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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, Ftbruiry 15, 1975 THE STOCKMAN'S MARKET HOGS SELL TUBS, at 1 p.m. -ALSO- Dairy Cows Baby Calves Sheep TUBS., Feb. 18th Following the hog sale Approx. p.m. OMERPOIRIER HOLSTEIN SALE 40 Springing Holstein Heifers ese are lop quality heifers from Ontario, Th years of A-l Breeding. ling many M.rkit Hogs Shipped Diily Live Weight and Dressed Basis SPECIAL RANCHERS' CALF SALE Wed., Feb. 19-1p.m. 400 HEAD 400 TOP QUALITY RANCH CALVES EVERY WEDNESDAY oT.r'''CrM' YEARLING FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE AND CLAVES p.m. 500 HEAD 500 YEARLINGS AND MIXED CATTLE STOCK COW and BRED HEIFER SALE Fri.. Feb. 21 at 1 p.m. EXPECTING 500 HEAD List yours early! Wood Ranching Ltd. Fri., Feb. 28-1p.m. 66 Limousins 8-% Heifers (1974) 14-Vz Heifers (1974) 18-Bred 'A Blood 2 year old Heifers Bred Al to Esbrouffuer 26 Bred Vi Blood 3-4 year old cows bred to Gibus CIM 170 LIMOUSIN DISPERSIAL Pregnancy examined, bangs herd. A -lop quality herd of modern producing cattle. La Barge Meadow Ranch SELECTED HOLSTEIN SALE Sal., March p.m. led Holitei Including: 165 Selected Holiteins 120 IV: year old Heifers, due in May 45 Open Yearling Heifers These heifers were" selected in-Ontario from some of their top Dairy Herds, and were delivered to Southern Alberta in March 1974. Top Holstein bulls were selected from leading Southern Alberta dairies, and were turned out August 20.1974. All heifers were preg. tested and are safe in calf. Make plans to attend this sale and buy quality Holsteins. KANE SANDER CHAROLAIS PRODUCTION SALE Hon.. March 10.1 p.m. 70 CHAROLAIS INCLUDING 29 Purebred 2 year old bulls', 6 Purebred yearling 25 bred 2 year old heilera, 10 bred yearling heifers. Majority of the females are or full bloods carrying the services of Alfatta John and Champion. The entire sale offering is by Bourgeois FMC 54. Bangs and T.B. teited. A Quality Herd of Modern Charolais Cattlel GIGANTIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION SATURDAY, MARCH 22nd -11 a.m. _______ LIST YOUR MACHINERY EARLY LETHBRIDGE SPRING BULL SALE _ The Stockmen's source for top quality rancher and herd bulls. WED. AND THURS, APRIL 2nd and 3rd LETHBBID8E EXHIBITION PAVILION 250 Hereford 50 ANGUS 2 SHORTHORN Sponsored by the Southern Alberta Cattle Breeders' Actociatior Sales Management By PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. FOR SALE NEW SELF FEEDERS HAY FEEDERS, GRAIN FEEDERS, BUNKS, LOADING CHUTES, etc. IF YOU ARE PLANNING A FARM SALE OR DISPERSAL SALE BOOK YOUR DATE NOW! ALL SALES CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Located In the Hub of Southern Livestock Induetry 3 of Lethbridge on Highway 3 and V< mile wtith BOX 1057, LETHBRIDQE T1J 4A2 PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 320-3101 COMPANY LICINSI NO. 07146S -AUCTIONEERS- JOC PERLICH Lit. 010213 BOB BALOa Lie. OS74S4 TONY PERLICH lie. 010212 Buying surge at best level By SANDRA INGALSBE The Canadian Press Another surge of buying interest carried North American stock markets sharply higher this week with major indicators closing at their best levels so far this year. The gain was the fourth straight for markets which have recorded only one weekly decline since the beginning of the year; Despite losses early in the week, largely due to investors taking profits on recent gains in shares prices, markets resumed their rise during the last three days amid increased trading activity. Analysts said the sustained advance has encouraged more and more Stocks close TORONTO (CP) The Toronto stock market was higher near the close of active trading Friday. Fields Stores rose 1 to ?13, Labatt A 1 to Trizcc 1 to Dome Pete to and Grafton Group to Weston fell to Calgary Power to Molson B to Selkirk A to and Traders