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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE Novtmtwr EDMONTON Week- ly and poultry report issued by the federal agriculture department To producers A large 69. A medium A small B C 10. cracks 28 To retailers A large A medium A small 64- 66 To consumers A large A medium A small 67-70 POULTRY To live No. 1 chicken 6 and over. 5 and under 33. Fowl 5 and 4 and under under 10-12 Turkey under 12 to 18. 48'2. over 18. 45 Live No 2 chicken 6 and 5 and under 4 and under 5. nil. under turkey under 12. 43. 12 to 45 over 18. 43 BILL GREIG DAIRY DISPERSION Perlich Bros. Auction Nov. 70 Holsteins quality Holstein Majority are 3 to 6 years in various stages of milk production Heifers Due soon after sale date Heifers Breeding age calves you require quality replace- ments m your dairy herd or a good quality family cow Make definite plans to attend this dispersion at 6 30 p m Tues Nov 6 Phone Nanton PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Located in the Hub of Southern LivMteck Induitry 3 miles ol Lelhbridge on Highway 3 and 'A mile South Phone Box Lethbridge BOB AUCTIONEER THE STOCKMEN'S MARKET Cows Bred Exotic Sale Nov. 5th-1 p.m. 800-HEAD-800 Including 250 BRED HEIFERS Charolale Hartford Black White Face from Noble Farms NoDleford 300 to 500 HOGS SELL at 1 p.m. ALSO COWS CALVES Spjecial at p.m. Nov. 6 150 BRED GILTS Theee ere top quality one-owner repreeentlng purebred 2 way and 3 way ell bred to purebred Ouroc Nov. 6th at p.m. BILL QREIG DAIRY DISPERSION 70 Top Quality HoMwInt aee adjacent ad lor full deuita Hogs Shipped Daily I ____________live weight and Dreeeed Baeto j Sytciil Rancher Calf Sale Nov. 7th it p.M. 1500 HEAD Top Quality Ranch YEMUJK FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE and CALVES Thursday 1 p.m. 1000-HE AD-1000 WESTERN RANCHERS STOCK COW SALE November 9th PIRLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. BOX LETHBRIDOE PHONI DAY OR NfOHT UI-3M1 Bonds GOVT OF CANADA BONDS Oct 9725 9775 8 Jul 102 DO 103 00 Sept 80 00 81 00 bept 79 00 00 3 SeplSPrp 3800 4000 Apr 9925 9975 Jul 10100 10200 PROV AND PROVINCIAL GUARANTEED BONDS Alta 90 103 00 105 00 Ont 7 88 8800 9000 Scene from the past Lumberjacks retrieve a stray log from the yearly Abitibi River log drive This will soon be a scene no lon- ger this year's drive is the Abitibi Paper Co. is switching to trucks. Instead of dumping the logs into the river to float down to Lake they will be trucked to the company's Iroquois Falls mill. Ont Hvd NB NFLD NS Que Alta Man Hjd Sask Mid ACT Man GT INDUSTRIALS Alta Gas Tr Alcan BC For BCTel Bell Tel Bell Tel CP Ltd CP Secur Cdn Util Cdn W Nat G Gulf Oil Inter Pr Pipe Massey 93 Noranda 9' Intl Nick 91 N 4 C Gas 9' Steel Cda 9' Tr Cda Pipe 93 Tr Cda Pipe 10 West Tr UWKKFIBLFS 9 8 Alta Gas Tr Con Gas Dynasty Acklands Sc Ram West Tr C West Tr i 7 94 104 00 106 00 90 104 00 106 00 74 99 00 101 00 92 8200 8400 74 99 00 101 00 90 104 00 106 00 91 8800 9000 90 102 00 104 00 90 104 00 106 00 74 99 00 101 00 74 99 00 101 00 90 103 00 105 00 91 103 00 105 00 92 103 00 105 00 90 103 00 105 00 79 101 00 103 00 93 105 00 107 00 89 100 00 102 00 90 103 00 105 00 91 104 00 106 00 90 104 00 106 00 90 100 00 102 00 90 103 00 105 00 80 102 00 105 00 90 102 00 104 00 90 103 00 105 00 91 103 00 105 00 90 103 00 105 00 90 105 00 107 00 90 106 00 108 00 93 3625 9725 90 118 00 128 00 89 8500 8700 82 115 00 12S 00 88 95 00 105 00 88 9400 9800 88 7200 7500 91 95 00 97 00 The HeraUt- B us in ess Winnipeg grain Beef futures WINNIPEG Live beef futures close Friday Nov 46 70S. Jan 5215B Mar May 5200B WINNIPEG