd, & 17.5yds on order .................................$Call 2012 Ashland I-950, rentals, (4 avail)......................................$28,000 Used 2004 Ashland I-900 ....................................................$24,000 Used 10 yd Ashland with hydraulic mast kit ...............................$18,000 New B.I.L. 1232 CP, 12’ Center Pivot Box Scraper, Dual Oscillating Wheels, Tilt ...$9,600 New B.I.L. 1232 CP Center Pivot Box Scraper, Tilt ........................$8,600 Used 2010 Wayne’s 6’ tile plow .............................................$18,900 New Liebrecht 6’ Pull-type Tile Plow .......................................$25,500 New Wayne’s 6’ tile plow, (2011) mounted, priced w/out options .....$22,000 TILLAGE 2012 (demo) Krause Excelerator, 40’............................cash price $95,000 Used 60’ Wilrich Quad X cultivator w/harrows, big tires ..................$39,900 2010 Krause Dominator, 21’ ....................................................$62,800 2011 Krause Dominator, 18’ (out on rent)....................................$59,500 Used Flexicoil 40’ 340 Chisel Plow............................................$19,000 Used Krause Coulter Chisel, 28’ ...............................................$45,000 Used Krause Coulter Chisel, 20’ harrow (Coming In) ......................$17,500 New Flexicoil 41' ST-820 Chisel Plows, Heavy Harrow (2 coming in) ..$54,000 Used Flexicoil 41' ST-820 Chisel Plow, Heavy Harrow.....................$44,000


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GEORGETOWN FARMERS ELEVATOR CO. P.O. Box 218 607 Highway 75 Georgetown, MN 56546

Gary Balzum, Manager Office Phone: 218-236-6661 Fax Line: 218-236-0769 Markets: 218-236-0769 Perley Station 218-861-6545

AUTO PARTS & WELDING SUPPLIES 2902 Gateway Drive • 772-4839

FUTURES/OPTIONS MANAGED FUTURES Michael Morey Minot, ND 800-776-2151 •701-839-3029 www.horizonfutures.com

MARIO’S EQUIPMENT SALES 701-772-1956 office or 701-741-2869 Mario Hoyt / mhoytone@gra.midco.net Construction & Farm Buy/Sell/Trade/Broker Po Box 5293 Grand Forks, ND 58206-5293 Dick Kofoid Sales Representative

BUS.

701-945-2701 1-800-270-2701 FAX 701-945-2900 CELL # 701-238-0839

For All Your Truck & Trailer Repair Needs

Box 57 Hope, ND 58046

www.micada.com

Elliott Johnson 701-741-1460 Manvel, ND

Mobile Service MN DOT Certified

MUSTARD CONTRACTS

Bart Hribar 403 540 2629 • Peter Hribar 403 860 7008

Farm Pickup Full Act of God “In The Mustard Business Since 1900” Call Us Toll-Free 1-800-233-8064 Olds Products Company

Next Farm Consignment Auction Friday, March 29, 2013 Visit us online for more detailed information

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Serving the Auction Industry since 1971!

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AGWEEK/Monday, January 21, 2013 A27

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FOR SALE or RENT: 2012 JD 612C chopping head, 12 Row 30”, low acres. Also a 608 8 Row 30” chopping head & regular head. Call 701-778-7611 or 701-269-9687 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

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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 J&M 375 & 500 Seed Tenders, Call for Price. 605-350-3225

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JD & Geringhoff cornheads, 6R30, 8R22, 8R30, 12R20, 12R22, other sizes available, new & used. Will also do reconditioning different row spacing or complete rebuild on JD cornhead. We offer full warranty on any JD gear box we rebuild Sales, Service & Rental MW Cornheads, Inc. Hillsboro, ND 701-430-CORN (2676) for sale: 1998 JD 9610, 2472 separator hours, 18.4x42 duals, JD 843 corn head, good shape, 701-367-4340.

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

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• Sukup Dryers are the most advanced available. • Patented Quad Metering Rolls ensure even moisture content and prevent over-drying of the inner layer of grain. • Easy-to-use computerized controls guide you through start-up and operation. • Choose from single fan/heater, dual fan/heater and double and triple stack models. Stop in and learn how a Sukup Grain Dryer can turn a wet harvest into an efficient, profitable one.

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JD 630 F flex head with Crary air reel, real good shape, $24,500 OBO. 605-380-0627 2010 JD 9770 combine, custom cutter pkg, pro drive, 4WD, 1599 sep hrs, $185,000 OBO. Delivery avail. (2) 2009 JD 608 non chopping corn heads, regular roll, low acres, good condition, $42,000 OBO. 2012 FD70 35 ft MacDon flex draper, $68,000 OBO. 605-380-0002 Wanted To Buy: John Deere 4 row wide corn head. Call 701-520-3216 or 701-352-3202 2001 John Deere 930F flexhead, new poly, poly auger fingers, fore/aft. 50 series hookup. 2000 John Deere 930F flexhead, new poly, poly auger fingers. 50 series hookup. 701-371-8075 FOR SALE: Farm fans CMS 320J dryer. Single phase, 3207 hours, very good condition; $13,000. Fill and take out augers also available. Call: 701-320-7391

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2002 Delux DPSL 8560

25ft Grain Dryer, 480V 3 phase, LP Gas, 510 BPH at 10pts cooled, 850 BPH at 5pts cooled, 2-30hp fans, In very good shape. Phase Converter Available. Dryer $45,000 or Dryer and Converter $54,000. Call 218-280-4039 or 320-491-6607. 2011 CIH 3412 Cornhead 12R22 Knife Rolls, Hyd Plates, Hdr. Height 1998 CIH 1063 6R30 Cornhead Poly end snouts—nice head—7000.00 Other heads coming in— too many to list Call 701-430-2676 No Telemarketers

USED 1590 W/SWING BATCO CONVEYOR

BATCO 1590 conveyor complete with swing conveyor. Front PTO drive on main conveyor and hydraulic drive for swing. hydraulic scissor lift. $18,500. Many new Batco conveyors, Seed Shuttle seed tenders, Wheatheart augers, and Kwik Kleen grain cleaners in stock. For more information please call Chris at Mayo Mfg Inc. 1-800-223-5873 or 701-740-1747(cell) www.mayomfg.com

2007 4308C 8 row Harvestec chopping head corn head, $40,000. 701-840-0583

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1835FLTD Batco conveyor. Long, low profile hopper. 10hp/Single phase electric. Used very little. Excellent condition. 2012 model. $16,000 Also many new Batco conveyors, Seed Shuttle seed tenders, Wheatheart augers, and Kwik Kleen grain cleaners in stock. For more information please call Chris at Mayo Mfg. 1-800-223-5873 or 701-740-1747(cell) www.mayomfg.com

USED 1814LP BATCO

Used Batco 1814LP transfer conveyor. Hydraulic drive. 2012 model. Very little use. Excellent condition. $5,500. Also, many new Batco conveyors, Seed Shuttle seed tenders, Wheatheart augers, and Kwik Kleen grain cleaners in stock. For more information call Chris at Mayo Mfg Inc. 1-800-223-5873 or 701-740-1747(cell) www.mayomfg.com

SPRAYING EQUIPMENT

New and Used Side Dressers For Sale

Multiple units on hand! We have units from 20" up to 30" spacing. Units from 12 row-36 rows. Call 701-361-4790.


A28 AGWEEK/Monday, January 21, 2013

Attention

Livestock Producers

SPRAYING EQUIPMENT 1996 Ag-Chem 854 sprayer, 3500hrs, $20,000 in recent repairs, 800 gal SS tank, 80ft boom, asking $45,000. 701-261-0489 2007 Summers Ultimate NT sprayer 90 ft booms, 1000 gal tank, chemical inductor tank, rinse tank, 3 way nozzle body, AccuBoom shut off. 605-491-0932 or Jeff at 605-491-0811 FAST 132' Sprayer. 3 years old. 2400 Gal tank, 22" spacing, 46" straddle duals. Excellent condition. (320) 284-2281 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, $47,500. 605-881-0314 2010 Case 4420 sprayer, 1,200 gallon stainless steel tank and plumbing. 120ft boom, 1568hrs, Viper pro monitor, AIM command, auto steer, auto boom height, acuboom boom shut off, mapping, 90hr on new 380 tires, Southeast ND, $245,000 Call Kenny 701-680-0540 3 year old Fast 132’ Sprayer, 2400 gallon, 46” straddle duals, like new condition $55,000. 320-284-2281

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FOR SALE: Red Ball pull type 90 foot sprayer, triple nozzle, rinse tank, foam marker, clean water tank, new high capacity hydraulic pump, hydraulic booms, adjustable axle, low acres, one owner, $13,000. Call 605-770-2326. FLEXI-COIL 67 90' suspended boom sprayer, new tires, 3 way nozzle bodies, eductor. 701-371-8075 2010 H&S Sprayer, 132'boom, 1500 gallon tank, 200 gallon rinse tank, 380/50 tires with extensions for duals, (duals not included), 5-sections, rinse balls, agitation control in cab, triple nozzle bodies, can be sold with/without Ag Leader section control. 218-201-0547 For sale: Keller 36 row 30" band sprayer; double and single prop attachments, 500 gal tank; 4x4 bar; Hypro pump, always shedded. $2500. 701-640-4640 or 701-640-4016

2012 TopAir 1600 Sprayer on tracks. 1600 gal, 132’, auto height, accuboom section control, steerable hitch, envisio pro monitor. $90,000. 701-371-2790

ROW CROP EQUIPMENT

EMPLOYMENT

FOR SALE: 853 All Crop Header, 8 row, like new; $13,000. 843 Corn Head; $12,000 701-290-0007 or 701-290-2636

CUSTOM FARMING Looking for Wheat to Harvest. 4 John Deere Combines Available. Call Tim 620-204-0444 or Bryan at 620-341-1773 CUSTOM FARMING WANTED: Wheat, Beans, Corn, Beets, to plant, combine, also digging ground, share cropping. 701-219-6148

EMPLOYMENT Full time farm person for Sugar Beets, Potato and Grain farm. Position may start immediately. located at Minto, ND. 30 miles North of Grand Forks, ND. Brad Narloch 701-520-8341 or 701-248-3782 Tyler Narloch 701-520-8148 Help Wanted: Full Time Position Available for Hardworking, Reliable Individual. Duties Include, but Not Limited to: Maintenance, Operating Sprayer, Planter, Air Seeder, Combine, Semi Truck & Trailer, Tillage Equipment. Call 605-354-2875 FULL TIME POSITION on grain farm in North Central South Dakota. Main duties include operating large JD equipment, grain hauling and equipment maintenance. Excellent starting wage. Housing available. Send resume to: mrausch@venturecomm.net or call Mike Rausch 605-769-1336 or Chad Rausch 605-769-1799 Full and Part Time Farm Help Wanted Applicants should have previous farm experience and mechanical ability. Duties include operation of machinery including tractors, truck driving and other farm equip. also general farm laborer duties. Competitive wages along with housing provided.