A to MONTREAL (CP) Prices con- tinued higher in moderate trading Fri- day on the Montreal Stock Exchange. industrials advanced 2.01 to 189.38, the composite 1.58 to 186.48, papers 0.90 to 107.14, utilities 0.69 to 141.20 and banks 0.28 to 251.95. Volume was 453.200 shares com- pared with shares Thursday. Dome Petroleum increased to Alcan Aluminum to Bank of Montreal to Gulf Oil Canada H to and Bell Canada 'w to Among speculative issues, Belleterre Quebec was up one 73 cents on turnover of shares. VANCOUVER (CP) Prices were up in active trading Friday at the Van- couver stock exchange. Closing volume was shares. In the industrials. Canterra was up .03 at .33 on shares. Newmark was up .15 at on Venture was unchanged at ,30 and Block Bros, is unchanged at on EDP Industries was unchanged at .08 and Kaiser was up .30 at Sabina Industries, which owns a 60- pcr-cent interest through stocks and options in a property tying in to property owned by Tara Explorations, was the feature on the Vancouver ex- change. H climbed .14 to early and clos- ed at Tara, an Irish stock, was expected to make an announcement later Friday and trade in the senior Irish mining issue was halted in Toronto and Vancouver awaiting the news. Much of the trading in Sabina was believed coming from the east. Vestor, another Vancouver issue with Irish interests, was up .06 at on light trading after a jump of .13 Thursday. In the mines, Cutlass was down .03 at .56 on 114.400 shares. San Jacinto was up .09 at .45 on Tyee Lake was up .02 at .08 on and Northern Homesteao' was up .05, at .17 on In the oils, Payette International was down .02 at .12 on shares. Galveston was down .01 at on Seneca was down .09 at on and Rand A was unchanged at .78 on Stampede was down .02 at .78 and Bison Petroleum was up .10 at Curb volume was shares. Consolidated Monarch was up at .54 on Cadet Resources was up .02 at .40 on and Renniks was un- changed at .54 on and TRV Minerals was up .09 at .80 on Balmoral was up .04 at .31 and Mundee Mines wag down one-half at NEW YORK (AP) Some late buy- ing encouraged by favorable news on interest rates and inflation enabled the stock market to post.another sizeable gain Friday. investors to get into the market. Those who have had funds invested in fixeJ income instruments now find stocks more attractive as interest rates con- tinue their downward trend. Analysts also note that the strong recover has taken place despite the steady outpouring of statistics of recession and that markets are actual- ly anticipating improvement in the North American economies later this year. At Toronto, the industrial index, widely-based indicator of market trend, closed the week up 3.70 to 185.18, highest level since the 185.60 of Aug. 9. The index has gained about 31.46 points since the market rally began fast Dec. 24. The Montreal composite index rose 4.17 to 186.11 and the industrial index 4.62 to 188.98. At New York, the Dow Jones in- dustrial average finished the week at 734.20, up 22.30. Volume on the New York Stock Exchange Thursday was a record 35.10 million shares, surpassing the Jan. 27 high of 32.13 million. Trading was fairly active at Toronto this week with million shares changing hands for a value of million, compared with 13.64 million and million last week. Volume on the Montreal market was 3.86 million shares compared with 3.49 million last week. Value was million against million. Gold shares were up sharply this week, reflecting a sharp advance in the price of gold on bullion markets. The price of gold Friday was an ounce at the afternoon fixing in Lon- don, highest since early January, Analysts attribute the activity in gold and gold stocks to concern about continued high inflation. The Toronto gold index this week rose 38.52 to 436.68., highest since Nov. 18. Following the general market trend, the western