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  • 1. Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008 Page 17Moran begins raising money for Senate bid Poem WASHINGTON (AP) — With spokesman Travis Murphy said Fri- Moran may not be the only early to talk about the next election incorrectlythe 2008 election season over, Rep. day. “He’s made his intentions prominent Republican laying the cycle.Jerry Moran wasted little time taking known for some time that this was groundwork for a Senate bid. Rep. “Like other Kansans, talk of an- attributedthe next step in his likely bid for his plan.” Todd Tiahrt, of the Wichita area, has other political campaign makes me In some copies of thehigher office. Murphy said the filings are part not ruled out such a campaign and groan right now,” Tiahrt said. first section of today’s edi- The western Kansas Republican of the process of making Moran’s in- has been traveling the state recently At least one prominent Democrat tion, the poem honoringfiled paperwork Friday that allows tentions clear “and allowing him to to raise his profile outside his south- is ruling himself out for now. veterans was incorrectly attributed to regular G&Ghim to accept contributions for a follow the rules.” Moran already has central Kansas district. Former Rep. Jim Slattery, who columnist Don Coldsmith.U.S. Senate campaign. amassed about $2.4 million in his “An open Senate seat will draw a garnered just 36 percent of the vote Although the poem was Moran, of Hays, has been telling House campaign coffers that could lot of interest, and my feeling is on Tuesday in his challenge to submitted by Coldsmith, itconstituents for months that he plans be transferred to a Senate bid. Kansas will not have two senators Roberts, has no interest in making was penned by an un-to seek the seat being vacated in Moran was re-elected to a sev- from the same congressional dis- another run for the Senate, spokes- known author.2010 by Republican Sam Brown- enth House term on Tuesday with 82 trict,” Tiahrt said Friday, a reference woman Abbie Hodgson said. G&G sincerely regretsback. His statement of candidacy percent of the vote, the highest per- to Republican Sen. Pat Roberts, who Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius is this error.filed with the Federal Election Com- centage of any Republican in the na- also represented western Kansas be- a possible Democratic contender,mission and the secretary of the U.S. tion running for Congress. But he fore ascending to the Senate. “I can but she is widely expected to take aSenate formalizes that process. has been working in recent months guarantee there will be others who position in Barack Obama’s ad- “Jerry was on the ballot for the to increase his name recognition in will get into this race.” ministration should an offer be ex-U.S. House for the last time,” Moran eastern Kansas. But Tiahrt also said it was too tended. MANHATTAN COMM. CO. INC. CATTLE AUCTION EVERY FRIDAY B 1-800-834-1029 STARTING 10:00 A.M. ON CULL COWS Toll-Free FOLLOWED BY STOCKER FEEDERS — 11:00 A.M. OFFICE PHONE 785-776-4815 • OWNERS MERVIN SEXTON & JOHN CLINE FEEDER HEIFERS — 550-825 LBS. Evan McCreath White City 1 cross cow 1435 @ 46.25 For our sale Friday, Nov. 7 light steers and Chris Tenbrink Harveyville 61 blk hfrs 805 @ 98.25 Dailey Angus Farm McLouth 2 blk cows 1277 @ 46.25 heifers were selling at fully steady to higher Jen D Ranch Wakarusa 15 blk hfrs 556 @ 98.00 Darold Brunkow Wamego 1 blk cow 1455 @ 45.75 prices especially on the steers. heavy un- Chris Tenbrink Harveyville 22 blk hfrs 699 @ 96.85 Jeff Litke Council Grove 1 blk cow 1315 @ 45.25 weaned fleshy calves are still showing some re- Howard Blender Emporia 118 cross hfrs 806 @ 94.10 Bryan Farms Onaga 1 blk cow 1240 @ 45.00 sistance. Stocker feeder cattle are in very good Adam Kuckelman Seneca 21 mix hfrs 577 @ 92.75 Pat Beavers Junction City 1 bwf cow 1220 @ 43.25 Lee Conaway Topeka 10 herf hfrs 551 @ 92.00 Allan Holiday Manhattan 1 blk cow 1030 @ 43.00 demand at stronger prices. Cull cows and bulls Dailey Angus Farm McLouth 18 blk hfrs 561 @ 91.25 Four Bar Ranch Inc. Herington 1 bwf cow 1090 @ 41.75 sold $2 to $3 lower with many cattle carrying Woodruff Farms Wamego 16 blk hfrs 587 @ 90.50 Woodruff Farms Wamego 1 bwf cow 1250 @ 40.50 extra fill. Following is a partial listing. Brent Miller Alma 9 blk hfrs 553 @ 90.00 Gene McCreath White City 1 blk cow 1245 @ 40.25 Marvin Bairow Westmoreland 6 blk hfrs 605 @ 90.00 Glen & Ginger Wessel Emporia 1 bwf cow 1225 @ 40.25 STEER CALVES — 375-550 LBS. Dean & Davis Hug Hoyt 60 blk hfrs 621 @ 89.60 Bill Havenstein Alma 1 blk cow 1105 @ 39.75 Jen D Ranch Wakarusa 6 blk strs 375 @ 126.00 Steve Peterson Clay Center 1 bwf cow 1040 @ 39.75 Darold Brunkow Wamego 8 bwf strs 448 @ 124.00 BULLS — 1,675-2,150 LBS. Ron Say Alta Vista 1 cross cow 1235 @ 39.25 Woodruff Farms Wamego 16 blk strs 469 @ 120.50 Dailey Angus Farm McLouth 1 blk bull 1690 @ 61.50 Doug Brackenbury Wamego 1 blk cow 1485 @ 39.00 Jen D Ranch Wakarusa 13 blk strs 468 @ 119.50 Jeff Schurle Manhattan 1 char bull 2375 @ 61.00 Don Kraus Marion 1 blk cow 1625 @ 38.35 Robert Burton Dunlap 6 blk strs 466 @ 118.00 Don & Nick Kraus Marion 1 cross bull 1875 @ 60.50 Sylvester Schmitz Centralia 1 blk cow 1455 @ 37.75 Dike & Dalquest 6 blk strs 451 @ 117.50 Jeff SChurle Manhattan 1 char bull 1810 @ 57.75 Linda Downie Topeka 1 cow 1080 @ 37.50 Cindie Bailey Delia 9 mix strs 401 @ 115.50 Leroy Fechner Alta Vista 1 herf bull 2130 @ 57.00 Don Wischmeier Holton 1 blk cow 1240 @ 36.75 Dailey Angus Farm McLouth 8 blk strs 431 @ 114.00 David Labbe Onaga 1 herf cow 1000 @ 36.00 Carol Craney Wilsey 7 blk strs 465 @ 113.00 COWS & HEIFERETTES — 975-1,625 LBS. Jim Rawson Wamego 1 cross cow 1090 @ 35.75 Dailey Angus Farm McLouth 10 blk strs 470 @ 112.50 R&R Suther Farm Westmoreland 2 blk cows 1002 @ 61.00 Tom Wilhite Baldwin City 1 blk cow 1250 @ 35.25 Marcelus Biesenthal Wheaton 7 blk strs 544 @ 110.00 Mushrush Ranch LLC Strong City 1 cross cow 1290 @ 57.75 Dean & David Hug Hoyt 44 blk strs 543 @ 109.75 Scott Miller Manhattan 1 blk cow 1100 @ 50.50 Darold Brunkow Wamego 14 blk strs 527 @ 109.50 James L. Dike Council Grove 2 blk cows 962 @ 50.50 Woodruff Farms Wamego 14 blk strs 548 @ 109.00 Monty Havel Burlingame 1 cow 1290 @ 49.25 SPECIAL STOCK COW SALE Ron Say Alta Vista 8 blk strs 524 @ 107.50 Barbara Laflin Olsburg 1 blk cow 1435 @ 48.75 Glenn Atwood Harveyville 10 hols strs 516 @ 73.75 Calvin Drake Manhattan 1 cross cow 1705 @ 48.25 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19th Glenn Brunkow Westmoreland 1 blk cow 990 @ 47.00 Starting at 11:00 AM FEEDER STEERS — 550-750 LBS. David Beers Jeff Koelzer Wakarusa Onaga 12 blk strs 6 blk strs 574 @ 111.00 566 @ 108.75 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14 Complete Estate Dispersal of 60 fancy F1 bwf cows, 3-8 years old, all Oleen Brothers breeding and bred to Dailey Angus Farm McLouth 19 blk strs 565 @ 107.50 in conjunction with our Regular Sale: Oleen Angus bulls, for Feb/March calves. 2008 calves Gary Dalquest Wilsey 7 blk strs 559 @ 107.00 Ron Say Alta Vista 11 blk strs 581 @ 105.25 - Simmental Influence Calf & Feeder Sale sold Oct. 10th averaged 680 lbs. Jen D Ranch Wakarusa 36 blk strs 562 @ 105.00 150 choice reputation Simmental-Angus cross steers & Complete Herd Dispersal of 25 blk & bwf cows, 2 yrs & Lee Conaway Topeka 6 herf strs 567 @ 105.00 heifers, 500-700 lbs. older w/blk & Char-x 30-day-old to 400 lb. calves by Brian Koch Wamego 9 blk strs 586 @ 105.00 35 Simmental steers & 15 Simmental heifers, weaned & side. Running back w/Char bulls. 2 Char bulls, 2 yr. Jeff Koelzer Onaga 17 blk strs 698 @ 104.00 shots, 700-900 lbs. old, 60 & 75 lbs. birthweight John Kummer Chapman 19 blk strs 701 @ 103.25 10 Simmental steers, 800-900 lbs. Marcelus Biesenthal Wheaton 8 blk strs 602 @ 103.00 Complete Dispersal: 32 blk & bwf cows, 3-5 yrs old, 10 Woodruff Farms Wamego 19 blk strs 622 @ 102.75 85 choice reputation blk & bwf steers, 2 complete rounds w/late summer calves by side, balance heavy Darold Brunkow Wamego 36 blk strs 644 @ 102.60 shots, 60 days weaned, 600-650 lbs. springers, bred Angus. 1 Angus bull, 3 years old. Marvin Bairow Westmoreland 7 blk strs 615 @ 102.50 80 black steers & heifers, 700-850 lbs. Dean & David Hug Hoyt 92 mix strs 647 @ 99.00 20 blk & bwf cows, 8 yrs & older w/calves by side 80 black steers & heifers, 1 rd shots, 500-600 lbs. 12 Angus cows, 3 yrs old bred Angus for Jan.-Feb. calves Ken Caffrey Frankfort 6 blk strs 602 @ 98.50 Mike Calderwood Mayetta 8 blk strs 734 @ 97.75 65 choice blk & bwf steers & heifers, 550-700 lbs. 10 black 1st calf heifers with calves by side Brent Miller Alma 11 blk strs 670 @ 95.75 58 crossbred feeder steers, 850-875 lbs. 9 blk & red cows, 4 yrs & older, bred to Angus, Red Angus Richard Mickelson Lyndon 15 herf strs 733 @ 93.85 50 black steers & heifers, 500-600 lbs. & Charolais bulls, calving Nov. thru Dec. 50 black feeder steers, green condition, 725-750 lbs. 8 blk cows with calves by side HEIFER CALVES — 375-550 LBS. 45 black steers & heifers, 2 rounds shots, 60 days 8 blk cows, 6-8 yrs old w/calves by side Dailey Angus Farm McLouth 7 blk hfrs 381 @ 106.50 weaned, 500-650 lbs. 8 Char-x running age cows w/60-day-old calves by side Jen D Ranch Wakarusa 18 blk hfrs 408 @ 105.50 45 choice reputation homeraised feeder steers & heifers, 5 blk Angus cows, 3 & 4 yrs old w/Sept-Oct. Angus calves Cindie Bailey Delia 12 blk hfrs 387 @ 104.00 800-900 lbs. 3 bwf cows, 8 years & older with calves by side Dike & Dalquest 6 blk hfrs 494 @ 102.75 40 black & bwf bulls & heifers, 500-600 lbs. Jen D Ranch Wakarusa 21 blk hfrs 499 @ 102.25 (1) 1/2 Angus, 1/2 Simmental black bull, 2 years old 34 mix steers & heifers, 700-900 lbs. (1) Red Angus bull, 2 years old David Beers Wakarusa 5 blk hfrs 441 @ 102.00 David Beers Wakarusa 10 blk hfrs 541 @ 102.00 30 black steers & heifers, 2 rds shots, 500-600 lbs. 28 black & bwf steers & heifers, weaned, 500-600 lbs. Fink Beef Genetic Influence Female Consignments Carol Craney Wilsey 6 blk hfrs 404 @ 102.00 • 50 fancy Angus 1st calf heifers, bred to LBW Angus Darold Brunkow Wamego 27 blk hfrs 542 @ 101.00 23 black steers & heifers, 2 rds shots, 60 days weaned, 600-700 lbs. bulls for Feb. calves Brian Koch Wamego 7 blk hfrs 517 @ 101.00 Maurice Pritz Lost Springs 8 blk hfrs 460 @ 100.00 22 black steers, 650-675 lbs. • 33 big fancy Angus & bwf 1st calf heifers bred to LBW Darold Brunkow Wamego 10 blk hfrs 473 @ 98.00 11 black steers & heifers, 600-650 lbs. bulls for Feb. calves Dailey Angus Farm McLouth 8 blk hfrs 459 @ 95.50 • 10 choice OCV Angus open replacement heifers, ready Marvin Bairow Westmoreland 6 blk hfrs 482 @ 95.50 to breed, 800-850 lbs. Woodruff Farms Wamego 6 blk hfrs 438 @ 94.50 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21 If you have any consignments for this sale, please Dean & David Hug Hoyt 41 blk hfrs 531 @ 92.75 85 choice reputation Angus steers & heifers, 2 rounds shots, weaned 6 weeks, 500-575 lbs. give us a call so we may advertise them for you. ———— UPCOMING SPECIAL COW SALE DATES - 11:00 AM———— WED., NOVEMBER 19 • WED., DECEMBER 17 • WED., JANUARY 14 • WED., FEBRUARY 18 WED., MARCH 11 • WED., APRIL 15 ——————————— FIELD REPRESENTATIVES — Visit Us On The Web — www.mcclivestock.com —————————— JOHN CLINE SAM GRIFFIN BRENT MILLER ALAN HUBBARD MERVIN SEXTON BILL RAINE TOM TAUL JEFF BROOKS BRYCE HECK ONAGA BURNS ALMA OLSBURG MANHATTAN MAPLE HILL MANHATTAN BEATTIE LINN 785-889-4775 620-726-5877 785-765-3467 785-468-3552 785-537-7295 785-256-4439 785-537-0036 785-353-2263 785-348-5448 Cell: 785-532-8381 Cell: 620-382-7502 Cell: 785-587-7824 Cell: 785-410-5011 Cell: 785-770-2622 Cell: 785-562-6807 Cell: 785-447-0456
  • 2. Page 18 Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008 Schwieterman the five trading days last creased in one of the next see a pause, but if the cash week, but that wasn’t few reports, but I have no cattle can move up another enough to overcome idea what may happen Mon- week, we will eventually see Wednesday’s losses. The day. more gains in the feeder cat- Market Outlook tle. January beans lost about 11 The choice boxed beef The information contained cents for the week, but I market made a big jump this herein is based on data ob- think that the positive close week gaining just over $8.00. tained from recognized statisti- on Thursday and the It could be an aberration, or cal services and other sources A marketing commentary by Bret Crotts strength on Friday indicate it could be a sign that the believed to be reliable. Howev- er, such information has not that traders realize this economy has stabilized. been verified by us, and we do Monday was the Novem- get away from following the when the stock market market has potential. Whatever the case, if the not make any representationsber crop report. This was stock market, at least when broke. The December KW The export pace is far too gains are held, or built as to the accuracy or complete-written prior to the report, it is heading lower. When only lost 8 cents for the strong for the current esti- upon, next week it should ness. Past results are not nec- essarily indicative of future re-but average trade guesses the Dow Jones dropped 1000 week, but that was 56 cents mate. It is still baffling to bode well for the cash cattle sults. All statements containedsuggest that the changes will points between Wednesday off the weekly high. me that the USDA cut the market. Cash cattle trade herein are current opinionsnot be very large. Part of and Thursday the corn went The news isn’t particu- export estimate in last was light as of early Friday which are subject to change.that, I am sure, has to do with it and the December larly bearish with the week’s revision. It would afternoon, but there were The risk of loss in trading com- modity future contracts can bewith the fact that we had a contract ended up losing prospects for production have made sense had they reports of cattle trading as substantial. You should there-revision to the October re- about 25 cents. cuts in the southern hemi- raised the estimate, but that high as $149 in Kansas. fore carefully consider whetherport just a couple weeks The market has good sup- sphere and export sales at a wasn’t the case. The esti- December LC had a poor such trading is suitable for youago. The USDA has been port below it from $3.74 decent pace, but there sim- mates we have seen out of close on Friday and only in light of your financial condi- gained 10 cents for the tion. Neither the information,very erratic lately so any- down to $3.64, but a bearish ply isn’t any news that is the USDA regarding the soy- week. The futures are over nor any opinion expressed shallthing is possible. The aver- report on Monday or anoth- friendly enough for the beans have been bizarre be construed as an offer to buy bought so a set back earlyage trade guess for corn pro- er sharp drop in the stock wheat to separate itself and in my mind they have or sell any futures or options on next week is likely, but I stillduction is up slightly at market to start the week will from the stock market. little credibility, but they futures contracts. think we will eventually see For information on the mar-12.066 billion and yield at push the corn through the Global financial concerns are the numbers we have to a move up to the $96 area. kets or our marketing service154.3 bushels per acre. support. A failure of the are still a bigger market work with. Unless sales Feeder cattle are in a simi- you can contact Bret Crotts at For the beans the aver- support early next week mover than anything else. slow dramatically we will lar situation. The market is 888-437-9131 or (bretage guess in calling for a would make the $3.35 - $3.50 There is good support under see the export estimate in- overbought and will likely @swbell.net).slight cut in production to area the next downside ob- the wheat market, but it2.916 billion and yield jective. won’t be good enough if thefalling to 39.2 bu/ac. 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  • 3. Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008 Page 19Nutrition key part of growing ond day, rather than just stand by the gate waiting to ers in good body condition by calving so that they will the process of changing from baby teeth to adult teeth,” be turned back into the grow into fully developed, Selk said. Additional infor-bred replacement heifers wheat pasture.” Whatever method is used, productive cows. “Producers need to re- mation from OSU Coopera- tive Extension on cattle Bred replacement heif- mids also may be used to “Wheat pasture can be the ultimate goal is to get a member that the two-year- management is available aters that will calve in January help ensure adequate ener- used more efficiently for healthy calf on the ground old heifers are handicapped http://beefextension.com onor February should be in a gy intake by pregnant gain of stocker cattle or while having the bred heif- because their teeth are in the Internet.body condition score six at heifers. Yes, wheat pasture weaned replacement heif-the time their first calf is — provided there is suffi- ers,” he said. “If wheat pas-born. “This allows the heifersthe best opportunity to pro-vide adequate colostrum to cient growth from rainfall — can be used as a supplement for pregnant replacement heifers, provided it is used ture is used for bred heifers, use it as a protein supple- ment by allowing the heifers to access the wheat on alter- FARM ESTATEnewborns, repair the repro-ductive tract, return to heatcycles, rebreed on time fornext year and continue theirnormal body growth,” said judiciously. Selk said judi- cious use is important be- cause pregnant heifers con- suming full feed of wheat pasture will gain about 3 nate days.” Some cow-calf producers have reported that one day on wheat pasture and two days on native grass or AUCTION SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22 — 9:00 AMGlenn Selk, Oklahoma State pounds per head per day; bermudagrass work well. Due to death we will sell the following items at public auction at the farm located fromUniversity Cooperative Ex- however, the heifers can be- “It makes sense,” Selk CLAY CENTER, KASNAS 5 miles West on Highway 24 to Hackberry Rd. then 3 milestension cattle specialist. come very fat and may suffer said. “This encourages the South and 3/4 East to 868 15th Rd.Heifers should be gaining 1.0 from dystocia if they are left heifers to rustle in the warmto 1.5 pounds per head per on the wheat too long. season pasture for the sec- TRACTORS, COMBINES, MACHINERY LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT - LATE AM AFTER LUNCH Good metal loading chute with gates to haul live-day, from now until calving 1983 John Deere 4250 MFD diesel tractor, 15 stock; hog loading alley and circle; 7 nice match-time. That means heifers speed, power shift, VG 18.4x38 rears, 14.9x26 ing portable cattle panels, one with walk-in gate;will need supplemental pro- fronts, 2SVCs, 10,912 hrs., PIN: welded wire cattle panels; lots of welded wire hogtein if their major source of RW4250P003387 with very good GB 770 front panels; 10 rake wheel with welded wire gates; 10forage in the diet is bermu- loader, 7 ft. bucket and grapple, nice unit; 1960 Mellies Prod. feeding panels for sheep; mineraldagrass, native pasture or SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15 — 10:00 AM Farmall 560 gas tractor, WF, 2 pt., 1 SVC, 15.5x38 feeders; good rd. hog feeder with fiberglass bot-grass hay. rears, no TA with GB 900 Hi Master loader, 5 ft., tom; hay or grain elevator feed bunks; 3 BR bale 609 Bertrand - MANHATTAN, KANSAS bucket, all good; Farmall 300 gas tractor, NF, TA feeder and square BR bale feeder; windbreaks If the forage source is av- not working, 2 SVCs, live PTO, 2 pt., 12.4x38erage in quantity and quali- PIANO, FURNITURE, HOUSEHOLD, made from 50 gal. barrels; 4 1/2 sections 26 ft. rears; 1978 John Deere 7700 diesel hydro com- guard rail bale feeder; guard rail panels; variousty, 6 percent to 9 percent COLLECTIBLES, TOOLS, MISC. bine, cab and air, straw chopper, bin extensions, SOME CONSIGNMENTS FOR ANNA GATES guard rails; port. creep feeder; single sided creepcrude protein, heifers will 28Lx26 fronts, SNH07700X311936, shedded and feeder; old portable metal grain feeder, needsneed about 2 pounds of a See last week’s Grass & Grain for complete listing. good; JD No. 224, 22 ft. flex head; JD 7700 com- repair; 5 heavy 6 ft. feed bunks; rolls of 30” andhigh-protein supplement bine for parts, good diesel engine, 20 ft. hdr., 28L- 36” hog netting; 1,000 elec. fence posts; lots of FRANK ORAZEM ESTATE 26 fronts, cab and air; A&L 400 bu. grain cart withcontaining 38 percent to 44 10” front corner auger, lg. tires, VG; RHS field elec. fence wire; 80 plus T-posts; thousands ofpercent crude protein each sprayer with 500 gal. poly tank, walking tandems, feet and tons of 1/2” cable, would make miles of GANNON REAL ESTATE AND AUCTIONS fence; 13 sticks 3/4” sucker rod.day. centrifugal pump, 40 ft. booms and MKR 5000 “Remember that winter VERN GANNON, AUCTIONEER marking system; New Holland 791 PTO manure MISCELLANEOUS - VARIOUS TIMESweather increases the ani- 785-539-2316 • MANHATTAN, KANSAS spreader, tandem wheels, good; new sides for 791 3 diesel tanks on stands, one is 500 gal.; 100 lb.mal’s nutrient require- www.gannonauctions.com spreader; Gehl 100 grinder/mixer with scale and propane bottle; lots of good used corrugated and long folding auger; IH 510, 16x8 grain drill with channel drain galv. tin of various sizes, several lg.ments; the base recommen- fert., 20” rubber, press wheels; JD 7000 conserva-dation will probably need to stacks, 2 new sheets; 4 ft. tall by 12 ft. long heavy tion planter with fert., insecticide boxes, shedded; steel tank, unbolts horizontally; 6 ft. x 25 ft. longbe increased with higher Krause 19 ft. disc with hyd. fold, tine leveler, shed- metal fuel tank to be made into water tank; 560quality hay such as alfalfa or ded; IH 23 ft. field cultivator, 10” sweeds, walking tractor for pieces and parts; rear wheels and frontadditional energy feed such tandems, Noble tine leveler; IH 720 4x16 semi mt. spindle for Farmall M; combine parts, otheras 20 percent range cubes to plow, trip bottoms, coulters, cylinder, ga. wheels, machinery parts; 2 pt. arms with draw bar; hori- shedded and good; IH 5000 self propelled dieseloffset the effects of bad zontal shaft engine; dump rake teeth; lots of misc. swather, cab and air, 14 ft. header, shedded andweather,” Selk said. lumber, some long 2” lumber; fencing supplies; good; IH 445 wire tire sm. sq. baler, shedded, Soybean hulls or wheat good with lots of wire; Hoelscher bale accumula- various herbicides; pump jack; lots of assorted tor; Farmhand 8 bale grapple fork; Case IH 8460 iron, pipe, angle iron, rod, channel iron, etc.; iron BR baler with monitor, shedded, VG; old JD cube stands; lots of 50 gal. metal barrels; plastic bar- REAL ESTATE baler, 6 ft. pickup, Detroit diesel runs, for salvage or repair; JD cube wagon with belt conveyor, heavy with 4 flotation tires; Gehl 320 10 wheel rels; old mini bike; JD and other implement rims; B2 Clipper fanning mill; tarps. MOWER, CHOPPER, GUNS, MISC. - 10:30 AM rake on transport, hyd. fold; good Krause 10 ft. pull ZTR riding mower with 42” front deck, 14 hp. gas type chisel, good; NH 880, 2Rx30” field cutter; engine, red, similar to Grasshopper; chipper Winco 15KW PTO generator on trailer; 48 ft. x 6” shredder on wheels; J.C. Higgins Model 66, 12 hitch auger; hyd. powered post hole digger for ga. semi automatic; Remington 22 cal. nylon 66 loader, has 9” and 13” bits; heavy five prong fork SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29 — 10:30 AM for bales, pallets etc.; good factory bale fork for semi automatic; Remington 12 ga. Model 870 pump; Winchester 1 ga. Model 1897 pump; 30-06 328 Dix Drive - MANHATTAN, KANSAS loader; heavy 3 pt. bale fork; heavy 10 ft. 3 pt. fact. built rear blade; 3 pt. adapter with ball hitch and shells, some are in clips; Coleman lantern; 5 - 10” Conabear traps; paw traps. 3 Bed, 2 Bath Home on Corner Lot; Appliances, Furniture, gin pole; 2 pt. carryall; old 2 pt. PTO cement mixer; PTO buzz saw on 2 wheel trailer, 2 blades; JD 3 ANTIQUES & PRIMITIVES - APPROX. 9:45 AM Household, Kitchenware, Tools, Misc pt. 4R cultivator; mist blower with directional spout; Very old “National Vacuum Washer” hand pow- 2 pt. hyd. wire winder; 2 pt. PTO sickle mower; 2 ered wash machine, unusual; Briggs & Stratton pt. 6 ft. rotary mower with 2 rear dolly wheels; New one cyl. engine with kick start; Red Wing “Poultry Idea hay or grain elevator on transport, hopper; Drinking Fountain and Buttermilk Feeder”, com- old shop built packer; JD 17 ft. springtooth on 3 pt. plete, VG; 23”x31/2” anvil; cream separator; wood carrier; GT silage dump box, box only; long IH hay burning stoves; iron impl. wheels; dairy scales; or grain elevator on transport; old Oliver 16x8 drill cream cans; aerometer stub tower and windmill on steel with alfalfa seeder; IH 3x16 pull type plow, fan; 4 Model A wheels; old EZ cistern pump with hyd. lift; old Case side delivery rake; 5 section har- over 100 cups; hardware scale; old forge conv. to row on folding evener; homemade 3 prong fork for elec.; pr. ext. steel wheels for Oliver 80; pr. steel Farmhand stacker; old chisel frame; 3 pt. hyd. wheels for Farmall H or 300; RR jack; Case tool wood splitter; dump rake on steel. box; egg basket; Remington wooden box; Model TRUCKS & TRAILERS AFTER LUNCH A radiator; steel impl. eats; well pump; car tags to 1972 GMC 2 ton farm truck with gas V-8, 4x2 ‘41; 2 man saw, endless belts; scythes; hay (SELLS APPROXIMATELY 12:00NOON) speed, 13 ft. wooden bed with stock racks, steel hooks; ice skates; pulleys; steel bushel basket; floor, rear hitch, 8.25x20 rears, medium green, good forge tools; lantern; stainless cr. pails; water- Nice 3-bedroom home with eat-in kitchen, living insurance to be divided equally between Buyer 90,484 miles, shedded and good; 1980 Ford 4WD melon hog oiler; hitch for grain binder; hay mow room, 2 baths and attached garage. This home & Seller. pickup, 6 cyl., 4 sp., with Kelly Ryan 4x8 box to fork; rendering kettle in homemade holder; 8 1/2 has a full partially finished basement and also feed silage or ground hay; grain trailer made from porch posts; 6 heavy oak 36” solid core doors; has vinyl siding, new windows, central air and STATEMENTS MADE DAY OF AUCTION truck box, PTO powered hoist, duals, heavy jack; paneled house doors; nice Mission oak school nice patio area. The home is located on a quiet TAKES PRECEDENCE OVERY ANY OTHER heavy hay rack with truck tires; rectangular metal INFORMATION. OPEN HOUSE on Real Es- desk out of Hebron School; several old oak tables corner lot and has an in-ground watering sys- tank on 2 wheel chassis; heavy 2 wheel chassis tem. Very nice home! and lg. oak desk out of the old CCCHS; smaller tate, Wednesday, November 19, 2008, from 4- with ball hitch and 3 pt. adapter to move machin- pine school tables; primitive cabinet; ant. school Buyer to pay 10% down day of Auction with bal- 6:00PM or by appointment by contacting ery; heavy 2 wheel trailer with heavy metal 500 desk; various other old items. ance due on or before December 23, 2008. All Vern Gannon Auctioneer/Broker, 785-539- gal. tank, ball hitch; heavy 7 1/2 x 16 ft. truck inspections to be made by Buyer at Buyerís ex- 2316, 785-770-0066 or Gannon Real Estate flatbed on 2 wheel trailer, tilts; 2 wheel tandem TOOLS, SHOP ITEMS, MISC. - FIRST pense prior to Auction if requested. Cost of Title and Auctions 785-537-9003. axle trailer with 300 gal. poly tank, 2 Briggs Viking 60,000 lb. press with 20T jack; chop saw; engines and Pacer water pumps, used for burning 200/60/40/2 battery charger on wheels; bench Kitchen Aid refrigerator; Hot- shelving; ping-pong table; ex- ware; Corningware; baskets; CRP; 44”x7 1/2 ft. 2 wheel utility trailer; small 2 top table saw; Victor torch with cart and bottles; point electric stove; upright ercise bike; shelves; maga- jars; ricer; glasses; cast iron wheel utility trailer with wooden bed; combine bin portable overhead frame for lifting; old arch deep freeze; Kenmore washer zine rack; linen chest; foot- skillets; Guardianware; roast- trailer, needs repair; 2 wheel trailer frame with long welder; heavy bench with vise; heavy duty belt & dryer; refrigerator; china stool; ice cream stool; lots of ers; pots; pans; Visionware; tongue. driven 220V grinder; space heater; 1/2T chain cabinet; dropleaf dining table, Beanie Babies; stuffed ani- typewriter; cameras; jewelry hoist; Handyman jack; chains; self darkening leaves & 6 chairs; Oak enter- mals; Military uniform; box; snack sets; spittoon; GRAIN BINS, SHEDS, HAY - LATE AM 5,000 bu. Coop bin with recirculating auger and welding helmet; HD worm drive circ. saw; 9 dr. top tainment center; 2 Lane rock- kerosene lamp; bedding; books; games; walker; Avon; tool box; pipe wrenches; stacking plastic boxes; er recliners; hide-a-bed sofa; cookbooks; potato bin; pres- rakes; hand corn planter; aeration floor; 3,000 bu. Coop bin with aeration floor and fan; good bulk bin, 15 ft. tall, 6 ft. dia. with heavy old air compressor; old 220V air compres- 2 living room chairs; cush- sure cooker; milk can; Weber dolly; garden hose; wagon; sor; old Homelite chain saw; miter saw; lg. tool ioned stools; 2 portable TVs; grill; shredder; figurines; Black vise; hand & shop tools; bird long 4” auger; 1,000 bu. Butler bin with metal floor; 2 very good 14x20 ft. portable cattle sheds with box of carpentry tools; wooden bolt bin; Moorman 2 bookcases; twin bed; night Amethyst; crystal decanter; bath; planters; tool chest; metal frame and tin siding; another 14x20 ft. shed; duster; cob fork; other long handled tools; variety stands; computer stand; cor- candy dishes; bowls; water shoe last; vacuums; pictures ner shelf; 2 2-door cabinets; set; stemware; china; silver- & frames; what-nots & minia- 3 lg. corn cribs lined for grain storage; 2 - 10x16 ft. of hand wrenches; sockets, hand tools, etc.; JD chest; flat top trunk; 2-door ware; kitchen utensils; fiddle tures; Christmas decorations; port. lvstk. sheds; 6 “Jim-Bob” 12x16 ft. A-frame 3/8” drill; lg. DeWalt rt. angle grinder; cordless Oak stand; microwave stand; bottles; tea towels; hanging lamps; Cat & other teapots; sheds on skids; 17 ft. tall bulk bin, no auger; old drills; 1/2” Professional drill; 3/4” sockets; drill bits; RCA TV; 4-drawer file cabinet; lamp; kitchen appliances; set many figurines; fans; house- Quanset style hog feeding floor; 12x10 ft. storage lg. gear pullers; calf puller; tranquilizer crossbow; microwave; step stools; metal of stoneware; Lots of Tupper- hold & garage items. shed on skids, tin roof and sides; approximately other lvstk supplies; jack and clamps to pull well 18 BR bales of straw; several hundred very good pipe; measuring wheel; croquet set; back pack LUNCH BY WANDAíS COUNTRY COOKING wire tied small square bales 2006 prairie hay. sprayer; gofer traps. RUTH GOEHRING ESTATE NOTE: The James have been on this farm since 1926. This is a large accumulation, many items yet to be uncovered and discovered. Check kretzauctions.com for pictures as auction date nears. GANNON REAL ESTATE AND AUCTIONS Loader tractor available sale day. Hope to be done by 4:00. VERN GANNON, AUCTIONEER TERMS: Cash day of sale. Not responsible for accidents. 785-539-2316 • MANHATTAN, KANSAS • www.gannonauctions.com CLERK: United Bank, P.O. Box 514, Clay Center, Ks. 67432. Lunch: Presbyterian Church Ladies. TOM JAMES ESTATE — SELLER Auction conducted Kretz, Hauserman, Bloom Auction Service Greg: 785-926-4422, Cell: 785-630-0701 Gail: 785-632-3062, Cell: 785-447-0686 Chad: 785-632-5824, Cell: 785-632-0846