Oilseeds closed considerably weaker and rye was off a few cents at the close of the Win- nipeg Commodity Exchange Friday With flax and oilseed prices all down from seven to 29 cents there was active profit taking during the final hour and prices remained at the lower levels Oats and barley were steady to strong on light activity Thursday s volume of trade was 000 bushels of of flax 000 of rye of barley and b6 000 of oats Closing prices Flax Nov 15 lower 9 46B. Dec 2 lower May 13 lower 8 97 July 29-h lower 867'4B Rapeseed Vancouver Nov H'-i lowers Jan lower 5 00JjA March lower 4 June 10'4 lower 491JiA Rapeseed Thunder Bay Nov 9'2 lower 4 57V2B Dec REGULAR CATTLE SALE EVERY IMONDAY 1H.M. November 10th a.m. 800 TO HEAD TOP QUALITY RANCH CALVES HOG SALES every WEDNESDAY We will be assembling Market Hogs for the Marketing Board and sell Weaner and Feeder Hogset1iOOp.nl. NO HOGS WILL BE SOLD MONDAYS CONTINUE EVERY MONDAY REGULAR CATTLE SALES WILL Due to the tremendous reepenee to our Selee through the heavy Ml rune In the Prekle Live- Mock Ltd. have eel the following to help our euetomera decide on which day would chooae to eall their llvwtock. Nov. 22nd at a.m. JOHN ENNS 6th Annual Production Sale tOO bred MM to Ibe. With guett consignment from Flethead featuring 400 Charolale-croM 400 Hereford and 100 Angue All bred to Tkwifty. Mr. 15 Stock Ctw ft Brad rWttr Silt SUvnJiy. Nflv. 17 ...............StKliI Cilf Sill SUtTfcy. 24 .................SpcM Cilf Sill DM. 1 .................Sftdil Ctlf Sill DM. 8 ..................SpM W DM. 20....... Stock Ctw ft tnt Mtr AUSMCIALtALM WILL COMM1NCI AT lliOO A.M. MOULAM EVERY MONDAY AT 11 tOO A.M. I Dont be content to accept one offer at home consign your live- stock to us where you are guaranteed to have the Auction Ring full of to Did on your product PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. PHONI223-5M1 TABER DAY OH NIGHT JOHNNY CHARLTON uc.na GARY JENSEN lO'-i lower May 9V2 lower 4 68A July 7 lower 460A Oats Dec 2 higher 1 May unchanged 1 July unchanged 1 33N Barley Dec higher 2 26 May 2 higher 2 July un- changed 2 20A Rye Dec 2 lower Mav 2 i lower 2 39 July 3 higher 2 33B Export wheat Thunder Bay 1 cw 13 5 pet protein 115 pet 2 cw 135 pet 115 pet 5 42 3 cw 5 1 durum 8 2 durum 3 durum 4 durum 8 84 Chicago markets CHICAGO Farm commodity futures fell back as much as 13 cents a bushel on the Board of Trade Friday Soybeans led the with most of the liquidating pressure occurring in the last few minutes Soybean meal was down around a ton and soybean oil fell back 50 cents or Va cent a pound Corn futures were down around three cents a bushel and oats about two cents A strong selling move in the last minute pushed wheat futures down around seven cents a bushel Prices were uneven on the opening Early buying in the major pits in a car- ryover from the previous ses- sion except for some sporadic buying prices drifted steadily lower The selling was influenced by a report that Russia was selling grain and China soybeans Grain quotations Friday Wheat Dec 4 30. Mar 4 Mav 387. Jul 350. Sep 350 Corn Dec 2 36. Mav 242'j Jul Sep 242 Dec Mar 2 26 Oats Dec 1 18V2. Mar 1 Mav Jul Sep 1 25 A period of almost steady li- quidation left few gainers among commodity futures on major United States ex- changes this week All commodities on the Chicago board of trade declin- ed and while shell egg futures registered an advance on the Chicago mercantile exchange live cattle and live hog and pork belly futures declined Cattle futures displayed some strength on the mercan- tile exchange after early li- but Friday Canada imposed a surtax on beef