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Rental Fleet
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Discounts!
Following is a list of like new CaseIH rental fleet tractors with large fleet discounts
plus additional discounts for hours rented.It is impossible to list all of the important
options and also special financing programs available for these units.
From Utility Tractors to QuadTracs
LANDOLL 2132-17,
disc ripper (U1869) ............... $38,000
BIG G, 40’ heavy duty
tandem disc ......................... $37,900
Priced to sell!!!
★ CASE IH 500 QUAD, approx. 500-hrs, PTO, 36” tracks, new warranty, loaded with options.
★ STEIGER 350 ROWTRAC, approx. 500-hrs, PTO, 3-pt, 24” track, new warranty, loaded.
★ STEIGER 350 ROWTRAC, 350-PTO-hp, 30” tracks, low hrs, loaded with options.
★ CASE IH 340 MAGNUM, 340-PTO-hp, Powershift, susp. axle duals, loaded with options.
★ CASE IH 315 MAGNUM, 255-PTO-hp, Powershift, loaded. Lots of rental $$$ off prices! 3 available.
★ CASE IH 290 MAGNUM, 230-PTO-hp, duals, low hrs, new warranty, loaded with options.
★ CASE IH 225 MAGNUM, 225-PTO-hp, CVT transmission, loaded with options, 3 units available.
★ CASE IH 210 MAGNUM, 180-PTO-hp, duals, low-hrs, new warranty, loaded with options.
★ CASE IH 180 MAGNUM, 150-PTO-hp, Powershift, loaded with options.
★ CASE IH MAXXUM 140, 140-PTO-hp, bar axle, 14.9x30, 14.9x46, loaded, 2 units available.
★ CASE IH MAXXUM 125, 105-PTO-hp, 14.9x28, 18.4x38, 3 aux remotes, loaded with options.
★ CASE IH MAXXUM 115, 95-PTO-hp, low-hrs, loaded with options.
★ CASE IH MAXXUM 110, 110-PTO-hp, bar axle, 16.9x38, 13.6x28 4WD, loaded with options.
★ CASE IH 110A, 90-PTO-hp, 2 & 4-WD available, economy pricing on these units.
★ CASE IH 75C, 75-PTO-hp, numerous options including 2 & 4-WD low-hrs, 4 units available.
★ FARMALL 120A, 96-PTO-hp, 4-WD, bar axle, 18.4x38, 14.9x28, economy pricing on this unit.
★ FARMALL 105U, 90-PTO-hp, loaded with options, 3 units available.
★ FARMALL 95C, 95-PTO-hp, cab, 4WD, shuttle & lots of options.
SUMMERS SUPER C, vertical
tillage tool, harrow (U1960) ... $32,000
GREAT PLAINS VT5300, Verti Till disc
ripper with rolling harrow (U656) . $24,995
JD 512, 23' Disk-Ripper, (U770) $29,900
KRAUSE TL-6200, disc cultivator
with finishing harrow (U830) .. $20,625
GREAT PLAINS, 40’ Turbo Till with
turbo blades, rolling harrow, and
finishing roller baskets (U826) ... $45,500 SUNFLOWER 1232-24, heavy duty
24’ disc with gauge wheels
& rear hitch (U831) .............. $14,000
‘10 CAT CHALLENGER MT765C,
3-pt, PTO, extra remotes,
low hours, (U1822) ........... $199,000 CASE IH 500Q, 3-point hitch,
30” tracks, (U1844) ............ $179,000
JD 9530T, 36" tracks,
weights, (U1922) ................... $179,000
JD 650, 26.5’ disc, 25” blades,
9” spacing, excellent condition ... $26,800
CASE IH ECOLO TIGER 730B,
19’ disc ripper ........................ $28,500
CASE IH MAGNUM 275, 225-PTO-hp,
duals, weights front & rear,
GREAT PLAINS, 30’ Turbo Till
GREAT PLAINS, 40’ double disc drill
front suspension (U1744) ..... $114,900
with rolling baskets (U1921) .. $33,500
with 3x13 press wheels (U683) . $49,900
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PASCO, WA
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SUNNYSIDE, WA
1802 East James St.
78112 Hwy 207
405 Scoon St.
888-547-9003
(509) 547-9003
888-561-2331
(541) 567 -2331
800-282-3833
(509) 837-3833
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Ebola And Pets
From James P. Judge, BluePearl Media & Public Relations Manager
As officials in Spain recently euthanized a dog for being
exposed to Ebola, and the dog of a Texas nurse who became
infected with Ebola is currently in quarantine, doctors from
ACCES (A BluePearl Veterinary Partners Hospital) want to
share the information that is known about pets and Ebola.