  • 4. Page 20 Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008 The other question is after weaning decreases money in the bank at 13 one says, reaching for his tougher. To load up bawling marbling potential. months. It’s being done, and coat. “I want efficiency, but I calves and send them down If cattle have been held the winner’s purse is hefty. don’t buy them because of the road could be expedient, back, feeding them longer in A few perks include bet- the hidden costs.” but this is no time for short the lot won’t recoup the qual- ter use of pasture resources, His friend nods. “I’m not cuts. It’s a relatively short pe- ity grade. Marbling deposi- increased carcass value and afraid to buy creep-fed riod of time when speed can tion starts early and they’ve quicker feedback on how calves. They know how to eat take a back seat to quality. missed their chance. Ex- your current program is stay on track for an early fin- Starting calves on creep perts say a quality-friendly working. Of course some of ish.” prior to weaning sets them equation must keep up the those only apply to cattle- Sounds like a winning up for a healthy start in the gains, at least 2 pounds per men who partner or feed plan — at the bank for deliv- lot because the calves al- day or more, depending on their own calves, but there ering early cash flow and ready know how to eat. That frame size. are buyers who look for cat- from the consumer for deliv- reduces stress and, there- So if you really want to tle that are on the fast track ering better beef. fore, sickness. put the racer’s edge on your to success. Next time in Black Ink, Regardless of how you herd, forget stockered year- Those two producers Steve Suther will look at hol- Quality in the fast lane market your calves, those are health bonuses. Pre-con- lings. Instead of sending them to the feedyard at 12 drain their cups and wind up their chat. iday plans. Questions? Call toll-free at 877-241-0717 or e- By Miranda Reiman benefits to marketing op- ditioned calves bring more months, send the calves and “Sometimes I hear calves mail mreiman@certifiedan- At the local café two cat- tions. But many producers at the salebarn and if you re- see them finished with promoted as ‘green,’ or thin,” gusbeef.com.tlemen are discussing the could realize an advantage tain ownership, you’ll reapidea of compensatory gain. to speeding up the process. the rewards later through “I heard you can make First, know why you’re in both performance and car-money on calves this winter the race. Then think about cass merit.if you just get by, save by not the checkpoints on the way Historically, the stockerfeeding much. Come spring, to a finish line of profitable, phase comes next, partly be-nature will provide a few higher quality beef. cause the cattle of yesterdaymore groceries and the After breeding, the next needed some added frame.calves will make up for it,” big decisions start with Today’s fast-growing, larger-one says. weaning. When and how are framed cattle may not get as “Makes no sense to me,” the questions, and in a fast- big without doing time as athe other retorts. “If you look paced scenario it’s the soon- stocker, but that’s not all bad.at anything else in farming, er the better. Scientists sug- The foodservice sectorfrom poultry to hogs, corn or gest a target of 90 to 150 days rates ribeye size among itswheat, it’s maximum produc- for “early weaning.” If you’re top concerns. Taking moretion all the way.” not ready for that part of the time to produce more beef is The cattle industry’s seg- race, just keep in mind stud- not always better whenments are often poorly ies show it has many advan- you’re cutting steaks to fit onlinked. Traditionally, stock- tages, like better feed effi- a plate. Besides, currenters or backgrounders held ciency, higher quality beef studies have shown that a de-the option of “roughing” and reduced cow costs. creased plane of nutritioncalves through the winter.The calves made up for losttime, compensated whenthey hit the feedlot, but at the KROGMANN BALE BEDScost of beef quality. That kind of winteringfell out of favor a few yearsago when quality beef premi-ums soared, but some pro- EQUIPMENT CONSIGNMENTducers are taking a look backnow because of relativelyhigh feed prices and generalmarket uncertainty. AUCTION At the café, the first pro-ducer agrees. Thinking of hiscrop enterprises, he says, * 12 gpm engine driven hydraulics or electric models SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22 — 10:00 AM * Ask our customers about Krogmann dependability,“Yeah, I guess we don’t with- durability and our 3 year warranty Forbes Field — TOPEKA, KANSAShold nitrogen from a cornplant for 30 days for compen- * Options available: across the bed toolboxes, side toolboxes,satory gain or try to delay get- carry-alls, 3rd spool valve, cake feeders and posthole diggersting water to the soybeans.” — C A L L F O R A D E A L E R N E A R YO U — To be fair, beef cattleoffer some flexibility, andthere are half a dozen rea- KROGMANN MFG.sons why plans may include Sabetha, KS • Toll Free 1-877-745-3783low-gain wintering, from tax www.krogmannmfg.com CONSIGNMENTS WANTED! Contact us today to turn your un-needed equipment into cash! 2005 CAT 304CR Compact Excavator; 1998 CAT 312 Excavator; 1998 CAT 963 B track loader; 1980 Catapillar D7G Dozer; 1970’s John Deere 350-B finish dozer; Galion S4 6A roller compactor; 2005 CAT 277A Turbo Multi Terrain Skid Loader; 2003 CAT 277 Turbo Skid Steer track loader; 2003 CAT 236 skid steer loader ;Various skid steer attachments;1995 International Eagle Pro-Sleeper Semi tractor; 2007 53’ Towmaster 55 Ton Lowboy; 1984 Simmitt end dump trailer; 1972 25 ton 20’ deck Lowboy trailer; 1996 Western Star tandem axle barrel bed dump truck; 1987 GMC General Dump Truck; 1984 International Dump Truck; 1976 Ford F8000 dump truck; 1996 International 4700 DT466E 4 X 2 truck with 12’ flatbed; 1995 Chevrolet 3500HD 1 ton pickup; 1997 Rally Jamboree by Fleetwood Motor Home; 2007 20’ Load Max Gooseneck car hauler; 2000 Titan 20’ gooseneck flatbed trailer; 2000 20’ L&L Trailer; 2000 PJ 26’ Gooseneck trailer; 1996 Travelute 18’ tandem axle trailer ; 1995 Fannen built 24’ gooseneck trailer; 1993 Trail-Eze 25 ton 31’ hydraulic tilt deck trailer; 1969 Powe Reel trailer ; 1938 Letourneau Model G scraper; 3 pt. Howse Hi Co 5’ brush mower ; 3 pt. United 6’ box blade;Goossen Vac n Load vac on trailer;Grasshopper 718 48” 0 radius mower 18 HP’John Deere K Series, 48” com- mercial mower ; Snapper 42” 0-radius mower 14 HP; Norton Clipper concrete saw; Coats, model RC 15-A, rim clamp tire machine; 100 cases of Cyclo Anti-Gel diesel fuel treatment; (5) 10 ton jacks; 20’ steel storage container; 40’ steel storage con- tainer w/ doors in both ends; 45’ steel storage container. See website for items added daily. Can’t make the auction? Leave bids online. www.simnittauction.com HILLSBORO EMPORIA AUBURN Darrell Simnitt Ag Power, Inc. Schaefer Equipment Garrett Ranch Supply 785-231-0374 620-947-3182 620-342-3172 785-256-2372 KALVESTA MINNEAPOLIS LAWRENCE Ralph McLeod Kalvesta Implement Lott Implement Shuck Implement 785-249-5916 620-855-3567 785-392-3100 785-843-8093
  • 5. Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008 Page 21Biotech wheat requires international influence Father discovers son’s body By Bill Spiegel corn. For wheat, the chal- use efficiency. to adopting biotechnology WAKARUSA (AP) — The body of a 49-year-old man Vic Knauf believes there lenge of adopting biotech The reluctance to invest in wheat in a safe, scientif- missing since September was found in a Shawnee Countyis great potential in solving is greater. Not only is the in biotechnology is a battle ic approach. barn last Tuesday.some of the agronomic grain readily consumed by that NAWG and U.S. “We want to be unified The body of Larry Carls, of Wakarusa, was discoveredproblems that plague wheat humans – a sticky wicket Wheat have waged for so that one country cannot around 1:30 p.m. by his father. William Dale Carls was onproducers. when it comes to biotech years. Hope, however, is on leverage itself against the his way to work in a field on the family’s property when he went to check an unsecured barn door and discovered Knauf is the chief scien- adoption – but the bulk of the horizon. others,” Coppock says. his son’s body.tific officer at Arcadia Bio- the nation’s wheat research “The key is to get inter- Meanwhile, the NAWG Deputies said he had been dead for several weeks.sciences, Davis, California. occurs at land-grant univer- national acceptance,” says is preparing a survey that Larry Carls had been missing since leaving his homeThe company develops sities and USDA Agricul- Daren Coppock, chief ex- gauges wheat farmers’ col- in the middle of the night on Sept. 9, according to hisplants that improve the en- tural Research Service fa- ecutive officer of NAWG. lective acceptance of sister, Vera Brinkman. Carls left a note for his wife andvironment and are benefi- cilities. Therefore, biotech Therefore, NAWG is work- biotechnology. Surveys are four-year-old son that night, saying he needed to get awaycial to human health. And research companies like ing with wheat grower or- being prepared now for and be alone so he could “find out what God wanted himArcadia is developing Ni- Arcadia must develop li- ganizations in Australia and early 2009 distribution to to do.”trogen Use Efficiency tech- censing agreements with Canada to develop a pro- the nation’s wheat farmers, Brinkman said Carls was associated with a religiousnology in wheat. each institution in order to biotechnology statement in which farmers can indi- group that promotes fasting and had lost about 50 pounds after two seven-day fasts in July and August. “It varies by crop and recoup their research in- signed by all three coun- cate whether they embracelocation, but generally, vestment. tries. Such a document, biotech advancements in50% of the nitrogen farm- Wheat leaders are work- presented to key export wheat. The goal is to haveers apply to the ground, the ing to develop a less cum- countries, would illustrate the survey results tabulated WC POLE BARNSplant will never use,” bersome means of creating that the three nations are by the end of February, 30’ x 50’ x 10’..................................Colored Metal $8,000Knauf told wheat producers licensing agreements. serious about committing 2009. 30’ x 40’ x 10’..................................Colored Metal $7,100at this week’s fall board That’s a good thing, as 40’ x 60’ x 12’................................Colored Metal $12,500meeting of the U.S. WheatAssociates and NationalAssociation of Wheat biotechnology investment in wheat can bring about a host of traits that make COIN AUCTION SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23 — 11:00 AM 40’ x 60’ x 12’ ..............................Gal. - Roof Only $9,000 Prices fully enclosed including one 12-ft. slider & one entry door. 10-year warranty on labor & materials.Growers. So Knauf’s com- wheat a much more sus- 1401 NE Winfield — TOPEKA, KANSASpany has fine-tuned tech-nology developed by the tainable crop. These in- clude traits such as drought Approx. 400 lots with lots of silver dollars, halves, quarters, dimes 866-757-6561 and nickels. Indian head & wheat pennies, some foreign coins, some paper money, mint & proof sets, and large collection of 100’s • 14 YEARS BUILDING EXPERIENCE •University of Alberta, tolerance, which allows of 1st day covers and stamps.Canada, to develop and test more bushels to be grownNUE in cereal crops. with less water; fusarium See oldemillauction.com for complete list or call for informa- Researchers have eightseasons of data in North tolerance, which prevents fungus development and of tion. Sue Metzger, auctioneer, 233-7700. Don’t forget our regular auctions every Wed. and Sat. evening at 5:30pm, see our website for complete details before every auction. REAL ESTATEDakota, Minnesota and course, Arcadia’s nitrogenCalifornia, indicating farm-ers can achieve the sameyield of canola with theNUE trait using one-thirdthe nitrogen that conven- GUN & COIN THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2008 WAMEGO, KANSAS 700 Pine: Neat Well Kept 2-Bed Home, Corner Lot,tional canola requires. Central Air; 5:30 PMEarly research in rice 406 6th: Nice Well Maintained 2-Bed Home,shows that, with NUE tech- Central Air & Heat; 6:15 PMnology, a half-rate of nitro- SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16 — 10:30 AM 604 Elm: Cute 2-Bed Home, Many Updates,gen still results in higher Central Air & Heat; 7:00 PM Clarion Hotel, 530 Richards Drive - MANHATTAN, KANSAS Contact Vern Gannon Auctioneer/Broker 785-539-2316,tiller count and increased GUNS & COINS, REMINGTON, WINCHESTER, PROOFS & SETS, MORE 785-770-0066 or Gannon Real Estate and Auctions 785-panicle numbers. 537-9003. Arcadia has developed GUNS 12ga; Mossberg 500, 20ga sets; MS 64 & 65 coins; Com- These homes have all been kept in move-in condition.and licensed NUE technol- (SELL FIRST AT 10:30 AM) shotgun; Winchester model memorative sets; 800 Wheat Don’t miss this opportunity to buy a good quality home atogy to a number of compa- Remington model 77, 22 LR; 290, 22LR, automatic; Marlin pennies; silver certificates; Auction!nies in several crops, in- Glenfield 22 automatic, LR; model 120, 12ga pump shot- one oz. silver pieces; Silver See October 28 Grass & Grain for complete listing. SKV 20ga automatic shotgun; gun. quarters & halves; Foreigncluding Monsanto for H&R 410 SS shotgun; Ruger coins; Federal Reserve Notes RICHARD & PATTI JOHNSON COINScanola and Pioneer for 28ga over/under shotgun; Over 175 silver dollars; 750 on Manhattan and Kansas Savage model 24SE, 22/410, mercury dimes; 350 Indian City Banks; Mint sets; many GANNON REAL ESTATE AND AUCTIONS over/under; Remington 1100, head pennies; Proof coins & coins. VERN GANNON, AUCTIONEER 785-539-2316 • MANHATTAN, KANSAS This is a collection of 2 local Estate collections. Full list on website in near future. www.gannonauctions.com GANNON REAL ESTATE AND AUCTIONS VERN GANNON, AUCTIONEER GSI 785-539-2316 • MANHATTAN, KANSAS • www.gannonauctions.com GRAIN BINS ALL SIZES AVAILABLE Hopper Bins Available FINANCING AVAILABLE Harder AG PRODUCTS West Highway 50 PEABODY, KANSAS 66866 Phone 620-983-2158 www.grainbinsusa.com ESTATE AUCTION SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15 — 9:00 AM LOCATION: 3-I Building in Garden City, KS located on the HERINGTON LIVESTOCK MARKET INC. Finney Co. Fairgrounds. ANTIQUE CAR & TRUCK 1929 Ford car, 2 door, new in- FURNITURE Lighted curio cabinet; 2 buffets, Results from Wednesday, November 5 Herington, 6 mix 516@107.00 Butcher bulls weighing 1,395- terior, body excellent, good nice; metal bed frames. FAT HOGS Herington, blk 1205@47.00 Peabody, 9 mix 601@99.75 2,220 were selling $50.00- paint, been in garage; 1928 In- Council Gr., 20 mix 785@97.25 $57.00 per cwt. ternational truck, restored, runs GUNS & POCKET KNIVES Burdick, 6 mix 284@36.50 Herington, blk 1420@47.00 good. Winchester Mod. 94, Theodore Burdick, 15 mix 258@35.50 Herington, blk 1305@46.75 Lincolnville, 11 mix 660@97.00 ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE Roosevelt commemorative Burdick, 5 mix 299@35.50 Herington, blk 1385@46.75 Council Gr., 23 mix 864@96.50 Cow/calf pairs were selling gun, 30-30, 20” octagon barrel, Herington, 3 blk 850@95.75 $750.00-$1,020.00 a pair. 300+ collector plates (look on Council Gr., 17 mix 280@35.00 Herington, blk 1510@46.00 lever action, SN34567, sealed web for more complete list); Burdick, 8 mix 291@34.75 Herington, blk 1295@45.75 Burdick, 58 mix 934@92.85 in box; Winchester Mod. 94, treadle sewing machine, Marion, 19 mix 270@34.50 White City, blk 1360@45.50 Wheeler Wilson 625 Broadway; Golden Spike, commemorative Burlingame, 10 mix 258@34.00 Herington, blk 1375@45.00 30-30 gun, SN GS49758, in Herington, blk 1410@45.00 SPECIAL EARLY CONSIGNMENTS Hoosier cabinet; old Oriental cabinet; baby buggies; doll box; 2 Buffalo Bill 30-30 guns, Sows weighing 315-610 were Herington, bmf 1070@44.75 FOR WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12 buggy; dresser; rocking chair; hex barrels, long barrel SN wringer washer; old single WC37516 & shorter barrel SN selling $15.00-$30.00 per cwt. White City, blk 1270@44.75 90 mixed steers & heifers, 500-650 lbs., shots, WC37517; 6 shot Heritage Herington, blk 1375@44.25 oven; cream separator, Mc- weaned, wormed, PI checked Cormick; lard press; Tonka Rough Rider 22, SN HC241B1; Feeder pigs were selling Lincolnville, rmf 1440@44.00 9 shot “The Marshall” 22 high 60 black steers, 925 lbs. trucks, tractors; pewter cars; $15.50-$35.00 a head. HEIFERS wood cars, American Keystone standard, SN W-105 2284093; Marion, 6 mix 508@95.50 34 mixed steers & heifers, 650-800 lbs. Daisy Red Ryder BB gun, in Limited, some w/#’s; 13 Goebel COWS Herington, 7 mix 512@95.25 60 mixed steers, 875 lbs. dolls; JD toy tractors; Fisher box; Winchester pocket knives; Wilsey, wf 790@65.00 White City, 8 mix 529@94.75 35 mostly black heifers, 750-800 lbs. Price toys; Cymbal Playing misc. pocket knives. Wilsey, lh 900@60.50 Herington, 10 mix 542@93.00 60 black heifers, 830 lbs. Monkey; Tinker Toys; marbles; COINS Burdick, blk 1125@60.00 Osage City, 9 blk 936@90.50 old books; belt buckles, Beef Herington, blk 1210@60.00 Herington, 5 blk 805@90.25 Many more consignments by sale time. Empire Days, some #’d; keys; PRIMITIVES & MISCELLANEOUS Burdick, blk 1115@59.00 Lincolnville, 7 red 559@90.00 brass; metal signs; yokes & Lots not listed. Look on the harnesses; buggy frame Marion, blk White City, blk 1050@55.50 Wilsey, 9 blk 1100@51.50 White City, 4 mix 619@85.00 634@83.75 NEXT HOG SALE IS pieces. web. Herington, blk 1215@50.00 STEERS December 3 • 10:30 AM OWNER: FLOYD FRANK ESTATE Herington, blk 1180@47.50 Burdick, 4 mix 508@107.50 Listen to Radio Market Reports on WIBW AM 580, KFRM AM 550, Every Wed., 8:00 a.m. Barn Phone 785-258-2205 *Fax No. 785-258-3766 IF YOU HAVE LIVESTOCK FOR SALE OR APPRAISAL, CALL COLLECT. Scott Miesse, Manager • 785-258-0226 Bob Kickhaefer – 785-258-2880 Eugene Just - 620-382-3583 home • 620-382-6152 Cell Dave Bures - 402-766-3743 Gene Schafer - 620-732-3670 • 620-381-1292 Cell 620-276-6397 Marcia Mathias • 785-258-2205 www.larryjohnstonauction.com
  • 6. Page 22 Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008Farm marketing programs pay off and health benefits. Some- times, industry groups pay now target consumers with magazine articles, Web sites sticky, gooey” to compete with blueberries and other MILWAUKEE (AP) — expert Izumi Amano said vestments, said Richard Sex- for studies themselves. and grocery displays. They so-called superfruits, saidWisconsin’s cranberry har- most of her work for the ton, an agricultural econo- In the case of almonds, also reach out to doctors and Jeff Manning, chief market-vesters had some help this Cranberry Marketing Com- mist at the University of Cal- the Almond Board of Cali- others who can influence ing officer for the Cherryyear from far, far away. mittee will focus on educat- ifornia at Davis. Studies fornia found people were people’s eating habits. Marketing Institute. Japanese marketers ing Japan’s health-conscious show most generate at least concerned that eating nuts Amid the growing com- Today, cherries are thepitched in to rake berries consumers about cranber- $2 in profit for every dollar would raise their cholesterol petition, industry groups No. 2 superfruit behind blue-during a multi-day tour de- ries’ nutritional benefits. spent, and many have much — a belief its research was such as the Cherry Market- berries in terms of publicity,signed to educate them on It’s an approach that has higher returns. able to refute. ing Institute and the Idaho Manning said. That, in turn,the fruit they hope to sell to served her well in promoting Some are so successful, “That’s the sort of thing Potato Commission have has generated demand. Man-their countrymen. foods for the USA Poultry they become part of the pop- an industry could do that, but brought in new leaders to up- ning was particularly heart- Back home, they will run and Egg and California Pis- ular culture. Consider the no individual company could grade their programs. ened when Starbucks recent-recipe contests and oversee tachio export councils. She American Egg Board’s “in- do it,” Wasson said. “Nor The tart cherry industry ly introduced a cherry sconean infomercial and a glossy has touted turkey as high in credible edible egg,” the Na- anymore could you expect launched a new, health-fo- after years of baking withmagazine spread featuring a protein and low in calories tional Cattlemen’s Beef As- the publicly funded research cused campaign in 2006 blueberries and cranberries.Thanksgiving feast at the and promoted pistachios to sociation’s “Beef, It’s to do it. There just aren’t the after deciding it needed to “You look at that busi-U.S. embassy in Tokyo. middle-age men and women What’s for Dinner,” and the dollars.” change “its image from cher- Their work is the latest in concerned about cholesterol. California Milk Processor Both the messages and ry pie, George Washington,a strong marketing effort by “We are an aging socie- Board’s “Got Milk?” Continued on page 23 the means marketers use tothe American cranberry in- ty,” Amano said. “Sooner or Consultant Rodger Was- PERSONAL PROPERTY AU spread them have become N IO CTdustry to create a more stable later, one-fourth of popula- son, who has worked to pro- CT AUCTION IO more sophisticated in the AU Nmarket for the fruit follow- tion will be over age 60 mote almonds, strawberries past 10 to 15 years, he said.ing a severe price crash in years old.” and pork, said successful Marketers who once focusedthe late 1990s. Farm industry marketing marketing starts with re- Japan-based marketing programs are exceptional in- search on foods’ nutritional on television advertising SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15 — 9:00 AM 396 S. FRANK ST. — HOLYROOD, KS SELLER: YVONNE HOKR 155 ACRES Real Estate Tillable COFFEY COUNTY LAND Auction Cropland THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4 — 7:00 PM Held at the Community Building in NEW STRAWN, KANSAS VEHICLE: 1988 GMC 2500 4X4 4 speed, 127,285 miles, 350 cu.in., AC, AM/FM/Cassette, cruise, int. wipers. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Thread box; Chairs; Oak 4 draw- er file cabinet; Cast iron tub on pedestal; Boiler; Solid oak dress- er; Metal bed w/ 4 drawers; William Rogers silverware & wood box; Pens & pencils; costume jewelry; Wood rocking chair; Bakers cabinet; Ashley cast iron heating stove; Hoosiers cabinet; Oil lamps; Lincoln logs; Sad iron; Cherry pitter; Humpback trunk; Rec- tor set; Toy horses; Crock water dispenser; Painted bowls; Pressed glass bowls; Pink depression platter; Pink depression glasses; Green ware; Metal seat; Player piano; Single tree; Iron wheels; Wood hubs. FURNITURE: Love seat recliner; Sofa recliner; Entertainment center; End tables; 5 shelf bookcase; Drop leaf table; Wood bar LEGAL DESCRIPTION: The Southwest Quarter of Section stools; Trundle bed; 4 drawer chest. 31, Township 21 South, Range 16 East of the 6th P.M. Cof- KITCHEN ITEMS & APPLIANCES: Amana Upright freezer; Dou- fey County, KS. 155 acres m/l. ble oven electric range; Utensils, pots & pans; Ice cream maker; Bissell Clean Machine rug cleaner; Deep fat fryer; Stereo & radios. TYPE OF PROPERTY: This parcel is 98% tillable cropland SHOP & TOOLS: Drill press; 10” Miter saw; Battery charger; Power tools - drills, sanders, saws; Testers; Space heater; Adj. and would be second bottom cropland. This is a productive wrenches; Hammers; Paint guns; Vices; 10 lb. anvil; Bolt cutters; farm and has good road access. You can get out and farm 1/4”,.3/8”,.1/2”, 3/4” inch sockets; Comb wrenches; “C” clamps; on this tract of land. There are no growing crops — Buyer Misc bolts, nuts, washers; Pipe wrenches; Chains; Step Ladders; will get full possession and can plant crops of their choice Propane bottles; Bottle jacks; Floor jack; Levels; Extension cords; Bar clamps; Saw horses; Alum. extension ladder; Car ramps; Lots next spring. More! GUNS: J.P. Sauer & Sons Western Marshall 44 cal. pistol & hol- LOCATION OF THE PROPERTY: Go east out of Burling- ster; Marlin model 336-R.C. 30-30 w/ Weaver scope; Remington ton, Kansas to Oxen Road. Go south on Oxen Road 1/2 870 2 3/4”-12 gauge shot gun, 28”; Remington 870TB 2 3/4”-12 mile. The property begins on the west side of Oxen Road. gauge shot gun, 30” vent rib; Swedish Mauser 1907 Carl Gustafs Stads Gevarsfaktorl; Colt 38 Police Special revolver; Gun case; This parcel has road access on three sides — Oxen Road Gun Cabinet; Old gun stock; Gun scabbard. on the west side, 15th Road on the south side and Oxen SPORTING GOODS: Lark pull type camper 14’ AC, refrigerator, Lane on the east side. Watch for signs. stove, shower, sleeps 6; Fishing Tackle & boxes; Rods & reels; Pop-up Star Craft camper; Full size fiberglass topper; Receiver tow hitch w/bars. TERMS: Seller requires 20% earnest money payable on the day of the sale with the balance due in full at the time of LAWN & GARDEN: Huskee 20hp 42”cut riding mower; Crafts- man’s 17hp. 42”cut riding mower; Yard Machines 20” cut lawn closing-approximately 30 days. mower; Troy built rear tine tiller; Montgomery Wards front tine tiller; Pull behind lawn sweeper; Shovels; Rakes; Hoes; Smoker; Metal CONDITIONS: This sale is subject to all easements, restric- lawn chairs; Picnic Table; Water pump jack; Wheel barrow; Gas POSSESSION: The Buyer will receive full possession of the Weed Eater. tions, covenants, leases and zoning regulations of record. property at the time of closing. MACHINERY: Bale elevator; Horse drawn slips (dirt buckets); MINERALS: All the Seller’s mineral interests transfer with Side delivery rakes; Small manure spreader on rubber; PTO post MERCHANTABLE TITLE: The Seller agrees to furnish a hole digger; 7’ John Deere & IHC PTO sickle mowers; 3pt. cement the Real Estate at the time of closing. Title Insurance Policy for the amount of the purchase price mixer; (2) IHC PTO binders for salvage; 5’ Ford 3pt. rotary mower; with the costs split equally between the Buyers and the Sell- TAXES: The Seller will pay the 2008 taxes. There will be no 10’ electric grain auger. ers. pro-ration of taxes. HORSE & LIVESTOCK: Horse tack - Saddles, show bridles, leads, blankets, spurs; Vet supplies; Tack box; Horse tub; Bale hooks; Goldenrod fence stretcher; Electric fence post & wire; 2”, ANNOUNCEMENTS: To obtain more information or make arrangements to view the property please call the selling agent at the listed 2 1/2” & 3” upset tubing; (Approx 20) Limestone posts 5ft to 6ft. phone numbers. All announcements the day of the sale take precedence over all previous printed material or advertising. Joe Biggs and MISCELLANEOUS: Metal traps; Water pump; Lamps; Metal Associates, Inc.. is the agent for the Seller in this transaction and does not represent the Buyer. All information is obtained from sources wardrobe; New York skyline mirror; Round white globe w/ fig- deemed to be reliable but are not guaranteed by the Seller or the Selling Agent. This sale is not subject to the Buyer obtaining financing. urines; Upholstery tools; school desk; Stuffed dolls; Knick knacks; All financial arrangements should be made prior to the sale. The Sellers and the Selling Agent are not responsible in case of accidents. Plastic pipe; Used lumber; Junk iron; Misc. pipe; Engine parts; Old pulleys. SELLER: Concessions will be served by the Ellsworth County Histori- AUCTIONEER’S REMARKS: This is an opportuni- Vernon Dean Ritter cal Society. ty to purchase a tract of land that is all tillable in one tract. Take advantage of good grain prices SELLING AGENT: and purchase this parcel of land. Remember land Joe Biggs & Associates, Inc. is still one of the most stable and safest invest- 1875 19th Road NE ments in today’s market. COME TO THE SALE— Waverly, Kansas 66871 WE APPRECIATE YOU BEING THERE. (785) 733-2893 Business, (620) 343-0670 Cell 188 North 281 Hwy. • Great Bend, KS 67530 www.joebiggsandassociates.com Office 620-792-3988; Eve 620-653-2686; Cell 620-786-1360