oil index gained 7.65 to 164.22, high since Aug. 16 and base metals .82 to 68.46. Livestock Ottawa Bonds GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BONDS Oct. 99.45 99.50 8 Jul. 104.75 105.25 4'A% Sept 83.50 83.75 Sept 77.00 78.00 3 SplSPerp 37.00 38.00 6'A% 'Apr. 99.95 100.05 7'A% Jul. 100.25 100.35 PROV. 4 PROVINCIAL GUARANTEED BONDS Alia '90 98.00 99.00 Onl 7 '88 86.50 87.50 Ont Hyd 9 '94 99.50 100.50 N.B. '90 98.00 99.00 N.S. '92 78.00 79.00 Alia '90 99.50 100.50 Man Hyd 8 '91 89.00 90.00 Sask '90 97.50 98.50 Nfld 9'A% '90 96.50 9750 INDUSTRIALS Alia Gas Tr '90 94.00 96.00 Alcan '91 95.00 97.00 BC For '92 95.00 97.00 BC Tel '90 94.00 96.00 CPSec '90 92.00 94.00 CU Intl Corp '91 94.00 96 00 Egg prices EDMONTON (CP) Weekly egg and poultry report issued by the federal agriculture department: EGGS: To producers: A large 73; A medium 70; A small 50; B 55; C 18; cracks 27. To retailers: A large 82-88; A medium 81-86; A small 61-70. (Three cents ex- tra in To consumers (in car-, A large'85-99.; A medium 83-96; A small 75-83. POULTRY: To producers: Live No. 1 chicJcen: broilers, 35; 6 and over, 40'A; 5 and un- der 6, 34. Fowl: Under 4, 5-7. Turkey: under 12, 40; 12 to 18, 40; over 18 WA. Live No, 2 chicken: 6 and over, 5 and under 6, 31. Turkey: Under 12, 37; 12 to 18, 37; over 18, 36'A. CWNG '90 95.00 In Pr Pipe '90 96.00 98.00 Massey '80 99.00 Noranda 9V4% '90 96.00 98.00 Intl Nick 9Vj% '90 96.00 98.00 Steel-Cda 9K% '90 97.00 99.00 CONVERTIBLES Acklands '88 98.00 100.00 Alta Gas Tr 7tt% '90 122.00 Scurry '88 76.00 78.00 W Trans C 5Vi% 80.00 82.00 W Trans '91 102.00 104.00 I.A.C. 9Vi% '94 109.00 111.00 Earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Dalex Co. Ltd., three months ended Dec. 31: 1974, no per share figures available; 1973, United Financial Management Ltd., year ended Dec. 3f: 1974, loss, 14.3 cents a share; profit, 23.5 cents. United Westburne nine months ended Dec. 31- 1974 a share; 1973. Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds closed Friday off 1-25 at 4-25. Pound sterling was off 1-25 at R39 59-100. In New York, the Canadian dollar was up 1-25 at 21-25. Pound.sterl- ing was up 3-50 at 21-100. j Feed prices WINNIPEG (CP) Wheat board domestic feed grain prices Friday: No. 1 feed barley 2.69; No. 1 feed oats OTTAWA (CP) Figures from nine public stockyards this week show slaughter cattle and calf sales were down substantially from last week but feeder cat.tle.and sheep and lamb sales increased, the federal agriculture department said Friday. A total of slaughter cattle and calves were traded, down from last week but feeder cattle and calf trade was up 50 from last week at 4.525. Sheep and lamb sales were up substantially at an increase of 450 ffom last week. A-l and A-2 steer trade in Toronto opened under narrow demand, losing then regaining of the initial loss by mid-week in active trade. A-l and A-2 steer trade in most western centres was moderate to dull causing declines of to but Calgary prices advanced 50 cents at closing, A-l and A-2 cow prices advanced in early and mid-week trade in good demand and vealer calf prices advanc- ed in early trading under good demand. A-l and A-2 heifer prices were steady in Toronto throughout the week under narrow to good demand but prices in most western centres declin- ed to in dull trading. Winnipeg prices were steady under moderate to good demand, PRICES ADVANCE Prices for D-I and D-2 cows, used for hamburg, advanced in the west from 50 mils to ?2 in good demand. All classes of feeder cattle and calves maintained steady prices until when prices closed higher under moderate demand. Prices for feeder steers of more than 750 pounds in Winnipeg were steady in moderate demand. Saskatoon prices lost in mid-week trade and Ed- monton prices dropped in moderate trade. Heifers of more than 550 pounds declined