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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IETHSRIDGE HERALD Saturday, Novsmb-; 6, 1971 Ottawa livestock report OTTAWA iO'> i attic il'-' I'hiucv iiml numl qualily MITI.-I liveries at I'aiKida's 10 public: wore steady to 75 writs higher, from Monday In anil heifers generally steady lo Thur.sdav iln-. week tolallui SI higher. alHiiil :uiOti al'ow llie pre-; C'mvs varied from 73 a-nls uivl, and in ilie oir'rre-' higher In 51 down, and bull.- week a i'ear were mainly steady to SI Imver, el I'.vf I" the'A good demand prevailed for rnitcil Slates la-i vuvk moved classes of replacement eal- lo l.l-l-l head, and were lie at steady lo stronger price-; ruiiilv while, stock calves traded inani- pound's l> al steady to lower. Increased of caillc Veal and butcher calves t.i public market.- an mi- erased Centrally steady fur proved deaiand featured thi.- Ihe week nock's irade. market averaged Grain price raicic VUNNirrXi Thunder quotes Kriday ha.-'is Lake IVr 256 Mm her Mav -17 Harlry .ilv" Dec i i May IW: Kapfirnl V.-IIH-OUVIT ___ ___ lOS'i.. Nov -757'; .Ian '.'7S LWi .Dec !I7 9.V.I Mar iW L'.TI'-L. May slightly higher for the week, and good lambs from stady to higher. Clioice steers: Montreal IM.5U to .'lli.75; Toronto 34.50 to Winnipeg 32.50 lo 33.50; Saska- toon 31 to 32.25: Edmonton 31 lo Calgary 32.25 to 33. Good heifers: Montreal 25 "ill to Toronto ,11 to 32; Win- nipeg 29.50 to 311.50; Saskatoon to 29.25: Edmonton 29 to 40, I'algary 29.50 to 31.23. Good cows: Montreal 22 I" 2125: Toronto 22 lo 23; Winri- peg 21 to 22; Saskatoon lo Edmonton 20 to 21; Cal- gary 21 lo 22. Good feeder steers: Toronto 3.1 lo 37; Winnipeg 32 lo 3H: Saskatoon 31 to X.M; Edmon- ton 32 to 38; Calgary 31.50 tu 37.50. Good and choice veal calves: Montreal 42 to 51.50; Toronto i 35 to 44; Winnipeg 40 to 45: Saskatoon 36; Edmonton 35 to Good lambs: Toronto 29 to 51: Winnipeg 20 lo 22; Saskatoon Edmonton 20 to 22: Cal- gary 21. j Bssic hogs: Toronto 25.80 lo 27; Winnipeg 23.SO to 25.30: Sas- katoon 2330 to 2.3.70 Edmonton I1 A I A L LsiSLiJn.i'i. Livestock report Lethbridge Livestock favored by air police EDMONTON (CP) English .slunild be the sole language of air traffic control in Canada, Ihe Canadian Air Traffic Con- (rollers' associnlion said. here. A resolution sent to Transport L'.I.CS this week. All classes of feeder hogs mi a strong demand. Weaners met: Mini.slcr Don .lamicson pro- an indifferent demand at lower I tested Ihe use of French-speak- prices. Price quotations as lol-! ing units saying Ihe safety of lows: weaners 7.00 to passengers is of paramount light weaners 4.00 to 7.00; liphl consideration. feeders 12.00 to 111.75; feeders Delegates to the association's in er 100 Ins., 19 to 29; bred annual convention saict English Sales Monday lo Friday, Gill cattle; 45-1 calves; hogs; and 469 lambs. Butcher catlle 2.1 cents to as much as 1.00 higher. Kcpiaee- ment cattle steady. Cattle market active. Good and choice buti-her steers met keen demand, prices 50 to 75 higher. Good and choice butcher heifers also meeting keen demand, 75 to 1.00 higher. All classes of cows meeting an improved ile- p maud, prices 25 cents or more needed SBVS (JlTIS Mills higher, with odd heifery kinds j J up to 2S.OO. Medium and good stoeker sows and gilts 35 to 5fi. Good dairy cows 275 to I Baby calves 40 to 65. is the accepted language of air traffic control in most countries around the world. Stable supply of feed "rain and feeder cattle meeting very sicck production in pro- SOUTHERN ALBERTA TOCK COW AND HEIFER SALE DAY, NOV. 12th at 1 p.m. TOP QUALITY RANCH RAISED CATTLE VARIOUS BREEDS ALL PREGNANCY TESTED SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. PHONE AC 306 328-3951 BOX 1057 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, CANADA WESTERN CANADA'S Rfe ga ip Obk EXOTIC S 15-11 200 PUREBRED and HALF BLOOD FEMALES 2 purebred 18 mos. old Welsh Black heifen Bred lo Welch Black bull. 9 purebred Brown Swiss