  • 7. Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008 Page 23ness, and you say, ‘If we proach Dennis Courtier nesses. Attractive commer- Yard & Garden Tipscan’t convince Starbucks to hopes to see more of in the cial bins are also available.include cherries, probably apple industry. Compost can be madedried, we’re going to miss The owner and chief ex- slowly or with some effort By Gregg Eyestone sped up. It just depends onout,"’ Manning said. “You ecutive of an orchard in the composter. To learnhave to be in the manufac- Minnesota, Courtier helped more about composting, youtured products, the bakery launch the Honeycrisp can stop by your local Ex-products, the yogurts or thecereals.” apple. Next year, a growers’ cooperative he founded will Making Compost tension office. A publica- tion on "Making and Using In better times, the Idaho introduce a new variety, Compost at Home" is avail-Potato Commission targeted SweeTango. It’s already Composting is pretty raw materials are dumped Newsprint, leaves, sawdust, able on the Web at www.chefs to get potatoes on started the marketing cam- easy. It is the one gardening as needed. There is no con- dead potted plants, card- oznet.ksu.edu.menus in fine restaurants. paign by sending the apples activity that our kids do on a cern with layers of browns board and acorns are a few Just like gardening, peo-Now, it emphasizes that a to food writers, produce routine basis. Even the and greens in any orderly items that have been added ple have their own tech- kindergartener helps. The manner. The pile dries out over the years. Sometimes niques of composting. In themedium potato costs less buyers and others who can kitchen fruit and vegetable between rains. Occasional- the fireplace ashes are end, it all decomposes andthan 25 cents to serve and influence public taste. scraps are dumped on to the ly, the pile will get turned. added. Another use of ashes is good for mixing in withprovides a host of nutrients. The goal, Courtier said, is pile regularly. A compost pile is neces- is to inhibit plant growth our Kansas soils. “We look at what’s hap- to persuade people to eat Compost is the end result sary for those on a septic such as under a fence. If you would like addi-pening in the marketplace more apples and fresh fruit of combining plant materi- system. We divert items Construction of a com- tional information on aand dovetail our programs to overall. But, he said, mar- als with the aid of micro- going down the garbage dis- post bin can vary range from horticulture topic, pleasefit the needs of the con- keters have to regularly give organisms into a product posal which fills up the sep- the elaborate to the simple. contact Gregg Eyestone atsumer,” president and chief people something new to try. much like soil. Only, it is tic tank. These products are We chose the simple by the Riley County office ofexecutive Frank Muir said. “Eventually, you have to better. Brown or dead fine for the septic system. It using some cement blocks K-State Research and Ex- The potato campaign also obsolete your own product plants are mixed with green just needs to be pumped out that we already had. The in- tension. Gregg may be con- or not completely dead sooner. side diameter is 5 feet by 5 tacted by calling (785) 537-pushes a brand — Idaho or someone else will,” he plants to be broken down Many items besides sal- feet by 4 feet tall. Wood pal- 6350 or stopping by 110potatoes — which most said. “How come there’s 47 into soil-like conditions. ad scrapes go into the lets make a good-size com- Courthouse Plaza in Man-agricultural marketing pro- new flavors of Doritos all the Our pile is a slow com- pile. Most recently was post pile. They are often hattan or e-mail: geyeston@grams don’t. But it’s an ap- time?” poster. That means that the the carved jack-o-lanterns. available for free from busi- ksu.edu. REAL ESTATE MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24 — 6:00 PM Manhattan Christian College Campus Center, 1427 Laramie MANHATTAN, KANSAS APPROXIMATELY 75 ACRES M/L POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY, KANSAS This tract is described as a tract in the NW 1/4 possibilities and farm income makes this a very 16-9-9 Pottawatomie County, Kansas. Located desirable farm. Buyer to pay 10% down day of 5 1/2 miles East of Manhattan, Kansas on High- Auction with balance due on or before Decem- way 24, North on Flush Road 5 miles to Antonís ber 22, 2008. Road then right one mile to Rockenham Road. STATEMENTS MADE DAY OF AUCTION Rockenham Road is along the West side of the TAKES PRECEDENCE OVER ANY OTHER property and Hanson Road on the North side of INFORMATION. For additional information the property.There are approximately 61 Acres contact Vern Gannon Auctioneer/Broker of bottom farmland and 15 Acres of grass, tim- 785-770-0066, 785-539-2316 or Gannon Real For complete listing and pictures after November 14 go to www.ksallink.com ber and creek. Great location, wildlife, building Estate and Auctions 785-537-9003. go to the Market place and click on auctions. Or call! NOTE: This farm was generously donated to Manhattan Christian College by the Wilson Family to be sold at Auction with proceeds going to the Jollisse Hall Fund! MANHATTAN CHRISTIAN COLLEGE GANNON REAL ESTATE AND AUCTIONS VERN GANNON, AUCTIONEER 785-539-2316 • MANHATTAN, KANSAS • www.gannonauctions.com REAL ESTATE SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23 — 12:00 NOON 709 Bertrand - MANHATTAN, KANSAS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20 — 6:00 PM REAL ESTATE SELLS APPROXIMATELY 1:30 PM 2452 Hobbs Drive - MANHATTAN, KANSAS Nice 2 bedroom home with large living room, equally between buyer and seller. dining room, eat-in kitchen, upstairs is a large 3 Bed Home, Attached Garage, Nice Lot, Private Back Yard, room finished in knotty pine with lots of stor- STATEMENTS MADE DAY OF AUCTION Many Updates, Great Location, Move-in Ready, 1562 SF m/l age. The home has a full unfinished basement TAKES PRECEDENCE OVER ANY OTHER and central air. There is a single detached INFORMATION. OPEN HOUSE ON REAL ES- garage on the property. Buyer to pay 10% TATE, November 18, 2008 from 4:30-6:00 PM down day of auction with balance due on or or by appointment by contacting Vern Gan- before December 19, 2008. All inspections in- non Auctioneer/Broker, 785-539-2316, 785- cluding lead base paint inspection to be com- 770-0066 or Gannon Real Estate and Auc- pleted prior to auction at buyer’s expense if re- tions, 785-537-9003. Nice home with many quested. Cost of title insurance to be divided possibilities with good location. Duncan Phyfe dining table, wringer washers and tubs; and frames; games; compote; chairs and matching china mantel clock; child’s chair; lots Jack-In-The-Box; George cabinet; 3 pc. maple bedroom of costume jewelry; jewelry Washington picture; records; suite; very good Magic Chef box; 2 Pipka’s; Occupied sewing table; goblets; gas range; antique GE refrig- Japan; banks; Cobalt blue; stemware; large Fenton Carni- erator, working; older chest hand painted plates; early Ro- val cat; Carnival glass; bed- This home has a large living room, family room, 3 due on or before December 16, 2008. Buyer deep freezer; oak dinette table seville; German nude flower ding; linen; sewing items; bedrooms, kitchen, bath, utility room and at- and chairs; several nice book- frog; Majolica; creamers and and Seller to divide Cost of Title Insurance Raggedy Ann and Andy dolls; tached garage. This home is on a nice lot with pri- cases; Oriental type room rug; sugars; 25 pcs. opalescent equally. All inspections including lead base many figurines and what-nots; 3 - 4 drawer chests; double and Hobnail glass; pink and vate backyard. Many updates, great location and paint inspection to be completed prior to wheelbarrow; garden hose; bed; ladder back rocker; single green Depression glass; Scot- move-in ready. Approximately 1562 square feet. Auction at Buyerís expense if requested. ladder; hand and garden bed; chest of drawers; wain- tie dog creamers; desk set; old OPEN HOUSE Friday, November 14, 2008 STATEMENTS MADE DAY OF AUCTION scot cabinet; console TV; 7 toys; cruets; Ruby Flash berry tools; what-not shelf; green from 4:30PM-6:00PM or by appointment by TAKES PRECEDENCE OVER ANY OTHER drawer McCall’s cabinets; bowl; old electric clocks; Hull; oatmeal dishes; cups; mugs; contacting Vern Gannon Auctioneer/Broker wheelchair; large wicker chair; toy Mayflower moving van; vases; kitchen utensils; pots; INFORMATION. 785-539-2316, 785-770-0066 or Gannon Real floor lamp; coffee table; fern McDonald’s items; old fans; pans; many more items boxed Estate and Auctions 785-537-9003. Buyer to NOTE: Very clean updated home with extras. stand; metal lawn chairs; 2 metal lion; old books; pictures for years. pay 10% down day of Auction with balance Great opportunity to buy a house at Auction. CHRISTABELLE FITZGERALD GANNON REAL ESTATE AND AUCTIONS VERN GANNON, AUCTIONEER GANNON REAL ESTATE AND AUCTIONS 785-539-2316 • MANHATTAN, KANSAS • www.gannonauctions.com VERN GANNON, AUCTIONEER 785-539-2316 • MANHATTAN, KANSAS • www.gannonauctions.com
  • 8. Page 24 Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008 BENNETT AUTOPLEX INC. 651 S. OHIO - SALINA, KS 2008 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 2500HD Duramax Diesel, Long Bed, 2008 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 1500 CHECK THIS OUT! 2004 CHEVROLET QUALITY TRUCKS • 2007 Chevy 2500HD Reg. Cab, 4x4, 17K Trl. Pkg., • 2007 Chevy 1500 2WD, Ext.800-569-5653 www.bennettautoplex.com 4x4 SILVERADO 2500HD Cab, 41K • 2005 Chevy 1500 4x4, LS, 66K • 2005 Chevy 1500 2WD, Ext. 3.9% Work Truck Pkg., • 2006 Chevy Silverado 4x4, white, 32K Long Bed, 2WD 8.1 Liter, Cab, 44K Allison Transmission, • 2005 Chevy 1500 Crew Cab, for 60 Months* • 2006 Chevy 2500HD 4x4, black, 44K 0% Financing or 0% Financing or Crew Cab, Long Bed, 2WD, 38K • 2006 Chevy Silverado 4x4, red, 35K $5,000 Cash Back* $3,000 Cash Back* 2WD, PW, PL, One Owner • 2004 Ford F150 Ext, 2WD, 42K on all GM Certified Used • 2006 GMC 3500HD, silver, 50K *0% financing with approved credit for 36 months. Rebates to dealer. Offer $11,500 subject to change at any time. See dealer for details. Offer ends 11-3-2008 SPECIAL • 2004 Chevy 2500HD white 4x4, 70K Silverado • 2005 GMC 3500HD, white, diesel, 9K • 2005 Chevy Silverado Crew, black, 41K BENNETT AUTOPLEX-MINNEAPOLIS or Sierra • 2005 Chevy 2500HD, red, diesel, 56K 107 NORTH SHERIDAN, MINNEAPOLIS, KS Chevrolet-Buick-Pontiac *Financing with approved credit. Offer ends 10-31-2008. 800-750-8282 www.bennettautoplex.com Farmers & Ranchers Livestock Commission Co., Inc. SALINA, KANSAS AUCTIONS EVERY MONDAY & THURSDAY SALE BARN PHONE: 785-825-0211 MONDAY — HOGS & CATTLE Selling Hogs & Cattle every Monday Hogs sell at 10:30 a.m. Cattle at 12:00 Noon. Selling calves and yearlings first, followed by Packer cows and bulls. & Stocker-Feeder Cattle every Thursday THURSDAY — CATTLE ONLY IN STOCK TODAY: Call 785-825-0211 Selling starts at 10:00 a.m. Consign your cattle as early as pos- • 1 - 6’8”x24’ Canvas Top Gooseneck Trailer sible so we can get them highly advertised. • 1 - 25’ Contractor Flatbed Trailer with — AUCTIONEERS — 5’ Self Clean Dovetail • 2 - 750 lb. Trip Hopper Feeders • 1 - 1,500 lb. Trip Hopper Feeder KYLE ELWOOD, GARREN WALROD & RUSTY TAYLOR 26 mix, Lebanon 285 @ 35.50 25 blk, Minneapolis 656 @ 103.25 Heavy Duty Round Bale Feeders 4 mix, Ellsworth 213 @ 35.50 8 blk, Lincoln 683 @ 102.10 1 wht, Beloit 315 @ 34.00 2 bkmx, Brookville 608 @ 102.00 SOWS 8 bkmx, Randolph 701 @ 102.00 On September 30th, 2008 ALL LIVESTOCK are REQUIRED to have a 6 wht, Clay Center 650 @ 40.00 7 blk, Ellsworth 706 @ 100.00 Country of Origin Affidavit. Farmers & Ranchers Livestock will have 1 wht, Carlton 555 @ 40.00 3 blk, Shawnee 815 @ 97.50 3 wht, Clay Center 590 @ 39.00 8 mix, Bennington 720 @ 94.00 these affidavits available for each and every producer to sign at the 1 wht, Clay Center 620 @ 38.00 6 mix, Ellsworth 702 @ 93.75 1 bksp, Sylvan Grove 515 @ 38.00 1 blk, Brookville 715 @ 90.50 unloading docks or in the office. If you have any questions, please call 2 wht, Clay Center 513 @ 38.00 1 rwf, Ellsworth 790 @ 85.00 FEEDER PIGS HEIFERS Farmers & Ranchers at 785-825-0211. 9 wht, Beloit 70 @ 21.50 4 blk, Brookville 339 @ 108.50 3 wht, Beloit 42 @ 13.00 7 red, Smolan 416 @ 107.00 Monthly Stock Cow and Breeding Bull Sale 7 mix, Brookville 44 @ 12.00 5 blk, Inman 9 red, Smolan 452 @ 105.50 449 @ 105.00 SPECIAL CALF SALE 11 blk, Ellinwood 457 @ 105.00 Tuesday, November 18th starting at 12 Noon 4 bkmx, Marquette STEERS 364 @ 125.00 3 blk, Lindsborg 1 blk, Galva 465 @ 104.00 390 @ 104.00 9 blk, Brookville 378 @ 124.00 41 blk, Ellsworth 583 @ 104.00 We are offering to producers the information to EID your stock. Registration 3 red, Smolan 370 @ 121.00 4 blk, Marquette 413 @ 103.00 1 blk, Inman 370 @ 119.00 10 blk, Ellsworth 505 @ 102.50 forms and tags are available at Farmers & Ranchers Livestock. 1 bwf, Brookville 360 @ 117.00 14 blk, Geneseo 513 @ 102.00 13 blk, Marquette 467 @ 116.50 7 blk, St. John 509 @ 100.75 6 mix, Geneseo 451 @ 116.50 16 blk, Lincoln 571 @ 99.00 Receipts for the week totaled 4,060 cattle and 199 hogs. Butcher hog top on Monday was 1 blk, Hedville 475 @ 116.00 15 bkmx, Galva 570 @ 97.60 $36.50. Upcoming events: Calf Sale Tuesday, November 11th. Cow Sale Tuesday, November 13 blk, Ellsworth 504 @ 115.50 9 blk, Marquette 508 @ 96.50 2 bkmx, Galva 453 @ 115.00 22 blk, Salina 573 @ 95.75 18th. No Sale Thursday, November 27th for Thanksgiving. 30 blk, Ellsworth 567 @ 115.00 12 blk, St. John 585 @ 95.00 5 blk, Marquette 551 @ 115.00 6 blk, Lindsborg 523 @ 95.00 STEERS 4 mix, Salina 506 @ 105.50 12 blk, Geneseo 502 @ 115.00 19 blk, Brookville 523 @ 95.00 300-400 lbs. $120.00-$128.00 2 blk, Gypsum 453 @ 105.50 3 blk, Lindsborg 505 @ 114.50 6 bkmx, Brookville 524 @ 94.75 400-500 lbs. $112.00-$120.00 5 blk, Brookville 403 @ 105.50 10 red, Smolan 454 @ 114.00 2 bwf, Minneapolis 503 @ 93.00 500-600 lbs. $108.00-$116.00 6 blk, Minneapolis 473 @ 105.00 2 blk, St. John 433 @ 113.50 3 blk, Lindsborg 588 @ 93.00 600-700 lbs. $100.00-$110.25 11 blk, Brookville 480 @ 103.50 1 bwf, Minneapolis 465 @ 113.00 7 blk, Lincoln 602 @ 92.50 700-800 lbs. $94.00-$105.00 1 mix, Abilene 445 @ 103.00 13 bkmx, St. John 550 @ 112.00 6 mix, Ellsworth 528 @ 89.00 800-900 lbs. $94.00-$103.35 16 blk, Brookville 517 @ 101.25 5 blk, Lindsborg 533 @ 112.00 5 blk, Ellsworth 604 @ 88.00 900-1,000 lbs. $93.00-$97.85 7 blk, Minneapolis 514 @ 100.00 21 mix, Geneseo 529 @ 112.00 5 blk, Minneapolis 639 @ 86.50 10 blk, Salina 563 @ 99.75 14 bkmx, Lindsborg 567 @ 111.00 3 bkmx, Brookville 655 @ 86.00 HEIFERS 16 blk, New Cambria 545 @ 99.25 60 blk, Ellsworth 625 @ 110.25 3 blk, Inman 703 @ 86.00 300-400 lbs. $100.00-$110.00 7 mix, Minneapolis 590 @ 99.25 15 bkmx, Galva 636 @ 108.25 1 blk, Shawnee 630 @ 86.00 400-500 lbs. $102.00-$112.00 3 blk, Burrton 503 @ 98.50 13 blk, St. John 617 @ 107.50 2 blk, St. John 685 @ 85.50 500-600 lbs. $95.00-$105.50 12 blk, Longford 605 @ 98.25 9 blk, Halstead 613 @ 107.00 3 blk, Shawnee 723 @ 85.50 600-700 lbs. $88.00-$98.25 13 blk, Longford 545 @ 97.50 5 blk, Salina 630 @ 105.25 4 bkmx, Brookville 644 @ 85.00 700-800 lbs. $84.00-$94.25 11 blk, Gypsum 680 @ 95.50 15 red, Smolan 666 @ 104.35 2 mix, Ellsworth 645 @ 83.50 800-900 lbs. $85.00-$92.00 5 mix, Salina 659 @ 95.25 15 blk, Glasco 669 @ 94.50 7 blk, Smolan STEERS 316 @ 128.00 5 blk, Galva 10 mix, Beverly 759 @ 94.25 704 @ 94.25 Early Consignments For November 11th Calf Sale 12 blk, Smolan 381 @ 126.50 4 blk, Beverly 646 @ 93.00 26 strs & hfrs, 500-550 lbs.; 15 blk strs & hfrs, 450-600 lbs.; 35 char/blk strs & hfrs, 450-750 1 bwf, Gypsum 385 @ 122.50 63 mix, Hope 772 @ 92.75 lbs.; 60 blk strs & hfrs, 500 lbs.; 53 char/angus strs & hfrs, 500-600 lbs.; 19 blk strs, 500-600 10 mix, Minneapolis 407 @ 120.00 6 mix, Longford 688 @ 92.50 lbs.; 20 strs & hfrs, 600-650 lbs.; 115 blk strs & hfrs, 500-650 lbs.; 25 strs & hfrs, 350-450 lbs.; 34 blk, Smolan 452 @ 119.00 9 blk, Salina 633 @ 92.00 98 red angus strs, 650 lbs.; 35 blk strs & hfrs, 500-600 lbs.; 80 blk strs & hfrs, 500-600 lbs.; 60 6 blk, Salina 470 @ 118.25 8 blk, Gypsum 854 @ 92.00 blk strs & hfrs, 500-600 lbs.; 100 blk strs & hfrs, 450-600 lbs. all natural; 140 char strs & hfrs, 1 blk, Concordia 425 @ 117.00 22 mix, Gypsum 758 @ 91.50 2 blk, Gypsum 458 @ 116.00 5 mix, Gypsum 884 @ 91.00 500-650 lbs. all natural; 30 blk strs & hfrs, 500-650 lbs. all natural; 60 strs & hfrs, 400-700 lbs.; 20 blk, New Cambria 525 @ 116.00 51 mix, Hope 844 @ 90.00 85 blk strs, 550-700 lbs.; 50 blk strs & hfrs, 400-600 lbs.; 30 blk/bwf strs & hfrs, 600-650 lbs.; 11 mix, Concordia 488 @ 115.00 HOLSTEINS 130 blk strs & hfrs, 500-700 lbs.; 60 strs & hfrs, 450-600 lbs.; 95 bwf strs & hfrs, 550-650 lbs.; 9 blk, Salina 533 @ 114.50 4 hols, Assaria 670 @ 64.50 150 char/angus strs & hfrs, 500-600 lbs.; 135 strs & hfrs, 450-600 lbs.; 115 strs & hfrs, 500-650 13 blk, Smolan 534 @ 114.00 7 hols, Salina 661 @ 61.00 lbs.; 62 strs & hfrs, 500-650 lbs.; 40 strs & hfrs, 500-650 lbs.; 85 blk/bwf strs & hfrs, 600-650 12 mix, Minneapolis 507 @ 114.00 3 hols, Assaria 573 @ 61.00 lbs.; 200 blk/bwf/char strs & hfrs, 600-700 lbs.; 40 blk/bwf strs & hfrs, 500-600 lbs.; 30 strs & 22 blk, Tescott 561 @ 113.50 BABY CALVES hfrs, 450-650 lbs.; 80 blk/bwf strs, 450-650 lbs.; 85 blk strs & hfrs, 550-650 lbs.; 60 blk strs & 10 blk, Longford 502 @ 113.00 1 blk, New Cambria 210 @ 275.00 18 blk, Tescott 511 @ 110.50 1 blk, Randolph 185 @ 250.00 hfrs, 550-650 lbs.; 40 strs & hfrs, 550-650 lbs.; 35 strs & hfrs, 550-600 lbs.; 75 blk strs & hfrs, 22 mix, Concordia 539 @ 108.00 1 bwf, Salina 140 @ 240.00 550-650 lbs. Plus many more by sale time. 9 blk, Gypsum 757 @ 105.00 1 red, Durham 95 @ 240.00 49 blk, Minneapolis 734 @ 104.50 1 blk, Tescott 145 @ 200.00 26 mix, New Cambria 12 blk, Longford 648 @ 104.10 602 @ 103.75 1 blk, Geneseo 2 hol, Carlton 140 @ 200.00 93 @ 75.00 Early Consignments for Thursday, November 13 61 blk, Carlton 877 @ 103.35 BUTCHER COWS 18 strs & hfrs, 600-800 lbs.; 40 blk/bwf strs & hfrs, 650-850 lbs.; 80 blk strs & hfrs, 400-600 lbs.; 3 mix, Burrton 603 @ 103.00 1 blk, Lindsborg 1490 @ 48.50 130 strs, 775-825 lbs.; 62 blk strs, 850-875 lbs. Plus many more by sale time. 13 blk, Brookville 658 @ 102.75 1 bwf, New Cambria 1485 @ 48.00 8 blk, Tescott 627 @ 102.50 1 char, Salina 1920 @ 47.00 4 blk, McPherson 5 blk, Minneapolis 841 @ 102.00 862 @ 101.50 1 bwf, Beloit 1 red, Brookville 1565 1465 @ @ 46.50 46.50 SPECIAL COW SALE • TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18 12 mix, Gypsum 845 @ 99.50 1 rdmx, Brookville 1547 @ 46.25 FEATURING THE STRAND RANCH - 18 SIMM/ANGUS COWS - COMPLETE 7 blk, Gypsum 838 @ 99.25 BUTCHER BULLS 59 mix, Gypsum 884 @ 98.85 1 red, Assaria 2090 @ 69.50 DISPERSAL: 20 - 1st calf bred Trinity Farms & Sitz Angus; 19 - 2nd calf, 63 mix, Hope 792 @ 97.85 1 blk, Oak Hill 1905 @ 68.00 start calving 1-1-09 for 65 days; 48 - 3 yr. olds, this has been a closed herd 60 mix, White City 925 @ 97.85 1 wf, Gypsum 1860 @ 68.00 63 mix, Abilene 901 @ 97.50 1 red, Assaria 2065 @ 67.75 for 35 years; 78 - 4 yr. olds; 17 - 5 yr. olds. 10 mix, Marquette 856 @ 97.00 1 char, Bennington 2375 @ 67.00 8 blk, McPherson 914 @ 97.00 1 blkh, Assaria 1620 @ 66.50 HUNT RANCH - COMPLETE DISPERSAL: 170 purebred Angus cows, 3-5 59 mix, Wilsey 945 @ 95.00 1 blk, Gypsum 1795 @ 65.25 yrs. old. Bred to Blk Lim. Flex Bulls. Start calving 2-2-09 for 75 days. HEIFERS HOGS 23 mix, Smolan 439 @ 112.00 RECEIPTS THIS WEEK: 199 Also Approximately 300 bred heifers. Fancy blacks, many home raised. 19 blk, Smolan 335 @ 110.00 BUTCHER HOGS 21 blk, Smolan 475 @ 109.00 13 mix, Lorraine 270 @ 36.50 1 rwf, Abilene 335 @ 109.00 6 mix, Canton 257 @ 36.25 600 head of additional stock cows and pairs including many young spring 3 blk, Hutchinson 360 @ 107.00 5 wht, Miltonvale 263 @ 36.10 calvers and many running age stock cows. For Information or estimates, contact: Mike Samples, Sale Mgr., Cell Phone 785-826-7884 Kyle Elwood, Asst. Sale Mgr., Home Phone 785-825-1598, Cell Phone 785-493-2901 Jim Crowther Don Long Ron Bearnes Kenny Briscoe Kevin Henke 785-254-7385 785-531-0606 785-283-4757 785-524-4048 H: 785-732-6434, C: 785-565-3525 Roxbury, KS Ellsworth, KS Tescott, KS Lincoln, KS Agenda, KS 1150 KSAL, Salina 6:45 AM –MON.FRI Check our listings each week on our Cattle Sale Broadcast Live on www.cattleusa.com 880 KRVN 8:40 AM – WED.-THURS. website at 550AM KFRM - 8:00 am, Wed.-Thurs. www.farmersandrancherslivestock.com
  • 9. Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008 Page 25 CLASSIFIEDS CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE IS NOON SATURDAY RATES AND DISCOUNTS CLASSIFICATIONS CATTLE GOAT Although complete name, address and phone number need not appear in FIGURE YOUR COST HERE: your ad, we must have this information for our records. SWINE SHEEP RATE: 50¢ a word. Name: __________________________ Phone #: _________________ HORSES POULTRY Number of words: __________ @ 50¢ each FERTILIZER TRAILERS ✍ Address: ________________City: __________ State: ___ Zip: ______ Cost for one week: _________ FEED & SEED MACHINERY Multiply one-week cost times number of weeks you want ad to run. AUTOMOTIVE EMPLOYMENT Run ad ___________ consecutive weeks. 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Four Ways To Place Your Ad CALL: 877-537-3816 TOLL-FREE OR 785-539-7558 MAIL TO: AG PRESS, Box 1009, Manhattan, Kansas 66505 FAX: 785-539-2679 ONLINE: www.grassandgrain.com CATTLE CATTLE CATTLE CATTLE CATTLE CATTLEHERD DISPERSAL 30 cow/calf 30 HEAD of home raised pure ANGUS BULLS 18 Mo. & older.pairs, calves 600 pounds, cows REGISTERED bred black Angus heifers, start LBW Ultrasound and EPD data. WANTED rbred to Simmental and Angus ANGUS BULLS calving February 1st. 785-820- Call Dennis Tjaden, Marysville HOLSTEINbull, 2 bales of hay goes with 0884. at 785-562-6677. Springer Heifers,each pair, $1500/ pair. 785-456- WALNUT GROVE ANGUS Bred Heifers7898. GRAHAM SCHOOL M Marion, Kansas or Yearlings Graham School for livestock4 BWF fall calved 2 year old 620-382-2161 men and women. We special- Also For Sale Olsburg, Kansasfemales with Blk and BWF ize in teaching pregnancy All Classes ofcalves. Excellent commercial Registered-Performance HEREFORD BULLS 2 year check, artificial insemination, Dairy Cattle Tested Angusor recipient females. olds and yearlings. 4-H and FFA herd health, calf delivery and FRANK MACKEY A Kevin Jensen heifer calf prospects, excellent many other subjects. Courtland, KS EPD’s, will deliver. Davis Here- UPCOMING SCHOOL DATES 8 ANGUS BULLS AND SONS fords. Maple Hill. 785-256-4643. OCTOBER 13-17 For Sale by Private Treaty 785-243-6397 or NOVEMBER 10-14 913-782-0064 Featuring Sons of: Rito 6I6 of 785-374-4372 CLUB CALVES for sale. Phil DECEMBER 8-12 4B20 6807 and Ironwood New Cell: 816-589-5234 Private Treaty Group of Robinson. 785-456-3952. Wa- For more information, 18-month-old to Level. mego, KS. call or write: 2-year old Angus Bulls Performance Tested; Fertility Some Heifer Bulls Black Tested; Fully Guaranteed; • High Quality Group • ANGUS BULLS Free Delivery in Kansas & Ne- braska. of Heifer Calves A $1,750-$4,000 Ultrasound data, complete Volume Discounts EPDs, BVD-PI SUNNYSIDE HEREFORDS Annual Female tested negative. Dept. GG, Graham School www.WolfCreekAngus.com FOR SALE Sale • Priced for the Commercial CRAIG & AMY GOOD Cattleman 641 West Hwy. 31 LURAY, KANSAS Two and Three Year OldNovember 23, 2008 - 1:00 PM 785-468-3613 At the Ranch • Yearlings & 2 yr. olds with Garnett, KS 66032 785-698-2225 Heifers w/calves at side goodfarms@twinvalley.net Enterprise, KS calving ease & growth 785-448-3119 Bulls Available Layton McKinney • Excellent Selection with Vol- ANGUS FALL BULLS 785-468-3602Jason and Brooke Woodworth, www.grahamschool.com Margaret Sheriff ume Discounts 70 head to Select From Joel Harrison • Free Feed with care & deliv- Alta Vista, KS Plus 3 coming Enterprise, KS. ery Naturally Sired 2-year old Bulls 785-499-5353 Polled Hereford 785-479- 2188 home 785-479-7496 Joel Cell • Performance Data Available Black Angus This is a stout set of artifi- sheriff.margaret@gmail.com Bullse-mail jwoodworth@tctelco.net Huninghake Angus BULLS cially sired bulls. Top-quality bulls with balanced website EPDs. Calving ease a priority www.hedgewoodprairie.com FRANKFORT, KS Leo Huninghake Semen checked, ready to go IRVINE RANCH and good disposition a must. Thank you to all Six service-age bulls and 2 fall 785-292-4537 Nelson Angus buyers and bidders for yearlings. Weights and ultra- Cell: 785-556-2648 SIMMENTAL Raymond & Alan Nelson making the “40 Years sound data available. Com- Riley, KS of Simmental” sale BULLS 10 BIG black Angus Simmental mercial bred heifers, show 785-485-2378 & 785-485-2896 a success. cross heifers, start calving Feb- steers and heifers also availa- FOR SALE Alan’s Cell: 785-770-7054 ruary 13. Call 620-341-7677. BLUESTEM ble. Two 20-month old, and one yearling SIMMENTAL BULLS Angus Purebred Angus Steer Calves. Homozygous black, AI sired Registered, by proven AI sires Jim Gammell Preconditioned on Brome Pas- Fall & Spring - Black & Red Lindsborg, KS ture. Processed and Weaned in Polled, good EPDs, - Ultrasound data available Cell: 785-227-5544 July. UTD on worming and vac- out of great cows Home: 785-227-2330 cinations. Sired by Mountain Will hold until breeding time. Fertility and PI-BVD tested Meadows bull and Future Direc- Masculine, ready to FOR SALE: 40 big black An- tion (AI). Call 785-256-6125. IRVINE s start breeding gus first calf heifers, with fancy Dave Stump black Angus calves by side, ANGUS BULL For Sale 4-H 785-776-7315 gentle. Seneca, KS. 785-799- 7482. family with 18 month old regis- RANCH Blue Rapids, KS (785) 363-7410 Manhattan, KS - evenings tered bull. Manhattan area. Call FANCY Halter broke Angus 587-8740. (785) 313-SIRE (785) 556-012420 HEREFORD bred heifers, john@irvineranchgenetics.com Rodney & Kim Hofmann heifers for sale by New Frontier Visit us atbred to LBW Hereford and An- 10 FALL calving heifers and Clay Center, Kansas 1961 and others. Mission Valley SpringhillHerefords.comgus bulls, OCV’d, pelvic meas- cows oldest 5, all with calves by LET THE CLASSIFIEDS Ranch. 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  • 10. Page 26 Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008 CATTLE CATTLE HORSES FEED & SEED GRASS & GRAIN DIRECTORY CLUB CALVES for sale sired B by Sunseeker Simmental Angus HORSE SALE Cattle & Hog Feed dams, very gentle, good hair, AUCTIONEERS SATURDAY WHEAT MIDDLINGS HOOVER excellent quality. 785-448-6465. NOVEMBER 15 Pelletized, crude protein not less than 14.5%. Call for pric- TARP SALES HEREFORD BULLS Fairbury ing. E High Quality Angus, Livestock Co. WESTERN STAR MILL Red Angus and Charolais Division of ADM - Salina, KS Tack Sells at 12:30 PM Bulls in Quantity! 1-800-649-1541 (Kansas) Horses Sell at 1:30 PM • For years we’ve had re- For Information or to consign: ROUND BALES Brome, $70/ Abilene, KS quests for aged bulls in the fall Good bulls with balanced Contact: ton. 785-366-6842. – they’re here and you won’t EPD’s, practical development, 402-729-3341 - BARN Toll Free 1-800-536-2348 be disappointed. 2008 SQUARE Brome, wire “DON’T GO TARPLESS” STEVE MURRAY good disposition & eye appeal. LARRY JUNKER • Also, an extremely nice set of tired; big round, net wrapped • Shur-Lok, Shur-Lok Jr. Broker/Auctioneer 402-729-2393 - HOME Brome and Prairie. Topeka Fall Yearling Bulls that have & others MURRAY been developed on grass. All Oleen Cattle Co. area. 785-379-5317. www.hoovertarpsales.com Falun, KS Halflinger Team. Well matched hts@access-one.com AUCTION & REALTY three breeds available. geldings, broke to drive, nice Rye Real Estate - Farm - Household • All scanned by ultrasound, GLENN CHUCK size, 7 and 8 years old. 785- BELOW FACTORY 785-556-4354 fertility tested and guaranteed. 785-668-2368 785-668-2454 524-3419, 785-658-5608 ask for Trical Brand DIRECT PRICES • EPD Balance and High Qual- Bob, or email: rdberthelson@ Triticale FAX 785-598-2282 smurray@fhrd.net ity FOR SALE nckcn.com. Delivery available. • Your Private Treaty Head- 11 Yearling Angus Spring Creek quarters. No Pressure, No Pol- Open Fall Heifers GOAT CUSTOM itics. All cattle are sold by pri- Ag Products, Inc. New Haven Angus BOER BUCKS for sale. Great 800-432-5672 HARDWOODS vate treaty. Come visit us and Blood Lines look great and CUSTOM SAWING & DRYING together, we’ll invest the time 913-351-1813 shown in 2008 County Fair. 140 ROUND bales net wrap- necessary to identify the right newfamily@ Grand Champion Buck and 3rd AVAILABLE. bull(s) that best fit your pro- ped Prairie hay. Powhattan, KS. ** 9 different species of To locate a member auctioneer newhavenangus.com Blue. $150 each. 785-275-1180. 785-288-0170. gram and help you gain a kiln-dried lumber. ** or an auction near you, competitive edge. 18757 Jamison Road 2 Registered Bottle fed Baby HARDWOOD FLOORING & www.kansasauctioneers.com • Short on Time – We have ex- Leavenworth, Ks. Nigerian Dwarf Buck Goats for 500 Bales of 2008 CUSTOM-MADE TRIM. or contact us toll-free at Sale Born Oct. 10, 2008. Har- Brome and Prairie Grass tensive experience with sight Laying & finishing flooring available. 1-866-917-7780 unseen purchases. Satisfac- SWINE veyville, KS. 785-589-2765. Hay, 6’x5’ Bales BURDICK, KANSAS tion guaranteed. SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION SHEEP 785-983-4355 Your Partner in SPF SWINE NOV. 8, 2008 50 REGISTERED Suffolk ewes Near Fredonia, KS Progress. SEED STOCK bred, ewes lambs to 3 years old. Call Larry Marshall Auctions CARY’S We look forward to the op- • Boars- Duroc, DurocxPie- portunity to EARN your train, York, Landrace, 785-924-3397. 620-378-4356 TREE SHEARING business. HampxLandrace 120 SOLID mouth white face Custom Pasture Shearing ROUND BALES of brome and • Whiteline gilts in volume. ewes, start lambing Nov. 20th. Skid Loader Work HARMS Call 785-525-6116. brome clover mixed, net wrap- •PRRs negative, high health. ped, $60/ bale, delivery availa- 785-632-3612 PLAINVIEW POULTRY ble. Leavenworth area. 913-651- 3 Leave Message RANCH 4005. Mark & Kim Harms BOB WHITE Quail for sale. APPROX. 175 prairie and Call Jim 785-545-5747 or Bob GANNON REAL ESTATE 2528 250th Street 785-545-3638. brome big round bales, put up D. ROCHE Lincolnville, KS 66858 & AUCTIONS Email: hprbulls@tctelco.net dry, no rain, southern Nebraska, FENCING VERN GANNON, CAI LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT $50/ bale. 402-297-8750. www.HARMSRANCH.com INC. Broker/Auctioneer Roth Farms CHOICE HAY put up dry small Manhattan, Kansas 66502 620-924-5544 Green, KS. TRACTOR TIRE feedbunks for squares Alfalfa, Brome, and QUALITY BUILT FENCES 785-539-2316 sale. Contact Corey @ 800-295- 785-944-3329 Prairie hay; 4x6 round bales DON ROCHE 3345. 785-537-9003 785-632-1951 - Ron Roth Cell Brome and Prairie hay. 785- 785-292-4271 www.gannonauctions.com The Experienced Sound In Selling TRACTOR TIRE feed bunks, 765-3759. 785-632-7155 all sizes, can deliver; Wanted: FRANKFORT, KS 20% PROTEIN cubes for $240 Herdsman, Matt Sullivan cell seasoned fire wood. 620-664- SENECA, KS a ton or 12% protein cubes for 7634. $210 a ton. Overstock- or best FOR SALE Boars HOLD ‘EM Fence Company- offer. Call Brock Baker, 800- Yearlings Duroc & Chester barbed wire, welded continuous 344-2144. Stainless Steel 18 mos. & 2 yr. old Duroc & Hamp Cross Serviceable Age fence, pipe, custom tubs, gates, alleyways. Cell 785-313-4552, CRP MIXES Outdoor ANGUS BULLS On Farm Test Information home 785-499-5454. Quotes for Winter Private Treaty Furnace and Spring planting AI Sires Open Gilts Free Shipping BVD - PI Negative DUROC & CHESTER Feyh Farm Co., Alma, KS Sales & Service By YORK-CHESTER CROSS Maka’ni Acres, Inc. David J. & Doris, 866-765-3415 Dustin & Daren Ronnebaum SLEICHTER 785-765-4681 Fax Bill & Jan Neilson DUROC FARM Leonardville, Kansas 785-336-2830 ABILENE, KS Luco Mfg. Co. 785-263-1898 785-263-1908 Hydraulic Chutes • Working PASTURE PHONES: Circles • Cake Feeders Cell: 785-293-2046 Bull & Female Sale • Continuous Fencing TREE SAWING & pasture Home: 785-293-5723 SAT., MARCH 14 SWINE • Panels & Gates spraying. 620-273-8561. 620- 341-0273. 620-344-1580. 2009 EQUIPMENT See us at www.lucoinc.com Buildings — Ventilation or call toll free PASTURE NEEDED for 2009 e 1-888-816-6707 grazing season and beyond in CATTLE CATTLE Flooring — Feeders North Central and North East Waterers — Heaters Box 385 Strong City, Kansas 66869 Kansas. Call 785-541-1092. Crates — Nursery Equip. COW CAMP K&N BEARCAT GRINDER mixer hy- AUTOMOTIVE RANCH Swine Systems draulic controls, 125 bushel, al- ways shedded, nice, asking 1974 GMC 6000, 44K, 5+2, 18ft steel bed. 785-293-5743. **************** MILL BRAE RICK HENRY 785-336-2130 $3,000. 785-263-5184. PRIVATE RANCH SENECA, KANSAS 88 FORD F350 1 ton dually TREATY SALE FEED & SEED diesel, 4 spd, 4 WD, cab and Mark Nikkel, Managing Partner Chassis. 620-496-7253. Purebred Maple Hill, Kansas SPOTTED BOARS heavy mus- Starts October 15th 785-256-4327 cled and ready to go. 785-389- NATIVE GRASSES Simmental Bulls 8001. 785-282-0396. Red & Black **************** millbraeranch.com AND FORBS 70 Simmental & Angus Bulls REGISTERED BERKSHIRE All types of seeds are Angus Bulls AI Sired Yearlings REGISTERED ANGUS bull 30 boar, 1 1/2 years old. 785-331- available. and 20-month-old bulls months old, used successfully 5057. Telephone us for a Angus-Simmental Several New Kodiac 100 Commercial Black with heifers, $1300. 620-947- quote today! b 70 Series F1 Bulls SimmAngus Bred Heifers 3258. Hillsboro. Cab-Chassis In Stock Yearlings to 2-year olds 50 Registered Black Gas and Diesel Simmental & SimmAngus POLLED HEREFORD 2007 Chevy Uplander.$13,975 30 To Select From Bred Heifers BULLS 2007 Chevy Avalanche LTZ .... Fully Guaranteed AI Bred, 45-Day Breeding TOP QUALITY HAMP BOARS ................................$32,950 Buy now & we will help until Season on all Heifers Calving Ease Available Year Around 2007 Dodge Dakota....$16,900 you need them 30 Young Black Simmental * Performance 2007 Chevy Avalanche............ and SimmAngus cows GALEN & ROBERTA HARMS Star Seed Inc. ................................$19,950 20 Years Performance Testing Whitewater, KS 316-799-2382 OSBORNE, KANSAS AI Bred to top Simmental Sires 2005 Chevy 1/2 ton, V-8.......... Make Great Club Calf 800-782-7311 ................................$14,950 Producers! FLORY POLLED HORSES 2003 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon .. SMALL SQUARE bales of ................................$14,995 HEREFORDS 40 Open Yearling COW CAMP RANCH *HORSE SALE* straw, $2.75/ each. Eskridge. 2003 Ford 3/4 ton 4WD ........... ................................$18,975 Heifers 785-983-4487 785-865-3444 785-449-2153. Every Monday Night NEW CROP Prairie Hay, good 2002 Chevy 1500, V-8..$7,500 Purebred Simmental & mcbrunner@cowcampbeef.com 80 BLK-BWF coming w/ 2nd 1999 Chevy Tahoe .......$8,450 6:30 p.m. with Tack quality, poly twine tied small F1 Angus-Simmental Cross calf in Feb/ March, excellent set 2 - 1999 Chevy C-70 single Buyers for all type horses! square bales. 785-263-3405 be- REGISTERED of heifers, from top Angus ge- axle tractors, Cat power, like Bulls & Heifers Sired by All consignors welcome. fore 9pm. Invasion, Raymond, Triple C SIMMENTAL BULLS netics. Bred back to GAR bulls. new, extra clean ......$19,950 F Badger & STF Breaker 14 months to 2 years-old Only selling due to health. 15 ROUND bales of wheat 1996 Chevy 1/2 ton ......$4,500 Black, Black/white $1,350. 785-817-3252. straw, net wrapped, $15/ bale. 1994 Freightliner tandem axle Mike Beltz day cab tractor, air ride, Box 81, Ramona, KS Semen Checked 785-363-7581. Blue Rapids. FOR SALE Cummins power ......$12,500 Easy Calving 785-965-2275 Campbell’s Sale Barn BROME SEED cut in 2008 1974 GMC twin screw day cab Sires: Joker, Shamrock, Polled Herefords nice, 93% germ, .75/ pound. 1973 GMC 6500 cab, chasis ... 785-366-0039 Vision Fall Yr Replacement Heifers Located 7-1/2 miles West of 620-344-2114. 620-344-2115. ..................................