in mid-week trade in Saskatoon in moderate demand while prices at Edmonton advanced in early trade then declined from the initial advance. Steer calves of 401 to 575 pounds in Saskatoon declined under moderate demand for light supplies. Heifer calves of 401 to 550 pounds in Winnipeg advanced in early trade in good demand. Good lamb prices declined in Toronto in early trade under good demand. Index 100 hog prices, opening higher from last week, declined and closed 75 cents higher for a net ad- vance of SUMMARY: Slaughter cattle, steers A-l and A-2: Calgary 34-35.30; Edmonton 31.50- 33.50; Saskatoon 33.75-35.75; Winnipeg 36.50-37.50; Toronto 39.50-41.50; Montreal 40.25-42. Heifers, A-l and A-2- Calgary 32- 32.70; Edmonton 31-32; Saskatoon 30.75-33.75; Winnipeg 32.50-35; Toronto 36-38. D-l and D-2 cows: Calgary 22-24; Ed- monton 19-21; Saskatoon 16.75-19.50; Winnipeg 20-22.50; Toronto 22-24; Montreal 20-23.50. Slaughter calves, good and choice veal: Saskatoon, 32-35.25; Toronto 35- 55; Montreal 50-S5. Feeder steers more than 750 pounds: Calgary 32.50-34; Edmonton 29.50-32; Saskatoon 29-33.25; Winnipeg 30-33; Toronto 33-35. Feeder steer calves 401-575 pounds: Edmonton 27-31; Saskatoon 23-28.25; WinnioeB 28-31. Good Iambs: Toronto 46-47. Index 100 hogs dressed: Calgary 52.55-53; Edmonton 52.50-53.05; Saska- toon 52.70-53.05; Winnipeg 53.05-54.40; Toronto 57-59.40; Montreal 58.15-58.27. Perlich There were 713 head of livestock sold this week at' Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. Receipts included 412 cat- tle and 301 hogs. There was a light run of mostly medium quality cattle on offer. Demand was good on ail classes. Butcher cows met a keen demand, prices 2 to 314 dollars higher. Price quotations as follows: SLAUGHTER CATTLE Al and A2 heifers 29.75 to 31.80. Holstein steers 27.90. Dl and D2 cows 21 to 24.70. D4 cows 16 to 20. Bologna bulls 19 to 23: REPLACEMENT CATTLE Steer calves 25CHOO Ibs. 30 to 32.50. Steer calves 400-550 Ibs. 30 to 32.50. Plain quality stoer calves all weights 20 to 29. Feeder steers under 800 Ibs. 30 to 32.50. Feeder Winnipeg grain SPRING of 75 BRED BUILDER SALES PLAN NOW TO ATTEND! Monday, April 7 p.m. SIMMENTALSALE Monday, April p.m. MAINE ANJOU SALE Monday, April 21. p.m. 3 BREED SALE Blondes Gelbuieh Limousin Friday, April 25 1 :OO p.m. CHAROLAIS BULLS Monday, April 28 p.m. CHIANINASALE Friday Saturday May 2 and 3 HORSE SALE Monday, May 5th 11 :OO a.m. NEW BREEDS Tarentaise Normandy Pinzgauer Salers Romagnola Marchigiana LISTINQS INVITID FOR ENTRY FORMS CONTACT PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. P.O. BOX 1057 LETHBRIDGE T1J 4A2 Phone 329-3101 Loceted 3 mtlM of Lethfcrldge on Hlghwijr No. 3 and mil. South. Company Lfcente No. 0714M AUCTIONEERS: JOE PERLICH Lie. 010113 BOBBALOG Lie. 067454 TONY PERLICH Lie. 010212 WINNIPEG (CP) Prices were generally mixed in brisk activity Fri- day on the Winnipeg Commodity Ex- change. Although Vancouver rapeseed was down as much as seven cents a bushel, most other commodities hovered neat- Thursday's closing prices. Thursday's volume of trade was 000 of feed wheat, of oats, 000 of barley, of rye. of flax, of rapeseed and nil of corn. Closing prices: Thunder Bay rapeseed: May one higher 6.79B; July unchanged 6.76: Oct: unchanged 6.72N; Nov. unchanged Vancouver rapeseed: Mar. two lower June 2Vz lower 7.01; Sep. three lower 6.81B; Nov. seven lower 6.67B. Flax: May one lower; 8.89B; July four lower 8.50A; Oct' unchanged 8.31B; Nov. unchaged 7.89N. Feed wheat: May 1% higher 3.86B; July two higher 3.74B; Oct. unchanged 3.6IN. Corn: Mar. two lower 3.48A; May unchanged 3.55N; July unchanged 3.52N. Barley: May V, higher 2.69; July unchanged 2.66; Oct. unchanged 2.52N. Oats: May Vt higher l.SOKiB; July 'A higher 1.80B; Oct. unchanged I.75N, one lower 2.64B; July two lower 2.60KB; Oct. unchanged 