“There is currently limited information available when
it comes to Ebola and how this infectious disease interacts
with our pets,” said Beth Davidow, Medical Director of
ACCES. “However, ACCES and the BluePearl Veterinary
Partners team have done our best to put together a list of the
important things we do currently know.”
• Diseases that can pass between humans and animals are
referred to as zoonotic diseases. This is important because
62 percent of American households have at least one pet according to a 2012 Humane Society survey. Because of this,
veterinarians play a vital role in recognizing and preventing
the spread of disease.
• Ebola is zoonotic, but the extent to which it actually affects animals is not well known. According to the Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention, scientists believe that the
first patient became infected through contact with an infected
animal, such as a fruit bat or primate (apes and monkeys),
which is called a spillover event. Person-to-person transmission follows and can lead to large numbers of affected
persons. In the current West African epidemic, animals have
not been found to be a factor in ongoing Ebola transmission.
• As for dogs and cats becoming infected with Ebola,
there have been no reports of dogs or cats becoming sick
with Ebola, even though they may develop antibodies from
exposure to the disease. Certainly a greater understanding
of the effects of Ebola on dogs and cats is needed.
• According to the CDC, the risk of an Ebola outbreak
affecting multiple people in the United States is very low.
Therefore, the risk to pets is also very low. Even in areas in
Africa where Ebola is present, there have been no reports
of dogs and cats becoming sick with Ebola.
• Beyond the more common household pets, some people
do keep monkeys as pets. According to the CDC, monkeys
are at risk for Ebola. Symptoms of Ebola infection in monkeys include fever, decreased appetite and sudden death.
Monkeys should not be allowed to have contact with anyone
who may have Ebola. Healthy monkeys already living in
the United States and without exposure to a person infected
with Ebola are not at risk for spreading Ebola.
• If there is a pet in the home of an Ebola patient, the CDC
recommends that veterinarians, in collaboration with public
health officials, evaluate the pet’s risk of exposure. Appropriate measures, such as closely monitoring the exposed pet
while taking necessary precautions, should be put in place.
Scientists and veterinarians with the American Veterinary
Medical Association, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the
CDC and many other partners are continuing to work together
to develop additional guidance for the U.S. pet population.
“Besides being doctors to animals, veterinarians play a
key role in public health and disease prevention,” said Dr.
Jennifer Welser, chief medical officer of BluePearl Veterinary
Partners “Veterinarians throughout the U.S. and around the
world work together with human health officials to keep
the public safe.”
About Us: ACCES (A BluePearl Veterinary Partners
Hospital) serves the Puget Sound region by offering the highest quality specialty, critical care, emergency medicine and
specialty services to veterinarians and their clients 24-hours
a day/365 days a year at locations in Seattle and Renton. For
more information on ACCES, please visit criticalcarevets.com.
November 2014, “The Growers’ Guide” Page C3
(509) 632-5205
Agricultural Equipment • Consignment • Appraisals • Loader Tractors
“Where My Mission Is Helping Farmers Turn Excess Capital Into Working Capital”
TRACTORS
'02 JD 8520T, 5400-hrs, 255-hp, 16-spd
powershift, 1000-PTO, cast weight pkg, 3-pt,
autosteer, 4-remotes, 25" tracks, all fluids
changed last year, Very Nice!