Send resumes to: felbrosfarms@srt.com

Now hiring Elevator Manager in Halliday, ND. Needs to be experienced in grain cleaning & every day operations of an elevator business. Wages negotiable. 401k, health insurance, vacation. 701-938-4619, 701-2905983, 701-690-6778 or 701-260-1240.

Job Openings Custom Applicators • Britton, SD • Hecla, SD • Gwinner, ND • Doland, SD Full Circle Ag is seeking Commercial Custom Applicators at the above locations. Responsibilities include chemical and fertilizer application and maintenance. Must have CDL or willing to obtain one.

Sales Agronomist Doland, SD Full Circle Ag is seeking a Sales Agronomist. Duties include selling seed, fertilizer, chemical and scouting fields. Agronomy Degree and experience preferred. CDL is helpful.

Grain Elevator Maintenance and Attendant Forman, ND Full Circle Ag is seeking a Grain Elevator Maintenance and Attendant. Duties include grain receiving, grain shipping and operating grain equipment. Experience in maintenance and operation of equipment with understanding of grain operations is preferred.

Seasonal Truck Drivers • Hecla, SD • Groton, SD • Britton, SD • Pierpont, SD • Doland, SD Full Circle Ag is seeking Seasonal Truck Drivers at the above locations. Duties will include hauling dry fertilizer from the plant to the applicators and customers. Must have a CDL or the willingness to obtain one.

Contact: Missy Grandpre Phone: 605-397-2671

Email: grandprem@ fullcircleag.com


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needed for soybeans & corn. 45 minutes from Fargo. Wage DOE. Call 701-261-5676 or 701-668-2940 Modern dairy farm in NE SD looking for help. Experience with maternity/calf raising, milking or operating equipment in dairy barn helpful but not necessary. Must be dependable and able to work with other people. Schuring Farms Inc Andover SD. 605-298-5238 or 605-298-7238 Help Wanted: Full time position and two seasonal positions on Valley Grain Farm. Excellent equipment, working conditions and compensation. Call Michael at 701-430-0812

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

With Processing Plants in Leeds and Petersburg, ND Receiving Stations in Maddock, and Grace City, ND

EMPLOYMENT

3 Temp positions: Farm work, 03/01/13 to 12/31/13 @ 15.25 p/hr. Housing provided, 48 hrs p/ wk. ¾ guarantee, transportation and subsistence expenses to worksite paid after 50% completion of contract. Tools, equipment provided at no cost. Min. 3 months experience. Duties: drive, plant, harvest, store grain, repair operate tractor, rock picker, plow, disc, drill, harvest equip, sprayer, grain truck. Harold Eidsness, Brocket, ND. Interested? Ap-

Person needed for custom application in a retail fertilizer location. Job duties will include operation of both floater and sprayer in season. Will also assist in our VRT Division with collection of soil samples, collecting data, and assisting in map creation. Above average wages. But does include long hours at times. Team player and great attitude a must. Also looking for seasonal worker. Send Resumes to: Clark County Farmers Elevator P.O. Box 256 Clark, SD 57225

ply at ND Workforce Solutions 701-328-3066, job # 303035.

2 Temp positions: Farm work, 3/1/13 to 12/31/13 @ 15.25 p/hr. Housing provided, 48 hrs p/ wk. 3/4 guarantee, transportation and subsistence expenses to worksite paid after 50% completion of contract. Tools, equipment provided at no cost. Min. 3 months experience. Duties: drive, plant, harvest, store grain, repair operate tractor, rock picker, plow, disc, drill, harvest equip, sprayer, grain truck. Must be able to obtain a drivers license with 30-90 days following hire. Tronson Farms, Doyon, ND,

I n t e re s te d ? A p pl y a t N D W or k f or c e S o lu t i on s, 70 1- 32 8- 3 06 6, job #303021.

2 Temp positions: Farm work, 03/03/13 to 12/31/13 @ 15.25 p/hr. Housing provided, 48 hrs p/ wk. 3/4 guarantee, transportation and subsistence expenses to worksite paid after 50% completion of contract. Tools, equipment provided at no cost. Min. 3 months experience. Duties: drive, plant, harvest, store grain, repair operate tractor, rock picker, plow, disc, drill, harvest equip, sprayer, grain truck. Must be able to obtain a driver’s license within 30-90 days following hire. Marshall Craft Farms, Stanley, ND.

Contact Job Service ND, 701-328-3066, job #303280.

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BUILDINGS/ BINS

EMPLOYMENT Full Time Position on an Irrigated Grain Farm in Central SD. Preferred experience with newer John Deere equipment with AMS and center pivot operation and maintenance. Must have CDL and be self motivated. Good pay, pickup furnished, and possibly housing. Send a letter of inquiry or resume to FHW 1516 E Sioux Ave, Box 176, Pierre, SD 57501

FOR SALE: 400 BPH 40' galvanized grain leg; $2100. Down ready to haul away. Call: 218-289-0988

Territory SalesAg Equipment Westfietld Industries is looking for a motivated, dependable and organized sales representative for the state of South Dakota. The main responsibility in this position would be to actively promote Westfield products and nurture our business relationship with our dealers. The ideal candidate will be a mid-career sales professional seeking a challenging, but rewarding, territory to manage. A minimum of 3 years’ experience in agricultural product sales in a field position is preferred. We offer excellent benefits including health, dental and vision insurance, 401k, paid holidays, travel expenses, vehicle, laptop and cell phone. To apply for this position, submit resume and cover letter to

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Leeds: 701-466-2398 Petersburg: 701-345-8264 Maddock: 701-438-2441 Grace City: 701-674-3144 or 701-307-0408

We are buyers and processors of Pinto Beans and Black Turtle Beans. If you have beans to sell give us a call! We have trucking available.

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EMPLOYMENT

Certified CDC Meadow yellow peas Certified CDC Treasure yellow peas Certified CDC Patrick green peas Certified DG Max durum Certified Divide durum Certified Tioga durum Certified VT Peak durum Registered Carpio durum Certified York flax Common York flax Certified Mott HRSW Certified Glenn HRSW Certified Barlow HRSW Certified Brennan HRSW Certified Prosper HRSW Certified SY Soren HRSW Certified Jenna HRSW

Cash Discounts Available Mark Birdsall

Plant: (701) 453-3300 Cell: (701) 240-9507

Pre Fab Insulated Wall Panels 4x8x4, 1 building was 30x80, 2nd 30x100. $10 per panel. 605-537-4871

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Premiums paid over the CBOT! Contact Ron or Joel with your 2012 crop availability and 2013 crop contracting interest today. We’d like you to...

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Soybean Contracts Available Richland IFC is currently contracting for variety specific Non-GMO soybeans. A limited number of contracts are available for total production Good agronomics and high yield potential varieties are available. Grower references are available.

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High value premiums are based off the Chicago Board of Trade. Opportunities exist to earn $2.00–5.00 OVER the CBOT.

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218-643-1797


AGWEEK/Monday, January 21, 2013 A31

BUILDINGS/ BINS (2) 30' in diameter Bins, 8 ring narrow, 12,000 bushels, power sweeps, full air floor with fan; $8,000/ea. Will sell separate or together. Call: 320-808-0736

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

HAY FOR SALE: Round or large square bales alfalfa or grass hay. Delivery available by semi. Ose Hay Farm, Thief River Falls, Minnesota. Call or Text LeRoy at 218-689-6675.

For Sale: Registered Advance, Forefront and PowerPlay; certified Faller, Barlow and Albany spring wheat. SP12036. New and used conveyall seed tenders and belt conveyors. Call Doug Abeln Seed Co. 605-397-8113 or 605-380-0200

New wheat varieties for 2013! LCS Breakaway (High Protein and yield!) Powerplay (Balanced easy threshing) Albany (Highest yielding variety tested!) Certified AgriPro SY-Soren-(High revenue variety) Reg and Cert Conlon Barley (High quality high yields and early) Delivery and Treating available on all call Rocky at Nettum Seeds LLC 701-430-1149

SEED FOR SALE

BIN JACKING CREW AVAILABLE

Private Soybeans: ProSeed 11-50's, and ProSeed 20-30's/RR Wheat Varieties Registered & Certified: Albany, "New" Breakaway, Prosper Barlow and Powerplay Barley Registered & Certified Tradition Barley Corn: ProSeed Corn Varieties "Bulk" or "Tote Bags"; Delivery Available: Howe Seed Farm, Casselton, ND. Call Jim at 701-238-1285 or 701-347-4879 www.howeseedfarm.com

All in-house sales and construction of GSI Bins. Available for 2013 Booking season. Shop: 218-739-6388 or Justin: 218-849-3021 4-5800 bushel grain bins, full drying floor. 4 Kelo electric motors. 5HP Call 701-739-1637 Kevin Lorrich Hopper Bottom Bin, 3200 bushel with 4 site gauges; $5,000. Lidgerwood, ND 701-640-2113 ★★★★★★ All Steel Buildings. We Build Any Size! Holtey Construction 605-225-3631 www.holtey.com ★★★★★ OVERHEAD & BIFOLD DOORS We will remodel your building to fit the door H C DOORS 605-225-3631 or www.holtey.com ★★★★★ Ahrens Bin Sales Located near Redwood Falls, MN. Largest supply of Used Grain equipment in the upper Midwest. Bins from 4,000 bu50,000 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

Buchholz Seed Farm is offering Cert. and Reg. Barlow, Prosper wheat; Sheyenne and ProSoy soybeans; Cert. Tradition barley. Terning Seed's 4060RR24 Soybeans 0.6 maturity. Very high yielding and disease resistance soybean. Casselton ND 701-347-4058 FOR SALE: Pinnacle barley seed, Elm River Farms, Harley Scholl, Grandin, ND 701-860-6470. For Sale: Prosper Wheat Seed. Contact Rick, 701-320-2807 or 701-435-2220. 2012 Spring Wheat Straw, biodegradeable plastic twine, made with 567 John Deere Baler, $45/Bale, Loaded at Farm. 605-222-4237 or 605-280-8508

Conventional Corn Seed For Sale Olafson Agrarian Enterprises Call Darren @ 701-521-0073 www.olafson.us Seed For Sale: Reg. & Cert. Wheat: Albany, Powerplay, Jenna, Soren, RB07, Prosper. Barley: Lacey. Oats: Rockford. Bulk or Tote Bags, Delivery Available. Nelson Farms: 701-741-4901 701-599-2080 Oat & wheat straw for sale in rounds & small squares; Also grass in small squares, good quality. Leonard, ND 701-361-1499 or 701-645-2213. For Sale: Registered horsepower oats. 218-766-6355 WANTED: Damaged or Wet Feed Grain. Will pick up. Northwood, ND. Call: 701-587-6042 or 701-587-5433 or 218-779-5640 BIG ROUND BALES Net wrapped, irrigated corn. Irrigated soy bean residue. 12 miles North, Pierre SD JES Farms. 605-264-5401 ext. 2 or 605-222-0008

SALE OF REAL ESTATE The Estate of Pat O’Brien is offering for sale the following land: Tract 1: Tract 2:

Township 139 North, Range 100 West, Billings County, ND Section 3: NW1/4, less 10 acres (147.9 acres) Section 4: SE1/4 (160 acres)

Tract 3: Tract 4:

Township 140 North, Range 100 West, Billings County, ND Section 34: SW1/4 (south of I-94) (112 acres) Section 34: S1/2NW1/4 north of I-94) (83.98 acres) The property will be offered in tracts and then as a whole.