im- ports and prices fell Hog 'leclmed in but pork bellies improved on 1-ght marketings Hog EDMONTON Clos- ing average prices provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board with Thur- sday's average in Edmonton- Red Deer. Calgary Lethbridge Lloydminster Fort Macleod Grande Prairie r-.. view Total hog sales average 53 94. Total sows ml. Ottawa OTTAWA The number of slaughter cattle and calves sold at public stockyards this week declined more than head to approximately Steer and heifer prices in Toronto dropped to 50 in the face of heavy United States imports Prices in western centres were steady to 50 lower Vealer calf prices rose to in mid-week trading in Toronto under a broad while western centres reported steady prices under moderate trading Receipts of feeder cattle and calves increased more than 1 500 head with approx- imately 33.200 on offer Trading was active in all centres Receipts of sheep and lambs declined by to about head Index 100 hog prices dropped 50 cents in the east Western prices were uneven WHOLESALE MEAT Wholesale prices for A-l steer carcasses last week were lower Western prices dropped 66 to 26 to 17 Eastern prices were 30 to S2 67 lower at 25 to 70 A-l heifer carcasses were generally lower with western prices 70 to 36 lower at 92 to 83 and eastern prices 90 to 33 lower at 67 to 90 Perllch There were 5.671 head of livestock sold this week at Perlich Bros Auction Market Ltd Receipts included cattle and 826 hogs All classes of butcher cattle met buyer resistance Cows were to lower All classes of calves were trading to lower Yearling steers met a good demand from local feeders Price quotations as follows SLAUGHTER CATTLE Al and A2 steers 42 to 4350. Al and A2 heifers 38 70 to 40 25 Dl and D2 cows -28 to 33 D4 cows 22 to 27 Bologna bulls 33 to 39 20 REPLACEMENT CATTLE Steer calves Ibs to sales to 69 Steer calves Ibs 55 to plain quality 44 to 54 Feeder steers 800 Ibs 50 to teeder steers 800 Ibs 46 to 50 75 Hols-tem and shortkeep steers 37 to 45 Plain quality feeder steers 35 to 45 Heifer calves Ibs I 52 to 60. heifer calves Ibs 49 to sales to 64 Plain quality heifer calves 42 to feeder heifers 42 to 48 30 Young feeder cows 30 to 34. older feeder cows 22 to 29 Good quality stock cows and heilers 400 to medium quality stock cows and heifers 350 to plain quali- ty stock cows and heifers 250 to 325 DAIRY CATTLE Market hogs 53 to good weaners 19 to 31. light weaners 7 to 15 Feeders 100 Ibs 24 to feeders 100 Ibs 37 to 58 Bred sows and gilts 135 to 165 Baby calves 50 to 102 light calves 105 to 140 Calgary CALGARY -Friday's estimated sales at the Calgary Public Stockyards were 600 calves and 173 hogs Good feeder steers under 750 pounds good stock steer calves 300-400 pounds 60- 65 50. The rest of the cattle report was unchanged Hogs base price Calgary yards 53 75 Livestock Veal carcasses were generally lower Lamb on the other rose with western prices steady to higher at 63 to and eastern prices steady to higher at to 38 Slaughter steers A-l and A-2. Calgary Ed- monton 43 50-44 Saskatoon 43-4550. Winnipeg Lathbrldge Sales Monday to Friday. 