$3,995 calfpro@tctelco.net SHILOH SIMMENTALS Bonner Springs on 32 Hwy. Ready to breed. BIG ROUND bales of Brome, Salina, KS Show Steers and Heifers 913-723-3661 913-724-1403 Prairie, Alfalfa, and mix grasses. MELTON MOTOR CO.REGISTERED 2 1/2 year old 785-823-6781 Priced from $30- $120 ton de- OUR 64TH YEARred Shorthorn bull, good for Cell: 785-826-0341 Don Riffel Family LET THE CLASSIFIEDS pending on quantity and quality IN BELLEVILLE, KScross breeding. 785-293-5824, 785-479-5877 or 479-5963 WORK FOR YOU and mixture of hay. 785-535- 785-527-2201Leonardville. PLACE YOUR AD TODAY GRASS & GRAIN Breeding Quality since 1918 9200, 785-256-3280. Open Saturdays 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • 11. Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008 Page 27 AUTOMOTIVE AUTOMOTIVE AUTOMOTIVE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE TRAILERS LAND FOR sale 322 acres COURTNEY’S ATV’S 2007 Dodge quad cab LAND FOR SALE Morris-Lyon Wabaunsee County New ‘07 Can AM 400XT, 4x4, 2006 Ford ext. 4x4 USED TRUCKS winch, auto grille guard.......... 2006 Hyundai Santa Fe 4000+ ACRE RANCH line, house, hay barn and other FEED TRUCKS ....................................$5,999 2005 Chevy Suburban 4x4 This ranch if offered with pos- out buildings. For more informa- NEW STOCK & HORSE‘02 Ford F250 4x4 power New ‘07 Can AM 500XT, EFI, 2005 Dodge Caravan sible terms to qualified buyer. tion call 620-767-2807. Flinthills- TRAILERS stroke diesel auto ......$8,750 4x4, winch, auto grille guard .. 2004 Chevy Colorado 4x4 You could call this ranch blue- farm.homestead.com. FLATBEDS2001 Ford F350 SD 4x4, pow- ....................................$6,999 2003 Dodge Durango stem heaven, adequate fen- ces, good water and contigu- TRAILERS BH UTILITY & SKID LOADER er diesel, auto, SRW, new New ‘07 Arctic Cat 650, 4x4 2003 Chyrsler Town & Country HB200 Hydrabed, new rub- auto.............................$5,799 2002 Chevy S10 ous acres. Located SW of Se- NEW TITAN (ALUMINUM) ber ...........................$19,750 TRUCKS 2002 Ford Escape dan, KS. CARGO TRAILERS SUMNER COUNTY, KS Pro-Trak2000 Ford F350 4x4 power- ‘93 Ford 3/4 ton, 7.3 diesel, 2002 Ford Explorer NEW WILSON ALUMINUM stroke diesel, 6 spd., duals auto 2001 Dodge Dakota crew Wheat Capital of the World STOCK TRAILERS with DewEze bale bed #482, EX-CABS 2001 Chevy 3/4 ton 4x4, ext. A square section, 640 acres of OK CORRAL 24’ 91K ..........................$16,950 ‘01 Dodge Ram dually, Cum- 2001 Dodge 4x4 highly productive soil Grow‘99 Ford F350 4x4, power- mins, auto 2001 Kodiak cab & chassis wheat, milo, beans it doesn’t Montana Silversmiths stroke diesel, 6 sp., SRW, ‘94 Chevy ex. cab long, diesel, 2000 Suburban 3/4 4x4 get any better than this. Hedke Ag Co. Jewelry & Statues with HB 200 Hydrabed ......... auto 2000 Chevy ext. cab 4x4 3021 Acre Ranch NEW FLATBEDS IN STOCK We Install Brake Controllers ................................$17,500 CREW CABS 2000 Dodge Ram ext. dsl. Located 15 minutes South- 25’ 7K - 25’ 10K - 32’ 10K USED TRAILERS‘99 Ford F350 4x4 V-10, 5 sp., ‘01 Ford F150 supercrew, 5.4 1998 Holiday Rambler 34’ mo- West of Medicine Lodge, KS. STOCK TRAILERS 16’ BH Gated Utility......$1,500 duals, with HB 350 Hydrabed auto, 67K tor home This ranch is well-watered with 20’ - 22’ - 24’ - Plus 20’ Travalong GN Stock, ‘93 ... and third spool, 129K ........... ‘02 Ford F150 supercrew, 5.4 1995 Chevy dsl. dually 12+ ponds and has good to ..................................$3,750 ................................$16,500 auto, 4x4, FX4 pkg. See us for all your B. C. Motors adequate fencing. This proper- Ag chemical needs! 28’ Titan GN LQ horse, ‘04 .....‘97 Ford F350 4x4 460, auto SUVS ty is multi-use, livestock-friend- ................................$25,000 SRW, HB 200 hydrabed, ‘01 Ford Excursion Limited, 902 E. Trapp ly as well as fishing and hunt- DUNNING LIVESTOCK FEED 20’ Titan GN tilt deck, ‘05 ........ 95K ............................$9,750 diesel, auto 4x4, leather Herington, KS 67449 ing. It has a custom built 2,800 See us for your tubs ..................................$4,200‘97 Ford F250, auto......$2,750 SALINA POWERSPORTS 785-258-2818 sq. ft. hunting lodge located on and cubes 20’ Titan GN stock, ‘00.$5,600‘93 Ford F350 4x4, 5 sp. diesel the property and offers excep- ARCHER OIL PRODUCTS 14’ Titan BH dump bed, ‘07 .... with Hydra bed ..........$4,950 785-826-6771 Cell tional privacy and recreational ..................................$6,100‘07 Dodge Ram 2500 4x4, 6 REAL ESTATE value. 411 East Main Waterville, KS 66548 Call today! sp. Cummins diesel, new HB — GMC Trucks 3J RANCH-ABILENE CALL FOR A PRIVATE 877-505-2777 • 785-363-2777 We still have a few New 200 hydrabed, 17K ..$27,500 SHOWING‘99 Dodge Ram 2500, 4x4, — Pontiac 240 acres +/- training and MICHAEL BECKERMAN Titan Trailers at ‘08 Prices! V10, 5 sp. ..................$8,750 — Buick breeding facility with 32 stalls Cimarron • Featherlite‘98 Dodge Ram 2500 4x4, au- and breeding lab. 160’x160’ 316-722-9393 Travalong • Doolittle We now sell: to, Cummins diesel....$8,750 In Now arena, 90’x155’ arena, Realty Executives of Wichita Dustacator & Bull Master 2008 GMC Envoy SLT, 10K Stock/Horse Trailers Feeders‘92 Dodge Ram 250 4x4 5 sp, 160x360 roping arena with re- 2008 GMC Acadia, 12K 320 ACRES South of Green, Car Haulers/Flatbed Trailers Cummins diesel with HB 200 turn alley. All 3 arenas are new Call Us for 2007 Chevy HHR LT Kansas, 130 acres cropland, Dump Trailer/Utility Trailers hydrabed ...................$9,750 with V mesh and pipe. 140’ ce- Drop’N’Lock GN HitchDew Eze bale bed #380 .......... 2007 Chevy Uplander dar stake round pen, 40’ cov- well, 3 ponds, balance in grass Dealer Nearest You ..................................$3,250 2006 Hummer H-3 ered round pen. 60’x80’ hay and creek bottom. Big deer, lotsNew Triple C Pro spear beds 2006 Jeep Liberty Renegade shed. 3 bed, 2 bath home with of turkey and other game. 785- Blue Valley Trailers in stock 2005 Saturn VUE finished walkout bsmt. 2 mo- 226-3821. 2002 Ford Explorer, 2WD 225 South East St. bile homes. Property may be Waterville, Kansas 66548 Authorized 2002 GMC ext. cab, fully divided.......................$645,000 FOR RENT Vermeer Dealer equipped, Tonoua cover CLAY-DICKINSON CO. LINE OAKHILL ESTATES 785-363-2224 2002 Chevy ext. cab 4 door, East of Industry. 160 acres +/- 1-866-368-4826 DEALER FOR HYDRA BED SUPER CENTER work truck Approx. 80 acres of native BALE HANDLERS & 2000 Toyota Tacoma ext. cab, pasture w/ large pond & creek. LUXURY I-70 at Exit 281 Renegade Grill Guards Abilene, KS 67410 TRAVALONG & EZ HAUL 6 miles Northeast of 4WD 80 acres in CRP. Lot of wildlife 2 BDRM APTS. 1-800-658-4667 1994 Chevy Suburban .................................$176,000. Private Balconies and Patios New & Used Trailers on Hand McLouth, KS OPEN 7 DAYS! 16’, 18’, 20’, 25’, 32’ flatbeds 80 acres +/- of native pasture. on Highway 92 BUXMAN MOTORS Good pond, some timber. Lots Woodburning Fireplace 16’, 20’, 22’, 24’ Stock 913-796-6198 PONTIAC-BUICK-GMC of wildlife. ...................$80,000 Ceiling Fans Aluminum stock 20’ & 24’ www.buxman.com RILEY COUNTY Gas Heat/AC Skid steer and cargo trailersPARTING OUT 1990- 2001 Int. 800-794-3707 15 miles N. of Manhattan, KS. Exclusive area in Wamego Dolmar chain saws4700 trucks; 73- up Chevy and 1200 Washington Road Completely redecorated 3Ford 2 ton body parts; engines NEWTON, KANSAS bed., 3 bath home with full 1-888-537-9064 VISSER RADIATORtrans., rear axles; tires and walkout bsmt. 40 acres, wood- Your Local Dealer for: SERVICEwheels. 785-793-2410. 785-554- 1985 FORD L-700 8.2 Detroit ed ravines and pasture. Over- 18990 Lincoln Rd., Onaga, Herington, KS4435. Turbo V-8 5x2 speed. 785-243- looks Tuttle Creek Lake and Travalong Trailers, Circle D 785-258-2800 KS. 3BR, 3BA home on 80A 5223. Flint Hills. 3 outbldgs.$349,000 Trailers, Bradford Built m/l, 2 ponds, corrals, outbldgs1990 DODGE pickup 4x4, 360 Flatbeds, Landoll, GOOSENECK FLATBED 8 Older 3 bed. 1 bath home on 30A m/l hay balance pasture &automatic, flatbed, with Beshler DAYCAB TRACTORS Hillsboro, Club Car, and 1/2x24 stock trailer 6x24. 620- 28 acres. Approx. 27 acres timber. Great street appeal.bale mover, $3500. 785-566- 2001 Frtlnr FLD120 tandem DAE WOO 475-3731. fenced. 14x50 run in shed. PRICE REDUCED8321. daycab, 3406 375 hp. Cat, Home repainted and new roof. XXX B Rd, Emmett, KS. 140A TRUCKS STIDHAM 5X15 combination 10 speed, air ride, 316K ac-1971 CHEVY C-60 366 5+2, 20’ Some outbldgs. 5 miles W. of m/l w/approx. 4A spring fed 2004 Chevrolet 2500HD 6.0L stock and horse trailer, goose- tual milesbed and hoist, tag axle, $4000. Riley, KS. Immediate posses- pond, 2 smaller ponds - great New Hydra Bed 3rd Spool, neck, shedded, excellent, ‘99 Frtlnr FL112 tandem day-785-582-4746. sion ...........................$147,500 for fishing & camping! Nice Cross bed toolbox ....$19,995 $2,800. 785-293-5743. cab, ISM 410 hp. Cummins, Heavy Trucks Of All Kinds SEDALIA CHURCH AREA clean pasture, rural water on 2 CALL FOR PRICES ON NEW 9 speed, spring ride, 102K 40 acres +/-. Road on two sides. Call Diana 785-364- HYDRA BEDS Semi Trailers Of All Types actual miles sides. Rolling pasture w/pond 0267FLAG. Great hunting & 2 - 2000 GMC C7500’s sgl. USED STOCK TRAILERS Livestock - Flats - Drops and woods. .....$4,950 per acre fishing! LIVESTOCK & HORSE axle tractor, 3126 250 & 300 2006 24’ Travalong, vents........ Hoppers - Dumps - Tankers hp. Cat, 6 speed Allison au- Call Dolly Anderson, Broker Call Diana 785-364-0267 TRAILERS ...................................$7,000 Storage Containers to, spring ride, 176K & 189K for more information or FLATBED TRAILERS 2004 24’ Travalong rumber actual miles to preview 785-532-8801 KELLERMAN • 1-800-526-0939 •AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR: floor .................................Call CHASSIS www.circle-dtrailers.com REAL ESTATE 2000 24’ Travalong ............CallNEVILLE - DOONAN - DAKOTA ‘01 Sterling LT9500 tandem G&A REAL ESTATE 1998 Trailmann 24’ 2 solids, - MERRITT - MAURER - Manhattan, Kansas 101 W. 4th St., Holton, KS KALYN SIEBERT - LANDOLL chassis, C-10 305 hp. Cat, 8K axles, 14 ply tires ..$5,850 MACHINERY Allison 6 speed auto, Hen- 785-364-2000 or 1997 Titan 6’8”x20’ .......$3,750 chuckhenry.com 800-366-2922 drickson, 60K actual miles FOR SALE 1995 Boss 20’ stock......$3,750 Hesston 4910 .............$45,000 COMPLETE WEB LISTING ‘01 IH F8100 tandem chassis, STOCK TRAILERS *********************************** PHOTOS - SPECS - PRICING 80 acres M/L of NE Clay I-70 at Solomon, KS C-10 305 hp. Cat, 10 speed, County land with fixer upper FARM & RANCH New Steel and Aluminum USED FORAGE Jake, 229K actual miles trailers in stock. HARVESTERS & HEADS house, nice metal building, Saline Co. - 36.2 Acres Devel- other sheds, pasture, farmland opment Land .............$300,000 NEW FLATBEDS 4-’05 Claas 900 ......Coming In Heald Truck Sales and habitat. 25’ 7K Flatbeds, 5’ combo ’03 Claas 900..........Coming In 704 NE Hwy. 24 Ellsworth Co. - 19.5 Acres. Clay County Real Estate Build Your Dream Home. ......... dove tail .....Starting at $5,850 2004 Claas 900 ......Coming In TOPEKA, KANSAS 66608 2005 Claas 900 ......Coming In 785-926-4422. ....................................$59,900 31’ 10K Flatbeds, 5’ combo 785-235-5604 dove tail, dual jacks................ 1997 Claas 880 ..........$85,000 PRICES & PHOTOS @ Leave message Country Homes ...................Starting at $7,995 Claas RU600, 8 row head ....... www.healdtrucksales.com Go to kretzauctions.com Convertor Dollies Ottawa Co. - Beautiful Seclud- 32’ 10K PJ hydraulic dove tail.. .......................From $30,000 Fax: 785-235-0912 for pictures and details ed Setting. 13 Acres m/l. New- ..................................$10,995 ***********************************1999 N14, intracal sleeper er Ranch Home. 2 Ponds and MISCELLANEOUS1997 Ford Aeromax, single 2 Outbuildings. Stock, Horse, Flatbeds, Krimper Kracker grain roller School bus for sale. 1992 axle tractor, 60 Series Detroit Dump Beds and Cargos mill .............................$2,000 Chevy Bluebird, 21 passenger, Saline Co. - 3 Bdrm. Rancher in stock engine, 365 horse power, on 3 Acres. 35x47 Outbldg. 1975 Ford LN truck, gas, auto- 350 gas engine V8. Mileage RM9135A 9 speed trans., air For financial strength, Additional 9 Acres available. HAY TRAILER BLOWOUT matic w/bed & hoist....$4,000 168,500. competitive rates and terms 36’ self Dumping Inline Bale ride, air brakes, air driver Chris Rost • 785-493-2476 D seat, AC, P/S, cruise control, 1989 Chevy Caprice for sale. as flexible as the way you Trailers ..........................$3,895 operate, count on Frontier crost@cbsalina.com miles 413,401 ...........$14,500 4D, air, 5.0 V8, Mileage Bradford Built Steel1990 Ford F350 green pickup, 156,900. Farm Credit. Farm & Ranch Pickup Flatbeds 460 gas engine, 5 speed Baldwin, KS 866-268-2900 Starting at......................$1,570 trans., AC, dual fuel tanks, air Sealed bids will be accepted Emporia, KS 800-320-8391 Division of: We now install pickup Beds drivers seat, 12,979...$3,250 and opened at USD 306 Hiawatha, KS 800-699-3521 and Trailer AC Units.1987 Great Dane trailer, 42 ft. Southeast of Saline district of- Manhattan, KS 800-874-2474 Call For Prices. Kalvesta Impl. box reefer, roll-up back door, fice, 5056 E. K-4 Highway, Marysville, KS 800-475-2371 Company, Inc. Parsons, KS 800-741-2990 Buy Next to the Factory and side door up front .......$3,000 Gypsum, KS on 2:30 p.m., save hundreds of DollarsStorage trailers ....$1,500 & Up Nov. 12th, 2008. Contact www.frontierfarmcredit.com Antrim-Piper Wenger 620-855-3567 Convertor Dollies Amanda Deneault, USD 306 Realtors® ROCKING “M” KALVESTA, KS 67856 157 +/- ACRES of good crop www.kalvestaimplement.com Tires & Wheels Southeast of Saline at 785- land approx. 8 miles South of An independently Owned TRAILER SALES 536-4346 ext. 200 for bidding and Operated Member 430 S. Colorado 63C MASSEY cornhead, 6R30, Waterville. Call Tammy Parker, of Coldwell Banker SMART USED procedures or you may down- Realtor. Tim Olmsted, Broker. Real Estate Corporation Waterville, KS 66548 good, $1,200. Parting out: Mas- load a bid application from our 785-363-2111. www.olmste- Office: 1-866-261-2526 sey cornhead row units, $190; TRUCKS & website www.usd306.org drealestate.com. www.cbsalina.com or 785-562-6614 JD cornhead gearbox units, $475; Massey and JD tin work. PARTS INC. Faxes not accepted. FOR SALE: Northern Riley Gooseneck flatbed trailers, Also, JD chopper parts. Roeder 1028 S. Ferree dual tandem axles, dovetail, • ALL VEHICLES SOLD County 156 acres +/- in two Impl. Seneca, KS. 785-336- Kansas City, KS 66105 Elmore Center ramps 33 & 35’. 785-243-4839. AS IS. tracts. One tract 77 acres with 6103. 913-321-6609 94% pasture with pond, 16% 631 E. Crawford, Salina, KS 785-827-3641 www.smartusedtrucks.com 1988 FORD F250 3/4 ton, 351- W $2,500. 785-845-4300. cropland; one tract 79 acres 63% pasture with pond, 37% 1-800-276-3641 Trailers 4 U SUNFLOWER HARVEST EQUIPMENT2004 F350 dually diesel, crew cropland, barn and shed. For & SNOW BLOWERS for Salecab 4X4, lariat, leather, auto- 1994 F350 1 ton cab, Chassis, more information call, 785-537- Frankfort, KS Callmatic, 149,000 miles, $19,500. 4WD. 620-475-3731. 1622. 785-292-4166 LUCKE MANUFACTURING785-243-4839. 1-800-735-5848 LET THE CLASSIFIEDS trailers4u.com 1-800-735-58382001 CHEVY 3500 extended WORK FOR YOU PLACE YOUR AD TODAY www.luckemanufacturing.comcab 4x4 diesel hydro bed, lots of GRASS & GRAIN E-Mail: stuluck@ndak.netnew parts.785-770-0036. GRASS & GRAIN 785-539-7558 785-539-7558 Minot, ND
  • 12. Page 28 Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008 MACHINERY MACHINERY MACHINERY MACHINERY MACHINERY MACHINERY — ITEMS FOR SALE — NEW HOLLAND OUR 58th YEAR — COMBINES — Many TRACTORS atCIH 8590 4x4 baler ...........Call ‘07 JD 9760...............$193,500 Abilene Machine are TRACTORS NEW TRACTORS560 Cockshutt, antique re- ‘07 JD 9760 Hillco .....$225,000 LEASE/RENTAL RETURNS 1999 NH TV 140.........$55,000 2008 JD 7230 builder.......................$1,500 ‘06 JD 9760 Hillco .....$186,500 2003 NH TJ 375, 1300 hrs. ..... 2008 JD 7430MF 864 cornhead, 6x36$3,000 ‘07 JD 9660 Hillco .....$218,000 ..............................$116,500 2008 JD 7330Gehl 1875 TDC baler ...$5,000 ‘90 CIH 1680 ...............$32,500 2002 NH TJ 375, 2600 hrs. ..... USED TRACTORSJD 535 baler .................$7,000 ‘88 CIH 1660 ...............$17,500 ..............................$104,000 2005 JD 7420 MFWDVaughn loader, IH mounts....... ‘89 JD 9500.................$30,000 1990 NH 8730 PS w/loader..... 2002 JD 7510 MFWD .................................$1,200 ‘82 JD 6620 SH...........$10,000 NEW ................................$29,500 2002 JD 7810 MFWDFlexi-coil sprayer, 70 ft. $3,000 ‘86 CIH 1680 4WD ......$18,000 Balers 605M, 604M, 504M 1979 Vers. 875 ...........$22,500 1998 JD 6410, ROPSGravity wagons...............CALL 23 flex headers - JD, CIH, NH Rakes R2800, R2300, WR22 2006 NH T222, D .........$9,500 1997 JD 7610, 2WDJD 7200 planter, 8 rw ...$8,000 2 JD 1293 cornheads wheel rakes 2006 NH TC FF DA, 1500 hrs. 1995 JD 8100 MFWDCIH CX 90 MFWD ......$22,000 12 JD 893 cornheads BP 8000 bale processors LH & ................................$19,500 1976 JD 4230 OUTRIGHT CASHBestway 1,000 gallon, 60 ft. 2 JD 843 cornheads RH (3) Manitou TM7320 FLHT 1973 JD 4430 PRICES front fold sprayer ....$17,500 3 JD 643 cornheads Mayrath augers forklift ........$19,500-$23,500 COMBINES No Specials o No TradesWhite 2-155 tractor.......$8,000 GRAIN DRILLS & USED 2003 NH LS180..........$16,500 JD 218R (2) CIH 5230 ..........$27,900 eaCIH 8460 baler .............$4,250 PLANTERS 605Ms, 604M, 504M, 605Ls, 2007 NH L190 NEW EQUIPMENT CIH 5240 w/ldr............$34,000Gehl 125 grinder mixer.$4,000 ‘06 JD 32x30” ..............Coming 605Js, 554XLs, 504L, JD567 Scat Track 1300C skid loader . SPECIALS CIH 5250.................... $29,900JD 8300 drill .................$1,000 ‘07 JD 32x30” ..............Coming LARGER BALE FORKS ................................$13,000 2009 JD 1590, drill CIH 7130.................... $27,900Sunflower 1230, 21 ft. disc ...... ‘08 JD 1770 24RN.....$134,500 AVAILABLE WINDROWERS 2008 JD 568 rd. baler CIH 7140.................... $33,900 ...................................CALL ‘06 JD 1770 24x20”.....$85,000 SPRING STEEL 2005 NH HW325, 2000 hrs. .... JD 741 SL FD 340..........................$6,750Allis 190 tractor.............$4,000 ‘07 JD 1790 16/31.......$97,500 ................................$53,500 JD 741 NSL IH 3588.........................$9,850IH 5300 double disc drill alfalfa NEW STEEL ‘06 JD 1790 16/31.......$96,500 2006 NH HW325, 425 hrs. ...... Bison 300 XHD 3 pt. blades JD 110........................ $24,000 seeder ......................$5,500 Round square tubing angle ‘06 JD 1790 16/31.......$93,500 ................................$63,500 HAY EQUIPMENT JD 2040, low hours .....$11,000Hesston 856A baler......$7,500 channel & flat ‘05 JD 1790 16/31.......$88,000 1998 NH 1475, 16’ .....$13,500 1999 NH 1475 14’ MoCo JD 2630......REDUCED $8,750Agco 500 flexhead, 25 ft.......... SHEET METAL ‘06 Kinze 16/31 ...........$72,500 2002 NH 1475, 16’ .....$16,500 New big bale forks JD 2940...................... $15,500 .................................$7,500 6’x10’ 18 ga ..................$44.00 ‘06 Kinze 16/31 ...........$75,000 2005 NH 1475, 16’ .....$21,500 JD 4240....REDUCED $21,800New Holland 855 baler .$2,000 40”x72”, 18 ga. .............$20.00 USED EQUIPMENT ‘05 Kinze 16/31 ...........$71,000 2005 NH 1475, 15’ .....$18,500 JD 4250...................... $27,9002003 JD 567 baler, net-kicker . 23”x80”, 18 ga. .............$10.00 2007 JD 568 ‘04 Kinze 16/31 ...........$76,500 JD 1600, 16’ .................$7,500 JD 4440...................... $23,900 ...................................CALL 14 ga. & 1/8” floor plate 2000 JD 1518 shredder ‘98 JD 1770 16RN.......$38,000 BALERS JD 5520....REDUCED $22,850Crustbuster 4000 no-till drill, EXPANDED METAL 2007 JD 568 baler ‘05 JD 1790 12/23.......$69,500 2003 NH BR 780, AW $18,500 JD 6410...................... $28,900 38x7.5, 24 ft............$12,000 GLEANER REEL BATS 1995 48’ muv-all equip. trailer ‘05 JD 1790 12/23.......$76,000 1996 NH 664 AW .........$9,750 (2) JD 6420 starting at $44,900Allis 6080 tractor...........$8,000 2 3/8”, 2 7/8”, 3 1/2”, 4 1/2”, 2006 JD 1770 NT 16RN ‘05 JD 1760 12RN.......$34,000 2002 NH 688 AW .......$15,500 JD 7210...................... $39,9002007 New Holland 1431 rotary 5 1/2”, 4 1/2” drills 2007 JD 1760 w/fert. ‘04 JD 1760 12RN.......$38,000 1998 NH 665 AW .........$9,250 (2) JD 7410 starting at $45,500 swather ...................$18,000 3/4”, 7/8” & 1” sucker rod SOLID — STABLE ‘98 JD 1760 12Rn .......$28,500 2004 NH BR 780 BC ..$21,500 (3) JD 7520 starting at $60,0001982 IH 1480 combine stand- WELDING SUPPLIES STILL JD JD 7200 12Rn .............$16,500 2007 NH BR 780A, NW........... JD 9200...................... $59,900 ard rotor ....................$6,000 Oxygen C125 & acet. Bottles ‘01 Kinze 12x20 ..........$32,000 ................................$26,500 KUB M4030SU............. $6,950Sunflower 1232 disc, 21 ft. ...... for sale JD 7000 12RN ..............$7,500 2005 NH BR 700, AW $18,500 (2) McC C100........ $19,000 ea ...................................CALL Welding rods & wire Kinze 6RN LF................$7,500 2006 NH BR 700A, NW........... Bobcat 763................. $12,750H&S 16 wheel rake, hi capaci- Top & bottom belts for all ba- Pr. JD 515 drills.............$5,000 ................................$25,500 ty...............................$7,000 lers SPRAYERS View equipment online at MISCELLANEOUSHesston 1340 MoCo swather .. Twine 4’ & 5’ netwrap ‘05 Spray Coupe 7650 ............. Landpride RCR 3515 bat wing www.AbileneMachine.com .................................$8,000 Portable panels, Feed Bunks 785-336-2138 Days ................................$106,500 mower .......................$9,500 or our Abilene, KS, location.CIH 1470 combine..........CALL & Round Bale Feeders — TRACTORS —Complete listing on our web: GP 1280 pull type sprayer, 785-548-5855 Nights ‘07 JD 9520T.............$212,500 Call Jerry or Todd at www.jonesmachineryinc.com Forrest Johnson TSF-1280................$33,500 Visit Us At ‘07 JD 9520T.............$212,500 800-255-0337 NH 973 30’ header .....$12,500 jddealer.deere.com/toddtractor LEONARDVILLE, KS 66449 ‘07 JD 9520T.............$212,500 BUY/SELL/TRADE DAILY Gleaner 9 shank SS .....$4,000 Seneca, Kansas 785-293-5583 ‘03 JD 9420 Track.....$148,500 Sunflower 14’ offset disk ......... JONES 785-293-2235 ..................................$3,000 ‘00 JD 9400 Track.....$117,000 MF 235 loader .................$800 ‘77 Steiger ST270 .......$18,000 MACHINERY, INC. Sunflower 16’ offset disk ......... IH 15’ 501 plow disc .....$2,500 ‘94 JD 4960 MFWD.....$44,000 Smith Center, KS PLANTER SALVAGE ..................................$3,500 ‘94 JD 4760 MFWD.....$47,000 Bucyrus Magnum sod cutter, Gravity box w/JD gear ..$1,000 BOBCATS - TRADE-INS 785-282-3000 IH 400-500-800-900-950 Cyclo 42’ ...........................$23,000 1980 MF 2705 tractor, nice ..... ‘75 JD 4630...................$8,500 2007 S300 hi-flo 2 sp. cab, 785-282-0432 Cell JD 494-1280, 7000, plate and ‘79 JD 4440 Quad .......$23,000 PMC land plane, 18’x50’ ......... ................................$12,500 heat & air, 750 hrs. ...$35,000 785-389-5951 plateless ‘75 JD 4430 Quad .......$16,500 2007 S250 2 sp. cab, heat & ..................................$3,000 1975 MF 1155 tractor ...$5,000 Evening Calls Welcome ‘95 JD 7700 MFWD.....$55,000 air..............................$34,500 Koelzer Repair KanEquip Demco 500 gal. sprayer ..$950 ‘89 JD 4055 PS ...........$34,500 2007 S205 C, H & A, hand or Onaga, KS 785-857-3257 RHS 3 pt. 42 ft. sprayer &Allis Chalmers Tractor, 14" ‘94 JD 6400 w/640 ......$36,000 hand & foot, 350 hrs. $29,000 888-472-3114 tanks.............................$850Plow, Small Round Baler 785- — TILLAGE — 2006 S220 open, 375 hrs......... New Idea PTO manure529-3319. GRASS & GRAIN 704 Kunkle Drive spreader .......................$850 JD 510 disk ripper .......$11,000 ..................................$25,500 ELLSWORTH, KS 67439 DMI disk ripper..............$9,000 2006 S300 C, H & A, 30 hrs..... Perkins 354.4 engine.......$750 CIH 4800 28’ FC ...........$7,000 TRACTORS 04 CIH 1101 18’ hd . . $47500 IH 37 10’ disc...................$500 ..................................$39,50004 Mahi 4110 mfd . . .$17000 95 NH 2550 16’ hd . . .$29500 FOR SALE: 1972 gleaner F — HAY EQUIPMENT — 2000 Case 1845C, 760 hrs., combine with 16’ header; 1986 78 MF 750 combine, parting ‘07 JD 568, loaded ......$29,50077 JD 4430 . . . . . . . . . $14500 92 CIH 8380 16’ hd . . .$7000 very clean .................$18,500 L3 Gleaner 3050 sep. hr; 320 out ‘85 JD 530.....................$6,50003 Kioti LK3054 mfd . .$13500 96 NH 1475 18’ hd . . .$12000 2007 S185 hi-flo, open, 250 20’ flex header; 24’ rigid header; Big Ox and Landoll V-rippers MF 12 baler......................$750 hrs.............................$25,50001 NH TM 115 2wd ldr $41000 96 NH 2318 18’ hdr. . . .$9500 IH 800 6 row planter w/ fert; JD 1424 MoCo ..............$3,50001 NH TM 115 2wd . .$32900 BALERS Krause 21’ tandem disc 1404; Mellenbruch 1978 JD 4440 QR tractor00 CIH MX 135 2wd ldr $44500 05 CIH 562 net . . . . . . $22500 Vermeer 605 super F baler. Machinery Hiawatha w/260 SL loader........$28,000 05 VM 605M net . . . . .$20000 1983 Bobcat 443, 1750 hrs......77 JD 4430 . . . . . . . . .$15500 04 NH BR 780 net . . . $21500 785-427-2420. Soldier, Kansas Implement Co. ....................................$7,50096 CIH 7210 mfd ldr . .$4250098 CIH 8920 mfd ldr . . $65000 04 CIH 562 net . . . . . .$19500 785-834-2541 785-742-7121 2005 T250 open, joystick, 48006 CIH STX 450 . . . .$169900 98 JD 566 net . . . . . . .$13000 GRASS & GRAIN Cell: 785-305-1483 HIAWATHA, KS 66434 hrs.............................$36,00000 9370 Quadtrac . . .$95000 98 NH 664 net . . . . . . .$9500 Service on all82 Case 4490 4wd . . .$10500 98 CIH 9465A . . . . . . .$10500 NEW TRACTORS USED LOADERS, Bobcat Equipment97 Mass 8120 mfd ldr .$46000 96 JD 535 . . . . . . . . . .$11900 JD 2305 compact tractor FEED WAGONS, MISC. Stop by and talk to us.99 NH TV 140 ldr . . . .$58500 JD 530 . . . . . . . . . . . . .$5500 JD 3320 compact tractor Westendorf TA28 loader Now Is The Time To Trade94 NH 9030 hdr . . . . . $38500 91 Verm 605J . . . . . . . .$2500 Koyker 600 loader MORE - LEASE MACHINES NEW MISC.96 NH 1920 mfd ldr . .$11500 Hess 565A . . . . . . . . . .$8500 Henke 370 bu. mixer wagon COMING JD XUV Gator78 Allis 5040 . . . . . . . . .$5900 RAKES 10’ & 12’ pull type levelers KD 7400 loader w/JD mounts 1981 JD 6620 with 216 flex ALL MACHINES INSPECTED84 IH 244 mfd . . . . . . . .$4200 03 Sitrex MK16 . . . . . . .$8500 03 Sitrex MK16 . . . . . . .$8900 Land Pride Trekers head, 4130 hrs, always shed- & READY TO WORK.77 JD 4630 . . . . . . . . .$16000 Verm R23A . . . . . . . . . .$6900 Danuser hyd. post hole diggers Over 20 Used ded, 4 wd, new rear tires South on Rosencutter82 JD 4640 . . . . . . . . . $19500 16.9x24, chaff spreader, straw81 Case 2390 . . . . . . . .$9500 H&S 12w hicap . . . . . . .$4800 NEW TILLAGE Cars & Pickups chopper, machine in harvest in Manhattan, KS75 IH Hydro 100 ldr . .$16000 Kelderman 10w . . . . . .$1800 Landoll 29’ disk 2007 GMC Sierra 1500, crew For More Details Call New Holland 258 . . . . .$2400 cab, 40K now. Call for more info. $14,500.73 Ford 3400 2wd . . . .$3900 785-979-2411. Greg • 785-215-428568 Allis 170 2wd . . . . . .$6900 Vermeer R21 . . . . . . . .$1800 WE HAVE NEW LANDPRIDE 2007 Chevy Trail Blazer LS, Jim • 785-565-130066 IH 2wd . . . . . . . . . . .$7500 TILLAGE 6’ & 7’ ROTARY MOWERS 4x4, 21K Chuck • 785-537-997965 IH 706 3 pt . . . . . . . .$5000 JD 230 25’ disc . . . . . . .$3500 SPECIAL PRICES 2007 Ford Taurus SE, choice of 260 IH 560 . . . . . . . . . . . .$4500 Krauss 1418 24’ . . . . . .$3500 2005 Ford Explorer Ltd. 4x4,52 Massey Harris 44 . . .3500 CB 32’ FC . . . . . . . . . . .$1300 NEW HAY EQUIPMENT 3rd seat45 IH Cub lo-boy . . . . .$1200 IH 496 29’ disc . . . . . . .$7900 H&S rakes, 12-16 wheels 2005 Chevy Trailblazer 4x4, 3rd82 JD 280 Ldr 4840 brac $5000 CB 30’ offset disc . . . . .$4500 USED TILLAGE seat COMBINES Krause 1498 offset . . .$2500 2005 Ford F-150 XLT ext. cab, Sunflower 32’, 1433 w/harrow 480/80R38 FST RAT .......$968 98 Krause 4811 14’ chsl $8500 4x4, 40K06 JD 9860 STS . . . .$185000 GP 48 1/2’ F.C. 18.4x34 TF & RD .............$617 Krause 19’ chisel . . . . . $2800 2004 GMC Sierra SLE Z-71,02 CIH 2388 . . . . . . .$108000 Sunflower 25’, 1433 18.4x38 SAT II .................$687 JD 712 disc rip . . . . . . . $1800 ext. cab, 4x4 604M, 605M, 504M Balers00 CIH 2388 . . . . . . . .$97500 Landoll 30’ finisholl97 CIH 2188 . . . . . . . .$70000 Dual 545 V ripper . . . . .$1800 Kent 41.5’, 5 section 2003 Ford Ranger XLT, super DON’S TIRE R2300 twin rake IH 560 6X16 3 point plow . . . . cab, 44K BP 8000 processor82 IH 1460 22.5 hdr . .$13500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1000 Landoll 33’ till-oll 2003 Chevy 2500 HD ext. cab, TF 866-888-7838 WRX-12 DuraBull Rake81 Glnr L2 . . . . . . . . . .$8500 USED HAY & FORAGE Abilene, KS GRAIN DRILLS 4x4, 67K Disc Mowers & Mower Cond. MISC. EQUIPMENT 2002 Buick Regal LS, 57K01 LP 8’ 3 pt drill . . . . . .$5900 Good selection of late model JD 430 rd. baler 1999 Chevy Silverado Z-71,06 CB 4030AP . . . . . . . $3850 Straub JD 435 rd. baler ext. cab, 4x4 Maize Repair Parts USED VERMEER BALERS2 GP 13’ ewd on hitch .$9500 Hydra-Bed™ & accessories91 GP 13’ ewd . . . . . . .$5200 International JD 2280 wind rower 1996 Freightliner FLD 120 for Deere Forage Winkel Livestock Equip. Salina, Kansas H&S 16 wheel hi-cap. rake88 GP 2sec 30’ . . . . . .$11000 JD 4895 windrower w/16’ sickle www.dauertruckcenter.com Harvesters Winkel FlatbedsCB 3400 30’ . . . . . . . . .$5900 1-800-658-4653 Bar 6 Cake FeedersGP 3610 hoe drill . . . . .$4500 NH HW320 w/18’ head JD Gun Safes In Stock Big Square Balers 785-452-1180 Eric Special PriceMarliss 1213 30’ . . . . . . $2500 785-493-4999 Kevin JD 3970 pull type forage Best PriceIH 510 20 hole . . . . . . . .$400 harvester PLANTERS Marion, Kansas JD 467 mega wide w/wrap and Quality03 CIH 1200 16R . . . .$59000 1-877-382-2188 1996 NH 664 round baler MAIZE MILLER RANCH05 CIH 1200 16R . . . .$64500 USED DRILLS & PLANTERS99 White 6100 12R . . .$22500 620-382-5439 Marlin JD 450 21x7.5 CORPORATION EQUIPMENT 34846 K-99 Hwy.JD 1700 8R . . . . . . . .$13000 Wichita, Ks. 2 - GP 24’ DAUER 888-722-8710JD 1700 8R . . . . . . . .$12000 Alma, KansasCIH 900 6R . . . . . . . . .$5000 1-800-779-7012 JD 1250 6 row IMPLEMENT CATERPILLAR D7G, Cab, 1986 GP 30’ 2 section 10” 785-765-3588IH 800 8R . . . . . . . . . . .$5500 Hutchinson Ks. GP 13’ EWD w/double time CO., INC. ROPS, log sweeps, powershift, www.millerranchequipment.comIH 400 8R . . . . . . . . . . .$1500 SU tilt dozer, 200 hp, good un- SPRAYERS 1-800-658-1714 hitch 785-825-2141 dercarriage, new steering USED COMBINES Salina, Kansas 1992 JD 4055 FWA, with 26506 Apache . . . . . . . .$110000 Larned Ks. 1970 Gleaner M hydro clutches, 4600 Hrs. Complete05 Bestway . . . . . . . . .$24000 South 81 Highway service, $55,000.00 OBO. Call loader, bale spear, 7’ bucket04 Hardi Nav 1100 . . .$24500 1-866-400-3105 JD 925 flex 3 miles S. of Mid-State Mall with questions 785-488-7230 with grapple, new tires rear, JD 920 flex head 75% front, underhual, 600003 Redball . . . . . . . . .$23900 Great Bend. www.dauerimplement.com USED TRACTORS 285 MF tractor with 246 MF hours, $42,000. 785-966-2118,01 Hardi CM750 . . . . .$15500 (After Hours)98 Tyler Patriot . . . . . .$66000 1-800-658-1706 JD 4430 QR JIM . . . . . . . . . .785-668-2582 loader, less than 200 hours on 785-633-3216 cell. JD 7230 MFD w/740 loader engine, rear end, and hydraulic87 pickup sprayer . . . . .$9500 (After Hours) pumps, $11,500. 785-806-0132. SWATHERS JD 3020 diesel FOR SALE: rear IH weights JD 4555 MFD Auto Sales between 6 am- 10 pm. 785-863-06 CIH 2302 18’ rot hd $7250005 CIH 2302 18’ rot hd $58500 JD 4440 QR MIKE . . . . . . . .785-822-2613 GRASS & GRAIN 2633.