The above described property is subject to a lease which terminates on December 31, 2013. Terms of the sale, information and a bid packet may be obtained at the offices of: Michael J. Maus Maus & Nordsven, P.C. 137 First Avenue West, P.O. Box 570 Dickinson, ND 58602 Interested bidders must submit written bids to the above address prior to January 31, 2013, at 1:30 p.m., at which time bids will be opened at the above offices. Those submitting written bids may orally raise their bids at that time. All coal, oil, gas and all other minerals are reserved. The seller reserves the right to reject any and all bids or waive any irregularities. For further information contact:

Jim O’Brien at 701-575-2001 or 701-495-2002 for showing or: Michael J. Maus at 701-483-4500 Fax: 701-483-4501 Email: maus@mnattys.com

SEED FOR SALE

Wheat - Reg & Cert Brennan, Jenna, SY Soren, Cert Barlow, Faller. Albany & Powerplay Barley - Cert Lacey Reg & Cert Tradition STEIN SEED CO. McVille, ND 701-322-4350 866-322-4350 For Sale: 150 CRP and Grass Bales. $160/Ton. Can Load and Deliver. Call 605-280-4098 ask for Mike, Vivian, SD Area WANTED: Medium Square bales of alfalfa mixed hay, grass hay. 715-574-4355 Certified Barlow Wht Seed, 96% germ. Certified Stellar ND Brly Seed, $9/bushel. Top yielding brly @ Langdon 3 yr. avg. of 112.4 bushel per acre. Rollette, ND 701-246-3576 or 701-871-2273

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT NEW CROP FEED BARLEY CONTRACTS Dakota Dry Bean, Inc. is contracting new crop feed barley. Licensed & bonded in North Dakota & Minnesota. Fair grading. Quick pay.

Please call Dakota Dry Bean at 701-746-7493.

NEW CROP YELLOW PEA CONTRACTS Dakota Dry Bean, Inc. is contracting new crop yellow peas. Licensed & bonded in North Dakota & Minnesota. Quick pay.

Please call Dakota Dry Bean at 701-746-7493.

WE HAUL CORN DISTILLERS. HAUL YOUR LIME:

In the winter, ready to spread in the spring. Call for pricing: 701-219-1359 150 CRP hay $50 per bale, large rounds, net wrapped, 1500 lbs. Also 300 winter wheat large round straw bales, $30 per bale, net wrapped, 25 miles NE of Stanley, ND. 701-339-1109

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT TOBOLT SEED

New Reg. Norden, and Cert. WB-Mayville. Reg. and Cert. Rollag, Prosper, RB07, Faller, Barlow, Vantage, and Oklee Wheat. AGRIPRO VARIETY SY SOREN. ALL THUNDER ROUNDUP AND CONVENTIONAL VARIETIES OF SOYBEANS AND SEED CORN. Ask about early order and seed treatment discounts. Also, clear hilum conventional soybean contracts available in different maturities and seed sizes. Cert. Lacey, and Tradition Barley. Cert. Souris oats. CRP mix and lawn seed. All seeds available in bulk, mini-bulk, or bags. Custom cleaning available. Call today for your high quality seed needs. Matt Gilbertson or Steve Tobolt, Tobolt Seed, 1334 50th St. S. Moorhead, MN 56560. 218-287-2904 or 218-329-1364 with 83 years of experience. For Sale 1000 big square wheat straw bales, stored inside, delivery available. Also 1,100 tons of alfalfa hayage, 139RFV, 54% moisture, $100 per ton, 605-949-2132 For Sale: Large round bales of wheat straw and corn stover. Baled with plastic twine, located south central ND 701-452-2596 or 701-452-2141


A32 AGWEEK/Monday, January 21, 2013

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

FEED, SEED & HAY AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

Certified Seed For Sale

SEED FOR SALE

Certified CDC Meadow & CDC Treasure yellow peas, Certified CDC Patrick green peas, Certified DG Max, Divide, Tioga, & VT Peak durum, Registered Carpio durum, Certified & Common York flax, Certified Mott, Glenn, Barlow, Brennan, Prosper, SY Soren & Jenna HRSW.

Cert. Lacey - SOLD OUT Reg. Lacey - SOLD OUT Cert. Tradition Reg. Tradition Reg. Quest Reg. Celebration

CERT. SEED FOR SALE Cert. Sy Soren Cert. Prosper Cert. RB07 NOESKE SEED FARM 877-865-1300 701-845-1300

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Birdsall Grain & Seed, LLC “A Farmers Seed Company” Seed Plant (701) 453-3300 Mark's Cell (701) 240-9507

DAKOTA HAY AUCTION OF CORSICA, SD In addition to our auctions EVERY Monday at Corsica we will also have an Auction EVERY Friday in Parker, SD. (These Will Begin Feb. 1st 2013) We will also maintain ebay type online auction anytime. For ALL this information & Sales Results go to

BARLEY

WHEAT

Reg. Glenn Cert. Glenn • Cert. Faller Reg. Faller • Cert. Barlow Reg. Barlow • Reg. Prosper

LEGEND SOYBEANS

07R22 Beans 03 UP TO 007 MATURITIES AVAILABLE

HERMAN SEED

ND Approved Seed Conditioning Plant “GROWERS & PROCESSORS OF QUALITY SEED” 701-466-2396 FOR DETAILS Straw for sale: big rounds, net wrapped, single rows, 1200# avg. delivery possible, $20 call Joe 218-478-4676 32' 777 1060 JD air drill, excellent shape. 701-741-6670

dakotahayauction@yahoo.com

Big round hay bales for sale, around 1100 lbs to 1200 lbs, $40 a bale, mostly plastic twine, some sisel twine. Call: 701-270-8022

Wanted to Haul Hay. have 2 53’ Step Decks, large round or big square bales, long or short hauls. 605-770-6453

65 Bales of CRP hay and 65 Bales of Corn Stalk Bales. 605-493-6564 or 605-290-2186

www.dakotahayauction.com or Call 605-770-0662 Email

LANGDON, ND LAND FOR SALE ON BIDS Schefter Estate Mt Carmel Township - Cavalier County, ND

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 For Sale: Certified Faller and Barlow Spring Wheat. Storley Farms. 605-486-4458 Hay For Sale: 1400lb round upland grass hay, plastic tie, will load, excellent quality; $40/bale. North Central North Dakota Call: 701-537-5454 or 701-537-3211

HAYING EQUIPMENT

For Sale: Hesston 6650 swather, needs reel bats, call for info and price. 605-835-9228 4022 Versatile swather head for Bi-Directional tractor. 22 Feet wide. Will fit a 256, 276, 9030, TV140, or TV145. Englevale, ND 701-680-2376 WANTED: New Holland Self Loading Bale Wagon. Call Allan at 701-967-8333

For Sale: 150 CRP Bales, 1200 lbs a bale, Plastic twine, Put up right, Tolstoy Area, Please Call 605-530-4915

Own Farmland?

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

The Leader in Sugarbeet Stock Brokerage Since 1994. 800-279-3200 Ext. 3407 or 3299 www.alerusagstock.com

FOR SALE: JD 956 Mower Conditioner, urethane rolls, draw bar hitch, always shedded, was not used last season; $14,500. Call: 605-268-0366

REAL ESTATE/ AG STOCK

Member FINRA/SIPC • Not FDIC Insured • Not bank guaranteed • May lose value

WANT TO RENT: Land for 2013 & Beyond North & East of EGF Fisher, Oslo, Alvarado, Warren Area N & J Farms Call Kevin Johnson 701-741-4295 Looking for farm ground or pasture to rent. 605-354-7523 or 605-458-2425

112 Acres Highly Productive Grain / Row Crop Land Located 1 Mile East and 3½ Miles North of Manvel, ND LEGAL DESCRIPTION SW¼NW¼, NW¼SW¼ and SE¼NW¼ Ex 8 acres, Section 25, T154 N R51 W BIDDING PROCEDURE Written bids will be received by Red River Land Co, LLC until 12:00 noon on Friday, February 8, 2013. Those submitting the ten highest written bids will be notified and invited to attend the oral bidding to be held on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 at 10:00 am at the Bremer Bank in Grand Forks, ND. TERMS OF SALE AND CLOSING The terms of the sale are cash. A 10% earnest money deposit will be required of the successful bidder on the date of sale, with the balance due in full in 30 days. Sellers will provide an updated abstract of title evidencing marketable title. Sellers reserve 50% of subsurface mineral rights and reserve the right to reject any and all bids and to waive any irregularities. For a detailed brochure and bid form contact John Botsford at:

REAL ESTATE/ AG STOCK Farm Land for Cash Rent KITTSON COUNTY HILL TOWNSHIP SECT-05 TWP-162 RANGE-050 S1/2NW1/4 & LOTS 3 & 4 & LESS WLY 82 FT OF THE NW1/4 FOR ROAD R/W + KITTSON COUNTY ST VINCENT TOWNSHIP SECT-31 TWP-163 RANGE-050 S1/2 & LESS ELY 80 FT OF THE S1/2 FOR ROAD R/W Conditions: 2 year lease beginning 2013. Bidding will close on January 31, 2013. Signed contract within 30 days. 382+/- tillable acres

Wayne Berge 722 Harvey Mtn Rd Barnet, VT 05821 or harveyslakerentals@gmail.com

Professional Sugar Beet Stock Management Contact: Jayson Menke at (218) 779-1293 or Eric Skolness at (218) 233-1333

Hay for sale: 1st, 2nd, 3rd crop round bales, alfalfa grass, mixed pw up without rain and stored in hayshed. Mahnomen, MN Call 218-935-2601 FOR SALE: 250 Corn stalk bales, plastic twine wrapped, bales weighing 1100 lbs. Can Load. Call 605-396-7500

REAL ESTATE/ AG STOCK

Senior Independent Living Apartments

Located in Wahpeton & Breckenridge. Two bedroom units with attached heated garage, laundry room, walkin shower & closets, in-floor heat, 9ft ceilings, spacious, security entrance, 911 medical alert system, community room with kitchen & maintenance free living. Call 701-261-7722 for an appointment or more information.

