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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta lETHEr 8 LETHBRIDQE HERALD July 1974 Turf grass spiked B.C There's no soft life for the plots of turfgrass at the Agriculture Canada Research Station here. They receive treatments using a spiked roller during the fall spring period. The idea is to simulate the kind of wear these turfgrasses will get if they graduate to use on Cana- dian sports fields Of 58 turfgrass varieties perennial ryegrass and Kentucky bluegrass appear to be the most wear-resistant. Milliken Farm Supplies Ltd. Used Machinery BALERS Field Ready N.H. 268 Send No. 7266 N.H. MOTOR Serial No. 14846 N.H. Swill No. 8284 N.H. 268 P.T.O. SwMNo.4790 N.H. 283 P.T.O. orw year old M.F. 10 P.T.O. No. 996002812 10 P.T.O. Swtal No. 996031294 M.F. 9 P.T.O. No. 1327000316 M.F. 12 P.T.O. FORD 530 P.T.O. 950 1375 1450 J.D. 14T P.T.O. Serial No. 59275 CASE 330 P.T.O. Serial No. 8328069------ 875 900 1200 1350 650 450 750 SWATHERS C.C.I.L. 12'SWATHER 1-J.D. 20012' 1400 No. 10 QQQ 700 300 650 PT0181 15-PTO 120 PTO IS1 From AND UP COCKSHUTT 650 1700 2900-3500 SWATHER CANVASES For most makes and models have just arrived for both P.T.O. and S.P. eg. I H.C. 201-12'SP J.D. P.T.O. M.F. SP VERSATILE 3960 11016 4331 4968 MISCELLANEOUS 350 375 750 400 MALCO POP UP BALE LOADER INLAND BALE STOOKERS ANDEHtfON CHAFF SAVEh With 10 h.p. Kohler electric engine TRACTOR FORAGE HARVESTER -t Qftft with pickup row corn hd. I 9UU 1000 THE ABOVE PRICES ARE IN EFFECT FOR MONTH OF JUNE WE HAVE MANY MORE USED ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO LISTI Milliken Farm Supplies Ltd. Phone 223-4437 TABER Island Implements Phone 545-2121 BOW ISLAND Insect diet in our future TORONTO If the world's population con- tinues to people may be eating insects by the year says William a professor at the University of Toronto. Mr a zoologist specializing in insect estimates the world population of four billion will double before then He says he recognizes the problem of feeding creatures with wings .and antennas' to people used to eating meat and potatoes. would have to be disguised in some no doubt about he said. problem is that food is an emotional subject so-called Green Revolution has failed in because some Asian peoples won't eat a different kind of rice from what they are used to Massive malnutrition is rampant throughout the world and that is the good side of the problem con- sidering there is outright starvation for he says. Mr. Friend said he pees the development of insect at first for animal food. Howard House of the Canadian department of agriculture says there is nothing odd or exotic about eating insects. Chem- they are the same as beef with about 18 per cent protein and 4.5 per cent fat He says a lot of people al- ready are eating insects and enjoying it cattle you need about an acre of good land for a year or so to produce about 800 pounds of he said. can afford that now in Canada but we won't be able to for very Insect which resembles often increase their weight several hundredfold a he added. can be raised any- where. We could feed them on waste Mr. House said the first tons of larvae a day in barns and process it for animal food day perhaps the larvae will be processed directly for human food needs Mr House says that insects have a high percen- tage of cholestrol which would have to be as would other chemicals that some peo- ple would be allergic to. SNOW MOLD The unusually deep and long duration snow cover in parts of Saskatchewan in 1973-74 favored increased snow mold disease on winter cereals and grasses. Scarlet saluted Cardston Mayor Lloyd helps Mary Dover unwrap a painting presented to her re- cently at Cardston's century celebration com- memorating the arrival 100 years ago of the North West Mounted Police. Mrs. a former Calgary is the grand daughter of Col. J. F. who led the great trek of 1874. Watching the presentation are Cardston Chamber of Commerce president Dennis Burt and chamber member Alan Williams About 500 Cardston and area- re- sidents joined in the chambers to the men in CHAROLAIS RANGE BULLS well 2 year olds Purebred and high percentage bulls Ready tc go to work. 246-3473 or Calgary COMBINE OTORS CHRYSLER INDUSTRIAL SIXES AND V8'S AVAILABLE FROM For complete details BAALIM WHOLESALE LTD. 205 10th Street South Phone 327-8587 or the GARAGE or SERVICE STATION NEAREST YOUI ;