  • 13. Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008 Page 29 MACHINERY MACHINERY MACHINERY MACHINERY MACHINERY MACHINERY COMBINES WE ARE DEALERS FOR NEW EQUIPMENT 4640 JD 6850 hrs, excellent Used Combine Parts shape, $20,500. 785-562-6687.Gleaner A, E, C, C II, G, F, F2, 2008 Case IH 2020 30’ flex 2007 Case IH 7010 4WD x Hesston 4344 rakes in stock M, K, L, L2, N6 Hesston 9365, 16’ ......In Stock 8’ FLATBED with bale spear,NH TR 70IH 715, 815; MF 550, 510 NEW TRACTORS Case IH Maxxum 140 MFD Case IH Maxxum 125 MFD g MF 7480, Dyna VT, Tier 3, Demo Discount .......In Stock with hydraulic pump, $600. 785- 589-2556.JD 4400 & 6600 MF GC 2300 ...$10,250 - Cash Case IH Maxxum 115 MFD Kelly-Ryan - Landoll BIG ROUND wheat straw balesVarious headers & tires MF 6485..........................NEW Case IH DX, series compact Kewanee - Westendorf 504 MCL Classic Baler and last years corn stalk bales; Rhino 184 & 272.........In Stock DON McLAUGHLIN Case IH JX Series in stock C.E. Attachments 604M balers walnut posts. 785-547-7765. Rhino SE15-4 .............$12,000 Vermillion, KS USED TRACTORS H&S 605 Super M Baler Fairview, KS. USED COMBINES 785-382-6394 2006 Case 450 skid steer R2300 twin rake SALVAGE COMBINES SKID LOADERS Gleaner 525 header .....$9,000 2002 Case 75XT skid steer R2800 twin rake, all hyd. ALLIS N7-6, L2, L, M, G, F2, Cell: 785-799-7753 & ATTACHMENTS ‘82 L2............................$7,500 2005 Kubota M8200 4WD, WR22 10-wheel cart rake F, CII, AII; JD 8820, 7720, New Gehl 6640, joy stick con- ‘03 R65 .....................$129,000 cab, ldr. TM 800 trail mower, 10.5’ 7700, 6600, 4400, 3300, 105, ‘88 R-50......................$29,995 Case & IH 2000 Kubota M9000 4WD, cab trols, fully equipped BP8000 RH & LH bale proc. USED TRACTORS 95, 55; MF 860, 760, 750, 510, New Gehl 5240 skid loader Salvage 1972 Ford 2000 tractor 2004 Gehl 6640 cab AC, heat, MF 6150 - 2C, 1500 hrs., con- 410; IH 1680, 1480, 1460, 1973 JD 4230 2WD, cab signed .....................$33,000 915, 815, 715, 503, 403; NH New, Used & Rebuilt Parts 2 spd., 1400 hrs. ‘06 Case MXM130, MFD, cab Ford 861 .......................$5,900 TR70-85, 1400, 995, 985, 975. Case 400 thru 4690, 4894, ‘99 Gehl 4635, 2000 hrs. 2005 NH, TC55 DA, MFD, ldr USED HAY EQUIPMENT SALVAGE TRACTORS 1896 2004 Gehl 4840, 2300 hrs. All Rebuilt Equipment MISCELLANEOUS Hesston 5556A, 1500 bales .... ALLIS 7000-7080, 220, 210, IH 460’s thru 5488, CEA pallet forks, tooth bars Have 1 Year Warranty Vermeer WR22 10 wheel rake ................................$28,000 190XT; D17-19; JD 84-8630, 4366, 4568, 4586 Used Lowe 40C hi flow trnchr ‘08 604M net, kicker fronts, 2004 GP 1005 NT drill, Ottawa Hesston 5500 rd. baler .$2,000 7520, 6030, 5020, 4630, 4430, Over 700 Tractors on Shelf New Mensch, manure scrprs DEMO, 1300 bales..$26,500 2000 Case IH RS551 baler Agco 5456A, 8,000 bales ........ 4020, 3020, 720, 730; CASE WANT TO BUY Lowe hydr. post hole digger BB 256 Bale Buster......$4,500 1986 Case IH 6500 chisel ................................$25,500 1470, 1370, 1270, 1200, 1070, Case & IH salvage tractors Brush grapples VERMEER USED EQUIP. 1996 Hesston 565A rd.b aler ‘05 Agco 5546A, 300 bales ..... 930, 400; IH 1568, 1466, Worksaver Bale forks 504G .............................$2,500 1994 JD 930 disk MoCo ................................$24,500 1256, 1066, 1026, 806; FORD NEW EQUIPMENT Elmer’s Repair H&S 170 grinder mxr 605J monitor .................$4,500 ‘02 Hesston 4790 w/ accum. ... 4-5-6-8-9000; MF 2745, 1155, CENTRALIA, KS McConnell Machinery 605F balers ...$2,000 to $3,000 ................................$68,500 1100, 90, 85; OLIVER 2150; 1111 E. 23rd Lawrence, KS Meyer 7500 all purpose 605H .............................$2,000 785-857-3248 spreader, rear discharge Hesston 856 rd. baler .$15,000 MM G1000; WH2-150, 4-150. 785-843-2676 605K net & monitor .......$7,000 2 - Hesston 956A MW, 3900 New Bush Hog 6’ rot. mowerHESSTON 565A round baler; or H&S 14 wheel hi-cap rakes 605L net, kicker...........$12,750 bales .......................$25,500 Mike’s EquipmentCase 8370 International swath- 3313 Nebraska Terr.Ottawa, KS 605M net, kicker..........$22,000 Hesston 4755, coming in........ BUHLER, KANSASer; 7040 Allis. 620-628-4341. USED EQUIPMENT 785-242-1463 AC 7020 cab, AC, PD Sloop Sales & ................................$40,000 1-800-543-2535 Hesston 565 A..............$9,0007020 ALLIS Chalmers tractor, Evenings Gehl 170MX grinder, mixer Hook’s Repair, Inc. NH 116, 16’ .................$6,000$7,000. 785-589-2556. H&S 10 wheel carted rake 785-979-2271 Gehl 1870 rd. baler Lyndon, KS 66451 TILLAGE & MISC. USED TRACTORSFOR SALE: pair of 16.9x34 www.mcconnellmachineryco.com JD 1750, 8 row w/liq. fert......... IH 1066 w/cabgood used tractor tires. 785- 785-828-4706 ................................$22,500 JD 7420 CAH396-4559. SENECA IMPL. CO. www.sloophook.com Used Schuller 175 ........$1,500 Case-IH MXM 155 Hwy. 36 West M&W 15’ mower ...........$6,000 Case-IH MXM 140 MFDA PAIR of Firestone tires 35L- SENECA, KANSAS w/loader JD 455 30’, clean........$28,50032 rice and cane tires. 785-446- USED COMBINES3709. Clyde, KS. Day ...785-336-2621 AC 1300 29’ F.C...........$2,000 Case IH 2388 RWA Night..................785-336-2502 Case 900 6 row cyclo ...$3,200 CX75 4WD TR w/loader Case-IH 1688 RWA CX105 4WD tractor We are your Outback BRUNA IMPL. CO. Case-IH 900 8RN w/liq. fert. Case-IH 900 16 RN, rear fold CX105 4WD TR w/loader Guidance Dealer for Marion, Case-IH 1660 RWA TRACTORS Case-IH 900 12 RN w/liq. fert. Force Feed MC115 4WD TR w/loader Harvey and Butler County IH 1460 RWA AC R50 RWA2007 Case-IH Maxxum 125 MFD, Case-IH 950 12 RN, front fold Feeder Chain 562 hrs. Case-IH 950 16RN w/liq. fert. • Will feed IHC, Case, JD, AC, 1-800-530-54282007 Case-IH Maxxum 140 MFD, Case-IH 950 8RN w/liq. fert. MF, MM, NH, White 372 hrs. Case-IH 955 12 RN w/dry fert. • 3 chain for axial flow IHC Chainsaws Sales & Service Thomas Impl. Inc.2006 Case-IH MX215 MFD, 875 Case-IH 955 18RN, front fold • CA 557 heavy duty chain NEW EQUIPMENT Jct. 59 & 96 Hiways2006 Case-IH MX245, MFD, 710 IH 800 12 RN w/liq. fert. Altamont, Kansas2006 Case-IH MX210 MFD, 325 JD 1760 12RN w/liq. fert. 1999 Kinze 2000 8RN w/liq. Hillside & Regular Raddle for Gleaner combine Woodsplitter 20+ w/Hands 3 pt. bale carrier HESSTON® Fax: 620-784-56222005 Case-IH JX95 MFD w/ldr., k Bale spears for loaders 630 hrs. fert. Manchester Mfg. Co. Danuser post hole digger2005 Case-IH MX255, MFD, Kinze 2000 6RN w/liq. fert. Box 36 6’ pull rotary cutter $1,250 3292 hrs. 2007 Kinze 3000 8RN w/dry Manchester, OK 73758 8’ Cimarron box blade2005 Case-IH MX210 MFD, 5088 fert. 580-694-2292 ECR-10 10 wheel cart rake2005 Case-IH MXU125 MFD, 2002 Kinze 3600 ,12/23 IHC SS chisel, 7 to 11 point, 558 hrs. 1996 White 6122, 12RN 1972 4320 JD w/ cab, syncro like new, $450. 785-293-5743.2005 Case-IH MX230 MFD 5848 1996 White 6300, 12/13 range, good tires; 7 ft Rhino 3 pt mower, like new; 694 JD CH w/ 603 N. Ash - Hillsboro, KS2005 Case-IH MX285 MFD, 2962 White 6342, 12/13 TRACTOR and2005 Case-IH DX55, MFD with DISCS knife rolls, hyd deck plates, CM; We Install & Service Bale Beds 620-947-3182 loader, 91 hrs. IH 490, 25’ 644 JD CH, low tin. 785-458- www.agpowerinc.com COMBINE PARTS2004 Case-IH MXM120 MFD, Case-IH 596, 23’ 2717. sales@agpowerinc.net 3370 hrs. Case-IH 3950, 33’ 12 ROW 30” DMI hydraulis ap- TH4400 new Trail Hand ATV2004 Case-IH MX255 MFD 930 Krause 2420 22’11” COMBINES plicator, Raven cold flow, USED EQUIPMENT2004 Case-IH MXU135, MFD SKID LOADERS ‘08 Case-IH 7088, 263 hrs. $11,500. 785-548-5342. AMT 323, 10’6” mower cond. w/ldr., 2346 hrs. 2006 Gehl 6640E, 800 hrs. (3) ‘08 Case-IH 2588, 53 hrs.2003 Case-IH MX230 MFD, 4698 2002 Gehl LS46355X, 1340 hrs. FOR SALE OR TRADE 1060 Hesston disc cnd..$3,500 ‘06 Case-IH 2388, 1400 hrs.1998 Case-IH 8950 MFD, 3336 1983 Gehl SL4510, 1900 hrs. 11’ wheel disk 560 IH tractor & loader..$4,000 ‘83 MF 860, V8 hydro, 21001998 Case-IH 8940 MFD, 4604 Bob Cat 863, 1195 hrs. Gravity Wagons, 200-500 200 AC tractor...............$6,000 hrs.1997 Case-IH 8930 MFD, 5130 2000 JD 260, 860 hrs. bushel, some w/augers TA-46 loader, like new MF 850 24’ head, 6 cyl. gear1997 Case-IH 5230 MFD, 4985 FRONT END LOADERS Wanted GM 1988 or newer 3/4 RB1072 6’ blade ..............$600 drive With over 120 acres and1996 Case-IH 7230 MFD, 5400 2004 Quicke 770 ton 4x4 for feed truck Grazer ZT mower..........$2,500 ‘80 IHC 1480 130,000 square feet of1995 Case-IH 5230 2WD, 2318 GB 760 2510 Kaw. Mule, dsl......$5,000 ‘77 MF 7501994 Case-IH 7220 MFD, 5010 2007 Westendorf XTA-400 Cooter’s Salvage 1270 14’ Hesston swather, like TRACTORS warehouse space, we have thousands of NEW, USED &1994 Case-IH 5230 MFD w/ldr., 1999 Farmhand 258 785-562-2027 new..........................$14,000 ‘02 Case-IH MX240 REMANUFACTURED PARTS 5600 hrs. Farmhand XL945 Day or evening 704 JD hyd. rake...........$4,000 ‘89 Case-IH 7130 for many makes and models.1992 Case-IH 5250 MFD w/ldr., 2005 Westendorf CC-340 Blue Rapids, KS 1960 MF 85 gas When you need quality parts 3353 hrs. HEADERS USED AUGERS AC D17, gas at affordable prices1992 Case-IH 7150 MFD, 7984 FLEX Ford TW30 PFA tractor Ford 8N1991 Case-IH 7120 MFD, 6166 3 - Case-IH 1020, 20’ NEW EQUIPMENT New H&S 12 & 14 wheel hi MF compact GC 2300 w/mow- Call Abilene Machine1991 Case-IH 5130 2WD, 6950 2 - Case-IH 1020, 22 1/2’ Vermeer 605 Super M Balers cap rakes er 1-800-255-03371991Case-IH 7120 MFD, 6166 5 - Case-IH 1020, 25’ In Stock H&S 12 wheel carted rake MISCELLANEOUS www.AbileneMachine.com1989 Case-IH 7110 2WD, 6366 2 - Case-IH 1020, 30’ Vermeer twin rakes Kewanee 10x65, new screws Great Plains 1,000 gallon 60 ft.1989 CIH 685, 3825 hrs. JD 930, 30’ USED TRACTORS New REM Bale Processors boom sprayer DEWEZE BALE loader. 785-1988 Case-IH 7120 2WD, 5851 JD 925, 25’ White 2-155 Series 3 2-8x62 SA hydr. Mayrath ‘98 Case IH 8465A round baler 388-2356.1984 Case-IH 2394 2WD, 7328 1979 IH 820, 20’ Oliver 1655 gas w/loader 1-8x61 SA hydr. Westfield 10’ Prairie Cutter rotary cutter1981 IH 3288 2WD, w/ldr., 8377 1988 Gleaner Series III, 20’ Oliver 1650 diesel1980 IH 1086 2WD RIGID IH 656 hydro w/loader 10x62 LoPro Mayrath Radke Implement OHLDE TRACTOR 10x61 hydr. Mayrath1978 IH 986 2WD, 5772 hrs. JD 920, 20’ Case 1070 w/ loader New Mayrath augers Rt. 1, Box 52 (Milberger) REPAIR1996 NH 7740, 4977 hrs. Case-IH 1010, 30’ White 2-105 2-2100 REM vac, used Russell, Kansas •Daewoo 440 Plus.......$19,5002001 JD 4300, 1400 hrs. Case-IH 1010, 22 1/2’ White 2-105 w/loader New 2500HD REM vacs1967 JD 3020 2WD w/ldr. IH 810, 20’ USED ROUND BALERS 620-935-4310 NEW XRT VEHICLES REM Vacs for rent 12 month 0%1983 Ford TW35, 2WD, 4623 1993 Gleaner Series III, 27’ Vermeer 605G2002 Agco DT200 MFD, 1187 CORNHEADS Gehl 1500 rd. baler Steiner Implement financing or COMBINES 2 - Case 883, 8RN JD 510 rd. baler 2462 Acorn Rd., Sabetha, KS(3) 2008 Case-IH 2588, 1000 hrs. 3 - Case-IH 1083, 8 row Hesston 5580 785-284-2181 free upgrade2007 Case-IH 2588, 518 hrs. 2 - IH 983, 8 row Hesston 560A • New XRT 850..............Just In Vermeer 605L w/net Fax 785-284-21822007 Case-IH 2588, 356 hrs. IH 863, 6 row •XRT 1550 SE..........................2007 Case-IH 2588, 700 hrs. Gleaner 6RN New Idea 4855 rd. baler, like ...............Spring sale $10,9502006 Case-IH 2388, 769 hrs. Gleaner 6 row wide new GLEANERS •XRT 1550 dsl. ..............Just In2005 Case-IH 2377, 1487 hrs. MISCELLANEOUS Vermeer 605M, 2 to choose 2-R320 flexheads .................... •Club Car2005 CIH 2388, 517 hrs. 1999 Gehl 8335 feed wagon Vermeer 605K USED MISCELLANEOUS ......................$2,500-$3,500 USED UTILITY VEHICLES2005 Case-IH 2388, 661 hrs. Harsh No. 290 mixer wagon2005 Case-IH 2388, 598 hrs. Gehl MX170 grinder mixer Westendorf Wl 42 loader N6 hydro, tested ...........$1,500 •Used XRT-12002005 Case-IH 2388, 810 hrs. Knight 3375 mixer wagon Farmhand F228 loader 670T engine w/UH COMBINES New and used long seives ‘99 Gleaner R62..........$83,000 •Used school bus, 1987, Ford,2000 Case-IH 2388, 2794 hrs. Kelly Ryan 5x12 feed wagon Bush Hog 277 mower JD 700 hyd. rake 400 Series 30’ head .....$3,000 ‘98 Gleaner R62..........$81,500 65 pas., AT, diesel ......$2,5001999 Case-IH 2388, 2277 hrs. 11’ Otter dozer blade1994 Case-IH 1688, 3696 hrs. 2000 Bestway FPII, 1060 Vermeer R23 rake LM 20’ L3 header .........$1,500 ‘98 Gleaner R52..........$65,000 OHLDE1990 Case-IH 1660, 4289 hrs. Bestway FPIII, 1000 ga. spryr Used Stihl chain saws 16’, 18’ & 22’ Hume reels ‘94 Gleaner R62..........$52,650 TRACTOR REPAIR1990 Case-IH 1680, 3200 hrs. 2006 Bestway FP III, 1280 WANTED Various chaffers & sieves TRACTORS & MISC. 892 Quivira Road1981 IH 1460 Several used rotary cutters Used White 445 disk chisel 670 T - 670 HI blocks, cranks, ‘91 JD 780.....................$7,450 Linn, KS 669531981 IH 1440, 2830 hrs. ‘04 Kinze 3600 ............$61,100 etc. 785-348-57661976 IH 815, 3191 hrs. ‘97 Allis 8610...............$39,500 L-M ridged header, 18 ft.2000 Gleaner R62, 3288 hrs. BRUNA IMPL. CO. 24 ft. Hume reel w/JD mounts ‘04 Bobcat S250..........$25,900 800-546-54571987 Gleaner R60, 3023 hrs. 785-562-5304 ‘06 Bobcat S185..........$22,6501977 Gleaner F2 MARYSVILLE, KANSAS Dealer for Chaff Spreaders, ‘06 Bobcat S130..........$17,500Gleaner R62 ‘01 Bobcat 863 ............$20,750 Allis Chalmers Tractors 785-325-2232 Universal for all combinesGleaner R52 driver off walker crank - * All listings in Sabetha 175 diesel......................$6,800 WASHINGTON, KANSAS1999 JD 9510, 2550 hrs. $1,050 200 open, OH................$7,5001991 NH TR86, 3532 hrs. 785-632-5621 Sabetha, 785-284-3401 D17 Series III ................$3,7001981 MF 860, 1707 hrs. CLAY CENTER, KANSAS G & R IMPL. CO. BLAZEKS Hays, 785-735-2651 7045 PST...........................Call PLANTERS www.brunaimplementco.com WESTENDORF-BUSH HOG Belleville, KS Colby, 785-462-2412 190G w/loader...............$5,5002005 Case-IH 1200, 12 RN STIHL w/liq. fert. 785-729-3495 or Smith Center, 785-282-6861 N-5 combine, 20’ flexCase-IH 1200 8RN w/liq. fert. 620-732-3245 785-527-7130 Ellinwood, 620-564-2255 or 620-732-2275 JOHN BERGMANCase-IH 1200 16RN w/liq. fert. www.langdieselinc.com DURHAM, KANSAS 785-556-8952 - Cell Seneca, KS • 785-336-3158
  • 14. Page 30 Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008 MACHINERY MACHINERY MACHINERY MACHINERY EMPLOYMENT BUILDINGS - BLDG MATLS TIRE TOWN INC. USED TRACTORS FEMALE TO work on farm, SHUCK v 149R46 Tread 100% 8* ....$750 ‘05 Case IH MXM130 Value housing included. Beautiful 21.5L-16.1 bar tread 10p ..$400 MFD w/loader, 550 hrs. IMPLEMENT country home 15 miles from Sal- 710/70R38 used 85% trd ..$650 ‘05 Case IH MXM130 MFD, ina. Send reply to Box 1009 TB NOW A GLEANER Manhattan, KS, 66503. 600/70R30 full tread .........$625 2200 hrs. PARTS DEALER 420/85R46 100% ..............$550 ‘98 Case IH 8930 2WD, 3800 8007038 factory irregular $1100 Woods batwing mowers in Pen Rider/ hrs. 29 ga ptd (lifetime wty) .$87/sq 30.5L-32 12p R-3 100%....$850 stock ‘91 Case IH 7120, 2WD, 4150 North Edge of Lyndon, KS 31/1350-15 Rib 6p ..............$70 hrs. Woods rotary cutters in stock Cattle Processor 29 ga #2 ptd white ........$77/sq EZ Trail header trailers in 26 ga ptd (lifetime wty)$105/sq East Side of Hwy 75 710/70R42 100% tread ...$1700 ‘84 Massey 294 MFD w/loader Excellent pay and benefits in- stock 26 ga galvalume ...........$83/sq*********************************** 28L-26 diamond full tread .$750 ‘77 Case 1410 cluding profit sharing. FOR SALE 600/65R28 irregs. 100% ...$545 IH 3788 1 set of 900/60 R32 combine DECATUR COUNTY - Delivery Available - 21.5L-16.1 bar tread 10p ..$400 tires on Agco rims......$7,900 FEED YARD Building Packages, OH Doors2001 Kenworth W-900L, C-15 ‘72 IH 966 w/cab 14.9R34 fwd 80% .............$300 Krause 4991 w/32’ disc, new Oberlin, Kansas Insulation, Livestock CAT, 15 sp., air ride, twin MISCELLANEOUS 18.4-30 irregulars 100% ...$325 blades Contact Kevin Equipment, Scales, Waters screw ........................$24,500 Power guide axle off Case 1994 MF 8570 combine...........1989 Freightliner 120, day Nationwide shipping 2366 .............................Coming In 785-475-2212 (prices cab, 315 Cummins, 9 sp., air Special Prices • New & Used ‘02 Case IH 2388, 2000 sep. subject to 1996 New Holland 8870 trac- change) ride, twin screw, 475,000 All sizes-major brands hrs., 4WD TIRED OF doing the same tor.........................Coming In miles ...........................$8,000 We deal ‘93 Case IH 1666 combine, thing every day? Looking for va- 2008 Sunflower 25’ land finish-1993 JD 6400, CA, MFD, 3 pt., 800-444-7209 800-451-9864 sharp riety in your work day? Check Fortress Fence er, Demo ........................Call PTO, 5,000 hrs. ........$31,500 ‘91 Case IH 1640, 3300 hrs. out our agricultural operation 35 2006 MF 5460 MFD with load- Strongest continuous1979 JD 4640, CA, quad, 3 pt., WANTED: JD 653 A, 853A, or ‘02 Case IH 1020 flex, 30’ miles NE of Manhattan. Whether er, 190 hrs..................Just In fence made. PTO, 8,800 hrs. ........$17,000 larger row crop heads, also corn ‘89 Case IH 1620 combine, you like mechanics, building, 1997 Hesston 1360 15’ disc 4, 5, 6 & 7 bars available1989 CIH 7130, CA, MFD, 3 heads. Roeder Implement, 3150 hrs. w/15’ 1020 and welding, trucking, livestock, or mower cond.............$13,900 Bigger...Stronger...Cheaper! pt., dual PTO, 18.4x42 duals . Seneca, KS. 785-336-6103. 843 cornhead crop production, we have it. Ex- 2003 Hesston 956A baler ..................................$27,500 Case IH 1054 cornhead perience all of the areas andCIH 3900, 32’ disc ......$12,500 1991 JD 653 A row crop head, ‘01 JD 2700 disk ripper w/mesh ....................$22,500 find the one you would like to Corral Materials always shedded, not used for 9 DMI Tiger Two pull type 7 More choices...Lowest prices!CIH 496, 24’ disc ..........$6,000 IH 10V ripper excel in. Housing available. 785- years, good, $4,000. Roeder shank ripper with coulters.....CIH 496, 20’ disc ..........$4,000 ‘95 GP 36’ solid stand 889- 4514, evenings. Email re- Prime & reject pipe, rods, Impl. Seneca, KS. 785-336- ....................................9,5001993 Ford L8000, 8.2 Cum- ‘04 Case IH DCX131 disk, zacx5@bluevalley.net. cable, caps, clips, springs 6103. 2002 JD 35ZTS mini excava- mins, 9 sp., twin screw w/10’ MoCo 2510 KAWASAKI mule 4x4, tor, 950 hrs. .............$25,000 and more. rock bed & snow blade .......... ‘05 Case IH RBX562 rd. baler Woods B320 20 ft. batwing ..... FULL TIME ..................................$10,000 complete engine overhaul, new ‘91 Case IH 8450 rd. baler ..................................$6,500 FARM/FEEDLOT Structural SteelA&L 650 tandem axle grain tires, $4300. 785-566-8321. ‘88 JD 920 flex head 1989 White 120 MFD, 4800 Square tubing, angles, flats, cart..............................$2,500 TRACTORS Case IH 1044 cornhead hrs., good cond........$26,500 EMPLOYEE channel, beams, sheet, plate2001 Ford Focus, 4 cyl., auto, New Case IH MX215 Case IH 1020, 15’ head New Sitrex 10 wheel rake in For diversified crops and live- and more. 120,000 miles .....Nice $3,500 New Case IH DX31 ‘96 Case IH 1020, 30’ flex stock stock feedlot. ‘99 Case IH 5400 no-til drill Buy, Sell & Trade Daily 1966 IH 806 D w/DuAl loader 2 - Case IH 5100 drills, tan- New Idea 5209 9’ disk mower 785-373-4824 WE DELIVER ★★★★ 1961 JD 4010, new paint cond.........................$12,900 Specializing In HAY EQUIPMENT dem hitch 6342 Oliver 3 bottom rollover Daytime GoBob Pipe & Steel ‘98 Case IH 955 12 row, fold- Farm Machinery H&S 12 wheel carted rake ing plow................................Call 785-373-5025 877-851-2365 For Over 30 Years! New Hesston 5556A rd. baler White 2-105, recond., new Evening www.gobobpipe.com w/net ‘98 Kinze 2210 12 row, 30” Call today for all of your paint.........................$19,900 New Hesston 2270 MoCo Case IH 900 12 row, folding machinery and auction needs. 1980 White 2-155, Cummins WANTED: FULL time/ part time NH 851 rd. baler IH 800 12 row 30’ semi mount Butterfly Supply, Inc. engine, good cond...$18,900 farm job, lots of experience. Harley Gerdes Auctions 1980 JD 510 rd. baler IH 800, 8 row 30, trailing 1982 White 2-135, overhaul, North Central, KS. 785-822- 785-828-4476 Hesston 6610 swather, sal- Hiniker 5000 cult., 8x30 new paint .................$18,900 4108. 800-249-7473 vage Hiniker 5000 cult., 8x36 or Cell 785-229-2369 Challenger MT645 MFD, 1100 • Tubing • Rods • Cable • MISCELLANEOUS Orthman 613 super sweep 12 LYNDON, KANSAS hrs. ..........................$86,000 EXPERIENCED FEEDLOT help Degelman 10’ dozer w/JD and row, 30 no-till cult., loaded • Guardrail • Clips • Visit us on the web at MF 471 MFD w/1070 loader, needed in Northwest Iowa. Must Ford mounts JD 1010 field cultivator, 28’ www.harleygerdesauctions.com like new ...................$27,900 have prior livestock feeding and * * Your Location Or Ours * * KMW 1760 loader Case IH 183 6 row 30 1989 R50 Gleaner Combine, LIVESTOCK Krause 1592 disk, 21’ animal health knowledge. Excel- New Landoll 6230 26’ disk SALVAGE RWA, Immaculate condition . lent pay and benefits for quali- FENCING SUPPLIESFACTORY DIRECT hot water New Brown 7’ tandem disc with flex head ..........$30,000 fied person. Can start immedi- www.buttersupplyflyinc.compressure washers portables or New Brown 460 tree cutter ‘80 NH TR-75 combine White 2-105 tractor............Call ately. Call 712-540-2134.stationary units at wholesale New Brown 672 tree cutter IH 1440, 1460 & 1660 com- JD 8300 drill ....................$900 binespricing. 620-583-6221. 7 1/2’ high volume buckets, fits MF 596 cab, 4WD, low hours .. HELP WANTED JD 640 loader ROSSVILLE ................................$36,000 Full time year-round positionFOR SALE: tires 24.5x32 CONSIGNED EQUIPMENTGoodyear on 10 hole Case IH IH 4-16 plow, 2 pt. hitch Truck & Tractor In Stock Degelman Bale King on cattle farm. Experience ROSSVILLE, KANSAS bale processorCall for Demo working cattle, fencing andrims, approx. 75% tread. 785- Mayrath 8x33 elec. drive auger White 120 (consigned)$20,000336-3937. Vermeer 605 Super F rd. baler 785-584-6195 9750 MF 25’ flex head....CALL running farm equipment es- sential. BINS - DRYERS - VACS4 WHEEL wagon running gear, Lawrence, KS Work references required.good heavy set approx. 15 ton. New Haven Angus785-889-4514. 785-843-8093 WANTED GRAIN legs 1000- d 913-351-1813 7000 BU capacity, 20- 100’ long, — USED IMPLEMENT — 800-654-5191 can rebuild. 785-949-2204.2000 Case IH RS 561 Fax: 785-843-1014 newfamily@Hesston 1340 MoCo Gleaner Combines newhavenangus.com DETRIXHE GRAIN Vacs- serv-JD 4850 ______________________‘95 Gleaner R72 t ‘93 R62 .......................$35,500 ‘89 R60 .......................$23,500 ‘81 L2..........................$12,500 x 18757 Jamison Road Leavenworth, Ks. ing farms and elevators since 1962. Phone 866- 327-6822. 16 TON overhead bin single Superior Impl., Inc. LM 830 cornhead adapted to 4840E Skid Loader compartment 9’ clearance, can R62 or R72 .................$3,500 0% for up to 48 months BUILDINGS - BLDG MATLS 402-879-4723 CLOSEOUTS deliver. 620-427-4200, daytime. Evening 402-879-3719 COME IN & MAKE AN OFFER New Farmtrac 555 w/ldr .......... USED BUILDING materials, SUPERIOR, NEBRASKA ON WHATEVER YOU NEED .................................$18,500 antiques, and other salvaged GRAVITY WAGONS SERVICES New Farmtrac 300 DTC w/ldr items for sale. Call 785-224- Kuhlman Impl. JD 1253A Rowhead Very EZ Trail gravity wagons, 230 Previously Owned 1127 or stop by our yard in Sil- LARRY’S PORTABLE sawmill Nice...........................$33,500 to 400 bushel Landini PF 105 w/ldr., low hrs., ver Lake on Saturday mornings. service, can come saw your LINN, KANSAS EZ Trail grain carts, 490 & 700 95 GP 2N 3010 NoTill 30 Drill warranty (Coming In) logs. 785-776-8153. 785-565- 785-348-5547 Days w/1/2 width Disconnect .......... bushel 9N Ford ........................$3,200 CUSTOM CUT Hedge posts, 2647. ..................................$22,500 New Kent Field Cultivators 8N Ford (Coming In) any size, any length. Call 785-IH 1466 with cab, 1975, has (2) 8345 Belarus w/TA26 If its not fun, Hire It Done! 93 GP 2N 3000 NoTill 30 Drill 418-4907.duals, good solid straight tractor, w/Markers .................$17,500 81 Farm Eq. Service 8345ST Belarus Kansas Recreational PropertiesTA good, 2 remotes, 1000 PTO, C/IH 8590 4x4 Baler recond..... McPherson, KS .620-241-3100 5045 Belarus w/TA26 Ldr. SMITH POSTYARD is now offering Pasture and tree clearing Call Ryan Harman at$7,650. 402-297-8750. ..................................$28,750 1-800-357-3101 Post, Staves, Poles & Rails (785) 393-1911. C/IH 3900 HP 24 1/2 Dis ......... HEDGE- CREOSOTE & CCAAN HYDROUS APPLICATOR ..................................$12,500 New Hydra Beds......In Stock SchwantTractor Pressure Treatedwith 13 coil spring shanks, has 96 JD 893 knife rolls ...$15,500 Dover, KS JEFF SMITHclosing disks and cultors, has a Tonutti 3 pt. rotary rake $5,150Raven Accu-flow system only 2 90 JD 853A .................$10,500 NH BR 780 round baler, good. 785-256-6242 PH 620-625-3439 85 JD 4650 2wd PS 3600hrs ... www.schwanttractor.com www.smithpostyard1989.comyrs old. 785-547-7765. .................................$14,750 ..................................$36,500Fairview,KS. C-IH 8465A ................$10,500 97 925 Flex ...................$6,250 JD 653A row head, rotary skid 92 JD 3970....................$7,750 New Case-IH pickup reel ........ plates, poly fingers, rock guards, Hardwood Lumber GLEANER PARTS Bale King 3010 Bale Process- ...................................$5,200 chains adjusted, good paint, Oak & Cottonwood FOR SALE 1988 7120 MFD .........$26,995 or.................................$9,850 $4500. 785-979-2411.M - L3 - N6 - R62 - 72 new NH No. 664 twine & net .....$8, For trailers, decks, horse stalls, ALTERNATIVE HEAT JD 9600 3400S hrs $36,500and used salvaged parts. Re- 1989 846 Versatile 3 pt., du- 986 IHC tractor repainted 3 construction, fencing, etc. SYSTEMS Duetz Allis 6265 4WD C/A .......maned hydros, radiators, alter- als ............................$23,500 year ago, 70% tires, low hours, HIGH EFFICIENCY HEAT ..................................$14,500 CUSTOM CUT TO ANY SIZEnators, sprockets and shafts. good condition, $9,500 obo. SYSTEMSNew belts, Hillside raddles, Sunflower 6432 36 Soil Condi- WINCHELL’S, INC. 785-736-2781. Also kiln dried hardwoods tioner .........................$13,500 Phillipsburg, KS 785-543-2118 RADIANT HEATcylinder bars, elevator chains, Sunflower 1431 25 Disk .......... 22X6’ BLAIR open top, good CAN CUT YOUR LOGS SPECIALISTSetc. At reduced prices. Also ....................................$8,500 rubber, $750. 785-589-2556.various size headers. Kansas • Individual Homeowners Soilmover 7yrd Dirt scraper ..... • Agricultural Solutions LOREN BLAZEK ....................................$5,750 WANTED Hardwoods, Inc. • Large commercial Size IH 5488 motor weak......$6,750 SOMEONE Belvue KS Operations Belleville, KS. JD 260 Ldr ....................$3,200 WITH DOZER 785-729-3495, Shop 1953 FERGUSON T30 great 785-456-8141 • Taylor Woodfired, hot 785-527-7130, Residence condition, $2,750. 785-539- To do work on terraces and water furnaces 785-556-8952 Mobile Rottinghaus Equip. 9200. 785-556-0300. in timber for two weeks. • Munchkin high efficiency Beattie, KS 785-353-2525 or MANURE SPREADER 1570 785-562-6272 FOAM INSULATION gas furnaces2003 NEW Holland BR750 • Also Sentinel and SentrusShedded, New Sledge Gears 620-338-6388 Case International, $6,000. 785- The Icynene Insulation JD 630 22 2" Disc. Blades 21"- building dealerand Bearings 2008. Excellent 255-4652. System™ Metal Bldgs. — 21 1/2" Good paint, shedded. Homes Call us for free estimatesCondition. 785-207-1386 day; $11,000 obo.(785)200-1131. FOR SALE x785-665-7544 night. 800-334-3626 and questions 1044 Case IH cornhead 1982 JD 7720 Combine, 2060+ Healthier, Quieter, More Martin Heating SALVAGING COMBINES Energy Efficient.™N5, N7, L, L2, M, F, G, C, CII, 900 Case IH planter, 6x36 hrs, 220 Flex head, 920 Flex MID-AMERICAN SALES, INC. Specialists head, 643 Corn Head, 400 buAII, A&E, K Gleaner. 6620, Limited Supply Onaga, KS grain cart, 1974 GMC 2T Truck,7720, 8820, 7700, 6600, 4400, Hay Accumulators ROSSVILLE, KANSAS WW 24 Stock Trailer. Sell STEEL BUILDING 785-889-43403300, 105, 95, 55, JD. 915, Forks For Small Square Bales piecemeal or all $31,300/ OBO. INVENTORY SALE1480, 1460, 1420, 815 IHC. & NH Bale Wagons 785-528-4993 785-806-1707. I-Beam Construction860, 760, 750, 510, 410, 300 785-584-6587 Easy Bolt-Up Design MOBILE HOMESMassey. Several black and or- “Call Us Before You Buy”ange Gleaner cornheads. 2007 ASV Scout SC-50 tracked EMPLOYMENT 40x65, 60x90, 100x150 DRY CREEK utility vehicle, nearly new, only Many Others Available 1985 LIBERTY, 16x80, 3 bed- Jack Boyle FARMS & SUPPLY 28 hrs, cab and heater, auxiliary FARM/ FEEDLOT employee rooms, 2 bath, ready to move, Vermillion Hesston, KS hydraulics, $22,900. 785-979- full or part time located in North (800) 369-3882 must sell, $5,000 OBO. Call785-382-6848 785-564-0511 620-327-2183, Ask for Joe 2411. Central Kansas. 785-278-3185. www.toplinebuildings.com 785-608-8804.