Young Farmer looking to rent or share crop land Also looking to rent ACSC stock. Call anytime: 701-520-0846 Wanted Pasture for 2013. Joe Painter 605-375-3718 or 605-641-3213 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 WANTED: Farmland for rent in NW Minnesota or Eastern North Dakota. Paying very competitive rates. Call anytime 218-790-6000

FOR SALE REAL ESTATE LOCATED IN NEW SOLUM TOWNSHIP OF MARSHALL COUNTY, MINNESOTA South Half of the Northwest Quarter (S½NW¼) and the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (SW¼NE ¼) of Section Ten(10) in Township One Hundred Fifty-five (155) North of Range Forty-four (44) West, Marshall County, Minnesota. The procedure for bidding on the sale of this real estate will be as follows: 1. Written, sealed bids for the parcel shall be submitted to the law office of Drenckhahn and Williams, 423 North Main Street, P.O. Box 159, Warren, MN 56762 no later than 5:00 p.m. on February 20, 2013. 2. The sealed bids shall state the full amount of the bid and shall not be on a per acre basis and the bid must state the name, address and telephone number of the bidder. 3. The top five written bidders shall be notified and given an opportunity to submit oral bids on February 22, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. at the office of Drenckhahn and Williams, 423 North Main Street, Warren, MN 56762. 4, The terms of the sale are cash, with a 10% down payment to be made when the bid is accepted and full payment be made within 45 days thereafter. 5. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved.

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

For further information, contact Michael D. Williams at Drenckhahn and Williams, 423 North Main Street, Warren, MN 56762, telephone number 218-745-4321.


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REAL ESTATE/ AG STOCK Land Wanted. Buying crop land, pasture and CRP land, will lease back. Confidential 612-220-1042. Leave detailed message. Pasture For Rent To Highest Bidder. 508 acres of pasture in SE MacIntosh County from May 25th to October 1st. 20% to hold and balance due April 1st, 2013. Two or three year contract. For more information call 701-374-5211. Send all bids to Lee Martz, 5275 98th St. SE, Ashley, ND 58413. All bids are subject to rejection. Bids must be in by January 21, 2013.

Kittson County Land for Sale

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398 acres in Davis Township Located 2 miles south & 2 miles east of Kennedy.

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For details contact: Andy Gudajtes (218)779-7305 AGudajtes@FarmersNational.com or Jayson Menke (218) 779-1293 JMenke@FarmersNational.com www.farmersnational.com

WANTED TO RENT: Young rancher looking to rent pasture in Cass, Barnes, Ransom or Richland County. Willing to fix fence. Call anytime. 701-238-1064 Approx 1537 acres pasture land located in Stanley County NE of Hayes SD. Also, approx 5000 acres +/pasture land, divided into approx 700 acre lots with water and fences. All adjoins, corrals on it, located south of Hot Springs SD. Call Bob at Mitchell Realty LLC Mitchell SD 605-770-3613

REAL ESTATE/ AG STOCK PRIME FARMLAND FOR SALE ON BIDS NOBLE TOWNSHIP CASS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA Tract #1: S1/2 of Section 21-143-49 Tract #2: NW1/4 of Section 27-143-49 Tract #3: SE1/4 of Section 28-143-49 BID INFORMATION: Bid packets containing specific land information and the bid form can be obtained by calling 218-287-3543. Neither Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. nor the heirs warrant all information provided in the bid packet. It is the responsibility of the prospective buyer to review & inspect the land and information prior to submitting a bid. BID PROCEDURE: Written bids must be submitted, in a sealed envelope marked Noble Township Land Sale Bid, to Wells Fargo Trust, Attn: David R. Camrud, Real Estate Manager, P.O. Box 340, Moorhead, MN 56561, by 12:00 pm, February 6, 2013. SELLER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS. Land for lease on bids NE 1/4 of 22-125-70 McPherson County, SD. Land may be tilled or hayed, two highest bidders will be able to re-bid. 2013 rent to be pain in full on April 1, 2013. Bids due on Wednesday January 23, 2013. Send Bids to Merle Hob PO Box 73 Eureka SD 57437-0073 WANTED: To purchase 80 to 160 acres of land in Eastern South Dakota. 605-693-3820.

For Sale: At The Ranch 1100 Bred Heifers • 800 Blk Angus & 200 Blk Baldies Bred to Blk Angus Registered Bulls • 100 Red Angus Bred to Red Angus Bulls All are March & April calvers & ultrasounded for calving dates. Heifers weigh approx. 1050# and are bred to low birth weight bulls. —Delivery Arrangements Available —

Boeckel Angus Ranch 701-748-6540 or 701-870-6541

REAL ESTATE/ AG STOCK Older 3BR, 1BA, 3 stall detached garage, on large corner lot with RV hookup in Lake Preston, SD. Close to good hunting and lakes. 605-203-3272 Crop land for Rent 147 acres of No hel soil SW 1/4 of sec 32T130R67W North side of Hwy #11 East side of 61st Ave McIntosh County ND Harry Nitschke 6165 Hwy 11 Ashley ND 58413 701-374-5401 Looking for Pasture 400-200 Pairs, 2013 and beyond. Ellendale, ND area, willing to travel. 701-710-0396 References Available.

EVER WONDER WHAT YOUR PROPERTY IS WORTH? Land prices are at an All-Time High! Contact us for a complete, professional evaluation of your land or farm. CAN-DO Auction & Real Estate, Amy Nikolaisen, Auctioneer, Realtor, 877-812-4305, 701-303-0392

candoauctions.com SELL YOUR LAND OR FARM AT TODAY’S MARKET VALUE AND RECEIVE TOP DOLLAR WITH A PROVEN LEADER!

400,000 ACRES SOLD IN THE PAST 10 YEARS At Record Setting Values!!!

FREE CONSULTATION!

Kevin Pifer

701-238-5810 kpifer@pifers.com 1506 29th Ave S Moorhead, MN 56560 877.700.4099

www.pifers.com

REAL ESTATE/ AG STOCK Looking to lease large farms and ranches to run 1,500 cows and/or 5,000 yearlings. Can split into smaller groups. Must have good water, fence, corrals and access. Will consider all locations and year long or summer deals. Also, looking for large tracks of farmland to lease longterm or to purchase. 605-850-3887 Want to Rent: Looking for 500 acres of land for sugar beets for the year 2013 & beyond in EGF, Oslo, Alvarado, Warren & Tabor areas. Reply Address: GF Herald Attn: CL4077 PO Box 6008 Grand Forks, ND 58206

REAL ESTATE/ AG STOCK 28 Acre building site, great for horses or cattle. Near Clear Lake/Castlewood Exit on I-29. 5 Bedroom, 2 1/2 bathroom ranch home built in 2003, Machine Shed, Cattle Buildings, and Grain Storage. Asking $285,000 OBO. Call Jeff 605-881-5221 or 605-874-2906 WANT TO RENT: Any Amount of ACSC Beet Stock for 2013 & Beyond. Call: 218-455-3521 Looking for American Crystal Beet Stock for 2013 and/or beyond. 218-843-1070

REAL ESTATE/ AG STOCK WANTED TO RENT

Land for potatoes in Walsh, Pembina & Grand Forks County for 2013 or multiyear contract. M.V. Collette Farms Grafton, ND 701-352-2074 or 701-520-2074 Young Farmer looking to Rent Farmland or on shares in Roscoe/Bowdle area, & Eureka/Ashley area. Financially approved Call James at 605-216-0270

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LIVESTOCK SALE CALENDAR

FRI., JAN 25 - 1:00 PM/MT 30th Annual Soreide Charolais Ranch Bull Sale. At The Ranch. Bowman, ND. FRI., JAN 25 - 1:30 PM/CT 13th Annual Vandeberghe’s Flying V Angus Production Sale. Kist Livestock Auction. Mandan, ND. SAT., JAN 26 - 12:00 PM/MT 21 Angus Annual Top Cut Bull Sale. At The Ranch. New England, ND. SAT., FEB 2 - 1:00 PM/CT Boeckel’s Registered Angus Ranch 59th Production Sale. Kist Livestock. Mandan, ND. WED., FEB 6 - 12:30 PM/MT Begger’s Diamond V Big Sky Genetic Source Bull Sale. At the Ranch. Wibaux, MT. FRI., FEB 8 - 1:00 PM/CT TNT Simmentals 28th Annual ”Genetic Explosion” Sale. At The Ranch. Almont, ND. SAT., FEB 9 - 10:00 AM/CT Schaff Angus Valley 110th Production Sale. At The Ranch. St. Anthony, ND. THU., FEB 14 - 1:30 PM/CT 8th Annual Bichler/Johnson Production Sale. Linton Livestock. Linton, ND. TUE., FEB 19 - 1:00 PM/MT Gill Red Angus “You Buy, We Bid” Livestock Sale. Pifer’s Auction & Realty. Timber Lake, SD. WED., FEB 20 - 1:30 PM/CT 14th Annual Barenthsen/Bullinger Red Angus Production Sale. At The Ranch. Powers Lake, ND. SAT., MAR 3 - 1:00 PM/MT Tuhy Angus Ranch 23rd Annual Production Sale. At Stockmens West. Dickinson, ND. TUE., MAR 5 - 1:30 PM/MT Ridl Farms Angus Annual Production Sale. Stockmen’s West. Dickinson, ND. FRI., MAR 8 - 1:30 PM/MT Leland Red Angus Ranch Annual Production Sale. At The Ranch. Sidney, MT. SAT., MAR 9 - 1:30 PM/CT Fast-Dohrmann 42nd Annual Production Sale. Kist Livestock Auction. Mandan, ND. MON., MAR 11 - 1:30 PM/CT Keller Broken Heart Ranch. Kist Livestock Auction. Mandan, ND. TUE., MAR 26 - 5:30 PM/CT CB Charolais Annual Production Sale. Napoleon Livestock. Napoleon, ND. FRI., APR 5 - 1:00 PM/CT Edge of the West Simmental & Sim Angus Bull Sale. Kist Livestock. Mandan, ND. MON., MAY 6 - 1:30 PM/CT Spickler Ranch Annual Production Sale. At The Ranch. Glenfield, ND. WED., MAY 8 - 6:00 PM/CT Hoyt’s Angus Ranch Annual Production Sale. At The Ranch. McHenry, ND.

