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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, March 5, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD f i Meat price to keep on climbing MONTREAL (CP) Meat prices may be high but they will rise even further before they reach levels that make the livestock business profitable for the farmer, the executive secre- tary of the Canadian Feed Manufacturers Association said this week. "You have to give the producers a sufficient return to convince them to produce meat, milk and C. L Friend said in an interview during the annual conference of the associ- ation's Quebec division. He said association members see the farmer's inadequate return as a major problem because of the importance of livestock producers to feed manufacturers' sales. "The hog producer is losing money now and so are some he said. "I just got back from a trip to the west and the feedlots out there are virtually empty. Cattle producers are losing up to a head." Farmers wait Instead of leaving beef cattle on feedlots where they would be ready for market by June or July, farmers are putting them out on grass where it will take them until August or September to be ready for market, said Mr. Friend. Mr Friend offered only two alternatives to meet this problem. "The consumer either cuts out meat or pays more for it." In another speech to the conference, W. E. Jams, federal assistant deputy minister of ag- riculture, said the federal government wants to end differences in grain prices across the country. He said under the new policy, "restrictions on western grain moving in the domestic market would be relaxed to permit freer movement of feed grains across Canada. Allowing for transportation, storage and other marketing costs from region to region, all feed grains buyers in Canada would be on an equal price said Mr. Jarvis. I We will always be here to stand behind our products and to take care of them if they need care. JUST CALL 327-7167 HUD sxr CULLI6AN WATER CONDITIONING (IfTNMNMELTB.) 12IM-I. MMMTH HI 327-7887 ANDY HOLMES, Manager many you cm condition roMrvoir md won water at our dte- play during AG-EXPO, March 5th thru 9th LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION Rural resort Milk delivery from i can strapped on tin milkman's back is par of the rural charm c Breil-Brigels in the hea rt of one of Switzer land's best ski ant summer resort areas It was only two year ago that the villager built a ski run on th slopes of the foot Crest Ault. CHINOOK OUTDOOR SALES HOOT ENTERPRISES LTD.) Junction of Mayor Magrath Orivo A Coutts Highway Phone Aflar 327-0206 Come in and see why BOLER gives you more for YOUR MONEY! 1974 model BOLERS Now in stock! Full range of equipmint Available for immidiate daliviry A few 73's lift DEAL NOWI SAVE 1 ONLY! 197328-fttt PARK AVENUE MUST CLEAR OUT! 3 NEW1 COLEMAN SKIR SNOWMOBILES Clear out prtetdl Mtst Piplir FArffltn TRUCK TOPS by inpoft or QMMMIJC %lo ivix Pricodfrom ALSO-MMtf hiltt.1 MTM40 1-ftTjQo. MH-P.Mg.11tS.00.NMi I-JTOOO FANTASTIC SAVINGS Al Prim SptdiJIr fcriBj AG-EXPO WEEK! AMEWCAN- COACH SERIES ByAUO MedM 1MB rnoM com- AvriMMe tottr. 14-1S-1S404L NEW CAMPERS JUST ARRIVED See ihese beautiful new 8 ft. to 11 tl models Some fufly loaded including shower hoi water 10 models to choose from FUNTIME and SOUTH PARK 2-ONLY NEW 1f73.1t FT. SOUTH MINI TANDEMS. I 1-NEW10 FT. SELF CONTAINED SOUTH PARK. I 1 JUST ARRIVED! "NEW LIGHTWEIGHT CAMPER FOR IMPORT TRUCKS" ;