  • 15. Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008 Page 31 PETSAKC SEALED champion siredchocolate lab female pups, just WANTED WANT LOW Boy trailer to haul D-7 Cat; Want 48’ to 53’ floor Decisions to be made now forin time for hunting season. Con-tact www.redcedarlabs.com orcall 785-466-6055. trailer to haul hay. 785-857- 3894. 785-336-1539. Medicare prescription drug plansAustralian Shepherd Puppies DAMAGED Medicare prescription drug plans are changing for There are several ways you can enroll in a Medicare 2009. Five drug plans will no longer be available and one drug plan: at the Medicare web site www.medicare.gov,ASCA/ ASDR/ NSDR. Merles GRAIN new plan has been added making forty-eight drug plans call the plan (phone numbers are in the back of the 2009and Black Tri. Out of working Kansans can choose from for 2009. If your plan is one of Medicare and You booklet), call 1-800-Medicare-1-800-633-parents. 785-200-0487 after WANTED the five not offered in 2009, enroll in a new plan to be sure 4227, or have a SHICK counselor assist you. When you en-3:30 PM. ANYWHERE you have drug coverage. roll in a new plan, it will automatically stop your old plan8 COYOTE dogs for sale. 785- Each year the open enrollment for Medicare prescrip- as of January 1, 2009.337-2756. We buy damaged tion drug plans is November 15, to December 31. During To reach a SHICK counselor, call the Kansas SHICK corn and beans, the open enrollment, anyone eligible for Medicare can hotline at 1-800-860-5260. They can connect you with aGREAT PYRENEES males/ fe-males 8 weeks. 785-396-4366. any condition enroll for the first time or change their plan. counselor in your area. The Area Agency on Aging can -wet or dry- If you are currently enrollment in a Medicare drug also provide names of SHICK counselors in your area.BORDER COLLIE puppies, plan, the plan must send you a notice of changes in pre- SHICK counselors for Saline and Ottawa counties are including damaged silo corn.$50. 620-344-0172. miums and coverage for 2009. So if you have received a Mary Lou Odle, Extension Agent, (785) 309-5850, Donna TOP DOLLAR! packet of information from your plan, open and read it. Hansen, (785) 825-0958, Milt Roth, (785) 827-1664, and Char- WANTED Check for changes in premium, deductible, and if your lotte Johnson, (785) 392-2882. We have vacs and trucks. drugs are still on the formulary. The majority of drug If you like the drug plan you had in 2008 and want toWANTED: GRINDER mixer, CALL RANDY OR HEIDI plans show a premium increase for 2009. Some have a stay with it for 2009, you do not have to do anything if themust have little wear. Prefer NH substantial increase. A listing of all the drug plans for plan is offered in 2009.354 or similar model. 316-283- NORTHERN AG Kansas can be found at the Central Kansas Extension Dis- Open enrollment for Medicare Advantage plans, or1016. SERVICE, INC. trict website: www.centralkansas.ksu.edu. Medicare C starts November 15. Medicare Advantage WE BUY IMMATURE 800-205-5751 In 2009 the maximum deductible for a Medicare drug plans are health plans offered by private companies that "GREEN" SOYBEANS plan is $295. Several plans are available with zero de- replace your Medicare A and B coverage and your•We will pay you the highest ductible. Medicare supplement plan. price. MISCELLANEOUS The “gap” or “donut hole” for 2009 is from $2,700 to Medicare Advantage premiums are often smaller than•Picked up at your farm or WANTED: GUITARS, Basses, $6,153.75. That means when the total cost of your drugs — Medicare supplement premiums. With Medicare Advan- storage facility. amplifiers, effects etc. working what you have paid and what the drug plan has paid — tage plans, you are responsible for co-payments for doc-•We have vacs & equipment to or not. 1980’s and older. Cash equals $2,700, you start to pay full price for your drugs. tors, lab tests, and hospitals and other services. Some load it out. paid, anything considered. Call No plan offers coverage for brand name drugs in the gap, Medicare Advantage plans include a drug plan, others do•Aggressive prices and imme- 785-293-5258 evenings ; email but several plans offer coverage for generic drugs in the not. Many plans have increased co-payments and maxi- diate payment. kevinm@twinvalley.net•We also buy damaged wheat, gap. mum yearly out of pocket expenses. Always check that corn, soybeans, milo and FOR SALE: Aero-motor Wind- To determine which of the 48 plans will cover your your doctor and hospital will accept the Medicare Advan- feed products in any condi- mill tower. 785-337-2755. drugs at the least cost to you and be accepted at your tage plan before you sign up. tion. (2) 2200 gallon fuel tanks on pharmacy, you must compare plans. When you are on Medicare, it is wise to compare your•Poor quality, moldy, odor, low skids; (1) 560 gallon on skids; There are several ways to compare plan, but they all drug plans and other health insurance coverage each test weight, etc. (1) 2,000 gallon. 785-466-2265. use the Medicare Drug Plan finder on the web. Go to year. Remember, just because your friend has a certain Call MGM Marketing at 10” CRAFTSMAN table saw 8 www.medicare.gov and click on 2009 drug plans. Or call plan and likes it, that plan may not be the best one for PH# 800-214-7788 years old; 16’ fiberglass over- 1-800-Medicare and a Medicare counselor will assist you. Talk to your kids or grandkids. They can help you head garage door with hard- you. Another option is to call a SHICK counselor (Senior compare plans at www.medicare.gov. Make any changesGRAVITY BOX approx. 200 ware, used. 785-524-4882. Health Insurance Counselor for Kansas). When you do, by early December so you have the new plan informationbushel. 620-767-5339. 620-635-4067. Chain Saws for sale: McCull- have a list of your of drugs along with the name of your by January 1, 2009. ough, Stihl, Honeline. All work- current plan and your Medicare card. WE BUY LOW QUALITY GRAIN & FEED• We will pay you the highest price. ing. 785-845-4300. To compare, look at the total annual cost of the plan not just the monthly premiums. Also check if there are any restrictions such as pre-authorization, quantity lim- its, or step therapy. AUCTION SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22 — 10:00 AM• Picked up at your farm or storage facility. 2016 Strong Ave, MANHATTAN, KS• We have vacs & equipment to load it out.• Aggressive prices and imme- diate payment. AUCTION SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22 — 9:00 AM Tuttle Creek Blvd to Allen Rd, then South on Strong Ave CAR 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass Cier- ra, 128,000, 6 cyl automatic, FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD Wooden captain’s chair, cedar chest, wood storage cabinet,• Satisfaction Guaranteed. No good condition. what-not shelves, recliner, *or- surprises. 627 Market Street — PORTIS, KANSAS nate platform rocker, night- ANTIQUES/COLLECTIBLES• Damaged wheat, corn, soy- FURNITURE Light Fixtures; Old Fishing Hewes and Son pump organ, stand, fern stand, sectional beans, milo or feed products Equipment; Adv. Thermometer; *eagle claw organ seat, *singer love seat w/dual recliner, ANTIQUES-PRIMITIVES-COL- in any condition. Poor quality, LECTIBLES: Dolls; Strawberry Old Toy Wooden Car; CI Pots; treadle sewing machine, coon- *china hutch, *curio cabinet, mold, odor, low test weight, Shortcake Lunch Pail and Oth- Old Tools; RR Oil Cans; Old skin coats for man and woman, *1930’s walnut drop-leaf table, etc. ers w/Thermoses; Hot Wheels Trunk; Old Pictures; License large asst pocket knives, hunt- rocker recliner, foot stool, Call MGM Marketing at Cases w/Hot Wheel Toys; Ertyl Plates; Old Car Lights; Old Car ing knives w/ sheaves, 1940’s America Ware stainless steel Ph# 800-214-7788 Toys; Marble King Marbles Manuals; Old Banks; Cigarette tapestry, *many whiskey de- cookware, Zenith 40" TV, VCR, (MIP); Matchbox Toys (MIP); Lit- Lighters; Silverware Set; Oak canters including: 1872 Grant DVD player, 5 disk CD chang-WANT TO buy 10’ offset disk, tle Golden Books; Tella Tale Hanging Clock; Quilt Top; engine(2); McCormick Jupiter er, speakers, floor lamps, Sethgood shape. 816-632-8600. Books; Books by Willa Cather, Wooden Box; Old Books; Pot- engine; VW bug; 56 Chevy; Thomas wall clock, fabric Louisa Mae Allcott; Silhouette tery Vases; Metronome; Old Mercedes; JR Ewing; VIP steamer, Dustbuster, misc pots Adv. Picture (Dukewits Mt. Co., Cookie Cutters; Crock Bowl; Old Stein; and more, Russian col- and pans, 6 place setting Games; 1901 JD Plow Co. FARM EQUIPMENT/PERSONAL PROPERTY Natoma, KS); Pfaltzgraff Play Ledger; Rock Island Train Lines lector’s plates, china plates, china, custard dishes, cake Set; New Blue Willow; Stamp plate frames, teapot collection, pedestal, water glasses, Cuck- AUCTION SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22 — 10:00 AM Books; Wizard of Oz Cookbook; Avon Cape Cod in Boxes; Maps; Fancywork; Hankies; Valentines; Comic Books; Hall- Book; Sattley Walking Plows Canvas Adv.; Hall Teapot; Army Uniforms; Old Train Calendars; Stationary Wheels; Barn Trolley; ruby red cookie jar, amber car- nival glass, *orange carnival glass, J & G Meakin bowl, hens on nests, guardian ware coffee oo clock, eagle clock, stage- coach lamp clock, deer clock, shadow boxes, porthole clock, quilt rack, picture frames, wine mark Keepsake Ornaments; Anvil Vise; Copper Boiler; CI pot, guardian ware roaster, 8721 SW 69th, AUBURN, KANSAS Kettle; CI Boiler; Small Station- glasses (set of 12), 7 1/2 x 5 Old Feed sacks; 1944 Smith summer palace plates, Iranian 1/2 floor rug, decorative doorDirections: Take Auburn Road to SW 69th St., go 1/4 mi. WEST Center High School Class ary Motor; SinClair Oil Can; china tea set, blue willow chil- Tractor Tool Boxes; Old Farm mats, decorative door stops,To location Photo; Postcards; Dryden dren’s tea set, Iron Stone Implement Photos; Push Lawn Pillsbury dough-boy calendar,FARM EQUIPMENT SELLING: Ford 4000 tractor, (gas) with allied Horse (adv. Paul’s Café Smith teapot and platter, tea crock, Mower; Baseball Gloves; Metz two 5’ Rubbermaid storageloader, Model H Farmall/with loader, Massey Harris “JR”, needs Center, KS); Merona Glass; Iranian brass toothpick holder, Avon; Paperweights; Coca Cola Beer Banks; Egg Scale; Tin wardrobes, facsimile machine,repairs, John Deere Model 410 Baler, great shape, 6 Ft. King Kutter elephant themed collectibles, Christmas Ornaments; Cups Tractor Seats; Tire Ashtrays; many nice music boxes, deco- Niagara heat/massage pad,Bush Hog, John Deere Bush Hog (5 ft.), John Deere pull sprayer,McCormick 990 hay conditioner, John Deere Sickle mower, 5 ft and Saucers; Yesterday’s Child Child’s Tin Doll Dishes; Large CI rative bottle collection, horse board games, pet hair clipper,blade, 2 axle hay wagon, stock tanks, 2-300 gal fuel tanks/with Ornaments; Stereoviewer Kettle; Forge Blower; Hay Grap- shoes, thimbles, hurricane talking fireman cookie jar.stands, 12 Ft. WW Stock trailer, section harrow, spring tooth har- Cards and Stereoscopes; ple; CI Dog Boot Scraper; Small lamp, brush and comb set, Mc- LAWN & SHOProw, Calf feeder, hay rake, fence wire, etc. 1958 , Chevy Viking 40- Teapots; Misc. Banks (Caldwell CI Cow; Trumpet; Old Ford Donalds pound puppies, Cali- Florescent shop lights, wood1.5 ton flat bed with dump body, 1987 Chevy Scottsdale 1 ton dual- State Bank, Wichita Federal Wrenches and Other Wrench- fornia raisins, duck themed col-ly. 105K miles, 454 motor, 4 speed, runs great!, 1979 Ford F- plane skill saw, jack stands, Savings, Arkansas Valley State, es; Hide Scale; Frederic Rem- lectibles, ceramic Snow White multiple wet/dry vacs, various150/with camper shell (newer motor) , Troy Built MUSTANG RZT etc); Hull Pottery Pieces ( W10- ington Book; Coke Glasses; and Seven Dwarves, ceramicmower, Less than a 1 yr old!, Yardman 20 hp 52î cut riding mower, walnut lumber, shop bench w/ 11”, H15-12”, W4-61/2 “, 516-4 Tootsie Toys; Washtub; Cream chamber pot, German pipe, in- 5" vise, pipe wrenches, miscOriginal Cub Cadet mower, Montgomery Wards Sig 200 ridingmower. 3/4”, W3-5 1/2 “, W61, H1-5 Can; Barbie Doll and Suitcase; cense burner, German tin box, hand tools, hand saws, crafts- 1/2”, 47-0”); Pepsi Adv.;Nice Old Smurf Glasses; Watkins Pie Gone with the Wind music man electric scroll saw, boatSHOP TOOLS, ETC: Lincoln electric welder, Electric winch, acety- Photo Album w/ Photos and Plate; Kenner Toys (NIB); Duke boxes, *Madam Alexanderlene torches/with bottles, newer radial and skill saws,3 table saws, anchors, boat ladder, metal Inkwell & Stationary Holder; of Hazard Case, Boss Hogg Gone with the Wind Barbie dollDrill Press, New water pressure/pump, Electric hoist, chain hoist, Photo Albums w/ Photos (some patio chairs, wire milk crates, Dolls (NIB), Ertyl The Duke of collection (original packages),block & tackle, chain saws, Craftsman 2100 generator, 110 Volt Air military); Fauna Set of 6 Stanly whetstone, hand drill press, Hazard Cars (NIB); GI Joe small ceramic Gone with theCompressor, Chicago 12” mitre saw, Great selection of hand tools, drill bits, heavy-duty floor jack,all types, 1995 Maximum inboard/outboard ski boat with 3 liter LX Gibbons Stamps; Perry’s Musi- Pocket Patrol Packs; Crosley Wind figurines,* china dolls, cal Magazine; Large Tin Type *porcelain dolls, *German dolls, pair metal saw horses,Mericruiser motor/with trailer, Mirro Craft 14 Ft. aluminum boat/ Radio; Glass Angel Food Cake; planters/pots, 8’ windmill,trailer, 2 man pontoon fishing boat/trailer and many small items. Picture; The Gunfighters Book; Red Enamel Cookware; Char- *many other dolls, *wooden doll Bloomington Telephone Stocks crib, misc doll accessories, wheelbarrow, shovels, light-GUNS SELLING: Browning “Sweet 16”, Stevens Model 59B, 410 coal Iron; Old Halloween Masks and Others; Lots of Nice Old *child’s wooden rocker, *toy weight hand truck, heated petGa., bolt action, Savage 410 Ga./22 Cal. over/under, J.C. Higgins and Costume; Miniature Pencil Postcards (RR and Cowboy); motorcycles, cast-iron train on waterers, lawn edging, seeder,Model 20-12 Ga. Mod pump, Winchester “Buffalo Bill Sharpeners;2 x 8’6” Stained Aladdin Lamp; 6 gal. Crock; Na- track, HO scale Kasiner Hob- stepstools, lawn sprinklers,Commemorative” 30/30, like new, Remington Model 725, Glass Piece w/ Clark etched on tional Cash Register; US Cal- it;3 gal. Redwing Crock Churn; bies trains in boxes, N scale tractor lawn sprinkler, yard30.06/with Leupold Scope, J.C. Higgins Model 31, 22 cal./withscope. Several boxes of shotgun shells and other shooting sup- vary Horse Tack; Military Items; 15 gal. Western Crock; Old Evening star complete train set tools, patio glider, birdhouses,plies. Glass front gun case. Lustreware; Old Train Paper Table Lamp; Old Army Rifle in wooden box, N scale The yard art, 24 volt battery charg- Memorabilia; Gun and Ammo (1932) w/ Bayonet; Jewelry;Pin- Valley Flyer train in box, Con- er, 2-4-6 foot step ladders, 3HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: Antique maple butcher block 30”X30”x16”, Pamphlets; CI Toy Binder; Jew- Cor switcher set, railroad loaded tackle boxes, fishingantique oak table/2 leaves, 4 oak chairs, 2 recliners, Newer backs (Buick, Studebaker, elry; Steam Whistle; Antique Case, Success Manure lantern, 1800’s astrology book. equipment.Kenmore Washer/dryer, oak dresser, working TVs, 3 entertainment Musical Photo Album; Cobaltcenters, several freezers, sewing machine, Antique Horse Hanes, Spreader and Others ; Farm AND MUCH MORE NOT LISTED HERE. *Denotes pictures Blue Oil Lamp ; Implement Machinery Trade Cards; DenverVitamaster Treadmill, wood burning stove, shelving, end tables, available on our website http://home.wamego.net/seeleauc-Antique solid copper large bowl with handles, small desk, old Seats; Cow Bells; Wood Radios Rio Grand Western RR Phone; tionwooden high chair, misc household and kitchen items. (3 Floor Models); Rifle and Shotgun Boxes; Brass Hanging LOTS OF NEW ITEMS AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Great chance for Christmas Gifts,FOOD AND BEVERAGES WILL BE AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT very clean items. Excellent assortment of collectibles andTHE AUCTION LORENE TATKENHORST dolls.Note: a 10% buyers premium will apply to all items selling. SALE CONDUCTED BY:Please bid according. TERMS: Cash or valid check with proper ID, no credit cards. WOLTERS AUCTION & REALTY Box 68, 627 Market St. • Portis, KS 67474 ID required for bidding number. Statements made day of saleTHE REAL ESTATE WILL SELL AT 12 NOON. DETAILS AND take precedence over printed material. Not responsible forPICTURES ON THE WEBSITE AT: Phone No. Office: 785-346-2071 • Home: 785-346-2524 accidents. Lunch by Wanda’s Country Kitchen. WWW.SANDERSAUCTIONS.COM Toll-Free: 866-346-2071 • Cell: 785-545-7097 SANDERS AUCTIONS email: wauction@ruraltel.net OWNER: HELEN LIVENGSTON website: www.woltersauctionandre.com Ivan Seele, Auctioneer Fred Nelson 5120 SW 28th, Topeka, KS 66614 Col. Jim Wolters, Broker & Auctioneer 785-271-0370 or 785-633-8578 785-636-5390 785-776-6351 Col. Rich Fairbanks, Assisting Auctioneer
  • 16. Page 32 Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008Observe bulls closely during breeding season The fall-breeding season is upon us, and that means herd next year’s calf crop,” Selk said.managers need to keep an eye on bulls to make certain Also, some bulls can wear out from heavy service andcows are being bred. lose interest in mating. These animals must be replaced as Occasionally, a bull that has passed a breeding sound- soon as possible.ness exam may have difficulty serving cows in heat, espe- “The greater the number of cows allotted to each bull incially after heavy service, cautions Glenn Selk, Oklahoma the breeding pasture, the more critical it is that every bullState University Cooperative Extension cattle specialist. be ready to work every day of the breeding season,” Selk “In terms of calf-crop percent, the inability of a bull to said.complete normal service and low fertility are more detri- In addition, injuries to bulls during the breeding seasonmental than failure to detect cows in heat,” he said. “Such are not uncommon.problems can best be detected by observing bulls while “When a bull becomes lame or incapable of breedingthey work.” In other words, cattle producers should protect because of injury to his reproductive tract, the animal needstheir investment by watching bulls actually mate with cows to be removed from the breeding pasture and replaced withduring the first part of each breeding season. another herd sire,” Selk said. “If problems are apparent, there is time to replace the Additional information on bull management is availablebull and salvage the remainder of the breeding season and at http://beefextension.com on the Internet.New Mycomune® approved for calves It was the first time he’d been at an Irvine Ranch Sim- The U.S. Department R has a withdrawal peri- the neck, followed by two call 1-800-542-8916 or con- mental Bull Sale at Manhattan, but Troy Turnbull ofof Agriculture (USDA) has od of only 21 days. Recom- subsequent doses at two tact your local AgriLabs Frankfort carefully inspected the offering before start ofgranted approval of Myco- mended use for Myco- to four week intervals. representative. the recent auction.mune® R, a vaccine to mune R is an initial vacci- For more informationhelp prevent respiratory nation of 2 mL adminis- about new Mycomune R,disease in calves caused tered subcutaneously in visit www.AgriLabs.com,by Mycoplasma bovis.This new vaccine, whichcontains antigens againstfour economically impor-tant strains of M. bovis,can be administered tobeef and dairy calves asyoung as three weeks ofage. Mycomune R was de-veloped by CEVA Bio-mune, a manufacturer ofvaccines for animals, andis being marketed exclu-sively in the UnitedStates by AgriLabs. Mycomune R containsthe same four highly im-munogenic protectivestrains found in the cur-rent Biomune Co. productMycomune, which hasbeen available for threeyears and is the onlyUSDA-approved vaccine Steve and Wesley Zenger of Haddam in Washingtonfor the prevention andcontrol of mastitis caused County visited with Bernard Irvine about the bull offer-by Mycoplasma bovis in ing before start of the annual Irvine Ranch Simmentalmature cows. Mycomune Bull Sale at Manhattan. AUCTION SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15 — 9:33 AM 1526 Quail Road — CHAPMAN, KANSAS FARM & SHOP Custom Deluxe 20 pickup 20’ gooseneck stock trailer; EQUIPMENT & w/flatbed; MF round baler manure spreader; Case 4 MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Model 1560; JD cycle bottom semi-mount plow; IHC Model 5288 diesel trac- mower; 3 pt. Continental IHC Model 46 baler; NH tor w/cab/Ezee-On loader post hole digger; 9’ wheel haybine Model 495 Model 2100; 3020 JD diesel disc; white Dancom disc swather; IHC McCormick 5 tractor w/Model 48 loader; Model 250; AC Gleaner bar side delivery rack; load- 66093 S-E Super M Farmall Model M combine; 12’ 3 pt. ing chute; 2 1/2” pipe long w/power steering/live springtooth; drag harrow; lengths; round bale feeders; power- hyd. 3 pt; 1 1/2 ton slide in stock rack; 16 - 8 JD cattle panels; fuel barrel; Chevrolet C-60 truck w/lift drill; old Van Blunt drill; round alfalfa hay bales; hay hoist; 1980 4WD Scottsdale Gleaner combine for parts; rack load of miscellaneous 20 pickup; 1978 4W drive Kelly Ryan 8’ feed wagon; items and shop tools. DUE TO OUR HEALTH AND OUR AGE, WE WILL BE QUITTING FARMING AND SELLING OUR PROPERTY. Clerk/Cashier: Auction Company. Announcements made day of sale take precedence over printed material. Lunch served. SELLER: MR. & MRS. DEAN HOFFMAN “Be Wise”...Select ALLYN THOMPSON & RON SHIVERS AUCTION CO. 120 NE 14TH ST., P.O. BOX 356, ABILENE, KS 67410 PHONE: (785) 263-7488 • FAX: (785) 263-1973 EMAIL: rsrealty@ikansas.com Visit our website: www.rsrealtyandauction.com
  • 17. Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008 Page 33 Personality characteris- they have high standards of demands, when they feel tics are more pronounced performance, they rarely misunderstood, when they By Val Farmer during stressful times. recognize or comment on feel let down by someone. A typical farmer or ranch- the efforts of others unless Potential for conflict, impa- Rural Life er personality profile. Most farmers or ranchers and their spouses would agree with this description of it is truly exceptional. Farmers and ranchers tend toward a “doom and gloom” appraisal of the fu- tience, and misunderstand- ings increases during a tough harvest. They don’t meet their own expecta- themselves: hard workers, ture. They are not generally tions, when they make a Fall weather poses conservative decision-mak- open to new ideas unless mistake, when they feel like ers, practical, orderly, or- they are practical, realistic they’ve failed. Perfection- major stress for farmers ganized, matter-of-fact, re- and related to his or her ist, focused and driven alistic, and dependable. current mode of operation. farmers expect a lot of Weather is the greatest looking at small windows of tiveness has to match the in- They feel a strong sense of They may not see the signif- themselves and can blametest of a farmer’s manage- opportunity to get their creased ground speed at duty. They value belonging icance of changing times, themselves excessively.ment. Farmers do every- crops off. The corn is wet which they are traveling. and contributing. They are outside forces or new devel- For more information onthing according to the and winter is coming. This Farmers can turn the radio patient with routine and de- opments. parenting teenagers, visitweather, from the spring of is no small thing in the Mid- on to block out thinking tail. Success comes because Farmers under stress. Val Farmer’s website atthe year until after the har- west and upper Midwest. time. Farmers need an of their ability to be persist- What kinds of situations are www.valfarmer.com.vest. The weather deter- So how do farmers cope extra sense of awareness of ent and conscientious. most stressful for farmers Consider a Christmas giftmines the priorities of the with the stress of weather? the space around them and Farmers and ranchers or ranchers with this per- of Dr. Farmer’s books. For aday. A farmer’s judgment The weather isn’t an enemy. the technology they are focus on the “here and now” sonality profile? They feel special holiday price, “Tomatters. Margins are too It is what it is. Though using. problems and expect the fu- stressed out when: their Have and To Hold,” can bethin for bad decisions. That stressful, winning the battle Sheer fatigue. Farms ture to take care of itself. plans are blocked, when purchased for $9.95 plusis stress. The only time it with weather brings feel- have grown in size to the They have a need to be in things don’t go right, when $3.95 for shipping and han-doesn’t matter is when he is ings of satisfaction and ac- point where farm operators control and take control of there are too many dead- dling from JV Publishing,all caught up and that isn’t complishment. It validates push past their physical situations when they can. lines. Harvest pressures fit LLC, P.O. Box 886, Cassel-often. a farmer’s skill. limits. They trust their own judg- this profile. ton, ND 58012. Late season rains have There are some things to Solution: Change opera- ment and analysis. They are they are confronted with Val Farmer is a clinicaladded severe stress to what watch for when fall harvest tors or pull over and take a independent almost to a economic uncertainty, when psychologist specializing inhas otherwise been a good is beset with weather prob- short nap. Eat nutritious fault. they lack control, when they family business consultationgrowing year. Farmers are lems: worry, haste, fatigue meals. Take away the coffee Some common weakness- can’t correct the problem, and mediation with farmon edge with anxiety and and frustration. cup and the poor diet that es. Every set of strengths when the risks are great. families. He lives in Wild-impatience about getting Task complexity and goes with long hours. For has its flip side. The same Quality of the crop affects wood, Missouri and can betheir crops out. The harvest worry. Accidents happen late evening work, a second qualities that serve farmers financial prospects. contacted through his web-is slow and farmers are when farmers attempt a meal late at night adds en- well in their profession can They are faced with con- site. complicated task with se- ergy. cause problems for them- flict or confrontation, when © 2008 The Preston Con-Kansan places quential steps while preoc- cupied with other matters. Anger and frustration. Being angry and frustrated selves and others close to them. Family members of a there are too many people nection Feature Serviceat nationals Solution: Postpone worry until later. Use mental dis- takes energy. Trying to sup- press anger and hostility farmer or rancher see some of these negative character- Trevor Ashcraft, Mayet- cipline to focus on the here takes energy. istics more than they wouldta, recently competed at the and now. Solution: Farmers need like.Quarterhorse Congress in Haste. Today’s high pow- an outlet to discuss and Farmers and ranchersColumbus, Ohio in the jun- ered tractors and combines process their anger. Decide take a lot for granted. Theyior college horse judging di- travel at double the speeds to deal with certain matters are known to be critical,vision. Trevor is a member of ten or 15 years ago. Farm- later. This decision removes sarcastic or impatient. Theyof the Blackhawk East col- ers can be lulled by their the need to be agitated and tend to overwork while hav-legiate horse judging team. own thoughts while travel- angry at the moment, know- ing difficulty with leisureBlackhawk East is located ing at these higher rates of ing that the issue will be and relaxation. They have ain Kewanee, Illinois. The speed. dealt with in a timely fash- hard time expressing loveBlackhawk teams placed Solution: Operator atten- ion. or appreciation. Becausefirst and third in the junior LAND AUCTIONcollege division. Ashcraftindividually placed third inperformance, seventh inhalter, tenth in reasons andhe was named the third-high individual overall THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20 — 7:00 PMearning a scholarship SALE LOCATION: Abilene Civic Center (Old Depot), 201 NW 2ndaward and several gift cer- ABILENE, KANSAS 67410tificates. Ashcraft’s interest in 160 ACRES, MORE OR LESS: SW 1/4 S19-T14-R04, Dickinson Co., Kansas.horse judging was piqued 3 Tracts. Open House on Tract 1 (Homesite): Sunday, Nov. 16, 2 to 4 PM.during his 4-H career. Mrs.Dyann Parks served as the See last week’s Grass & Grain for complete details & pictures.4-H horse leader. She intro- Clerk/Cashier: Auction Company. Announcements made day of sale take precedence overduced horse judging to the printed material.Jackson County class at thetime. At ten years of age, SELLER: MR. & MRS. DEAN HOFFMANTrevor delivered his firstset of reasons to Mrs. Parks. “Be Wise”...Select RON SHIVERS REALTY & AUCTION CO. At the age of eighteen,he was named the High In- Ron Shivers, Broker/Auctioneerdividual in reasons at the 120 NE 14TH ST., P.O. BOX 356, ABILENE, KS 67410National FFA convention. Horse judging has netted PHONE: (785) 263-7488 • FAX: (785) 263-1973Ashcraft scholarship funds EMAIL: rsrealty@ikansas.comnearing the $10,000 mark to Visit our website: www.rsrealtyandauction.comdate.