To find out how you can be listed on this calendar call: FAYETTE HEIDECKER heidecker@ndsupernet.com 1-800-681-0679 Grand Forks • Fargo • Dickinson • Sioux Falls


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REAL ESTATE/ AG STOCK

ANTIQUES AND CRAFTS

HORSES

LIVESTOCK

LIVESTOCK

90 Acres of Established Farm Land, Located 2 Miles west of Ponca, NE North of Highway 12. Land has been sub divided and recorded with the court house, 19 lots, 3 1/2 to 6 1/2 acre tracks. At this time all into corn. Additional 4 or 5 acre tracks with all utilities. 360-929-1616 or 402-755-2237 leave message

Chevy 1964 Impala Super Sport, 2 door hard top, 454 4 spd on the floor, needs restoration, Best offer. 605-223-3172 evenings.

2003 Sooner 4 horse slant stock combo, front dressing room with AC, all aluminum, very nice condition, $12,500. Call 605-237-4323

For Sale: BA12 Knight Mixer Wagon, Digital Scale, Complete Rebuilt, Shedded, and Repainted, $8,500, 605-421-0611

HORSES

WANTED Pasture for 50-200 Pairs 605-882-1622 if no answer, please leave a message.

Janecke Horseshoeing

For Sale: 2001 Hawk 3 Horse slant load trailer, living quarters, heat, air, rear tack, $15,000 OBO. For More Information 605-226-0977 or 605-380-9784

80 black, SWF bred heifers 1050 lbs. Bred to LBW Angus sons of ABS AI sires objective, efficient, 878. Vaccinated, poured, pelvic measured. Ultrasound tested, 21 day calving periods, Due March 7-May 9. Iroquois, SD 605-354-6985

LIVESTOCK

Looking for 150 head of share or lease cows on year round basis. 605-466-2650 call in evenings or leave a message.

•1¼" 4'X 20' 6 rail

For sale: 40 Pure bred black Angus cows, from 5-6 years old, due to start calving April 1, out of AI sires and bred to AI sires, great quality cows, efficient, 701-321-2911 or 701-321-9065

(approx 8-11 ga.)

Shoeing and Trimming Pierre, SD - Will travel 605-228-8237

Looking for ACS BEET STOCK to rent

Will Pickup Unwanted Horses. 320-905-2626

Young farmer looking for acs beet stock to rent for 2013 crop season. Multiple contract options. 701-371-2639

10 yr. old Black Morgan Gelding, broke to ride and drive double, gentle, easy to catch, solid black, $1,200. 605-680-2041

HAUGEN SALES & LEASING Delivery and Low Rate Financing Available. “WE DELIVER ANYWHERE” • 10 Miles North of Wyndmere, ND

Mike Cell (701) 730-1895 • Don Cell (701) 799-0976 • (800) 458-4796 or (701) 439-2534

THIS IS HOW WE FEED CATTLE IN THE 21ST CENTURY -- THE SUPREME VERTICAL FEED MIXER. 1200T SHOWN HERE. ALSO IN STOCK 900T & 700T

New Equipment in Stock MIXER WAGONS: • • • • •

HARSH 575 cu. ft. HARSH 375 cu. ft. HARSH 303 cu. ft. SUPREME 1200T/900T/700T Vertical Mixers LAIRD VR 750 -- Twin Auger Vertical Mixer

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2008 VB 560 2008 VB 750 w/ 96 Kenworth W900 2009 VB 560 NEW 2013 VB 750

MEYER VERTICAL SPREADERS:

ROTO GRIND 1090 HAY GRINDER • Economical,Quick • Own yours today!

NE

ROTO GRIND HAY GRINDERS: • 760 & 1090 Sizes, In Stock Now

MEYER Rear Unload Forage Boxes:

• 26 ft. Model 8100 w/ Flotation Tires • 36 ft. Model 9100 ---9136 Semi Trailer w/ super singles

Used Equipment in Stock

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MEYERS VERTICAL MIXERS • 4 Used Machines • 2 New Machines • 560 and 750 Bushel Sizes • CallToday

USED MIXERS:

• SUPREME 900T -- Dog Leg or Flat Conveyor, you choose. Fully Reconditioned, Excellent Condition • SUPREME 500 -- 2009 Model, Corner conveyor. Only 6 months use • SUPREME 900 T -- Great Shape - Buy it now! • KNIGHT 3300, very clean • KNIGHT 3250 w/conveyor • KNIGHT 3150 – nice condition • KNIGHT 3070 – nice condition • KNIGHT 3450 – new liners & augers • KNIGHT 3036 - very good cond. w/ 3 auger conveyor • PATZ – 750 cu. ft, 4 auger • PATZ – 375 cu. ft, 4 auger, new flightings • PATZ – 380 cu. ft, 3 auger, new flightings • PATZ – 305 cu. ft, 3 auger, new flightings • GEHL 5950 -- 950 cu. ft, 4 auger (built by Patz) • BUFFALO HENKE 370 – 5’ conveyor (3 in stock) • HENKE 370 – new flightings • LUCKNOW – 285 cu. ft, new condition • LUCKNOW 375 – 4 auger mixer

75 Day Warranty on All Used Mixer Wagons • SCHULER 400BF Feeder Box • WISHEK 6516 Feader Box • MEYER 3514 on a Chassis • MEYER 560 - B60 Bushel, slop gate, 2011 Model

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 Angus Females for Sale We have 1900 bred females and only want to calf half of them. All are home raised commercial Angus bred Angus. 18 yr of breeding, 10 yrs as a closed herd. Select your age group, load lots, gate cut. Excellent cows. 1st calvers 520 head Coming 3’s 360 head Coming 4’s 300 head Coming 5’s 260 head Coming 6’s 300 head Coming 7’s 160 head Contact Dale Suhn at Cannon River Ranches Highmore SD, 605-852-2306 or email at cannonriver@sbtc.net 130 Head of Black Bred Heifers, $1350. Call 605-228-7433

130 Head of Black Bred Heifers, $1350. Call 605-228-7433 100 head of Holstein heifers, open and breedable, 600 lbs., $1.10 per lb, all AI breeding. Will sell one or more, 320-905-4490 20 Blk/Bwf 3 year old first calf heifers for $1850 and 40 Blk/Bwf first calf heifers for $1750. Start calving middle of March for sixty days. Preg tested Dec. 14. Lidgerwood ND 701-640-2375 or 701-640-3240 FOR SALE: 275 IH manure spreader, top feeder, good sides and floor, $1,500/offer. 605-421-0611 For Rent: 2000 head nursery barn. 507-530-1075 For Sale: 7x20 2002 Exiss stock trailer, new tires, no rust, excellent condition, $10,000. 507-825-4649.

Ellingson Simmental Performance Bull & Female Sale Saturday, February 16, 2013 • 1 :00 pm CST Rugby Livestock Auction, Rugby, ND

Selling:

62 Simmental and SimAngus Yearling Bulls 19 Open Heifers / Show Prospects • 7 Bred Heifers Other sires include: Ellingson Dominator W905, 25 sons of Wheatland Bull 680S, Ellingson Top Gun X12, and ER K33B. Bulls will be ultrasounded and guaranteed breeders

USED TRUCKS:

HARSH 575 4-AUGER MIXER

Heavy duty 1/2 “ abrasion resistant steel fittings. Claim your harsh today

• ’93 IH w/KNIGHT 3050 mixer box, Allison Auto • 2000 GMC -- chassis cab, 6500 series, 454 Allison Trans, Cheaper than Duramax, Works like a Duramax. Ready for Flat Bed • ‘87 IH 4700 -- 466 eng/Allison/3 spd aux, chassis cab • 98 IH 4900 w/ SAC 500 CF 4 Auger Mixer Box

USED SPREADERS:

• MEYER VB 750 -- Verticle mixer, 750 Bu, 2008 Model, Perfect Condition. Just in • MEYER 7200 – vertical beater, 720 bu. • NH 791, dual beaters • RODA R-610 --Dual Beaters, 1,000 RPM, Slop Gate • MEYERS VB 560 --560 bu., dual apron, slop gate, 2009 Model

SUPREME 900T

RECONDITIONED, READY TO WORK. CHOOSE FROM DOGLEG OR FLAT CONVEYOR

Z200 Ellingson Ideal X13 x Ellingson Top Gun T742 EPDs: 6.4-4.2-93-150-7-12-58 Adj WW: 877 lbs. • Adj. YW: 1636 lbs.

Z228 Wheatland Bull 680S X Ellingson Dynamite U841 EPDs: 7.3-4.9-82-127-4-19-60 Adj. WW: 861 lbs. • Adj. YW: 1527 lbs.

View catalog online at: www.ellingsonsimmentals.com or simmgene.com

Also Available Harsh 375 4 Auger Mixer

Terry Ellingson & Family Phone: 701-384-6225 5065 125th Ave. NE Dahlen, ND 58224 email: tellings@polarcomm.com

120 Angus bred heifers. Bred to calve after March 1 to sons of Connealy Infocus 4925 for easy calving. Have had all shots. Will deliver Miller Angus Farms Estelline SD 605-690-4222 or 605-873-2852

HEAVY DUTY CONTINUOUS FENCE

LIVESTOCK 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.

Since 1953 Midway Polled Hereford's 701-996-3300 or 701-996-3111 or 701-302-0254

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•1½" 4'x20' 5 rail (approx 8-11 ga.)