eowi and 2 year old heifers bred to purebred Swiss bull. 15 Murray Gray heifer A FEW SIMMENTAL and LIMOUSIN BULL CALVES 500 COWS and HEIFERS various breeds 400 cows and Hcifeii bred lo limmentat including: 300 Top Quality ranch raited eowi from Simmcntal Brccderi Ltd. Card'ston 25 big Hereford heifers bred to Brown Swiss Several lotj of cows and heifers bred to Maine Anjou Murray Gray Limousin MORE LISTINGS EXPECTED SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET PHONE AC 306 328-3951 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, CANADA LTD. BOX 1057 FAT AND FEEDER CATTLE SOLD TUESDAY thru FRIDAY ot 10 a.m. SPECIAL CALF AND FEEDER CATTLE SALE FRIDAY AT 10 A.M. ON OFFER FRIDAY, NOV. 12th 1000 GOOD QUALITY RANCH CALVES CONSIGN ALL YOUR LIVESTOCK TO FRENCH LIVESTOCK LTD. IN THE HEART OF CANADA'S RANCHING COUNTRY Alberta Stockyards Phone 327-0101-Res. 328-3986 P.O. BOX SS 1-1-7 LETHBRIDGE Ed French 328-3986 Ken Miller 758-6607 Magralh lou DeJager 327-9548 C. W. Hennigor 327-7354 LIVESTOCK COMMISSION AGENTS ORDER BUYERS EXPORTERS pood dcnvand at firm rales. Good stock steer and heifer I calves mealing reasonably id'jirand from local and eastern buyers. Prices generally steady. loads of bulls were ex- ported. Sl.AL'GlITEn.S i Steers, choice, .72 lo 3? 70: Rood, 31 to 32; medium, !H.50 lo 30.50. Heifers, choice. 31 to 31.70; good, 30 to 30.75; medium. 27..10 notlcc to 23.jO. Cows, good, 21 to 21.75: me- dium. 19.50 lo 20.50; car.ners and cullers 17.00 lo 10.30. HKPLACEJIICNTS Good Iveavy feeder slcer over 750 Ibs., "32 lo 35.M: pood MOOSE JAW (CP) Live-1 erale price (or livestock western j duccrs. Mr. Mills advocated the free Canada has developed poor relation of the gra dustry as far as govo policies are concerned, Hie A SQUIRREL WARDEN? While most squirrels movement and pricing of fee.d j gathering nuts and preparing for the wirier ahead, I grains within Canada and the Mills of Calgary, secretary- manager of the Western Stock Growers Association, says. Mr. Mills told the annual convention of (lie Saskatche- wan Stockgrovrers Asociat.ion thai livestock have periodical been expected to solve at short problems of large I grain surpluses. But in times of good grain sales, livestock producers are j expected lo wait quietly until llivv arc called on again to use grain which can't, be sold on j world markets, Mr. Mills said. This situation has led to wild establishment of a reaJ i s t i c floor price for such grains. little fellow seems more concerned about keeping intrud- ers off his parking lot. This would-be landlord was photo- graphed behind lown houses in Barrie, Ont. light slock steers WO to Ihs. nucUlaUons in cattle reproduc- 3-1 lo H7.50; good Iceder heifers am) ,he econornic paltcrn j r-- of the industry. Good stock steer calves mi- i ne said there is a need for der Ihs., lo 47: good stock i development of a stable i steer calves over 400 Ibs. lo supply ot leed grain at a mod- 42; good stock heifer calves .m--------------------------------- HOGS. LAMBS Beef futures Butcher hogs raid this week at the LcLhbridge yards 2.1.40 in 24.05 base price. Weancr and feeder bogs sold about steady last Monday. Weaners 4 lo 8.30. Lisht feeders under 100 Ibs. 10 t to 13.75. Heavy feeders over 100 tract 1 Ibs.. 15.25 to 24 all prices per WINNIPEG 'CP) Uve beef futures close Thursday. Nov. 33.75B; Jan. Mar 32.75E; May 30.BOB. Thursday's volume; No con- PICTURE BUTTE AUCTION MARKET Ideally located in the centre of a large Catfl e Feeding and Hcg Railing Country HOG and Dairy Calf, Feeder and FAT CATTLE every Wednesday at 1 p.m. ON OFFER 1000 HEAD Services available -fa Trucking Branding TV Vaccinating -k Order Buying Government Veterinary Feeding Pens Cattle Saie every Saturday at 1 p.m. MARKET HOGS ASSEMBLED Monday thru Friday For Informalion and JIM Of JOE JURIS listings contact Marke) _ Phone 73Z-4400 Picture Butt. Auction market located 16 miles north of Lethbridge Highway 25 head. 65 Simmental Heifer calvei and bred year- lings. 