2.50N. Grain .quotes Friday (basis High Low Close Flax May Jly 853 Oct Nov Rapeseed Thunder Bay May Jly Oct i Nov Rapeseed Vancouver 694 W 262 259 Mar Jun; Sep Nov Rye May Jly Oct Barley May Jly Oct Oals May Jly Oct _ Corn (basis Montreal) Mar May Jly Feed Wheat iy 386'A Jly Oct 706 704 667 265 Vi 181 850 679 676' 672 645 703'A 701 264 '26014 250 269 266 252 180 175 REUULAR RIMIMBIR HOG SALES EVERY WEDNESDAY Hegsat p.m. NO HOGS WILL BE SOLD MONDAYS ntdULAH CATTLE SALES WILL CONTINUE EVERY MONDAY PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD CnONE TABEf JOHNNYCHARLTON Herald- Business Chicago markets CHICAGO (AP) Soybean futures declined 6 cents a bushel an the Board of Trade Friday, but other com- modities closed on generally irregular tones. Trade was mixed on the opening and the close, but in between it was slow and largely one-sided, among local professionals. There appeared to be no outside reason for the lack of interest, but some trade sources thought the non-participants were marking time. It was thought on the opening that a government report concerning the numbers of cattle on feed and another report of export commitments might steers over 800 ibs. 30 to 33.10. Shortkeep steers 30.50 to 31.50. Heifer calves 250-400 Ibs. 20 to 22. Heifer calves 400-500 Ibs. 20 to 23. Plain quality heifer calves 16 to 20. FeedeK heifers 25 to 28.60. Feeder cows 17 to 21. HOGS, DAIRY CATTLE Market hogs dressed weight 52.50 to 53.10. No weaner and feeder hogs on offer due to cold weather. indicate some trade moves. The reports were considered constructive to mildly bullish but failed to exert much effect on prices. Instead; it appeared that liquidation was the order of the day in advance of a three-day holiday. Monday, the ex- change will be closed in observance of presidential, birthdays. At the height of the liquidation in the soybean complex meal was down about a ton, oil 50 points and soybeans 12 points. There was some improvement in the price structures before the close. Wheat, corn and oats generally mov- ed in a rather narrow price range, con- sidering moves in recent weeks. Prices at the close showed some im- provement in the export factor. At the close, soybeans were 1 to 6 cents a bushel lower, March 5.91; wheat 2 lower to. higher, March 4.09; corn 1% lower to Vt higher, March and oats unchanged to lower, March 1.68. Grain quotations Friday: Wheat: Mar 4.09; May 4.03; Jul 3.86; Sep 3.91; Dec 4.00. Corn: Mar 3.10; May Jul 3.12V4; Sep 2.97; Dec 2.81; Mar Oats: Mar 1.68; May I.58V2; Jul 1.51 Vz: Sep 1.47; Dec. 1.50. PICTURE BUTTE AUCTION MARKET IdMlly located in of large eattli toding ind hog railing country. CALF-FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE SALE Wed.. Feb. 19th -1p.m. 300 -HEAD -300 ALL CLASSES OF CATTLE HOG and DAIRY CATTLE SALE mm EVERY SATURDAY AT P.M. MARKET HOGS ASSEMBLED MONDAY THRU FRIDAY Truckinfl Government Branding, Veterinary Vaccinating Service Order Buying Feeding Pens For Information and Listings Contact JIM or JOE JURIS Picture Butte Auction Market-Picture Butte, Alberta Auction market located 16 miles north of Lethbridge on Highway 25 know 732-4400 PICTURE BUTTE THIS WILL BE AN EXCEPTIONALLY UR6E AUCTION SALE ANOTHER LARGE LUCAS SALE MONDAY, FEB. Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. STARTING AT A.M. Sale held in HEATED PAVILION Will be selling tractors at a.m. sharp. All Hems sold before sale date will be reasonably replaced. Delivery arrangement! available! Out of State buyer! call collect for information. Airline Service and Free Motel Heiervationi 715-423-4279. Term< of Sale: CASH Settlement must be made day of tale. New buyers must have Letter ol Credit from Bank We hove over 200 new and like new and late model large tractors, many have oabi, air and dual wheels. IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF NEW OR LATE MODEL TRACTORS, DON'T MISS THIS LAROE TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT SALE! TRACTORS: 2 new demonstrator 7520 John Deere, 4 wheel drive Diesel with cab and air, less than 20 hours. New demonstrator 7520 John Deere 4 wheel drive Diesel wilh cab and air and 18.4 x 34 duals. 