BIG REDUCTION! ............... $96,000
JD 8430, 8,700-hours, 4WD, 215-hp,
QuadRange, 90% on 20.8x34 tires,
runs good! ............................... $13,500
CASE 4690, 261-hp, 20.8x34
tires, Runs Good! .....REDUCED! $7,750
CLARK MICHIGAN 75C, loader, Cummins,
recent torque converter & front planetary
overhaul, 20.5x25 tires, material bucket,
newer Houle rock bucket extra ....... $12,000
IH 400, gas 4-cylinder, wide front, 13.6x38
rear, 6.50x16 front, 3-point, PTO, loader
and 5-1/2' front blade, runs good ... $2,800
CASE IH TRIMBLE EZ-GUIDE 150,
guidance system with light bar, GPS
antenna, cable. Everything to start! ...... $800
GOOD YEAR, Ultra Torque 480/80R38
tractor tire, replaces 18.4R38, over 50%
tread. GOOD DEAL! .........1/2 OF NEW $750
2-USED RUBBER TRACKS, for Challenger,
mismatched, 30" .............. $750 & $1,800
CAT DOZER BLADE, with hard nose . $5,000
DEGELMAN 6600 12-1, 12' dozer blade,
hyd lift, skid shoes, Challenger mount,
used for snow only. NICE! ................ $9,800
GRAIN CARTS
HINSON 812, grain cart, 1000-PTO,
approx. 400 BU, dual axle, newer
385/65R22.5 tires, newer gear box $2,800
SHOP BUILT, grain cart, approx. 350 BU,
hydraulic drive, low profile................ $2,000
CULTIVATORS
'93 CHALLENGER 75C, 6,300-hrs, 325-hp,
12-spd Powershift, newer 30" HD Camoplast
belts, 4-remotes, hyd swing draw-bar, Raven
440 spray controller with cables, diff & hyd
oil changed Spring '14, great maintenance,
Western States inspected, Very Nice! $55,000
'93 CHALLENGER 65C, 9,800-hours,
285-hp, 12-spd Powershift, 3-pt,
27" tracks, 4-remotes, front
suit-case weights, runs good! ..... $35,000
CAT D5-98J, 5-spd, 24" pads, cab/air . $4,500
IH TD9, dozer tractor with 9' Holt blade,
2nd owner, recent tune-up, have
operating books. Good older tractor!. $4,800
HESSTON 100-90, 5500-hrs, 100-PTO-hp,
3-pt, 2WD, 18.4x34 rears, cab, A/C . $5,500
TRUCKS & TRAILERS
‘90 FORD L9000, semi-truck, Eaton 13-spd,
313,695-miles showing, Cummins 855 @
350-hp, Clean! .................. REDUCED! $7,800
'88 FORD, Super Duty, 460-V8, newer
5-spd, dually, 2-WD, LT235/85R16 tires,
new paint, ready for your flatbed! ..... $3,500
‘78 FORD F-700, 140,200-mi showing,
5/2-spd, gas, single axle, 16' bed, hoist,
grain racks, 10:00x20's REDUCED! $4,500
'58 FORD F-600, 330-V8, 5 & 2 trans,
9:00x20 tires, hoist, 14' bed
with gravel racks.......... REDUCED! $2,900
‘56 CHEVY, 2-ton truck, new 350 engine,
2-speed rear-end, with new 16' bed,
stock racks, Nice!!! ...... REDUCED $2,900
OLDER INTERNATIONAL, Boom truck,
6-cylinder engine, Rhino winch, stored inside,
Runs good!!! .............. REDUCED $2,900
‘94 CZ MFG, fifth-wheel trailer, dual axle,
8.75x16.5 LT tires ........ REDUCED $4,500
OLDER FRUEHAUF, 34' lowboy trailer,
8' wide x 18' well, 10:00x22 tires,
over the back load .......................... $6,500
8-OHTSU TRUCK/TRAILER TIRES,
on 10-hole Budds, 255/70R22.5, approx.