6 Murray Gray hull 75 Limousin heifer calves and bred year- lings. Call FRENCH SLAUGHTER HOGS Assembled nnd sold-MONDAY thru FRIDAY BUYERS OF FAT AND FEEDER LAMBS SPECIAL FEEDER HOG SALES Light feeders under 100 from M to 19 per hundred- weight. Heavy feeders over 1DO Ibs. 14 to 16.50 per liundrcd- Cood lambs 20 to 21. Perlich Livestock There were head of livestock sold this week at Per- lich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. I Receipts include cattle and 1.001 bogs. Butcher cattle continue to meet strong demand. All classes of stock calves j and feeder cattle met a good demand at steady prices. Choice steers sold 32.50 to 3.1.10; choice heifers 31 to 32; good cows 2! to 22.30 with sales to 23 on high yielding kinds; j medium cows 19 to 21; canners I and cutters 13 to 18 depending j on quality and condition; bulls 22 to 23.50. Good quality ranch steer: calves under 5fX) Ibs.. 41 lo 46.70 with sales to 52 on lightweights Steer calves over 500 Ibs., .Ifi to 44.50 depending on qual- ity. Good yearling steers 600 to 850 Ibs., .14 to 38.40; sleers 850 to 1.000 Ibs.. 33 lo 3-1; holstein feeder steers 32 to 3-1: good quality ranch heiier calves 300 to 500 Ibs., 33 to 38 with light- j weights to 42; plainer quality heifer calves down to 30; good quality feeder heifers 32.50 to 34; feeder cows 19 to 23; mcd- J lum and plain quality stock i cows 200 to 265. I Market hogs sold 23.45 to j BE SURE TO ATTEND THE CQND ANNUAL PRODUCTION SALE OF WALTER DEGENSTEIN AND ALMA ORR FEATURING 260 HEAD PUREBRED YORK AND DUROC HOGS 10 Duroc Gilts (open) 5 Duroc Gilti (bred) 5 York Sows (bred) 10 American York Gilt! Approx. 220 Ibi. (open) 18 Duroc Boan-140-220 Ibs. 2 Duroc 300 Ibs. 8 225 Ibs. CROSSBREDS-Coruisling of: 11 York-Duroc Cross Gilti-Approx. 220 Ibi. (Open) 9 American Yortc-Duroc Cross 210 Ibs. (Open) THIS SALE WILL NOW BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10th at p.m. LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC STOCKYARDS 20 Duroc-York Crosi Gilts-Approx. 150 Ibs. (Open) 8 Duroc-York Cross 160 Ibi. 6 American-Canadian Cross 155 Ibs. 55 Duroc-York Cross Ibs. 10 "i Duroc Feeders-Approx. 100 Ibs. 60 Hamp-York Cross 50 Ibs. 20 Hamp-York-Duroc Cross 50 Ibs. FOR INFORMATION Vanee Livestock Walter Degenstein Alma Orr Ed French CONTACT: 328-7331 .234-2218 234-2135 238-3984 CONDUCTED BY C. FRENCH L! IN THE HEART OF CANADA'S RANCHING COUNTRY Alberta Stockyards Phone 327-0101 Rei. 328-3986 P.O. BOX SS 1-1-7 LETHBRIDGE D Ed French 328-3986 Ken Miller 758-6607 Magrath Lou Dejager 327-9548 C. W. Hcnniger 327-73S4 LIVESTOCK COMMISSION AGENTS ORDER BUYERS EXPORTERS Runciinan re-elected CALGARY (CP) A. M. Runciman of Abernalhy, Sask., was re-elected president of Uni- ted Grain Growers by Ihe organization's 12-man board of directors. Mr. Ilunciman lias been president since 19fil. Allan Smith of Hfd Tlror was elected first nee president, while C. S. Banks of Benit.o, Man., and D. L. Trapp of Harris, Sask., named sec- ond vice-presidents. i Conslrnclion iat record pace f 1 i EDMONTON (CI'l The! value of permits issued for 1 homo construction in Edmonton so far this year has reached SS5.S million, about million more than the record year of! j Figures released by city hall show permits for all types of construction during the first 10 months were valued at n tolal of million. Last year, to- j tal value of such permits was I million for 12 months. BARRY BURNETT SPECIAL DAIRY SALE PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. TUESDAY, NOV. 9-7 P.M. 80 COWS HEIFERS INCLUDING: 55 SPRINGING HOLSTEIN HEIFERS 2-2 years old 10 YOUNG HOLSTEIN COWS 15 JERSEY-GUERNSEY-AYRSHIRE HEIFERS (Springing) Plan to invest in young top quality Dairy Stock by making definite plans to attend this special evening sale. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. LOCATED IN THE HUB OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY 3 miles East of Lethbridge on Hwy. 3 and mile South OFFICE PHONE 328-3915 BOX 1057 LETHBRIDGE ;