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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _________ Uthbridge Herald, Thursday, March 16, 1972 THt CHINOOK 3 Grain corn sought for feed as alternate to barley Gi corn Is prefer reel to barlcy feed and ooul cl m c-an incre ascti prcd uc- tion of corn in southern Alber- ta. Bill Ritchie, representative of the B.C. Feed Manufacturers Association, said the lew fibre content of corn makes it ideal (or pou1 try feed, He saiil barley dccsn'i work out ss well as the primary in- for poultry rations. thft Alberta Ccrn Growers Association conveiv tioii in Talxsr, Mr. Ritchie said if production technology allows incre as cd yields and corres- pondingly increased acreages. Alberta could si] pply I he corn requirements for the B.C. mar- ket. askcd if tIMJ borders between provinces should bo opened to allow the free move- ment of grain, Mr. Ritchie sug- gested thnt il may not be the right time. "I am afraid that if they opened, tlx? borders now to allow the free movement of grain, we could find ourselves con t rolled not only by tli o CfVNFAUM PUBLICATION "Information About CAN- FARM" is a new federal pub- lication which describes this new form management pro- gram for Canadian farmers. Canadian wheat beard but (he other provinces as he said, "It is a very touchy subject." system for Canadian wheat could mean an increase La price of feed grain, "We don't hope for it, but Vin He told one farmer that the inclined to think we might scu recently introduced hvo-price it." _____ PHOTOGRAPHERS PORTRAIT WEDDING COMMERCIAL SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 710 3rd AVE. S. 328-0111 PHONES 328-0222 EASTER SPECIAL! All Spring Fabrics A Prinied Fortrels Cottons Plain and Printed Denim Polyester Crepes Men's Fortrel Knits 20% For All Your Sewing Needs its Pincher Creek Sewing Basket Mam Street PEnchcr Creek Phone 527-3922 Complete Sewing McCalls Karidel Ki terns. PROWLER -TH. Cal, TERRY "Wherever The 4 Winds Blow" to the beautiful counJry side, your favorite fishing spot or just relax in the mountains with PROWLER TERRY TAURUS TRAVEL TRAILERS This "SOID" line-up of models and options provides each customer willl the greatest flexa- bility and potential in the trailer industry. This U the result of the manufacturer's systematic research into the trends, needs and desires of the consumer augmented by the comments and suggestions received from dealers and owners through day to day contacts providing what Die consumer wants at the best price and value obtainable. Our Trailer Show at the Exhibition Pavilion in January was a tremendous success. As we didn'l get the opportunity of talking to many of you personally, we would like to invite you to come to our sales location at 2910 1st Ave. S., so th :il wo can show you tho great snvin-s we have in store for you. "We Need Good Used Trailers" Your frailer is worth more if you trade now! TAURUS Grain Taken in Trade Bank or IAC Financing We Evan Take Cash TERRY TRAILER SALES 2910 1 Ave. S. East of Gov't Elevators PHONE 327-1233 Mirk Klovansdy ;