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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THf LtTMBRIDGE HERALD Augu.l 23, 1975 Farniy ranch vacations popular in Alberta AllK-i In t li c Federal Provincial S jn a 1 I Kami Agreement earlier this miuilh, Ihis pi-ovinee became Hit1 in Camida u> enter into ;.n with federal i-j nnient lo special anil jMriicular attention In the fam- ily farm unit. The development program ;i.1 application over the entire piovincc, no emphasis on aiiy one region in the district. The core of the agreement centres on Jand purchases and lo facilitate develop- ment of more viable family (aims. It is also designed to assist owner operators of unecono- mic units to recover their couily in their holdings, lo pre- pare for other pursuits, and lo u-move low capability land from agriculture by traasfer- it to other uses. Allied with the land purchase arrangements are additional inputs in I he area of special credit, farm management and rural development counselling j-rr vices. Kmphasis Is on assistance to Itoth tlie family and the Farm. Tius makes it pos- sible for Alberta fanners in participate in all phases of tin; small farm program. of the oVpjirf-- menl of iculfure last year iinjilf-jiu'nfed to tfivi? em- phasis to two major areas nf irullund devt'lopnioiiL The (if the federal pinvin rial si 11 ulI farm development will yivc added im- petus lo the government's plans for family farms, according to Agricultural Minister Dr. Hugh Homer. The province Is committed to the concept of viable family farm units and self determina- tion of a rural life style. The province, according to Dr. llor- ner, has additional tools lo a.ssist family farm units in cop- ing with, the technological and economic changes that have af- fected agriculture in the past, and will continue to have these available, In some instances farmers may wish lo develop economic, viable farm units, while others may want lo leave agriculture altogether. Under the program, the fed- ELECTRIC START IT'S OUR PRE-FREEZIN' SEASON SPECTACULAR! A startling offer! Install a free e-lctlric slorl in the '73 Panther, lynx, C heel oh