120 cattle. hogs. 626 lambs SUMMARY Butcher cattle puces lower. Replacement cattle un- evenly steady to lower in pots Trade moderately ac- tive There were too few slaughter steers and heifers on offer to establish reliable quotations All classes of cows under prices or more lower. Bulls around lower Medium and good stocker and feeder steers meeting reasonably good prices unevenly lower Stock steer and heifer calves meeting very good demand from local and eastern buyers at steady to strong prices Bred cows and heifers sold Tuesday per head SLAUGHTER CATTLE Cows Dl and 2 D3 29-30 D4 27-28 good 38-40 REPLACEMENT CATTLE Good feeder steers over 750 Ibs 39-42 Good feeder steers under 750 Ibs 48-53 Good feeder good stock cows 28-32 Good stock steer calves over 400 Ibs 61 to 68 Good stock steer calves under 400 Ibs 59-68 Good stock heifer calves over 450 Ibs 47 50- 50 75 Good heifer calves un- der 450 Ibs 49 50-53 50 HOGS AND LAMBS Butcher hogs sold this week at the Lethbndge Yards 53 10- 58 20 base price Butcher hogs bold at 40 50-42 25 liveweight Weaner and feeder hogs sold steadv to lower Weaners 10 20 Light feeders under 100 Ibs 20-35 50 Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs 47-50 25 all prices per head Light feeders under 100 Ibs sold from 39 50-41 50 per cwt Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs 29 25-35 per cwt Bred sows 65 to 107 50 per head Boars 55-155 per head Good lambs higher at 32-33 Toronto 42 50-44 Montreal 46-47 A-l and A-2 Calgary Edmonton Saskatoon Winnipeg 43 50-44.50. Toronto 44-46 D-l and D-2 cows Calgary 3050-37. Edmonton Saskatoon Winnipeg 34 50-35. Toronto 31-33. Slaughter good and choice veal Edmonton Winnipeg 60-70. Toronto Montreal 60-74 Feeder steer calves 401-575 pounds Calgary Ed- monton 44-53. Saskatoon 43.75- 54. Winnipeg 48-52. Toronto 47-52 Feeder steer calves 401-575 pounds Calgary 55-64. Ed- monton 52-62. Saskatoon 49 50- Winnipeg Toronto 55-62 Good lambs Calgary Edmonton 30-33. Saskatoon 28 Toronto Montreal 4150 Index 100 hogs dressed Calgary 53 05-55 15. Ed- monton 54 65-58 25. Saskatoon 5450-5490. Winnipeg 5410- 5615. Toronto Montreal 51 Metals LONDON Closing metals bid-ask Friday in pounds sterling a metric silver in pence a troy ounce futures 834-835 futures futures 194-195 futures 492-494 Silver-Spot 3 months 121 4-121 5 Gold futures WINNIPEG Gold futures. U S funds. Winnipeg commoditv exchange close Fndav Jan 100 70B Apr 103 90 Jly 106 SOB. Oct 109 40B Thursday s volume 58 contracts Dollar value MONTREAL US dollar in terms of Canadian funds closed Friday down 9-50 at 99 14-25 Pound sterling was down 53-100 at 42 43- 100 In New the Canadian dollar was up 9-50 at 11- 25 Pound sterling was down 1- 10 at 43Vz Upcoming Sales at Community Auction November 6th p.m. Stock Cow 500 Head Cranbrook Yard B.C. November 7th p.m. Mixed Cattle and Stock Cow Sale Pincher Station Sales Yard INCLUDING Hector Mitchell Dispersal Sale Bnsco B C all Registered Stock 25 Aberdeen Angus Cows 6 Heifer Calves 6 Bull Calves 2 Herd Sires Also 15 Head Commercial Bred Heifers November 9th p.m. Calf and Yearling Sale 600 Head Listed to Date Cranbrook Sales Yard B.C. November 14th p.m. Mixed Cattle Sale Pincher Station Sales Yard Ed Gross Sec Treaiure RM. 627-2285 Doug Buchanan President RM. 627-2379 Gerald Thompson Auctioneer tFleMmen Ret. B27-427J Bill Bradford Cranbrook Rea 422-3390 Community Auction Sales Assn. Ltd. Pincher Creek Your Pioneer Alberta Livestock Auction Market Office 627-3486 Yard 627-3660 PICTURE BUTTE AUCTION MARKET IdMHyl I In the centre of e large cattle feeding end hog ratolnp country MUCH CALVES Feeder and Fat Cattle Nov. 7th 500-HEAD-500 Mixed Cattlo HIGHLIGHTED BY SO Holttein Steeri 400 to 800 Iba from B Q Nolan end SPECIAL CALF SALES At p.m. TNI.. feV. 6Hl 1m.. 131k Tut.. Nw. 2M HOG AND DAIRY CATTLE SALE avary Saturday at 1 p.m. MARKET HOQS ASSEMBLED MONDAY THRU FRIDAY Nov. 6th LOQQ HEAD Highlighted by... 1M Calm from Holtha Brat. Turin 100 from Odagaard Carman- Hot. 16th un. Stock Cow Silo 600 Head JIM or JOE JURIS ANN lune Auction Mortiol Motw AvMMfi market Ueelid It wflee north ol LerMMIdia on ril-4400 PI M ;