•1¾" 4'x20' 5 rail •2" 4'x20' 5 rail

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Oilfield Pipe & Rod, Guardrail, Portable Panels, Free Standing Panels, Windbreak Panels & Sheeting, & Etc. ✘✘✘✘✘✘✘✘✘✘✘✘✘✘✘✘✘✘✘✘✘✘ Truckload Discounts Delivery Available

PAHLKE PIPE & ROD Mandan, ND 701-667-4335 or Jay 701-226-9940

★★★★★★★★★★★★★ Rorvig Ranch Co. Has top quality Red Angus, Red Baldy & Black Angus Heifers For Sale. Bred to low birth EPD Red Angus bulls for April 15 calving. Bangs vaccinated, Bovi-Shield and Dectomax treated. Call Rorvig Ranch Co. McVille, ND. Dan 701-322-4472, Home 701-797-7338, Cell 80 sychronized and AI Bred Red and Black Heifers. Bred to calving Easy Red Angus and Black Angus Bulls. No Clean up bulls. To Calve March 1st. Can Send/Email Pictures. Dale Lincoln, 701-261-0671

Lost River Livestock 3rd Annual Production Sale

Please join us on Saturday, February 2nd, 2013 for our video auction at the farm near Clearbrook, MN. Selling 45 spring and 18 mo old Gelbvieh, Balancer and Red Angus bulls and 15 bred heifers. Please go online to lostriverlivestockmn.com or call 218-766-3690 for more information or a catalog. Footrot plus pink-eye in one pellet that slow releases to cover 2 separate vaccinations - therefore only one handling. Has been successful for 3 years. Nold Animal Supply 605-765-2451 500 Black Angus bred heifers, bred to easy calving Black Angus bulls. Ultra sounded in 4-21 day calving periods beginning February 15th, weighing 1100 to 1200 lbs., had all pre-breeding shots. Call Harvey Tschetter 605-350-1153, Hitchcock, SD 26 Black bred heifers, bred Angus to calf March 20th thru April 18th. 12 head 9-12 year old cows, bred Simmental Angus, start calving March 10th. Call 701-374-7861.


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For Sale: Black and BWF heifers bred to proven, easy calving Blue Grass Charolais bulls. Will calf starting first part of April for 60 days. Heifers are weighing 1200 lbs, are poured, and have ScourBos shot. All cattle originate from RBM genetics and are great mothers with excellent frames and disposition. Please call 605-216-4852 for more information on these cattle. Located near Bristol, SD. No telemarketers please For Sale: 40 head of home raised Black Angus deep bodied, easy fleshing bred heifers. All heifers are of OCC genetics and bred to light birthweight easy calving OCC Black Angus bulls for a 55 day calving period starting April 27th. 701-357-8421. For Sale: 25 Home Raised Angus Heifers, bred to easy calving Angus bulls, to calf March 1 for 60 days. Ultrasounded for calving dates, PregGuard10 spring and fall, poured with Dectomax, $1750. Jankord Angus Farm call Tyler @ 605-520-7300

For Sale: 90 Black bred heifers, bred to easy calving bull, due to calf Mar 15, call 701-583-2810 or 701-208-1111. WANTED TO RENT: Young rancher looking to rent pasture in Cass, Barnes, Ransom or Richland County. Willing to fix fence. Call anytime. 701-238-1064

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For Sale: 60 Fancy Black Angus bred heifers. AI’d, ultrasounded, first Scour Guard shots, calve March 1st, $1600. Marts Angus, Conde SD 605-848-1200.

90 Red Angus heifers for sale, bull bred, start calving Feb. 20th for 21 days. 605-254-5947. FOR SALE: Guard rail windbreaks. 605-460-2563

Red Angus bulls coming 2 year olds, out of top AI sires, home raised, great disposition, no creep feed, Call evenings 701-797-2384 or 701-789-8045 For Sale: Twenty-two Black Angus bred heifers weighing 1100# , 17 head AI-bred to Genex Connealy In-Sure calving ease sire safe in calf for March 1st. Four head pasture-bred to calving ease bull New Design 027; first cycle to calve March 21st; vaccinated, poured and scourboss; quiet disposition. Amundson Angus, Larimore ND; 218-779-7631 701-343-2862.

For Sale: Notch hay feeders, good shape, always cleaned, 8 - 10 ply tires, 1- 20 feet long and other is 26 feet long. Make reasonable offer. Joel Halvorson, Milnor, ND 701-427-5562

For sale: 29 solid mouth, mixed bred cows. Start calving by March 1st. Aneta, ND. Call Rod @ 701-789-1002

2005 Verns 6x16 GN stock trailer, rubber floor, excellent condition, asking $4500. 605-458-2635.

Dale Haugen, Auctioneer Lic. #198

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160± 160±Acres Acres Steele County, North Dakota Steele County, North Dakota

485.71± Acres 485.71± Acres Barnes State Barnes County, County, State

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LAND AUCTION 286.98± Acres (pending survey) Grand Forks County, ND

Thursday, February 14, 2013, at 2:00PM Alerus Center, Grand Forks, ND

less 6.89 6.89 acres acres of ofSection Section1,1,T140 T140R56. R56. • NW¼ NW¼ and and S½, S½, less

City, NDND on on • Property Property located located33miles milesnorth northofofTower Tower City, Highway #1. Highway #1. • Barnes Barnes County County cropland croplandwith withpotential potentialto tobreak breakmore more ground; Gravel Pit income and good hunting. ground; Gravel Pit income and good hunting. • Property does contain FSA designated wetlands.  Property does contain FSA designated wetlands. • Land is subject to 3 year crop share lease. For property details, contact:

Brent M. Qualey, Agent Fargo, ND (701) 237-0059 or (701) 238-0725 cell

80± Acres Walsh County, North Dakota

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LAND LAND FOR FOR SALE

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Land For For Sale Land Sale on Bids Bids

 SE¼ of Section 4, T147 R56  Quality cropland enrolled in CRP, located 6 miles northeast of Finley, ND.  Bids due 4:30 pm Monday, January 28, 2013.  Bid sale 2:00 pm Wednesday, January 30, 2013.

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Thursday, February 14, 2013, at 2:00PM Alerus Center, Grand Forks, ND

Ewe lambs. 100 exposed ewe lambs. Bred by Rambouliet and Dorset rams. Some due end of March. Balance due May 1st. Asking $150. Call 701-361-9458

For Sale: Red and Black Gelbvieh cross bred heifers bred to proven calving ease bulls. Start calving March 10th. Weighing 1100-1200 lbs. Performance info available, on a complete vaccination program including Scour Bos. Call Ceroll Gelbvieh, Sisseton SD 605-652-4619 or 605-268-0403. Email: cergelv@tnics.com.

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Fargo, ND (701) 237-0059 or (701) 361-2023 cell

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A36 AGWEEK/Monday, January 21, 2013

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50 Head of Bora Nanny Goats exposed to start kidding around the 1st of April. 605-350-2994 FOR SALE: Black & Black Baldie Bred Heifers to Start Calving March 25th. The Heifers Are All Home Raised. Call 605-216-8711 or 605-216-8750

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Registered Black Angus Yearling Bulls For Sale

Private treaty. High performance, calving ease, great heifer bulls sired by SAV Iron Mountain, SAV 004 predominant, Net Worth, and Sitz Upward. Will keep until April 1st. Call anytime 701-238-1064, Anderson Angus Ranch, Chaffee, ND.

Nordlund Stock Farm, LLC.

16th Production Sale Red Angus and Black Angus Selling: 80 Bulls (yrlg & 18 mo.) 43 Females (Reg. & Com.)

Z11 Timberlake x Forster King Rob BW: 0.3 WW: 63 YW: 94 M: 22 TM: 54 #1520734 Maternal brother to Gretzky in ABS

Z56 EXAR Upshot x Precise BW: 3.8 WW: 59 YW: 104 M: 28 #17363646

Feb. 16, 2013 Clearbrook, MN

For more information or a catalog contact us at

Nordlund Stock Farm

44946 151st Ave., Clearbrook,MN, 56634 Mike’s Cell 701-799-0943 Sam’s Cell 701-799-1613 Home 218-776-2823 www.nordlundstockfarm.com nordlundstockfarm@gvtel.com

For Sale: Build your herd back with "Maternal Excellence!" Offering 240 Black and Black WF Gelbvieh/Angus Cross Bred Heifers weighing 1,150-1,250lbs. Genetically Selected, AI'd and Ultra sounded in three groups with calving between February 20th and March 30th. Excellent disposition and easy keeping to make great brood cows. Select now, pick up later for $1,775 or $1,975 for pairs. Call 1-605-860-0139 or 1-605-847-4155 for more details UPCOMING COMPLETE DISPERSAL SALE. 300 home raised pure bred Angus Cows bred to Angus Bulls. Calving March 13th with 2nd, 3rd, and 4th calves. To be sold at Ft. Pierre Livestock Barn, Ft. Pierre, SD on January 26th. Philip Larson, Pukwana, SD at 605-894-4250 For Sale: Black Angus bred heifers. Bred to calving Ease Angus bulls. Ultrasounded to calve March & April, Western born and bred. Nice calm set of heifers. $1,650. 507-220-1067 For Sale: 9 Yearling Buffalo, 5 bulls, 4 heifers weighing approx 600-650 lbs. Home raised, call cell anytime 605-880-4712 or after 6 pm can call 605-694-2763. For Sale: 200 black heifer bred to calving ease, in focus Angus bulls, 60 day calving period, ultrasounds to calving March 30th, gentle, $1,650. 605-949-1740

Larson’s TL Ranch Black Simmental Production Sale

Saturday Feb. 2 SALE STARTS AT 2:00PM/CT AT THE RANCH

OFFERING:

60 Yearling Black Simmental Bulls Black & Red • Blaze Purebreds to Halfbloods 40 Open Commercial Heifers BRED FOR: Calving Ease Performance • Moderate Frames DAY OF SALE: Buyers will have a chance to win 1 Tuff-E Mfg Bunk Feeder & Service Tank!

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CONTINUOUS FENCING! 24'x4' & 24'x5' solid & dependable Portable & Freestanding panels, too. Years of experience have designed our products. Built & sold by cattlemen. Visit us at: DandDPanels.com. Call for brochure & pricing. 1-888-841-2651 or 701-640-2974

60 red baldy bred heifers 1075# 60 black bred heifers 975# These 2 groups bred LBW Jorgenson angus. Calve 3-20-2013 (3, 20 day calving periods) 18 Hereford heifers 1050# bred LBW Hereford bull. Same calving dates 10 Hereford 2nd calve heifers, bred Hereford calve 3-20-2013 605-682-8842 / 605-539-1035 Wessington Springs

200 meat goats nannies for sale. Exposed for April 1, 2013. Also looking for corn silage and hay alfalfa. 605-695-1007

LIVESTOCK Registered Hereford yearling Bulls for sale: Reasonably priced with great dispositions! All bulls are halter broke and have solid set of EPD’s with good functional mothers. Willing to keep until March 1st and semen test and deliver if desired. Leave message if no answer. 605-216-3528 or 605-350-7477.

