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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE lETHBRIDGE HEFIAID Saturday, July 72, 1971 Livestock market report Ottawa weekly livestock report OTTAWA (CP) Rempls of cattle at nine public stockyards from Monday to Thursday to- talled approximately be- low the corresponding week in 1871. Eastern market deliveries were head and western market deliveries totalled 653 head. Exports of heef cattle to the United Stales totalled 235 head, with 324 tor slaughter. Good demand prevailed for most classes of slaughter cat- tle. Prices wore slightly lower for choice steers, heilers and cows. Replacement cattle were steady in most centres. Hog prices showed some im- provement but lamb prices were lower. Choice steers: Monlreal 3H.50- 3C; Toronto 37.50-38.50; Winni- peg 26.50-37: Saskatoon 34-36; Edmonton 34.50-35; Calgary 35- 35.60. Choice heifers: Montreal 30- 35.50-, Toronto 34-35; Winnipeg 32-32.50; Saskaloon 3150-32.50; Edmonton 31.50-32; Calgaiy 32- Good cows: Montreal 27-29; Toronto 27-28: Winnipeg 2G.50- 27.50; Saskaloon 24-2550; Ed- monton 25-25.50; Calgary 26- 27.50. Good feeder steers: Montreal nil: Toronln .13-46.50: Winnipeg .15-43; Saskatoon 33-40: Edmon- ton 35-10; Calgary 34-10. Good and choice veal calves: OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT Suitable For Medical Offices AVAILABLE AUGUST 1st Pahulje Construction Ltd. 2618 S. Parkside Drive. Phone ,327-6747 Montreal 50-55; Toronto 38-47; Winnipeg 50-57; Saskatoon 41- 50; Edmonton 55-00; Calgary nil. Good lambs: Montreal nil: To- ronto 34.50-37; Winnipeg 30-32; Saskatoon 23; Edmonton 27-28; Calgary 27. Grade A hogs: Montreal nil; Toronto 30.35-39.95; Winnipeg 34.55 35.45; Saskatoon 3340- 33.95; Edmonton 34.20-35; Cal- gary 33.75-35. Lethbridge Livestock Sales Monday to Friday, 210 cattle; 10 calves; hogs; 106 lambs. Butcher caltle prices general- ly steady. Replacement cattle fully steady. Trade active. Good and choice butcher steers met good demand, at strong prices as compared with last week's close. Good and choice butcher heifers steady under reasonably good demand. All classes of cows sell readily, prices 25 or more higher. Replacement cattle scarce and selling steady. SLAUGHTERS Steers, choice, 34-35; good. 33.33.75; medium, 31-32. Heifers, choice, 31.25-32; good 30.25-31. Cows, good 25-26.50; medium, 23-24.50; canncrs and cutters 19- 22.50. REPLACEMENTS Good heavy feeders steers over 750 Ibs., 34-35.50. Good light stock steers 575- 700 Ibs.. 35.50-33. Good feeder heifers, 32-34.50. HOGS, LAMBS Butcher hogs sold this week at the Lethbridge yards 33.75- 31.50 base price. Good lambs 27-28. Perlich Livestock There were 976 head of live- Block sold Ibis week at Perlicli Eros, Auction Market Ltd. Receipts included 504 cattle and 472 hogs. Cattle market met a strong demand with prices up to stronger on feeder cattle and cows. Choice steers and heifers, none on offer; good cows 25 to 26.30 with sales to 27 on heifer- EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORSHIP available in Lelhbridge crea for inlernalionally known line of welding equipment and supplies, air equip- ment, battery chargers, standby generators and other products. Excellent volume and profit potential on small investment for responsible firm or individual wilh successful background, good credit rating and aggressive sales policy. For full particulars write M. J. LACOMBE, 3312 24th ST. N.W., CALGARY, ALTA. LONE J INVESTMENTS LTD. COMPLETE DISPERSION OF FARM MACHINERY and SHORTHORN HERD TO BE HELD AT FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET LTD. FORT MACLEOD, ALBERTA FRIDAY, JULY 28th TERMS CASH NO RESERVE MACHINERY MISCELLANEOUS SALE AT A.M. 1969 Ford 250 3i-lon truck, 4-speed, custom cab, H.D., only miles. Good condiiion; 1963 Ford 1-ton, 4-speed, 8'xl2' grain box end holsl- Good condiiion; 1965 Mercury !a-ron, good mo Cascade !j camper. Interior finished wilK bed and table; 1970 Western 4-horse goose- neck Iroiler. Tandem axle, 700x15 tires, 4-wheel electric brakes, 6'x28' wilh tack M.H. gas tractor with 1970 Farm Hand loader, manure bucket and bole pickup; D17 Hesion P.T. 10 hoy binder, wilh condilioner, like new; M.H. U' pull lype swa'ner. M.H. 15' pull lype swalher; 4 wheel side delivery rake; Cockshutt 115 J.D. 14T baler PTO; Ferris Wheel bale Farm Hond bale accumulator ond pickup; J.D. Gyro mower, 5', pull type; field sprayer; 14' smgle disc; 12' 20' farm trailer; 2 grain, grinders; 500 gal. fuel tank-, 500 gal. propane tank; pressure pump; table and chairs; propane fridge; propane healer; propane itovc. LIVESTOCK SALE AT P.M. This is on oulslandinq modern type herd of red and roan females with an excellent set of calves at side. Size, natural fleshing ability and good udders describe this long established herd originated by Lewis O. Hanscn of Fort Mnclood. 36 head Reg. Shorlliorn wilh calves, 2-10 years old; 30 rjrade Shorlhorn cows with calves, 7-10 years old; 18 Reg. Sliorlhorn heifer, 1 Rtg Shorlhorn,