  • 18. Page 34 Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008Kansas Farm Bureau members set 2009 policy direction Farmers and rancher ing delegates re-elected Farm Bureau delegates said Baccus. “If direct be carried to the Ameri- their counterparts frommembers of the state’s Ottawa County grain on Friday, Nov. 7, Kansas payments are going away, can Farm Bureau Federa- other states in a similarleading agriculture advo- farmer Steve Baccus to a Farm Bureau president if conservation and ener- tion resolutions process consensus-building exer-cacy organization have two-year term as presi- Steve Baccus scanned the gy debates are going to through the end of the cise at the AFBF Annualreached consensus on dent of the organization. agricultural, economic dominate farm policy — year and voting delegates Meeting in January intheir 2009 public policy The delegates also re- and political horizon and our organization needs to from Kansas will join San Antonio.roadmap and selected elected George Pretz, encouraged the Farm Bu- lead that discussion.”their leadership. Miami County; Bob reau faithful to remain The heart of the More than 400 Farm Voegele, Cowley County; engaged. Kansas Farm Bureau an-Bureau voting delegates, Jerry McReynolds, Rooks “Budget pressures will nual meeting is the dele-representing each of the County; John Stegman, drive the agenda in Wash- gate resolution process.state’s 105 counties gath- Ford County and Linda ington for the foreseeable The policy resolutionsered in Manhattan Nov. 6- Franklin, Sherman Coun- future. The political will adopted by voting dele-8 for the 90th Annual ty, to positions on the to sustain direct pay- gates in Manhattan willMeeting of Kansas Farm Kansas Farm Bureau ments to farmers simply become KFB’s 2009 policyBureau. Board of Directors. may not exist when we roadmap for agriculture The Farm Bureau vot- In his message to the write the next farm bill,” advocacy efforts before local planning and zoning boards, county commis- Elegant, endangered birds now in Kansas sions, the state legisla- ture and the U.S. Con- The whooping cranes are back. Each refuge until further notice. gress. The resolutions ap-year, some of these birds — the largest Approximately 260 whoopers will mi- proved at the KFB Annu-and rarest of North American cranes — grate from Wood Buffalo National Park in al Meeting are the result make a stop in central Kansas, at the Canadian Northwest Territories to of a yearlong grassrootsCheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area, near Aransas National Wildlife Refuge on the effort, involving inputGreat Bend, or Quivira National Wildlife Gulf Coast of Texas this fall. This takes from county Farm Bureau members throughoutRefuge, about 30 miles south of Cheyenne them directly through the center of the Kansas.Bottoms. Central Flyway, offering Kansas wildlife The Farm Bureau vot- Currently, officials at both sites are re- watchers an opportunity to see one of the ing delegates adopted Pat and Lois O’Shea of Hoyt have been "most happy"porting the presence of whoopers. rarest birds in the world. language aimed at ensur- with the bulls they’ve purchased in the past from theCheyenne Bottoms staff reported eight Officials with the Kansas Department ing the availability of Irvine Ranch and bought new Simmental sires in thebirds on Nov. 4, and an undetermined of Wildlife and Parks and the U.S. Fish credit, expanding export firm’s recent annual production sale at the Manhattannumber of birds have been reported at and Wildlife Service will monitor the markets, encouraging eco- sale barn. nomic stability and cre-Quivira as well as another small group birds’ movements and lift hunting restric- ation of a tax structureseveral miles south. As a result, CheyenneBottoms has closed the hunting of sand- tions once they are certain the whoopers have moved south. For current informa- that considers the specif- Can you afford not to have a ic needs of farmers andhill cranes and white geese on the area’s tion on Cheyenne Bottoms, phone (620) other small businesses. Sioux hoop shelter?firing line until further notice. Quivira has 793-3066. For information on Quivira, The national farm poli-suspended all hunting on the national phone (620) 486-2393. cy resolutions approved by the KFB delegates will It’s not what it costs, it’s what it SAVES! University studies show that bales left uncovered deteriorate from 16.87% to 24.10% in a year’s time. Based on a conservative cost of hay at $40 per ton, over a 15 yr. expected life span of a hoop shelter: • A 36’ X 100’ hoop (holds approx. 360 round 5’ bales) can save $23,828. • A 42’ X 100’ hoop (holds approx. 420 round 5’ bales) can save $35,563. • A 56’ X 100’ hoop (holds approx. 540 round 5’ bales) can save $52,080. Hoop shelters save even more by preserving the nutrient value of your hay. 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  • 19. Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008 Page 35 CAB scholarships reward Cholick named to national industry leadership USDA Advisory Board Fred Cholick, Kansas the board for three years. ests in agriculture. More College juniors and seniors are en- $3,500 scholarship may also have a State University´s dean of The board´s 31 mem- information about the ad- couraged to apply for one of five schol- chance to intern with the company, al- the College of Agriculture bers have diversified ex- visory board is available arships sponsored by Certified Angus though it is not a requirement of the and director of K-State pertise and occupations, at http://nareeeab.ree. Beef LLC (CAB) and the Colvin Schol- award. Research and Extension, representing broad inter- usda.gov/. arship Fund. Developed in 1999, the scholarship has been named to the CAB will award a total of $9,000 to students committed to the beef industry and pursuing a degree in meat, food honors CAB’s first Executive Director Louis M. “Mick” Colvin, who retired that year. U.S. Department of Agri- culture´s National Agri- cultural Research, Exten- LAND AUCTIONS sion, Education, and Eco- Four (4) Farms or animal science or marketing, busi- “He always inspired others to be their ness, communications or other related best, so this is a way to carry that lega- nomics Advisory Board. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24 — 10:00 AM The board provides ad- degrees. cy of encouragement on to the next gen- vice to the U.S. secretary VFW Hall, CLYDE, KANSAS The application deadline is December eration,” says John Stika, CAB Presi- of agriculture and to the The N 1/2 NW 1/4 19-6-1, Mullberry Township, Clay County, 80 15. dent. “The scholarship is designed to re- nation´s network of land- acres. 55 acres upland cropland, the rest is old farmstead and pasture overgrown with brush and trees. The top two scholarship recipients re- ward students who are involved in their grant colleges and uni- ceive an all-expense paid trip to the communities and the beef industry.” versities. It helps in de- HARVEY & JUDY KLING CAB Annual Conference, Sept. 17-19, Qualified applicants should visit veloping priorities and The S 1/2 SE 1/4 22-4-1, Brantford Township, Washington Coun- policies for food and agri- ty, 80 acres. 76 acres upland cropland, the rest is waterways. 2009, in Scottsdale, Ariz. There they can www.certifiedangusbeef.com/corp/press/ culture research, educa- DEANNA MARSHALL & JANE HILL, interact with leaders throughout the pro- colvin/ or contact June Studer, jstuder@ tion, extension and eco- duction, packing, retail and foodservice certifiedangusbeef.com, for more infor- nomics. TRUSTEE industries. The student receiving the mation. Cholick will serve on The NE 1/4 and the E 1/2 E 1/2 NW 1/4 10-5-1, Clifton Town- ship,Washington County, 200 acres. 179 acres upland cropland, the rest is waterways and grass.Fink Beef Genetics annual bull sale results J. WILLIS GARDNER III The SE 1/4 NE 1/4 and the NE 1/4 SE 1/4 exc. a tract, in 30-5-1, Perfect weather condi- ness and fertility. $5,750. Owensby Ranch Ardery, Kansas, pur- Clifton Township, Washington County, 75 acres. 41 acres crop-tions for harvesting re- The day included 280 also purchased Lot 40, a chased Lot 187, a Grid land, the rest is native grass pasture, meadow and waterways.flected on the crowd size bulls sold in three hours, Boyd On Target son, for Maker son for $4,000. 87at the 18th annual Fink with none going through $5,500. Charolais bulls averaged DIANE LEATHERMAN, DEBRA WILLETTEBeef Genetics Bull Sale the ring. The bulls were In the fall yearling $2,431. & GEORGE DIRK RACETTEOctober 29, 2008, at Ran- pre-filmed and shown on Angus category 179 bulls The composite bulls Terms on the farms: Ten (10 ) percent down, the balance duedolph. Cattleman from 13 monitors at auction side. averaged $3,430. were topped by two head, in 30 days.states, which included a The top selling Angus In the Charolais divi- Lot 274 and Lot 281, eachcontingency of phone bids bull was selected by re- sion, Lot 195, a son of M6 going for $3,000. Jim Ko- Auctions by Raymond Bott Realty & Auction Washington, Kansasdue to the harvest pres- peat buyer, CA Ranch, Grid Maker, topped the tapish, and Greving 785-325-2734 or 747-8017sure, bought bulls and Montana. Lot 177 was a son sale going for $6,000 to Farms, both Kansas ranch- www.bottrealtyauction.comwere receptive of the Fink of KCF Bennett Total that MDL Farms, Illinois. Jeff ers, purchased the bulls.program that emphasizes sold for $7,500. Galen Wil- Schurle, Kansas, pur-balanced traits and no ex- son, Missouri, purchased chased Lot 262, a son oftremes. Buyers in the re- the second high selling Eaton’s Beyond, for $6,000.peat category topped 90%. bull, Lot 23, a son of Boyd Lot 217, a spring 2006 sonBull condition is regularly on Target, for $7,000. of Western Spur, owned bymentioned by the pur- Owensby Ranch, New Megan Fink, sold forchasers, with the yearling Mexico, paid $6,000 for Lot $5,750 to Hargrave Farm, New &bulls ultrasounding a .19 175, a son of KCF Bennett Kansas.inches BF on the Angusand .11 inches BF on the Total. Shannon Ardery, Kansas, selected Lot 21, a Jeff Schurle also select- ed Lot 203, a Grid Maker Used Parts &Charolais, insuring sound- Boyd on Target son, for son for $4,500. Shannon Sales Service Marysville Livestock Sales 785-456-1227 785-456-9550 Every Thursday at 12 Noon www.brownchevroletbuick.com Donnie Kirkham, Manager 2004 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE 2006 CHEVY CORVETTE SLT PKG. 1180 US Hwy. 77 P. O. 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  • 20. Page 36 Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008Experts recommend Exploring new methods to helpways families canlower financial stress families cope in hard times Financial problems are often a family problem and When the economy gets ning. “In some cases the new Ph.D. financial plan- have similar views on fi-parents need to manage stress so they do not transfer rough, family life gets way in which individuals ning program will have an nancial goals — savings,their anxiety onto their children, according to experts at rougher. and families manage their opportunity to study finan- spending and investing?Kansas State University. Economic stress causes personal financial situation cial therapy.” Second, do they respect John Grable and Kristy Archuleta of K-State’s Person-al Financial Planning Institute, say it is important for individual and family has a direct impact on the Archuleta exemplifies each other’s view?”parents to not pass along their stress about financial mat- stress, triggering depres- stress felt in the house- this crossover. She has a Respect, said Archuleta,ters in these tight economic times to their children. sion, blame games, anger hold.” doctorate in marriage and is more important than “Creating anxiety in children creates more problems, and sometimes violence, For example, suppose a family therapy and she having the same goals andsaid Archuleta, an assistant professor of family studies according to Kristy Archu- husband habitually spends teaches in the personal fi- views.and human services, licensed marriage and family thera- leta, assistant professor in money without his wife’s nancial planning program. Third, do they trustpist and a faculty member with the Personal Financial the College of Human approval. In addition to A founding member of each other when it comesPlanning Institute. “Children pick up a parent’s stress Ecology’s School of Fami- adding debt to the family’s Women Managing the to money? This is a giantquickly because they can feel tension and can read non-verbal communication. “ ly Studies and Human balance sheet, it is likely Farm, she specializes in issue in today’s economic From belt-tightening to losing a house, life-changing Services at Kansas State that this behavior increases therapy for rural and farm climate, she said. “I seetransitions are hard on children, Archuleta said. Be open University. marital stress, Grable families, working with stress up, depression upwith children, but don’t give them too much information Archuleta, a licensed said. couples experiencing finan- and trust down. It’s hardabout issues that are adult issues and not children’s is- marriage and family thera- Today’s financial plan- cial issues. to trust when you feelsues, she said. pist, also is a faculty ners and counselors are “Research tells us that vulnerable,” Archuleta said. She suggests that if you have to take something away member in K-State’s Insti- pretty good at helping the couples realize when they Fourth, do couples havefrom a child, like piano lessons or pizza every Friday, she tute of Personal Financial family work out the debt have relationship problems, the communication skillssuggests substituting something like family night in thekitchen and attending free concerts. Planning. The institute is issue, but they are unpre- and they realize when they to talk about money even Archuleta and John Grable, a K-State professor of exploring new methods to pared to address the emo- have financial problems — when they disagree? “Myfamily studies and human services and head of the Per- help families cope with tional aspects of the be- but they often don’t real- research has shown thatsonal Financial Planning Institute, suggest several meth- economic hard times. havior, Grable said. Mar- ize which might be the how you communicate isods to lower financial stress: “We hope to bridge fi- riage and family therapists, key to their marital prob- not as important as having First, have an emergency fund of at least three months nancial planning and mar- on the other hand, have lems and they are unsure shared goals and values,”worth of living expenses in a safe account. What matters riage and family therapy the skills necessary to help where to turn,” Archuleta she said. “This is mostis a savings plan that is dedicated to building that emer- to form a type of financial the family work through said. likely due to the respectgency reserve, Grable recommended. Second, discuss financial goals regularly. They therapy, where financial the emotional issues sur- “We look at four fac- factor, which appears tochange, Archuleta said, as the family changes with planners and relationship rounding the behavior, but tors that affect the dynam- more important than hav-births, retirements, college graduations, job changes and therapists work together to they are weaker in giving ics of a relationship,” she ing the same goals andother events. provide comprehensive financial guidance. said. “First, do couples views.” Third, talk about individual financial risk tolerance. treatment to clients experi- “What is missing is the“The real issue comes down to preference, perception encing financial distress,” intersection between the TRACTORS INDUSTRIALand tolerance,” Grable said. “Most people prefer to avoid Archuleta said. money and emotional NH TS115A, C&A, FWD Bobcat 553financial risk. Why take risk if I don’t have to? 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  • 21. Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008 Page 37 know what he’s going to be country and even overseas, Larson to receive award Kansas in a couple of years.” That ability to develop horses has proven to be a significant as far away as Australia, Italy, and Sweden. His suc- cess in the show ring is Steven A. Larson, the managing editor of Hoard´s Dairy- man magazine, will be honored with the 30th Kansas Dairy Leader Award by the Kansas Dairy Interbreed Council and Profile asset. He recalls another lesson from his early days. Kevin amazing, having shown some 33 reserve or world champion horses. the Kansas State University Department of Animal Sci- ences and Industry. The award, which dates back to 1952, will be given at the By Ron Wilson says, “We were sitting with an old rancher at a café in He says, “I’m especially proud that they’ve come in Kansas Dairy Association´s annual meeting at the Holiday Inn in Salina Dec. 13, 2008. Texas when his grown son different areas. They’re not Larson, who is a Kansas native, has been with the maga- zine since 1969. He first served as associate editor and be- came in and told about buy- all in halter or western Executive Director ing a neighbor lady’s cattle. pleasure classes, for exam- came managing editor in 1998. Over the years, he has been invited to make presentations in 29 states, three Canadian of the Huck Boyd The old rancher asked what ple.” provinces, and Mexico. Institute he gave for `em. His son That’s like Michael “Steven Larson has campaigned vigorously for a strong, told him the price, which Phelps winning Olympic dairy-farmer-funded product promotion and research ef- was below market value but gold medals in track and fort, as well as supported national, voluntary, industry-con- Kevin Hood was exactly the price that this lady asked. The old man basketball, in addition to swimming. trolled programs to improve incomes of U.S. dairy farm families,” Stevenson said. “He has served on advisory com- Let’s talk about Paints. here in 1975 and fell in love got real upset. He said, But Kevin and Kathy mittees for the National Dairy Leaders Conference, West-No, not the kind used by with it. They bought a farm “Now, you know better than have values that are more ern Dairy Management Conference, the Forage Research Center, the USDA´s Research Service, and is a former di-artists to create pictures, I’m near the rural community of that. You know the real important than the rector and past president of the National Dairy Shrine.”talking about Paint Westmoreland, population value of those cattle. You get showring. Kevin says, “It’s Larson, who lives in Fort Atkinson, Wis., holds degreesHorses — those beautiful 628. Now, that’s rural. up right now and go pay her really about helping the from Kansas State University and the University of Wiscon-horses with the flashy skin Kevin says, “We came what those cattle were people behind the horses. sin-Madison.colors. Today we’ll meet a here and loved it.” He’d worth.” And he did.” Kevin And it’s great to see mynationally acclaimed Paint grown up around horses, but says, “I saw the importance daughters learn and grow in Feed SaverHorse trainer, breeder and now he came to learn that of doing the right thing and self- confidence.” Daughter D&S W E Bale Feeder $550showman. He’s based inrural Kansas. there is an art and science to horse training. He embarked treating people fair.” Kevin has put his values Kally was on K-State’s world champion horse judg- LDIN G Kevin Hood is the owner on a training and showing to work while using modern ing team. Daughter Katelyn Feed Saver Cone Feederof Kevin Hood Show Hors- career which would take technology. He says, “When takes online high school $700es. Kevin grew up liking him to various horse ranches we moved here we had a classes while on the horsehorses. His father was in the around the country. As he two-party line. An inde- show circuit. Kevin says,Army, so they literally had success, people encour- pendent phone company “Working with them is a giftmoved all over the world, aged him to work with those came in and upgraded our and a blessing.” D & S W eldin gbut his grandfather lived in flashy Paint Horses. telephone and Internet. We commend Kevin and Lehigh, KS • 620-483-3077Sherman, Texas where When Kevin and his Thanks to my daughters, I Kathy and Kally and Kate- 785-562-7164 • 785-336-6676Kevin went for the sum- wife Kathy wanted to start a can sit here in small town lyn Hood for making a dif-mers. When Kevin was tiny, family, they came back to USA and do business all ference by using their lovehis grandfather took him to Kansas. Kevin says, “I’ve over the country.” Their of horses to build an interna-horse sales. Kevin started lived all over, but I’m here website is www.kevinhood- tionally known business. BELLEVILLE 81 LIVESTOCK SALESbuying and selling horses because this is where I want showhorses.com. For family values in rural Junction Hwys 36 & 81 Belleville, Kansaslike his grandpa. to be.” Today, Kevin attracts Kansas, it paints a pretty CATTLE SALES EVERY FRIDAY • 10:30 AM As Kevin’s father’s mili- Today, Kevin Hood spe- customers from all over the picture. Last Friday’s sale called slaughter cows, bullstary career was winding cializes in training, show- $3.00-$5.00 higher. All classes of feeders weredown, the family thought ing, breeding, shipping $3.00-$6.00 higher on a nice run.about a place to retire. WithTexas becoming urbanized, semen, and selling horses — especially Paints. Precision Truss FRIDAY, NOV. 14 CALF SALE 25 blkwf, 350-475 lbs.; 18 blk, 300-450 lbs.; 20 blk,they looked for a more rural Kevin says, “I grew up 600-650 lbs.; 27 blk hfrs, 500 lbs.; 25 blk, 600-650location and chose Fort around ranchers and stock- lbs.; 50 blk, 550-700 lbs.; 37 blk strs, 750 lbs.; 40 blk, xbred, 500-700 lbs.; 25 blk, red, 500-650 lbs.; 70 blk,Riley. The family moved men, so I can pick a colt and char-x, 500-650 lbs. DISTRIBUTORS FOR: CALF SALE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21 • Scott, Obeco, GOAT-SEEP SALE, NOV. 22 • 5:00 PM Knapheide and Reiten Grain Bodies ANNIVERSARY SALE, FRIDAY, DEC. 5 • Shur-Lok Roll Tarps 36 fancy blk bred heifers, big, reputation Consign early for these sales. • SRT 2 Roll Tarps • Pickup Roll Tarps OLS Mineral & Protein Supplments 4-Sale • Aulick and Scott Tired of Paying Big City Prices Simply the Best! Tapered Silage Bodies Barry & Angii Kort, Owners • 785-527-2258 • Aluminum Pickup Beds For Your House and Floor Trusses! 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  • 22. Page 38 Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008Challenges in a rapidly changing world to be Kansas climatologistthe theme of KRC December 13 Conference provides fall safety tips The Kansas Rural Cen- work together to develop a we need to make in the ganic farming, and on-farm As sunlight hours dwindle and give way to chillyter will hold its annual sus- more resilient food system timeframe we have avail- and community wind en- winter days, people are turning to auxiliary heattainable agriculture confer- and agriculture. He divides able to us.” ergy options. sources, said State of Kansas Climatologist Maryence Saturday December his time between Iowa and Dr. Daryl Buchholz, The conference is being Knapp.13, with the theme “Meet- New York, as well as over- Kansas State University, held in the parish hall of the Whether this heat source is an old-fashioned wooding Agriculture’s Chal- seeing his family’s 3500- College of Agriculture, and St. Monica-St. Elizabeth stove or a modern furnace, if it involves combustion, it brings the risk of carbon monoxide, said Knapp, wholenges in a Rapidly Chang- acre organic farm in North Donn Teske, Kansas Farm- Catholic Church at 1007 heads the Kansas Weather Data Library based withing World.” The one day Dakota. Dr. Kirschenmann ers Union president, and East Avenue, in Blue Kansas State University Research and Extension.conference will be held at will talk about the chal- others to be announced, Rapids. Blue Rapids is lo- Carbon monoxide is an odorless, colorless, toxicSt.Monica-St. Elizabeth lenges of climate change, will offer a response to Dr. cated about an hour north gas that results from the incomplete combination ofCatholic Church, 1007 East high input costs, expensive Kirschenmann’s remarks, of Manhattan. The church oxygen and carbon during combustion. The climatolo-Avenue, Blue Rapids, be- energy, and volatile mar- followed by audience dis- is located in Blue Rapids 5 gist said some common sources are: Unvented gas orginning at 9 a.m. and end- kets, and what we need to cussion about agriculture blocks south of Hwy 9 and kerosene space heaters; Leaking furnaces or fire-ing at 4:30 p.m. do to respond. and the food system’s fu- 77 on East Avenue. places; Back drafts from gas water heaters, stoves or The purpose of the con- Kirschenmann is a long ture. Registration is $10 per generators; or exhaust from vehicle engines. “Make certain that any heat source is properlyference is to provide an op- time leader in national and The afternoon offers six person, and will cover maintained, operated, and ventilated,” Knapp said.portunity to discuss the big international sustainable workshops covering a range lunch, snacks, and materi- “When the car´s running, keep it away from your build-picture of agriculture in this agriculture, speaking of practical information in- als. Reservations are need- ing.time of increasing input around the country helping cluding switching to grass ed in advance to ensure a “Also, make certain that the chimney is clear andcosts,volatile markets and to define the challenges fac- based livestock systems, re- meal ticket. Contact Diane in good shape before lighting that first fire of the sea-high energy prices, provide ing agriculture and the ducing input costs with in- Dysart at the KRC Whiting son. A bird´s nest blocking the flue can result in morepractical information on al- “thinking outside the box” tegrated crop and livestock office at (785) 873-3431; or than just a headache.”ternative marketing and necessary to address these systems, local and regional ddysart@rainbowtel. net;production ideas through changes. “The principal food system opportunities, or go to the KRC website at FRANKLIN COUNTY SALES CO., INC.workshops, and provide op- reason industrial agricul- how to produce food for www.kansasruralcenter.orgportunities for farmer, ture has been so success- your neighbors and com- for a brochure with regis- Hwy. 59, 1/2 mi. South of OTTAWA, KANSASrancher, and consumer net- ful during the past cen- munity, transitioning to or- tration form. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15 — 10:00 AMworking. tury is that is has been Hay and wood sells at 10:00 AM Keynote speaker will be blessed with cheap energy,Dr. Fred Kirschenmann, abundant water, and re- FEED TRACTORS & COMBINES: 1066 cab Int. West loader, good shape; Int. 1460 combine, rear wheel dr., 16 1/2 flex header No. 1020, 3840 hrs.; JD 4020, ROPS, power shift dual hydraulics,Distinguished Fellow for latively stable climates. clean; AC 7030, cab air, good shape; ‘82 JD 4020, cab AC, quadthe Leopold Center for Sus- That rosy landscape seems range, tri-hyd. with ‘06 No. 2846 Bush Hog loader, hay spear andtainable Agriculture at Iowa poised to undergo rapid FEEDS bucket, good shape.State University. Also, and significant change,” “The Key To Successful Feeding” DOZERS: D-3 CAT 6 way blade, 6380 hours, good shape; AC HD16DP SN8852, good shape.since January 2008, Kirschenmann wrote in aKirschenmann has held a paper presented to the Ag How do you like your steak? TRAILERS & EQUIPMENT: Homemade gooseneck 8x20, dual axles, dovetail; cargo trailer, 4x6; Gehl 1400 round baler; Farmhandhalf-time appointment at History Conference in Well done, rare, medium? 8 bale accumulator, Model No. F100C; Bush Hog 3 pt. post holethe Stone Barns Center for 2007. digger; ‘04 880 Bale King vortec haybuster; Polytub feed cart, 11Food and Agriculture in “The elephant in the Everybody has a personal choice. bushel; ‘94 Tex-Mex 18’ car trailer; Farmhand grapple fork and 8 bales; 3 pt. quick attach hitch; ‘85 Donahue 7x16 gooseneck lvstkPocantico Hills, New York, room,” he stated during an-exploring ways that rural other speech, “is whether How about your livestock feed? trailer. TRUCKS, CARS & CAMPERS: 1994 Ford explorer, 2 dr., 4x4;and urban communities can we can make the changes Same deal, everybody’s situation is 1999 Ford F350 4x4, diesel, 6 spd., extended cab, PW/PL, 134K; 1977 Coachman 32’ 5th wheel camper; 1995 Freightliner, 470 different, and we do cater to Detroit, 10 spd. tractor; 1983 Toyota PU, 4x4. The Original Flatbed Bale Handler what you need and want. CATTLE EQUIPMENT: Portable corral panels, 12’, 16’ 4” and 6’ walk thru gates; Powder River squeeze chute; PU cake feeder box; We will blend the supplements to comple- new half circle crowding tub. MISCELLANEOUS: 6,000’ 1” pipe; tools; lumber; Craftsman ment your feedstuffs ... you name it, we portable air compressor; 1 ton chain hoist; 5 gal. barn/fence paint, OPTIONS: can balance your ration. blue and gray; metal file cabinets; wood base cabinet; decorative chairs; box deer antlers; 2 kerosene heaters; small gas generator; ✔ Post Hole Digger Craftsman drill and skill saw; hand saws; reciprocating saw; lg. ✔ Tool Boxes Call Us Now so we can help you metal wheelbarrow; small McCullough Mac 110 chainsaw with case; Homelite string trimmer; gas leaf blower; Super EZ chainsaw ✔ 3 Spool Valve maximize your feedstuffs, with case; lg. carpenter toolbox; 2 cast iron planters; milk cans; 36” paper cutter; Schauer battery charger; computer desk; wooden ✔ Cake Feeder livestock productivity and chairs; wood pickup tool/storage boxes; wood dog box, holds 2 Also: Flatbeds & Bale Spear Beds - New & Used greenbacks in your pocketbook! dogs; metal desk; ext. cords; motor stand; air hoses; Campbell Hausfield power washer; JD TRS21 snow blower. BEDS IN STOCK - INSTALLATION AVAILABLE FOURTH & POMEROY ASSOCIATES, INC. Not responsible for theft or accidents. Anything stated on date of sale take precedence over printed materials. Bid by number Joseph Ebert, General Manager with proper ID. Nothing removed until settlement made. Boot Hill Sales 785-388-2245 785-632-2632 Clay Center, KS P.O. Box 516, Clay Center, KS 67432 785-632-2141 • WATS 1-800-432-7423 Mary Ann Newton, 620-341-0235 Rod Harris, 785-242-5435 Mark Hamilton, 785-214-0560 Eureka Livestock Sale P.O. Box 267 Eureka, KS 67045 JC L IV ESTO C K SA LES IN C. C L A Y C E NT E R 620-583-5008 Office 620-583-7475 Now All Wednesday Sales, Hogs 10 AM • Cattle 12 Noon L IV EST O C K SA LES IN C. Sale Every Thursday at 11:30 a.m. Sharp Representative sales for last week, November 5 Cattle sales Tuesday, 12:00 PM.On Thursday, Nov. 6 we had 748 head of cattle with cattle sell- HEIFERS BUTCHER COWS Receipts for Tuesday, November 4.ing steady to a little higher. 