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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuredgy, Memli 30, 1972 THE LETHB8IOGE HtRALP 5 Many sheep lost to coyotes About worth of sheep and wore lost to coyotes to Albeit a lust year, Ing four per cent of the lotal Ehoep jxrnilf.tton. This fact is revealed i n a gurvey on siieep predu I or losses jiisl completed by the Alberta department of agricul- ture. It was carried out to termine the nature and extent ot losses so that predator eon- TABER FROZEN FOODS LTD. Tabfir Phone 223-2633 Retail and Wholesale Meats Processing (in aluminum Foil) and curing CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING Tuesday Ihro Friday Every Week trol programs could be evaUn atcd and adjusted necessary. The quoslioimah'ce w e r o mailed out to the shoep producers in province. Tlw qitestioiis were designed in such a way that they contained, no indication of possible changes in peat control pro- grajns and we re designed, to obtain replies that were as ac- curate as possible. survey showed that 74 per cent of total sheep losses bo predators were lambs. Coyotes were responsible for 85 per cent of total sheep and lamb losses, of which 79 per cent were la nibs, Dogs a ccounted for the LI per cent of losses. These losses were spread evenly among sheep and lambs. Losses were fairly equal dur- ing UK spring, summer and fall seasons. The fewest mini bar were recorded during tlw wtiv ter months, partially booaitso ANNUAL MEETING SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION LTD. Will Hold It's 47th Annual Meeting April 4th, 1972 a.m. noon Call to p.m. PLACE-Park Plaza Motor Hotel ALL SHAREHOLDERS ARE TNVITED TO ATTEND Itie 3s yoor opportunity to voice your opinion. the sheep slay closer to ttw farm buildings during this son. lypc of management practiced appeared to have an effect upon losses. Losses re- ported by the six per cent res porutents who ra ise their stiecp in total confinement were negligible. Tlie 47 per cent who raise sheep in partial confinement and the 47 per cent wlw said tlioy keep their sheep on past- ure both reported losses, with the pasture type management sustaining the highest losses. As expected, tire areas of the province with the highest num- ber of sheep generally reported the highes t iiu mbsr of losses to predators. Districts along t footl li Us in southwestcr n Alberta recorded the most los- ses to Diseases such as pneumonia and mastitis caused 3.6 per cent ol losses to the total sheep population. Other causes, irv chiding management problems, lambing dcallis and deaths from old age were responsible for two per cent of the total losses. Oven meats Oven Meals contains a good selection of meals that can be prepared ahead of time and left in the oven to cook while you are out. This publication can be obtained from district home economists and the Hcations office of the Alberta department of agriculture, Ed- monton. FRUIT TOPS LIST Canada is one of the few countries in which fruit con- sumption exceeds vegetable consumption. SIDORSKY'S FURNITURE LTD. 542 13th St. North, Lethbridge Phone 328-1151 For the Finest Selection of FURNITURE APPLIANCES at PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD See Us Af SfDORSKrS Where It's EASY TO BUY, EASY TO SELECT, EASY TERMS, FREE DELIVERY STORE HOURS: Mon., Tues., Weds, and Sal. Open 9 a.m. ro 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. la 9 p.m. If Sidorsky's Can't Sell For Loss Then Who Can? SIDORSKY'S FURNITURE LTD. BIG HORSE POWER TRACTORS RARIN TO GO CASE 1030 5TD. 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