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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, March 5, 1974 Fertilizer supply short in Canada REGINA (CP) year, an industry official Fertilizer production in said this week. Western Canada could But Ed Kowalenko, a increase by 20 per cent this director of the Canadian Gltifccial "ANIMAL CLINIC" STOCKYARDS LETHBRIDGE Phone Daily 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. 327-8822 SECOND A. I. SCHOOL Commencing First Week in April Apply Early Enrollment limited Semen Available from all Breeds and all major BULL STUDS Fertilizer Institute, added that despite this increase in production, it is unlikely companies will be able to fill this year's demand. Companies could meet prairie farm demands for fertilizer if they broke their contracts with United States buyers, but this would severely damage Western Canada's fertilizer industry, he told a farm forum here. Although fertilizer may be in short supply this year and next year, the industry is expanding with the current buoyancy in agricultural markets, Mr. Kowalenko said. He noted that four large new nitrogen plants already have been announced for Western Canada. Meanwhile, Canadian companies have halted overseas fertilizer sales and have cut back on exports to the United States, Mr. Kowalenko said. 15 Promises You Can Hold UsTo Before you buy MF Farm Equipment 8. 1. We will help you compare machine value by providing information on every model in the MF line. 2. We will help you select a machine that is properly sized and equipped to best meet your needs. 3. We will offer a sound financial counseling service for your ma- chinery needs and will provide you with the facts an figures to help you decide whether it's to your advantage to buy, rent or lease your equipment. 4. We are eager to help. We will service all of your MF equipment. When you buy our reconditioned used equipment, we will back it up. After you buy MF Farm Equipment. 9. We will maintain a parts supply at all times and will use all our re- sources iu secure a needed pan if we do not have it on hand. 1G. 11. 6. When you buy MF Farm Equipment. 5. We will correctly assemble, lubri- cate and adjust every new machine before we deliver it. We will instruct you in proper operation and maintenance pro- cedures when we deliver your new machine and provide you with an Owner's Manual that includes maintenance and adjustment information. We will explain the terms of the warranty covering new machines. 12. 13. 14. 15. 7. We will periodically conduct MF machinery clinics to pass along the latest operation and maintenance procedures to help you get the most out of your machinery investment. We will provide on-the-farm service whenever possible to cut your downtime to a minimum. We will tell you when we can schedule.a repair job and give you our honest estimate as to how long it will take and how much it will cost. We will check your equipment for safety and general condition any- time it is in our shop and discuss our findings with you. Repair of your equipment will be supervised by our MF trained per- sonnel, men who have the "know- how." We will listen to you. We invite your suggestions for serving you better. Promises kept here. MF YOUR MASSEY-FERGUSON DEALER Wrentham Farm Supplies 1972 Ltd. Box 70 WRENTNAM. ALBERTA PH. 222-3777 Keeping watch A new arrival in the barn is never far from view even though Mrs. Don Morison of Aldergrove, B.C., has housework to do. Closed-circuit television enables the family to keep an eye on valuable racehorses. SPRA-COUPE '10QQ' ACRES PER DAY 14 MODERN FARMING FEATURES foot spray pattern NOZZLE SPACINQ-30 inch node spacing inch ground clearance minimizes spray drift BOOM TRIP section trips back upon striking obstacles to prevent damage to the boom. SAFETY unique adjustable device releases boom retaining cable, thus allowing boom to swing back if unyielding obstacles are struck. SHOCK MOUNTED mounts with spring suspension, cushions the boom BOOM loaded manual in elevates boom over obstacles. LEVER LOCK quick, simple release for folding booms for transporting WHEEL action coil springs and shock absorber smooths out roughest terrain. Detachable trailing hitch for transporting quickly attaches to wheel fork. REAR action swing type suspension cushioned by coll springs and shock absorbers located selector valve for spraying with each boom STRAY CONTROLS- independentfy. or with any combination of booms. gallon capacity with Jet agitator for thorough mixing of chemicals. industrial Engine. Four spraying speeds up to 25 m.p.h. rides a contoured vinyl covered seat on 6" of foam rubber. OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 236 36th StN. 327-1571 ;