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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Rare sheep Ramases, a Jacob ram, is pictured on the grounds of its home at Never Castle, south- ern England, where the first sale of these sheep for breeding overseas has just been complet- ed. The Jacobs, a sturdy breed sporting norse-like horns, pro- duces wool of three different colors. need man EDMONTON (CP) With many huge cor- porations unloading the farm operations they got into in the United States, the prospect of the family farm in Alberta being-; taken over by a corpora- NEXT EDITION THE CHINOOK Will appear in The Lethbridge Herald TUESDAY, FEB. 11 Advertisers are reminded that the dead- line for advertisements is Wednesday, Feb. 5th. The lethbridge Herald tion has been dramatically reduced. The Alberta agriculture in a release, said the largest U.S. cor- porations have learned "their financially oriented, brass simply don't under- stand farming." "Corporations try to grow too fast and have no chance to make little mis- takes before making the big ones that bankrupt, them." These corporations have learned, that the essential factor in profitable farming is the day-to-day supervision by a man with substantial stake .in the business. The department said farming cannot be operated like a large scale manufacturing in- dustry and the many uncer- tainties inherent in far- ming, such as weather, soil and yields mean daily decisions made in the field, "not behind a desk and they require intuition, not book learning." The department said that about 78 per" cent of the 49.5 million acres of farm land in Alberta is owned or rented by private in- dividuals. Parisien Beat Galant Apollo Donald Tuesday, January E LETHBRIDGE HERALD-13 Announcing! As a Y-Tex distributor in Canada Semen available from the following herds: Parisien J.S, Mr. Image Maine-Event Wotan Tyrol Springer Foxlease Citation Paclamar Dairyman MacSwan Prince Rbckmen Galant Brown Swiss Ctiianlni Limousin Angus Red Angus Distributors of Universal Ear Tags 5 colors, 2 sizes, and ink, plus applicators (numbered and CONTACT US FOR ALL YOUR REQUIREMENTS! Contact: P.O. Box 910 Cardston, Alberta, Canada Phone (403) 653-4437 ;