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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD Tuesdoy, January 23, 1973 Agricultural outlook paints healthy picture The overall out- grain? and oilseeds, nn look for cnL's for general- general stability lor other co n y prices ii1" rev-ori; in W71-72 do- 10 increase in 1973 by ed through registered siauons reascd iiv a'ocut three million about three per cent over this in Ihe first three nio'.'.JiE of 1973 nisheis tj 185 million. There vear Increases in Feed costs v.ill reach about the same lev- noniisis of ihe outlook ?eut pf the Ap-UuUure eoo Thr outlook paper? v h i c 0 T cover ail Ihe major f lik-eiv hiqher thai] in noi income." in" boards act ?0on to relate vear. Butter prwkiciion is expected tliick placements to nil mate Grain prob- to increase in 1973 and about shell egg requirement, it Is bv be lower Ihr.n bslnnce consuniinion. possible that eg? production vear.' Cheddar choose production even into the seccr.d half sli-r-iv acreage and will probablv could seriously exceed do- WEDDING re higher ihan last eer share of the exD.-jidinff Ca- from the 1972 sugar beet crop ear. nanian market should equal or exceed '.hose Milk used in the rrwiuetion of ceived (or the 1971 croo. lce cream mil mil probably be the flen.anfl .or ory UD about ,5 ,er cen( ln 1C1T3 btans will likely reinuin fair- best in A high Itvel of export sa'e? assured 10 Canada. siror. forward sales already 'nd ly >ear ve W offset. by a decrease in c-., ,t' i, milk somq concentrated ul" Keen QLe larger D01vder I.-IM :-i rapesewi acre- n ri i i i H f'on of drv peas in Keeping jrice i r 1S in lht, pt lhi, erica this year could -.van lhat of world -i-i_, _.i-t Vl can be to more J they xviil useiy ,1. J B eU well those of FEED GRAINS 'nw iinerr.aiimsl feed rain market has t require assis- manageable propcnk-ro IF have diHicul.v at re-0nl c--oni of soybean HOGS lhere should price a: evident levels. in .he imuwvcnient in 1973. Sd stccks of buckwheat uie Som: first half of ;Ms venr are keeping pnces uiu3' demand thai enjoyed Total sales of domestieaHv above 1971 half totals produced cigarettes will be up tu 'U! Canada will Ijke'.v bve-l of barkv a! ihough !ov cr ILT: producUe over ;up v. ill rc-ui; i sce lmver per cent ttus year: a Return; ho-e -prices and mcrease bkel-T o po-.vcrs Jkely increase fKtl Pnce5 somewhat laraer fiue-cured y SHEEP AND 1. tobacco crop is war. aaed for Fiav ....ri crobr-blj be With s t r o n g consumer de- acreaae of fiiier and InM-ur 7 Prices like'y remain a higher !a-r year l: keeping ;he i and pri.v.- buoyant. Seme lamb prices probably aver- from ihis vear'i icreaje proha'ily bo need- aee at hich reflecting the in il.v-.-eo-: acreaee in 1973 ceneral level cf beef and pork gVEDS -ana ,o mainlam her prices. There will be adequate sup- ly in 1972 from fce very low varieties to meet espied 1973 In EC r 1 1 .-arle levek of and pncw should domestic demand, jrofiis las; favorable in remain strong into 1973. seod supplies of of the HI I tai 1 IUH Farmers and Ranchers -v r---., 5 I 1 C t prlcvs !w hishcr this Markeline boards which have be adequate. aJ ar.J lhan" a vear been established across Canada Retail prices for forage 50. few CVSL- will likely be are likely to bring more stable seeds will be higher in 1973. omeui.a; higher, and fed cat- prices for poultry and eecs at The continuing demand in Eu-.e prices average near all levels rope Japan for certified yT2 k-.e'j; Anvlhne more lhan minimal of adapted varieties is ex-In !97T ves'. siauehier will Increases "in broi-er production lo in an r.ue tne dnvT.ward trend should be csrefullv considered ed acreage in western Canada tarted year, reflecting a for 1973. under the OECD Seod Certifica--eniir.'jec demand for The Canadian Turkey Co-or- "on Scheme, attle feedin; Ln eastern Can- dinatins Committee has Apple imports renain da as "as a smaller sup- planned to increase total turkey similar to those o: year, have increased lien po'.tnris. about 13 per cent crease slightly to and high throuzhout 1973. tions and per cent above ex- mestie market. linuted, )AIRY pocted marketings. ''viu continue to be a eood one r.-f.s p.-oduciion is Tne volume o; eggs market- Canadian prod-cod apples. We have in stock 12 h. 2nd Cut Slabs and 2x8-16 ft. Rough Ideal for corrals, etc. H ftlf All HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS NOW DURING OUR E.S.P. SALE (EXTRA SPECIAL PURCHASE) We have purchased from our dealers their remaining stock of 1972 Skylark end Empress Motorhomes Trailers Campers BUY NOW AND BE READY FOR TRAVEL FUN AHEAD ADVANCE LUMBER CO. TO ATTEND OUR 1973 'PEOPLE PLEASER TRAVEL SHOW Monday to Sunday Feb. 12 to 17 SEE ALL THAT'S NEW FOR 1973 IN HOLIDAY WN -YOUR PIONEER LUMBER SINCE TRAVEL CENTRE Courts Highv.-: Phone 327-3165 ;