7 313 104.00 1 1010 65.00 STEERS 2 865 94.25 1 530 92.50 STEERS HEIFERS BULLS 4 446 98.50 1 1025 63.00 1 515 101.00 15 873 92.25 3 530 90.50 1 725 98.00 12 935 92.00 25 771 89.2520 blk, bwf 513@110.00 2 blk 378@100.00 2 limo 560@84.50 19 471 98.50 2 1115 55.00 7 629 97.50 2 633 85.009 blk, red 471@103.00 14 blk, bwf 485@99.25 4 char 730@80.50 9 563 92.75 1 1350 52.50 16 796 96.50 HEIFERS 13 907 84.25 16 blk, wfx 619@94.25 3 blk 1060@79.00 20 815 96.35 2 463 97.5010 blk 630@99.75 10 621 88.00 1 1515 51.50 6 blk 597@91.50 YOUNG OPEN BLK, 1 1495 50.754 blk, bwf 859@99.2510 blk 540@98.50 3 blk, wf 767@91.75 BWF COWS STEERS 1 1380 49.50 EARLY CONSIGNMENTS FOR 8 blk, char 573@88.75 10 blk, bwf, 3-4 yrs. old7 blk, bwf 739@98.25 8 blk, red 596@88.25 972@59.50 8 298 122.50 1 1455 49.25 SPECIAL CALF SALE TUESDAY, NOV. 1115 mixed 852@97.30 7 451 118.25 1 1475 48.75 13 black steers, 500-575 lbs. 9 blk, red 523@88.00 6 blk, bwf, 5-6 yrs. old 50 cross steers & heifers, 500-625 lbs.6 blk, bwf 625@96.75 3 blk 1022@86.00 1062@55.00 25 548 105.25 20 cross steers & heifers, 500-600 lbs.25 mixed 818@95.00 12 blk, bwf 588@86.00 5 blk, bwf, 3-5 yrs. old 13 598 105.25 FAT HOG TOP WAS $35.50 42 cross steers & heifers, 500-650 lbs., weaned, vaccinated7 blk 622@94.75 811@60.50 7 632 101.00 FEEDER PIGS 50 Char & black steers & heifers, 500-625 lbs., weaned, vac- 27 824 100.75 28 103 40.50 cinated BUTCHER COWS: $32-$52.50, PREG COWS: $400-$1,235. 95 black steers & heifers, 525-650 lbs., weaned, vaccinated mostly $42-$48, very active. PAIRS: $860-$1,235 60 882 99.75 6 53 22.50 BUTCHER BULLS: $50.25- BREEDING BULLS: $1,050- 60 922 96.75 6 38 20.50 Call now to make consignments for special advertising. $59.25, mostly $55-$59, very $1,725. 67 890 96.25 12 40 17.00 active. EARLY CONSIGNMENTS FOR SPECIAL STOCKER FEEDER CALF SALE SPECIAL EARLY CONSIGNMENTS FOR NEXT TUESDAY, NOV. 18 350 black cross steers & heifers, 350-625 lbs.; 150 black THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13 • 75 black, blackwhiteface cows, 5-10 yrs. old, WEDENSDAY, NOVEMBER 12 cross steers & heifers, 350-625 lbs.; 60 black steers & heifers, 500-650 lbs., pre-conditioned; 70 black cross steers springers, bred to Angus bulls. From the Walda 13 black cross steers & heifers, 500-600F & R Farms & heifers, 400-625 lbs.; 75 black & Char steers & heifers, 600- Ranch. 800 lbs., weaned, vaccinated; 65 black steers, 825-850 lbs. 40 black, blackwhiteface steers & heifers, 800-900 . . • 115 mixed heifers, 700-850 lbs., open Call now to make consignments for special advertising. • 90 fancy Angus steers & heifers, 650-750 lbs., . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .J. Patterson weaned & vaccinated. 71 black cross steers & heifers, 750-850 . . .D. Comp • 60 black, Charolais cross steers, 850-900 lbs. SHEEP & GOAT SALE • FIRST SATURDAY 73 mixed steers, 750-850 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .G. Catlin • 50 mixed steers, 750-850 lbs. 60 black cross steers, 925-950 . . . . . K & R Kohman OF EVERY MONTH, DECEMBER 6 •11 0’Clock • 41 mixed steers, 800-850 lbs. Due to USDA requirements, all female and intact male sheep and goats will need to be Scrapie tagged. If not tagged, a $2 fee will be • 40 black, red steers & heifers, 500-650 lbs. More consignments by sale time. assessed per head. • 36 mixed steers & heifers, 450-550 lbs. • 26 black, blackwhiteface steers & heifers, 600-650 lbs. JUNCTION CITY, KANSAS • Barn Phone 785-238-1471 Clay Center, Ks • Barn Phone 785-632-5566 Several more cattle pending. Junction City Field Reps: Jim Heine 785-765-3480, Alma Clay Center Field Representatives: Lee Holtmeier 785-348-5468 Tom Koch, 785-243-5124 Bruce Rogge, 785-692-4214 We appreciate your business! Seth Lauer 785-949-2285, Abilene Lance Lagasse, 785-262-1185 HOWARD LANGVARDT KARL LANGVARDT MITCH LANGVARDT LYNN LANGVARDT Ron Ervin - Owner-Manager 785-238-8212 785-499-5434 785-238-1858 785-461-5143 Home Phone - 620-583-5385 Cell: 785-761-5812 Cell: 785-499-2945 Cell: 785-761-5814 Cell: 785-761-5813 Mobile Cell 620-750-0123
  • 23. Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008 Page 39Kansas cook makes Uncertain changes ahead LOS ANGELES (AP) — last year was valued at $337 over the last five decades.best of morning shift The future of large-scale egg million in a study by the The measure’s adoption production in California University of California was a significant win for an- might be in jeopardy after Agricultural Issues Center imal-welfare advocates, the adoption of an initiative at UC Davis. making California the first ARLINGTON, Kan. a sour cream coffeecake. griddle with bacon and banning the use of cramped The initiative language is to impose restrictions on so-(AP) — His mornings in With those in the oven, he heaped on a mound of hash cages for hens. vaguely written and it will called battery cages cur-the kitchen at Carolyn’s Es- headed to the fryer where he browns. Farmers say it’s unknown be up to state regulators to rently used nationwide tosenhaus begin at 4 a.m. dropped doughnuts and Finally, he checked on the how Proposition 2 will be write the new guidelines be- house egg-laying hens. Two and a half hours twists into hot oil. pancake syrup bottles, held enforced and fights lie fore Jan. 1, 2015. “We saw this as putting ahead in California and “We’ve got a lot to figure down a marker to be heardlater, after a whirlwind of ac- Talking while he worked, in a warmer. elsewhere over how much out,” Benson said. nationwide that all animalstivity moves him from the Bontrager filled a plastic By 6 a.m. waitress Mary room factory farm animals Costly investments to ex- including those raised forbaking area to the oven and measuring pitcher with apple Mast, 71, had the dining should be provided. pand hen houses and buy food deserve humane treat-the grill, Eldon Bontrager, pie ingredients, emptied the room ready, pies cut and in The measure requires additional land might not be ment,” said Jennifer Fear-76, sits down to his own mix into an unbaked shell the cooler, coffee brewed, that hens, pregnant pigs, feasible, said Rich Matteis, ing, chief economist at Thehome-cooked breakfast of and piled it high with cinna- and the front door unlocked. and calves raised for veal be administrator of the Califor- Human Society of the Unit-fresh-baked biscuits and mon sugar crumb topping. Trucker Jerry Miller, the given enough room to stand nia Farm Bureau. ed States, which led thesausage gravy. “We like to give good morning’s first customer, up, lie down, turn around “To retool an aging in- campaign. and fully extend their limbs. dustry in this economy is re- Whether politicians and “It keeps you hopping measure,” he said, placing stopped for a free cup of cof- How big those pens and ally challenging,” Matteis voters in other states willpretty good,” he said. the pie on a cookie sheet in fee — sponsored by some- cages must be will decide said. “People don’t have a embrace that message is un- Bontrager, a farmer, and case it bubbled over in the one in the community — whether California farmers lot of money to make invest- clear. Industry representa-father of restaurant owner oven. and a doughnut for the road. can stay in business as pro- ments.” tives insist their practicesCarolyn Bontrager, took He filled other crusts with “Their doughnuts are the duction costs go up, said Jill Critics say the measure are the most humane andover the early morning shift cream pie filling and topped best,” Miller said. “They Benson, vice president of could drive egg farmers out safest way to house animals.almost seven years ago when each with whipped topping. sure beat Krispy Kreme.” J.S. West and Companies, a of California. “Voters in California Modesto-based company “It will be the loss of an may not be quite like votershis daughter needed a baker Then he returned to the fry- That’s largely thanks to that runs three hen barns. entire industry in Califor- in Iowa, Pennsylvania andand cook. ers and dipped each dough- Bontrager, a naturally early Veal and pork are not nia,” said Donald Bell, a Mississippi,” said Mitch On a Monday, ready to nut in a glaze sauce, before riser, who helps Carolyn major industries in Califor- poultry economist at the Head, a spokesman at thebegin his day, Bontrager placing them on a cooling keep her restaurant’s food nia so the impact of the University of California, United Egg Producers. “Islipped his hands into a pair rack. homemade. proposition will be felt Riverside who has watched think we’re only talkingof plastic gloves, heated the Only minutes before the 6 “We think that’s what largely by the state’s egg the state’s industry decline about one state in 50 here.”oil for frying doughnuts and a.m. opening, Bontrager people want,” he said. farmers, whose productionheaded for the baking area. arranged the four dozen WASHINGTON Moving from one task to doughnuts and twists on athe next without a break, helined a tray with unbaked dining room bar, alongside trays of cinnamon rolls, LIVESTOCK AUCTION WASHINGTON, KANSAS – PHONE 785-325-2243scones, filled muffin cups scones and muffins. CATTLE SALE EVERY WEDNESDAY - 12:30 P.M.with raisin bran batter, Back in the kitchen Bon- SALE ORDERarranged two dozen biscuitson a baking pan and readied trager whipped up a pan of sausage gravy, lined the HUTCHINSON COMMISSION COMPANY BRED COWS & COWS/CALVES 12:30 PM 811 N. Main, South Hutchinson, KS 67505 LIGHT CALVES • STOCKER & FEEDER CATTLE BUTCHER COWS & BULLS ATTENTION CATTLE FEEDERS 620-662-3371 HEIFERS STEERS www.hutchcommission.com 22 hfrs 334@98.00 13 strs 463@109.00 Go to the Source for calves in northeast Kansas .... SCHEDULE .... 28 hhfrs 365@101.00 24 strs 579@97.00 and southeast Nebraska Cattle Sale: Tuesday • 11 AM 14 hfrs 428@91.00 19 strs 847@93.80 7 hfrs 460@95.00 9 strs 841@93.50 Riverside Cattle Company Hay Sale: Tuesday • 9:30 AM Holstein Steer Special: 4th Tuesday (in conjunction with regular sale) 15 hfrs 528@86.00 63 strs 873@97.75 17 hfrs 632@86.50 All calves will be purchased in Missouri and Kansas, Loaded, and shipped the same day (partial loads available) Sheep & Goat Sale: 3rd Saturday, 12 Noon 13 hfrs 663@81.25 SLAUGHTER COWS Horse & Tack Sale: Saturday, November 1 • 10:00 AM 9 hfrs 701@79.75 $32.00-$55.50 Delivered Price: 70 hfrs 790@92.75 Heifers, 350-400 lbs. $102.00-$106.00 Donald Jordan Jason Cuiksa Ronald Jordan 66 hfrs 768@93.85 SLAUGHTER BULLS 400-600 lbs. $94.00-$97.00 620-899-1012 620-899-3596 620-899-1011 19 hfrs 799@88.75 $55.00-$58.50 600-650 lbs. $90.00-$93.00 SPECIAL CALF & FEEDER SALE Steers & Bulls: 350-450 lbs. $114.00-$118.00 450-500 lbs. $104.00-$110.00 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19 500-550 lbs. $98.00-$105.00 For more information or consignments contact: • Calves will be mixed color (black, red, char crosses) unless Manager Jim Breeding: 785-562-7248 ordered otherwise Adam Grover 785-541-0432 • All blacks upon request add $5.00 Fieldman - Henry Borgerding 785-268-0807 Bonded & Insured • All prices includes freight SALE EVERY FRIDAY IN EMPORIA, KANSAS AT 11:00 AM Fieldman - Gene Helms 785-747-7210 • Will buy back as yearling 620-342-2425 or 800-835-7803 toll-free • Fax: 620-342-7741 BARN: 785-325-2243 Call for daily price quote 11-7-08. Total Receipts 1,038. Calves with quality and condition selling steady to higher this week in spots. Plainer calves or For more information contact: Jim Breeding, 785-562-7248, cell 785-325-2243 barn, 785-562-2615 home calves with flesh selling steady with last week. Feeder cattle mostly steady on the plainer cattle, but those of better quality selling $2-$3 higher. Cows & bulls steady. Holton Livestock Exchange, Inc. “If you don’t like ‘em on delivery, you don’t own ‘em” 4 hfrs @405# $112.00 13 strs @522# $110.00 1/2 mile East of Holton, KS on 16 Highway 3 hfrs 2 hfrs @338# @390# $111.75 $107.00 3 strs 6 strs @555# @590# $107.00 $106.00 Livestock Auction every Tuesday at 12 Noon 8 hfrs 4 hfrs @458# @425# $105.00 $103.00 3 strs 15 strs @572# @579# $105.00 $103.50 Serving the Midwest LivestockIndustry for 55 Years! EL DORADO 6 hfrs 7 hfrs 6 hfrs 5 hfrs @485# @471# @518# @508# $102.50 $101.00 $105.00 $103.50 5 strs 8 strs 4 strs 7 strs @583# @596# @598# @620# $101.00 $100.75 $97.50 $103.00 MARKET REPORT FOR TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4 WE SOLD 847 CATTLE LIVESTOCK AUCTION, INC. 11 hfrs 9 hfrs @537# @521# $103.00 $103.00 4 strs 20 strs @610# @615# $101.00 $99.25 4 blk strs STEERS 390@118.00 3 blk bwf strs 6 blk bulls 783@96.00 610@93.50 9 hfrs @521# $102.00 23 strs @670# $99.00 3 blk strs 438@116.00 5 blk red bulls 603@88.50 316-320-3212 11 hfrs 9 hfrs 5 hfrs @570# @598# @599# $98.25 $95.00 $93.50 9 strs 9 strs 14 strs @603# @638# @681# $98.00 $97.25 $97.00 6 b bwf red males 426@114.50 2 blk bwf strs 505@110.00 2 blk hfrs HEIFERS 212@106.00 Fax: 316-320-7159 6 hfrs @620# $94.00 7 strs @647# $95.75 5 blk bwf strs 449@107.00 8 blk hfrs 410@99.00 7 blk bwf strs 535@106.25 65 mxd hfrs 711@97.00 2595 SE Highway 54, P.O. Box 622, 11 hfrs 14 hfrs @631# @665# $93.50 $93.50 8 strs 6 strs @692# @720# $93.00 $99.75 5 blk bwf males 502@106.00 5 blk red hfrs 453@95.85 El Dorado, KS 67042 17 hfrs 4 hfrs @646# @606# $92.50 $91.00 9 strs 10 strs @790# @797# $98.75 $98.50 11 blk char strs 545@106.00 5 blk hfrs 512@93.25 Market Report - Sale Date: 11-6-08. Head Count: 2,015. 7 blk bwf strs 545@104.50 5 blk red hrs 553@93.25 4 hfrs @710# $93.00 8 strs @787# $95.00 6 hfrs @713# $92.50 23 strs @713# $96.60 9 blk bwf strs 568@104.00 6 blk bwf hfrs 608@93.25 300-400 lb. steers, $95-$126; heifers, $85-$112.50; 400-500 lb. 11 hfrs @725# $92.50 4 strs @789# $95.25 12 bwf rwf strs 520@103.75 7 blk bwf hfrs 472@93.25 steers, $90-$117; heifers, $80-$112; 500-600 lb. steers, $85-$116; 4 hfrs @760# $90.00 18 strs @706# $94.75 24 blk bwf strs 680@102.75 15 blk bwf hfrs 577@93.25 heifers, $80-$96.50; 600-700 lb. steers, $85-$103.50; heifers, 65 hfrs @891# $92.25 11 strs @805# $99.10 8 blk bwf strs 591@100.50 4 blk char hfrs 545@92.75 $77.50-$95; 700-800 lb. steers, $82.50-$102; heifers, $77.50-$95; 8 hfrs @805# $92.00 16 strs @858# $98.25 5 blk strs 625@99.75 4 blk hfrs 655@92.75 12 hfrs @882# $91.00 26 strs @887# $98.00 5 blk strs 678@99.75 10 bwf rwf hfrs 519@91.60 800-900 lb. steers, $82.50-$99.25; heifers, $75-$90. Trend on 65 hfrs @970# $90.00 27 strs @825# $97.25 Calves: Choice steer calves $2-$5 higher, choice heifer calves 4 hfrs @906# $87.00 14 strs @893# $96.25 9 blk bwf strs 616@99.25 4 b bwf red rwf hfrs 460@90.75 450 lbs. and down $5 higher, 500 lbs. and up steady to $2 higher. 5 strs @380# $128.00 47 strs @887# $95.50 10 blk bwf strs 699@99.25 9 blk bwf hfrs 490@90.25 3 bulls @370# $125.00 4 strs @842# $94.50 4 blk strs 705@99.00 14 blk bwf hfrs 630@90.00 Trend on Feeder Cattle; Choice feeder steers and heifers $2-$4 8 strs @444# $120.00 8 strs @935# $94.50 5 blk red strs 781@97.35 2 blk bwf hfrs 570@88.00 higher.Butcher Cows: High dressing cows $40-$45; Avg. dressing 3 strs @435# $118.50 8 strs @934# $93.85 7 blk bwf strs 668@97.00 8 blk bwf hfrs 694@87.00 cows $32.50-$40; Low dressing cows $25-$32.50. Butcher Bulls: 8 strs @466# $114.50 5 strs @920# $93.00 4 red rwf strs 791@96.75 3 blk grwf rwf hfrs 563@85.50 Avg. to high dressing bulls $50-$61.50. Trend on Cows & Bulls: 3 strs @495# $111.00 21 strs @961# $92.25 4 strs @508# $113.00 3 strs @1097# $88.00 Butcher cows $5 lower; butcher bulls steady to $2 lower. 10 strs @525# $112.75 NOVEMBER 11--SPECIAL CALF & YEARLING AUCTION CONSIGNED FOR THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH HEIFERS SHELLS: $36 & Down 28 blk bwf s&h 550-650 11 bwf strs 500-700 w&v2 • 100 black steers, 500-700 lbs. 300-499 lbs. . . . . . . . .$100.00-$112.00 STEERS 50 blk bwf s&h 400-600 85 mix strs 650-750 green, 500-599 lbs. . . . . . . . .$92.50-$105.00 300-499 lbs. . . . . . .$110.00-$128.00 83 mix yrlg strs 800-850 off w&v 600-699 lbs. . . . . . . . . .$91.00-$94.00 500-599 lbs. . . . . . . .$97.00-$113.00 grass 20 blk s&h 550-650 w&v SPECIAL STOCKER & FEEDER SALE 700-799 lbs. . .$91.00-$93.00 light test 600-699 lbs. . . . . . . .$93.00-$103.00 40 blk yrlg s&h 650-750 long 16 blk s&h 450-550 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20TH 800-899 lbs. . . . . . . . . .$90.00-$92.25 700-799 lbs. . . . . . . . .$94.00-$99.75 weaned 900 lbs. & Up . . . . . . . . .$87.00-$90.00 800-899 lbs. . . . . . . . .$94.00-$99.00 We welcome your consignments! COWS: $44.00-$51.75 900 lbs. & Up . . . . . . . . . . . - $94.50 NOVEMBER 25--SPECIAL 57TH ANNIVERSARY If you have cattle to consign or would like additional information, $37.00-$43.75 BULLS: $54.00-$51.00 CALF & YEARLING AUCTION please call the office at 316-320-3212 or visit our website: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ eldoradolivestock.com DECEMBER 12--SPECIAL COW & BULL AUCTION 6 P.M. EARLY CONSIGNMENTS FOR Chris Locke Steven Hamlin FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14 Dan Harris, Auctioneer & Owner • 785-364-3320 (316) 320-1005 (H) (316) 747-2521 (H) 20 mix steers & heifers, 450-600 lbs. Danny Deters, Corning, Auct. & Field Rep • 785-868-2591 (316) 322-0675 (M) (620) 222-1199 (M) 40 black & red steers & heifers, 550-650 lbs. Dick Coppinger, Winchester, Field Rep. • 913-774-2415 22 mix steers & heifers, 600-700 lbs. Larry Womacks, Fieldman Van Schmidt, Fieldman 210 black steers, 950-1,050 lbs. Steve Aeschliman, Sabetha, Field Rep. • 785-284-2417 (620) 394-3273 (H) (620) 367-2331 (H) Expecting another nice run of cattle this week! Larry Matzke, Wheaton, Field Rep. • 785-268-0225 (620) 229-0076 (M) (620) 345-6879 (M) Remember ... NO SALE November 28th due to Thanksgiving Barn Phone • 785-364-4114 For Cattle Appraisals Call: Cattle Sale Every Thursday 11:00 AM BRODY PEAK, 620-343-5107 GLENN UNRUH, 620-279-4524 WEBSITE: www.holtonlivestock.com WIBW 580 - 6:45 A.M. Thurs; KVOE 1400 - 6:30-6:45 A.M. Thurs. & Fri. EMAIL: dan@holtonlivestock.com
  • 24. Page 40 Grass & Grain, November 11, 2008 Kansas Hay South Central Kansas: Dairy and grinding alfalfa and alfalfa pellets steady. Movement moderate. Alfal- ing alfalfa, prairie hay and brome steady. Movement slow to moderate. Alfalfa: Horse small square 200.00, Market Report fa: Horse, small square 200.00-230.00, mid or large square 185.00; Dairy, Supreme 175.00-200.00; Pre- Mid square 165.00-185.00; Dairy, Supreme 170.00- 200.00, Premium 160.00-180.00, Fair-Good 130.00- mium, 170.00-185.00, Good 145.00-170.00. Utility- 150.00. Utility- Fair grinding alfalfa at the edge of the Ground alfalfa movement: Southwest/South Cen- Fair grinding alfalfa at the edge of the field 100.00- field, 70.00-90.00, alfalfa ground-on- the-truck 90.00-tral Tonnage: 12,159/4,360 Last week: 11,857/4,969 130.00, 110.00-135.00 delivered. Ground and deliv- 110.00. Grass hay: Bluestem small square, GoodLast year: 13,529/4,315 Hay trade moderate. De- ered locally to feedlots 120.00-140.00. The week of 100.00, Mid square 80.00-90.00, large rounds 50.00-mand moderate to strong for dairy and grinding alfal- 10/27-11/1, 4,360T of grinding alfalfa and 906T of 80.00. Brome: Good, small square, 100.00- 130.00, afa, and alfalfa pellets, weak to moderate for prairie dairy alfalfa were delivered. Alfalfa pellets: Sun Cured little 4.00-4.50/bale, Mid squares, 90.00-120.00,hay and stock cow quality hay. More seasonal tem- 15% protein 180.00-195.00; Sun Cured 17% 180.00- large round, 50.00- 75.00. Straw small square 3.00-peratures, a lot of wind have helped some with fall 205.00; Dehydrated 15% 220.00 and 17% 240.00. 3.50/bale, large bales 50.00-55.00/T.work and hinder others, rain over most of Eastern Straw, good large bales 55.00-60.00. Cane/Sudan ***Prices are dollars per ton and FOB unless oth-Kansas did slow the fall harvest. Hay prices continue large bales 70.00-85.00. The average paid by feed- erwise noted. Dairy alfalfa prices are for mid andto hold steady in spite of falling stock markets and lots on November 1 for alfalfa ground and delivered large squares unless otherwise noted. Horse hay is incommodity prices. If you have hay for sale or pasture was 134.51/T up 5.86 from last month, usage was small squares unless otherwise noted. Prices areto rent or need hay or grazing, use the services of the 387T/day, up 6%, total usage was 11,997T. from the most recent sales.Hay and Pasture Exchange website: Southeast Kansas: Alfalfa, brome and prairie hay Guidelines are to be used with visual appearancewww.kfb.org/hayandpasture/default.htm steady. Movement slow to moderate. Alfalfa: Horse and intent of sale (usage). Southwest Kansas: Dairy and grinding alfalfa and goat, 180.00-200.00. Dairy alfalfa, Premium- The Kansas Hay Market Report is provided by thesteady. Movement moderate. Alfalfa: Horse, small Supreme 175.00-185.00, Good 130.00-150.00. Kansas Department of Agriculture with technicalsquare, 250.00-275.00; Dairy, Supreme 185.00- Bluestem: Good, small squares 90.00-110.00, most- oversight from the USDA Agricultural Marketing210.00, an instance 220.00, Premium 170.00- ly 100.00, mid and large squares 80.00-90.00, an in- Service.185.00, Good 150.00-175.00. Utility-Fair grinding al- stance 110.00, large rounds 50.00-70.00, Mulch,falfa shipped in 125.00-140.00, at the edge of the large round 40.00-50.00. Brome: Small square Goodfield, 150.00-160.00. Ground-on-the-truck 172.00-175.00. Ground and delivered locally to feedlots and 100.00-110.00, Good mid and large squares 85.00- 100.00. Good large round 50.00-70.00. REAL ESTATEdairies, 165.00- 185.00, contracts to 192.00, an in-stance 210.00 guaranteed dry. The week of 10/27-11/1, 12,159T grinding alfalfa and 1,450T of dairy al- Northwest Kansas Dairy and grinding alfalfa steady. Movement moderate. Alfalfa: Horse, small square 200.00-250.00. Dairy, Premium-Supreme AUCTION SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15 — 1:00 PMfalfa were delivered. Straw, good large bales 55.00- 175.00-185.00, Good 165.00, Fair 120.00-135.00. We will offer for sale the following described real estate60.00. Sudan/Cane large bales 70.00-85.00. Milo Public Auction at the farm located at 2664, 300th Rd., LIN- Utility-Fair grinding alfalfa at the edge of the field COLNVILLE, KS. or 1 mile North of Lincolnville & 3 milesstalks in large bales 65.00. The average paid by feed- 90.00- 110.00; Ground and delivered to feedlots and East on 300th road or 11 1/2 miles South of HERINGTON,lots on November 1 for alfalfa ground and delivered dairies 130.00-140.00. Milo stalks Large bales 65.00 KS. on 56/77 Hwy. to 300th Rd. & 3 mi. East:was 153.60/T up 5.25 from last month, usage was or 75.00 delivered. 320 ACRES MARION COUNTY LAND & HOME1,076T/day, steady, total usage was 33,347T. North Central-Northeast Kansas: Dairy and grind- TRACT I — 150 ACRES TRACT II — MARION COUNTY HOME, Letters to the Editor OUTBUILDINGS & 10 ACRES TRACT III — HOME & 160 ACRES (Combination of Tracts I & II) TRACT IV — 160 ACRES For further information or questions contact Larry Lagasse at 785-243-3270 or Lance Lagasse at 785-262-1185.Re: AFBF: Outlook logical plan when they don’t have a the average cost (no profit) of pro- single thing to say about their prices, ducing wheat in 2008 was $7.31 per See October 21 Grass & Grain for complete listing.positive for 2009, but the most important part of their busi- bushel, which probably is a conserva- DISCLOSURE: Larry Lagasse Auction & Real Estate repre- sents the sellers as agents.careful planning needed ness? tive figure. Why are farm leaders and But we can be sure of one thing: farmers afraid to ask for a profitable JOHN & CHANDRA STUCHLIKEditor: the foreign buyers of “Wheat grown price? AUCTION CONDUCTED BY LARRY LAGASSE AUCTION & REAL ESTATE Since the price of wheat in in the United States is the highest As long as farmers let this unbe- CONCORDIA, KS.Hutchinson fell an incredible $7.30 quality wheat in the world market ...” lievable scam exist, they will contin- Website: llagasseauction-re.com • Email: lla-per bushel in just over seven months (Aug. 25 HPJ) at way below the cost ue to be the laughingstock of the rest gasse@llagasseauction-re.com($12.50 March 13 down to $5.20 Oc- of production prices, are elated with of the business world. AUCTIONEERStober 23), I wonder what would it U.S. farmers’ lack of business judg- LARRY LAGASSE LANCE LAGASSE R.E. BROKER ASSOC. R.E. BROKERtake to get AFBF to explain to farm- ment. Doug Wildin PH: 785-243-3270 PH: 785-262-1185ers how they can make any kind of a September Farm Journal reported HUTCHINSON Sell By STARTING TIME Or Buy Cattle Auction 11:30 AM Tuesdays We sold 1411 cattle November 4. Steer and heifer calves sold at STOCKER & FEEDER 1 blk cow 1325 @ 46.00 BULLS 1 blk bull 2145 @ 58.50 steady prices. Feeder steers and heifers sold $2.00-4.00 higher. HEIFERS 1 blk cow 1230 @ 45.75 1 blk bull 1895 @ 62.50 1 blk bull 1930 @ 57.50 Cows and bulls sold $2.00-3.00 lower. 66 blk/char hfrs 750 @ 97.00 1 bwf cow 1440 @ 45.00 1 red bull 2055 @ 60.00 1 limo bull 2200 @ 57.00 STEER & BULL CALVES 6 blk strs 616 @ 98.50 35 bwf/blk hfrs 704 @ 94.50 1 limo cow 1520 @ 44.50 1 blk bull 1775 @ 59.00 1 blk bull 285 @ 122.00 8 blk/red strs 651 @ 98.25 20 blk/sim hfrs 738 @ 94.00 1 blk cow 1610 @ 44.25 4 bwf/blk strs 460 @ 116.00 62 mix strs 870 @ 98.25 7 mix hfrs 719 @ 92.50 3 blk/bwf cows 1253 @ 44.00 SPECIAL EARLY CONSIGNMENTS 2 blk strs 463 @ 112.00 5 blk strs 627 @ 98.00 4 blk hfrs 601 @ 90.25 1 blk cow 1285 @ 43.50 2 blk strs 368 @ 111.00 62 mix strs 860 @ 98.00 2 blk hfrs 675 @ 90.25 1 blk cow 1210 @ 43.25 FOR TODAY, TUESDAY, NOV. 11 11 bwf/blk bulls 405 @ 111.00 9 blk/char strs 673 @ 97.00 10 blk hfrs 550 @ 90.00 2 blk cows 1303 @ 43.00 150 Angus, Gelbvieh cross steers & heifers, 450-600 1 blk str 240 @ 110.00 59 mix strs 876 @ 97.00 8 blk hfrs 552 @ 90.00 1 red cow 1520 @ 42.50 7 blk strs 489 @ 106.00 5 bwf/blk strs 659 @ 96.50 4 blk hfrs 554 @ 90.00 2 limo cows 1353 @ 42.00 lbs. 4 bwf/blk strs 538 @ 105.50 35 mix strs 681 @ 95.00 5 bwf/blk hfrs 554 @ 90.00 3 bwf cows 1225 @ 41.50 60 Angus, blackwhiteface steers, 550-650 lbs. 2 blk strs 488 @ 105.00 3 x-bred strs 818 @ 95.00 17 blk/char hfrs 608 @ 90.00 1 hol cow 1645 @ 41.00 120 Angus, Charolais cross steers & heifers, 600- 14 blk strs 473 @ 102.50 19 blk strs 605 @ 93.50 2 blk hfrs 720 @ 90.00 2 blk cows 1100 @ 40.25 3 bwf/blk strs 517 @ 102.50 13 blk strs 866 @ 93.50 57 blk/char hfrs 819 @ 89.85 2 blk/bwf cows 1320 @ 40.00 700 lbs., weaned, vaccinated 4 blk strs 540 @ 101.50 60 mix strs 959 @ 93.50 10 blk hfrs 637 @ 89.00 1 blk cow 1150 @ 39.50 90 Angus steers & heifers, 750-900 lbs. 2 char strs 528 @ 100.50 62 mix strs 930 @ 92.85 5 x-bred hfrs 597 @ 88.75 3 wf/bwf cows 1092 @ 38.50 41 black, blackwhiteface steers, 825-850 lbs. 23 bwf/blk bulls 543 @ 98.00 61 mix strs 957 @ 92.60 4 blk hfrs 563 @ 88.50 1 hol cow 1115 @ 38.00 7 x-bred bulls 520 @ 95.00 19 mix strs 765 @ 92.00 10 blk hfrs 678 @ 88.25 1 wf cow 1035 @ 37.50 125 black, blackwhiteface steers, 825-850 lbs. 56 mix strs 969 @ 91.00 10 blk hfrs 577 @ 88.00 1 blk cow 1390 @ 37.00 55 black, Simmental cross steers, 900-925 lbs. STOCKER & FEEDER 10 x-bred strs 799 @ 90.25 7 blk/red hfrs 644 @ 88.00 1 x-bred cow 1085 @ 36.50 51 black, blackwhiteface steers, 825-850 lbs. STEERS 3 wf hfrs 693 @ 87.50 2 blk/bwf cows 1075 @ 36.00 33 bwf/blk strs 699 @ 106.50 HEIFER CALVES 7 bwf/blk hfrs 643 @ 87.50 120 black, blackwhiteface steers, 900-925 lbs. 10 blk strs 704 @ 103.75 1 bwf hfr 230 @ 105.00 20 bwf/blk hfrs 1012 @ 86.00 BRED COWS & PAIRS 61 black, cross steers, 900-925 lbs. 5 blk strs 732 @ 103.50 2 blk hfrs 275 @ 103.00 1 x-bred cow/cf @ 700.00 6 bwf/blk strs 565 @ 102.50 1 char hfr 235 @ 101.00 COWS & HEIFERETTES 1 blk cow @ 640.00 More consignments by sale time. 12 bwf/blk strs 720 @ 102.50 12 bwf/blk hfrs 389 @ 99.00 3 blk hfrts 868 @ 85.00 2 blk/bwf cows @ 630.00 2 blk strs 760 @ 102.00 12 bwf/blk strs 606 @ 101.50 3 blk hfrs 15 bwf/blk hfrs 448 @ 97.00 512 @ 95.50 2 1 blk hfrts blk hfrt 903 @ 85.00 1015 @ 70.00 1 3 bwf cow blk/red cows @ 620.00 @ 580.00 WATCH OUR AUCTIONS 3 blk strs 645 @ 101.00 1 blk hfr 420 @ 93.00 1 shtn cow 1405 @ 56.00 1 red cow @ 570.00 17 blk/char strs 593 @ 100.50 20 bwf/blk strs 772 @ 100.00 6 blk hfrs 31 bwf/blk hfrs 496 @ 92.50 521 @ 92.25 1 1 bwf cow limo cow 1520 @ 48.00 1410 @ 47.00 2 1 bwf cows blk cow @ 540.00 @ 500.00 LIVE ON DVAuctions.com 6 blk strs 621 @ 99.50 1 char hfr 525 @ 90.00 1 limo cow 1460 @ 46.50 FOR INFORMATION OR ESTIMATES: REZAC BARN . . . . . . . .St. Marys, 785-437-2785 DENNIS REZAC . . . . . .St. Marys, 785-437-6349 KENNETH REZAC . . . . . .St. Marys, 785-437-6697 LELAND BAILEY . . . . . . . . . . .Hoyt, 785-986-6704 Livestock Commission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Cell: 785-456-4187 LYNN REZAC . . . . . . . . . .St. Marys, 785-437-6475 Company, Inc. Toll Free Number...........1-800-531-1676 Website: www.rezaclivestock.com AUCTIONEERS: LELAND BAILEY & DENNIS REZAC St. Marys, Ks.