6030 John Deere, no hitch, no cab and 18 x 4 x 38, regular duals. 1 late model 1800 Massev Ferguson 4 wheel drive dlesel. 1 67-1200 Case with cab and 3-point Case-4 wheel drive with cab and 3-point. 1 late model 7020 John Deere 4 wheel drive with cab and dozer blade. 2 like new 2470 Case 4 wheel drive with cab and air and 3-pgint. 2 new 2470 Case 4 wheel drive with cab and air and 3-point. IHO with ca6 and duals. 2 new 1466 IHC wilh cab and air 2 new 1066 IHC with cab and air. 2 new 966 IHC wilh cab and air. 2 used 1466 and low hcurs' 3 used 106e IHC with oab. 1026 IHC wilh cab. 2 used 966 IHC with cab. low hours 2used966IHC with cab, low hours and hydrostat. Farmall diesel fff- mall diesel. Farmall gas. Farmall diesel. Farmall gas. Farmall diesel. 2-.560 Farmall gas. Farmall diesel 2 like new 4630 John Deere 4 wheel drive diesel with cab and air with less than 500 hours. 1 like new 4430 John Deere 4 wheel drive with cab' and air. 2 tike new 4630 John Deere diesel cabandair 4new4430John Deere cab and air. 4 used 4430 John Deere cab and air. 3 new 4230 John Deere cab and air. 3 used 4230 John Deere cab and air 1 new 4030 John Deere cab and air. 2 used 4030 John Deere cab and air John Deere wilh cabs and 24.5 x 32 tires. John Deere with cabs and duals. John Deere with duals. John Deere diesel powershilt and dlft. lock. 2-70-71-4020 John Deere diesel powershift and duals. 3020 John Deere diesel utility 3010 John Deere diesel utility. 3010 John Deere diesel utility. 1 late model 4620 John Deere. 3 late model 4520 John Deere. 2 late model 4320 John Deere. 4020 John Deere diesel. model 4020 John Deere gas. 5-65-68 model 4020 John Deere diesel. 3-62-64 model 4010 John Deere gas. 3-62-64 model 4010 John Deere diesel. 5-61- 64 model 3010 John Deere diesel. model 3010 John Deere gas. model 3020 John Deere diesel. model 3020 John Deere gas. model 2010 John Deere gas. model 820 John Deere diesel. model 9600 Ford diesel with cab and air and 3-point with less than 400 hours. 2-1974 model 8600 Ford diesel with less than 500 hours. Ford diesel. 8000 Ford diesel with duals. Ford diesel. Ford diesel. 2-65-5000 Ford diesel. diesel- 2-D-17 Allls Chalmers diesel and gas. D-21 Allls Chalmers diesel. 2 late model 1090 Case diesel 4 late Case dlMel- 4 late model Case 2 late' model 1370 Case diesel. 2 late model 830 Case comtort king std. 6 late model 930 Case diesel comtort king. 10 late model 1030 Case diesel comfort king. Case diesel comfort king std. Case diesel and gas. 1-63-830 Case diesel std. diesel diesel. 1650 Oliver gas. 64-1800 QNver diesel. G-1000 M S M diesel with duals. G-1000 Vista diesel. G-1000 M S M on LP. 72 model 1050 Moline diesel Late model 1130 Massey Ferguson diesel. 2 late mods! 1100 Massey Ferguson PLUS MANY OTHERS ARRIVING BEFORE SALE DATE CRAWLERS LOADERS BACKHOES: Michigan 4 wheel drive diesel model 75 Payloader with bucket and torks IHC 340 utility and loader. 300 John Deere backhoe and loader Case 530 loader and backhoe. John Deere tractor and loader 65 Dia- mond T-Twin screw dump truck with 10 yard box. Hough 4 wheel drive wih Ferguson 2 wheel drive loader and backhoe.Lnte model IHC 3444 loader backhoe. Late model Ford loader and Clark fork lift IKS lnch tupe rototlller with 100 horse engine. Model 6M Semin 70 Inch IndustrW self propelled rototlller 4 wheel drive dKsel Payloader with yard bucket er Grain Dryers. Plows. Discs. Combines. Corn heads. Misc. We have over 400 used tractor tires on hand. Largest supply of new and used tractor pins In Central Wlsconslnl ;