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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta luwday, November 12, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 >t just another livestock yarn Concluded from P. 10 wool production in Canada. Mrs, Buchanan said the Blackface ram will be bred to North Country Cheviot ewes to produce a new cross called Cobequid. Next year, the Buchanan's will be im- porting a Scottish Hex- hamieicester ram from Nova Scotia to cross with Blackface ewes to produce a gray face cross. Gordon Cunningham, farm manager for Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship, which operates the Pioneer Lodge Craft Camp at Sundre, is interested in the Scottish Blackface breed to get more wool for the craft camp. Spinning, weaving, dying, purse and saddle blanket construction are among the crafts taught at the camp and participants can sell their craft at the Shepherd's Crook in Calgary. This flock of Blackface will also be used in cross breeding programs. While the Fultons were not available, the other Blackface owners says Suf- folk crossbreeding programs will be part of their use of the new animals. A few odds and ends. A tip of the hat to Ed Henlioe of the Golden Hoof Sheep and Black Angus Cattle Ranch at Coutts for his grand championship for an entry of fleece at the re- cent Brandon Exhibition. Don't forget the annual meeting of the Alberta Potato Growers Associa- tion at the Highlander Motor Hotel Nov. 21 and the Alberta Potato Com- mission Nov. 22. A few new faces have been added to the regional office of the Alberta department of agriculture in Lethbridge. Bill Jeffery is the new dairy farm inspector, succeeding Stu Alexander who is farming. Ted Goodrich and Stuart Walker are now co operative development of- ficers, succeeding a posi- tion vacated by Al Stan- ford. A new position has been created in this department with one of the men looking after native co operatives. Tracey Anderson will be travelling to the Middle East and Southeast Asia soon to participate in a otudy program for the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. Bob Hironaka will pre- sent a paper in Japan dur- ing a seminar Nov. 17 to 30 sponsored by the Canadian Wheat Board. He will dis- cuss feed grains for beef SOUTHERN Semen Tanks filled with liquid nitrogen every day, Monday to Friday Private storage of Semen forget keeping your own tank filled until breeding season. Custom Collection of Semen for your own use. Semen Available from outstanding bulls of all breeds. Contact us early about Stockman A.I. Courses Specialists in Superior Semen PIMM 328-9671 f Big John Built for action Styled for pride Big John is brand-new from John Deere. The Green Machines feature sleek, low-profile styling for a long, lean look. New "Mean" Green color has a metallic sparkle. Big John smooths rough trails with traiiing-arm bogie-wheel suspension and energy-absorbing seat. Big John offers three power classes: 292 and 340cc piston-ported engines, or 440cc reed-valve engine. Big John Widetracker rides double with ease: 18-inch track for extra flotation; 440cc piston- ported engine: bogies for a smooth ride. Come in now see (he full line for 1975. Green Machines. Widetracker. f JDX Series. All this, plus parts. reliable service, accessories, like a Deere fashions and financing. McKAY BROS, FARM IMPLEMENTS LTD. 3214-5th Avenue N., Lethbridge Phone 327-5512 or 327-2043 Centre Village "The Mall that has it all" CHARITY BAZAAR Thursday, Friday, Saturday November 14th 15th 16th 27 Charity Groups and Churches Hundreds of Hand Made Items, Food and Bake Sales ;