For Sale: 325 Du-Al loader with 7 ft bucket, 4 tine grapple fork, Farmhand pump, 3 spool valve, good straight lower off a 770 Oliver. $1500 OBO. 605-439-3644

Double 4 herringbone dairy parlor with 2” double inlet glass jar with 8 automatic take offs. Milking units are in good condition. Also have free stalls for sale. Also Sutorbuilt vacuum pump, 3 years old, well maintained, can handle 20 units. If interested call for prices. 701-321-1684

BULLS BULLS BULLS BULLS For Sale Seedstock stacked with generations of balanced multiple traits. •EPD’s •performance •disposition •structure •milk This provides our customers with predictable results, profit and satisfaction. Stop by the ranch or give us a call to pick up your next herd sire. Vedvei Charolais Ranch Lake Preston, SD (605)847-4529

For Sale: 2 Registered Angus Heifers, Coming 3 years old, bred to very good Gepertt Bull, 74 lb. birth weight Good Quality, Will Calf 1st part of May. Reason for selling Lack of Feed. Papers Available. 1 yearling bull Registered Angus, 76lb birth weight. 605-849-3403 For Sale: 195 NH manure spreader with slop gate, nice shape, $13,800. 712-348-0664

For Sale: 150 Black & Black Baldy Bred Heifers. Start calving March 1st for 45 days. All Vaccinations given, Heifers weigh around 1,050 lbs., Would feed until calving time. Steve Boomsma, 605-266-2187 or 605-350-0422 FOR SALE: Complete dispersion of all coming 9 yr. old Blk cows bred to black spickler bulls. Start calving April 15, 2013. Bulls turned out July 11, 2012. No late breds. Big 1350+ pound cows. P.G. tested on Dec. 11, 2012. Call anytime 701-789-1695

FOR SALE: Black Sim Angus Bred Heifers, AI Been Bull Bred to Start Calving March 10th. Bred Black Angus & Black Simmental, Ultrasounded for Calving Periods. All Shots & Poured. Heifers 1050-1150 lbs. Call 701-678-4621 or 701-883-5733

125 SM cows, $1,325. 40 head of 3-5yr olds, $1,525. All black cows. 605-390-0366

For Sale: 15 home raised bred Holstein heifers. 605-358-8081

Simmental/SimAngus Sale

20 100% 1A Registered Red Angus Cows & Bred Heifers. All Top Producing Cows, Good Heifers, $2,500 Choice. Call 605-228-8857 80 Head of Black Angus Cows, 40 Head 3-4yrs old, 40 head 5-8yrs old. Ultra Sound tested, due May 1st for 30 days. Selling all of May Calving Cows, Excellent Quality. 701-710-0352

ATTN ROPERS Corriente Cow Herd, Bred Corriente to Calve April 1st. 25 Cows & 1 Bull Available. Our Kids Have Raised/Sold Quality Roping Calves Since 2004; Chance to Raise Your Own. Call 701-882-3217 or 701-238-1546

Vision XV

For Sale: 40 Black Angus and Black Baldy Bred Heifers, 1,100 lbs, easy calving, home raised, ultra sounded, short calving period starting Feb 18th, $1,775. 701-710-0396 Thor

WANTED: Slaughter cattle, lame and thin. Also, foundered, bad eyed, and lump jaw. Will pay cash. 320-905-4490

February 10, 2013 Sunday • 1 pm AT RYDEEN FARMS CLEARBROOK, MN

84 BLACK & RED BULLS

Black Bulls will be DNA tested for color

BULL Z232 SIRE: JTL X170 HUMMER DAM:T176-PREFERRED EDGE ADJ WW-739, EPD'S CE-10, BW-2.5, WN-73, YW-104, MCE-12.7, MM-25.6, MWW-62.1 BORN-04/19/2012, BW-83#

HOMO POLLED & NON DILUTED RED Y229 SIRE:RED RADAR

A.I. SIRES USED:

Black Simmental Sires: Brooks Above Par, Manifest, JTL M50, JTL P26, JTL T115, JTL U34, JTL Black Obomba Angus Sires: SAV Final Answer, HARB Really Windy, Leachman’s Heavenly

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FOR MORE INFORMATION

(218) 776-3338 (218) 280-1916 EMAIL: rydeen@gvtel.com RUFFY BROOK SIMMENTALS:

For more information or sale catalogs: JAY & TRACY LARSON 5370 Co. Rd 137 Almont, ND 58520 701-843-7515 Cell: 701-214-8289 larsontl@westriv.com

42 BRED FEMALES 10 OPEN FEMALES

SEVERAL TANKER SONS SELL!

HOMO POLLED & HETERO BLACK

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Cow Calf Pairs For Sale: BLK, BWF, Red, RWF Cows with mostly BLK and Red Calves at side. Cows with average forth calf, can help deliver. Phone 701-302-0981 Days or 701-947-5508 Evenings

Stock Cows For Sale: BLK, BWF, Red, RWF. Cows average forth calf. Cows are Bred to BLK and Red Angus Bulls. Can help deliver. Call: 701-947-5508 evenings or 701-302-0981 days

64 Bred Heifers for sale.

10 Blk/whiteface // 54 Black. 30 AI’ed(JUN 25) to Answer 71, rest bull bred for 45 day period. Final Answer, Thunder, and In Focus pasture bulls. Ultrasounded for dates and 48 of them sexed with bull calf. Vaccinated and wormed. Great disposition. Won’t be disappointed. $1750 pick. $1575 takes them all. 701-261-5568. Leonard, ND. 29th Annual

Salers Focus Bull Sale

- Silent Auction Selling 70 Purebreds February 11, 2013 Stockmen's Livestock Dickinson, ND

Big Sky Salers Bill Helm 406-557-6259 Feist Salers Dave Feist 701-338-2428 Powerful Black Angus Bulls For Sale. AI sired, performance weights available, reasonably priced, calving ease. Hoffmann Angus, 701-541-3555 or 701-238-7842.

FOR SALE: Lamb Marketing Business: Kathryn's Lamb Chop Sales •Several chest freezers, some still in grocery stores. •Master built Colden ice cream freezer. •Cold Tech Commercial low temp cabinet w •Weigh scales & marketing equipment. •Sydell Corral Lamb sorting system & gates. •A Few hundred feet of Electra Net Fencing. Make an offer! 701-587-6042 or 218-779-5640 For Sale: 500 Black and 100 Red, 1st calve heifers, calfs at side. $2,150. 605-933-0279

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80 one-brand Angus Heifers, synchronized and time bred. AI'd to a Schiefelbein Angus Bull. Due - March 25. 60 one-brand Angus Heifers, bull bred to Schiefelbein Angus Bulls for 45 days. Due - April 15 -------------------------------114 one-brand 50% Angus, 50% Gelbvieh Black Heifers synchronized and time bred. AI'd to ABS Angus Bull "Bold Leader" a proven calving ease and growth bull. Due - March 25. 52 one-brand 50% Angus, 50% Gelbveih Black Heifers. Bull Bred for 45 days. Due April 15 Approximate weight on all heifers is 1050 -1150 lbs. -------------------------------For more information, call Tim @ Cell- 701-690-6778 or Home-701-938-4376 Complete dispersion 26 home raised 2nd - 4th calvers, mostly purebred Angus cows bred to Final Answer and In Focus bulls. To calve March 20th. Cows weigh 1400-1500 lbs. Also, 40 head of mostly purebred 1st calf heifers, 26 are artificially inseminated to Final Answer to calve March 10th. 14 are bred to Final Answer’s sons to calve March 20th. Heifers weigh 1150-1200 lbs. Asking $1775 per head. Call 605-520-4264

Money Making Mathematics:

SCHMIDT ANGUS RANCH Has For Private Treaty Sale Starting Feb. 1st

▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼ 85 Yearling Angus Bulls 10 Two Year Old Bulls

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•Top AI Sire & Herd Sires Used •All Home Raised •Excellent Dispositions •No Creep Feed •Free Keep of Bulls Until April 1st •Performance Information Available •100 Replacement Heifers Will Sell At Kist Livestock Wed., Feb. 20th. •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 40 Black bred heifers. 16 AI’d to calf 3/12. 24 bred to LBW Angus bulls, ultra-sound tested into 2 15 day calving periods. Heifers are current on all vaccinations. They are cake broke on a full mineral program and have been poured with Eprinex. This is a gentle set of heifers that weighed 1020 lbs on November 10th off pasture. Call Grady Heitmann at 605-598-4555 or cell 605-252-0350 105 ft of cement H bunk, 5ft wide, $7 per ft. 507-828-8230

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300 Red Angus and Red Angus Cross bred heifers. Ultra sounded in 3-21 day calving periods beginning January 25th. Bred to Beckton Red Angus and Weber Red Angus. Easy calving Red Angus bulls, had all pre-breeding shots, disposition is excellent. Weighing from 1,000-1,100 lbs. Will sell any amount. Call Tim 605-491-0986, Todd 605-491-0301, Dean 605-491-0185, or Home 605-384-3300 Weber Red Angus, Wagner, SD

FOR SALE: 1800A Automatic Corn Roller, Excellent. Yellow Poly Urethane 5000 Gallon Tank, Used for Syrup. Power River Head Gate & Schute with Side Opening Combination. New & Used 5in & 6in Treated Posts & Ties. HAY FOR SALE: 40 Round Wrapped Prairie Hay Bales! Call 605-397-8522 or Cell 605-216-2381

Black & Red Angus Heifers, AI Bred to proven easy calving bulls, ultrasounded, sexed, had all the shots, boosters, plus Scour Guard & Preg Guard. Very gentle heifers, weighing 1,050+, grouped in 10 day calving periods from Feb 20th-April 15th. Call 701-851-0471 or 701-336-7672 40 Black and Black White face bred solid mouth cows, to start calving April 1st, bred to black bulls, $1150. 605-212-2370

For sale in the country and on order at the sale barns.

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 KE LIVESTOCK Keith Eichler Licensed & Bonded 605-228-7433 30 head black Angus bred heifers, bred to low birthweight Black Angus bulls, start calving March 15th. Weighing 1000 lbs. $1,550. 605-864-1024 or 605-530-3178.

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Upcoming Gelbvieh and Balancer® Sale North Dakota Golden Rule Sale Monday, January 28 • 1:00 p.m. Kist Livestock, Mandan, ND

Gelbvieh x British cow with a Balancer® sired calf.

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A38 AGWEEK/Monday, January 21, 2013

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120 black bred cows, bred black, 40 3 and 4 year olds, 40 solid mouth, 40 broken mouth. Call 605-228-7433 120 Black fancy western heifers, 950 pounds, March 25th for 40 days, Black, $1400. 605-228-7433

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60 Angus bred heifers AI’d in one day, bred to ABSCAR efficient 534, calving date March 2nd, heifers are one brand heifers, heifer are sired by Net Worth, Final Answer and 208 sons, out of daughters and granddaughters that originated off the End Bar Ranch in Montana. $1,725 to sort, $1,680 to gate cut, $1,675 all to go. or 605-391-2113 or 605-754-6738 leave a message. For Sale: 130 Head Black Bred Heifers, Bred Black Calving Ease Bulls Due March 10th for 25 days. All shots, scour boss and poured, Nice quiet deep bodied heifers. Average weight 1100 lbs. Brandon, SD 605-310-9867

FOR SALE: F1 BWF BRED HEIFERS. ARE DUE 3-20 thru 5-20. Bred to Spring Vally Angus Bulls. Average Bull cost $5250-$7250. BRED to Calving Ease Sons of TC FRANKLIN & BISMARCK. Ultrasound Tested. HEIFERS WEIGH 1100 lbs PLUS! ALL Hfrs had multiple rounds of calfhood vaccinations, Bangs vaccinated, Poured w/Dectomax, Given Pfizer BOVI-Shield GOLD FPS VLS HB, ScourBos 4, on McNess Mineral Program. Grazing and being fed on a 125 acre cornfield. Sorted for Quality, calm disposition, easy fleshing, size & eye appeal. Fed a slow gain ration prior to breeding to insure a hfr with problem free udders and longevity of being a top cow in the future. All hfrs are out of Hereford Dams and Black Angus Sires. Very fancy & uniform quiet group of hand picked hfrs. 16 yrs consecutively of BREEDING HFR EXPERIENCE. PLEASE CALL 701-320-9770

LIVESTOCK FOR SALE: 200 BWF Bred Heifers, Montana Origin, 1000lbs, Calf March 5th for 60 Days, $1500. Call 605-228-7433 60 Black Angus heifers with calves at side, calves have been vaccinated with 7 Way, heifers have great dispositions and weigh 1100 lbs. Very fancy set of pairs, $2500. Call 605-350-5645 or 605-350-2036 60 Registered Hereford Heifers, Bred Hereford, $1,750. 25 Commercial Hereford Heifers Bred Angus $1,400. 13 Angus Heifers bred Hereford $1,425. Mark Byrum, Agar, SD 605-264-5404 For Sale: 80 head of March & April born Simmental, SimAngus & Angus replacement heifer calves weighing 650-700 pounds. Years of AI and genetic selection for calving ease, performance & maternal traits. Majority Blacks with a few reds. Kappes Simmentals, Long Lake, SD Neal 605-380-8766, 605-577-6679 days, 605-577-6225 nights, Bruce 605-225-5738

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Central Livestock West Fargo Bred Cow Sale at Noon, Saturday, January 26, 2013, featuring Cronquist Farms complete cow herd dispersion of 85 black cows. Also 18 Bred Red/Red Baldy Heifers, AI for Mar 12. Plus many other listing by sale date. Call Mike @ 701-371-8144, Kelly @ 701-360-2326, Kent @ 701-238-1546, or Office @ 800-733-4620 or 701-282-3262.

Dakota Classic Production Sale ~ Feb. 21st 1pm ~ ANGUS AND SIMMENTAL Red and Black Simmental, SimAngus and Angus 70 yearling bulls and 40 females Simmental Sires: RFS RED IRON T20, KS SUNDANCE KID, -TRI E X806, - Leachman Hairpin 7306H, Dikeman’s Sure Bet Angus Sires: SAV FINAL ANSWER, - SAV Rito 9969, - Connealy Mentor, - Ellingson Identity, - Boyd New Day, - Hoover Dam Ransom County Fairgrounds - Beef Barn - Lisbon, ND Feb. 21st - 1pm Elijah Ranch 701-308-1303 www.elijahranch.com – Find us on Facebook Erdmann Angus Ranch 701-680-2937 – Find us on Facebook Sprunk Angus 701-238-5432

For Sale: Simmental Bulls go on Sale February 1st by Private Treaty. Red and Black Yearlings and 2 year olds, Heifer Bulls available. For More Information visit www.hansen-ranch.com or call 605-448-8391 FOR SALE: 52 solid-mouth bred cows, 10 red Angus 2-5, 38 BL/BB 5-8 mostly BL all bred BL start in March will keep & feed til 2nd week in February. $1700 hd. 605-760-3676 15 registered Angus, open heifers, gorgeous with gentle dispositions. Richter Angus Ranch 701-321-2415 ask for Jon WANTED Pasture for 50-200 Pairs 605-882-1622 if no answer, please leave a message.

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EQUIPMENT FOR LIVESTOCK/PETS For Sale: Chocolate and Black Pups out of excellent obedient parents, Farm raised, very good hunters. First shots and wormed. $250 each. Call 605-680-7628 or 605-337-2328 leave message

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SANDHILL BORDER COLLIES Pups & ready to start dogs Red/black, short/medium hair. Delivery can be arranged (701) 859-3682 sandhillbc@yahoo.com Australian Shepard puppies for sale, born Nov 24th, red merle, blue merle available, 701-984-2343 Ketteler Kennels - Working Border Collies. Cattle and Sheep Dogs. Puppies and trained dogs. murray.ketteler@gmail.com 605-222-0456 PUREBRED BORDER COLLIES Born to work livestock and are good family dogs. Satisfaction guaranteed. Puppies ready now. $200 and up. 701-269-3878 or 701-489-3186 Border Collie Puppies born Dec 1st, Ready end of January, Come from working parents, both long and medium hair. $100 each. 605-520-3255

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The following equipment is owned by various owners, visit www.bigiron.com for owner names, items locations & phone numbers.

02 Lexion 475R Track Combine 06 Kubota B 7800HSD-F Tractor 96 JD 544G Wheel Loader 81 Steiger PTA 325 Tractor 89 Freightliner FLD12064ST Semi Truck Tractor 94 Freightliner FLD 112 Semi Truck 00 Sterling L7500 Conventional Cab w/Cargo Box 95 Wilson DWH-400

Semi Trailer, 42' 98 Merritt 42X96X68X2Sx2Asgs Semi Trailer, 42' JD/Moore-Built 12R30" MaxemergePlus Vacumeter Planter 1 Wheel Loader, 1 Combine, 4 Tractors, 2 Cultivators, 1 Planter, 2 Semi Trucks, 5 Straight Trucks, 3 Trailers, Fertilizer Equipment, Irrigation Equipment, and much more!

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Contact Amy Nikolaisen 877-812-4305 or 701-303-0392 amy@candoauctions.com

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Contact your auctioneer to have your auction included on our calendar TUE., JAN 22 – 11:00 AM/CT Land Auction, Moorhead, MN. Arnold, Lyle, & Bruce Ellingson, Owners. Pifer’s Auction & Realty.

MON., FEB 25 – 7:00 PM/CT Boehnke Waste Management Online Only Liquidation Auction, Marietta, MN. Zielsdorf Auctions.

WED., JAN 30 – 1:00 PM/CT Industrial, Commercial, & Residential Auction, Crosby, ND. Siegrist Inc. DBA Conservative Trucking, Owner. Pifer’s Auction & Realty.

Opening FRI., MAR 1 & Closing TUE., MAR 12 IQBID March Auction. Steffes Auctioneers Inc.

THU., JAN 31 – 11:00 AM/CT Land Auction, Ramsey County, ND, Starkweather, ND. Kevin Hettwer, Owner. Can-Do Auction & Real Estate. FRI., FEB 8 – 10:00 AM/CT Real Estate & Auto Parts Auction, Litchville, ND. Gary’s Standard Service Inc. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. Opening FRI., FEB 1 & Closing TUE., FEB 12 IQBID February Auction. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. Opening MON., FEB 4 & Closing MON., FEB 18 IQBID Kibble Equipment, Montevideo, MN. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. Opening TUE., FEB 5 & Closing MON., FEB 18 IQBID D&S Hydraulics, Fargo, ND. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. TUE., FEB 5 – 11:00 AM/CT Land Auction, Lakota, ND, Cavalier County, ND. Gerald Smith, Owner. Pifer’s Auction & Realty. THU., FEB 14 – 2:00 PM/CT Farmland Auction, Grand Forks, ND For Rye Township, Grand Forks County, ND. Duane Fladland, Owner. Andy Gudajtes & Jayson Menke, Agents. Farmers National Company, Dale B. Haugen, Auctioneer. THU., FEB 14 – 2:00 PM/CT Farmland Auction, Grand Forks, ND For Prairie Center Township, Walsh County, ND. Michael & Sally Dvorak, Owners. Andy Gudajtes & Jayson Menke, Agents. Farmers National Company, Dale B. Haugen, Auctioneer. TUE., FEB 19 – 2:00 PM/CT Land Auction, Cooperstown, ND. Frigaard Trust Land, Owners. Rob Loe, Agent. Farmers National Co.

WED., MAR 13 – 10:00 AM/CT AgIron Event, West Fargo, ND. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. SUN., MAR 17 – 11:00 AM/CT Commercial Building Auction, Otter Tail, MN. David Donley, Owner. Pifer’s Auction & Realty. THU., MAR 21 – 10:00 AM/CT AgIron Event, Litchfield, MN. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. WED., MAR 27 – 10:00 AM/CT Farm Retirement Auction, Wilton, ND. Mark & Alan Hausauer, Owners. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. WED., APR 3 – 9:00 AM/CT Grand Forks Area Equipment & Truck Auction. Alerus Center, Grand Forks, ND. Dennis Biliske, Auctioneer. SAT., APR 6 – 11:00 AM/CT Annual Hunting, Fishing, & Recreational Consignment Auction, Lakota, ND. Magnus Auction Service. SAT., APR 6 – 11:00 AM/CT Utility Tractor & Implements, Shop Tools, Equipment, & Household Auction, Larimore, ND. Harold & Jeannette Tanke, Owners. Schuster Auctioneering. SAT., APR 13 – 9:30 AM/CT 9th Annual Spring Farm Equipment Auction, Drayton, ND. Mich Rapacz Auctioneers. SAT., APR 13 – 10:00 AM/MT Machinery Consignment Auction, Bowman, ND. Multiple Parties, Owners. Pifer’s Auction & Realty. SAT., JUN 8 – 11:00 AM/CT Farm Machinery & Collectibles Auction, Brocket, ND. Gordon & Pauline Svercl, Owners. Diseth Auction Service.

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