60% tread. Price below ½ of new! ..ea $175
CABLE WELL WATER RIG, Bucyrus Erie 60L,
S/N 12246, std. mast, 3/4" drill cable
500/600', sandline, mounted on '78 Kenworth,
Cummins, wrenches, enough tools to fill 2-30'
flatbed trailers that are included. Very good
maintenance, Call for more pictures! ....... $80,000
KRAUSE 4241, 45' cultivator, 7" spacing, K-tine
shanks, 5-section, tandems on wings, front
leveling wheels, points, 5-bar spike ... $16,000
CALKINS 4+4, 38' cultivator, 7" spacing,
lime green vintage, hyd cylinder, 9.5Lx15's,
tandems on wings, Morris spring-tine . $6,500
CALKINS SKEW TREADERS, 2-unit,
32', lime green, vintage, hydraulics... $3,000
JD 1000, 42' cultivator, tandems on main
frame, 9" spacing, sweeps, bearings
in wheel pivots, newer Morris harrow. $4,800
JD 1000, 42' cultivator, tandems on main
frame, 9" spacing, sweeps, bearings
in wheel pivots, newer Morris harrow. $4,800
JD JD 1000, 42' cultivator, tandems on
main frame, single on wings,
9" spacing with JD harrow ............... $4,500
CALKINS 4+4, 36', cultivator, 9" spacing,
red hyd. cylinder vintage, tandems on main
frame & wings, set up for fertilizer, 10"
sweeps, with Calkins white color mounted
harrow. Packers not included ............ $7,500
GLENCOE, 34' cultivator, 10" sweeps,
singles on wings ......... REDUCED! $1,350
MORRIS CHALLENGER II L-233, 35',
8" spacing, sweeps, with
Morris harrow .............. REDUCED! $3,500
MORRIS CHALLENGER II L-225, 30',
9" spacing, sweeps, with harrow............ $3,000
Darrel Parsons
Cell: (509) 681-1277
www.parsonsequipment.com
Email: [email protected]
COMBINES
'91 JD 9600, 1880-S-hrs showing, newer
30.5x32 singles, adjustable rear axle,
updated walker blocks, fixed chaffer with
risers, spreader, dealer inspected and OH
annually, with JD 930 header,
good HS flighting, updated wobble
box, header cart and dolly. Nice!$39,000
'90 JD 9600, 3300-S-hrs, newer 30.5x32
tires, HD rear axle, updated walker blocks,
fixed chaffer, chaff & straw spreader,
newer air seat, A/C just overhauled,
'00 JD 930 header, pick-up reel,
Calkins header cart.................. $34,000
'83 JD 6620, 1900-hrs showing, spreader,
HD rear axle, axle extensions, grain
monitor, 20.8Lx26 drive tires, dual range
cylinder drive, 16.5L rear tires, with
JD 20' header & pickup reel, HS ...... $8,000
'83 JD 6620, SideHill, 3475-hrs, 28Lx26
drive tires, 11.25x24 SL rear tires, dual
range cyl. drive, spreader, HD rear axle,
with JD 222 header, cart, approx $500 of
extra parts, stored inside,
2nd owner .............REDUCED! $9,800
'81 JD 6622, Hillside, 2437-hrs showing,
spreader, monitor, 24.5x32 drivers, 14.9x24
rears, JD 22' header & pickup reel . $10,000
'91 CASE IH 1680, 4,200-hrs, 2,500-hrs
on Cummins, 2-spd hydro, Ag Leader yield
monitor, duals, updated HD rear axle, Kile
rotor flight, a lot of work done, newer elevators,
updated finals, etc, with '96 MacDon 960-30'
draper header, 3-wheel transport, Case adapter,
1-owner, both always stored inside.
Both Very Nice! ..........REDUCED! $32,000
‘84 GLEANER N6, 2000-hours, newer
accelerator rollers, newer wobble box, 134A
A/C, with newer 27' header & cart, also N6
parts machine available ..REDUCED! $5,800
'82 GLEANER N6, Series 3, Cumins 8.3L,
A/C 134, newer shoe bushings, 30.5Lx32
drive tires, 24' header, newer wobble box
and guards, 2-year old bottom. Spare
N6 24' header goes with ......MAKE OFFER
'08 MACDON 972 25' draper header,
pickup reel, MacDon 871 JD combine
adapter, Unverferth HT30 cart........ $28,000
HEADER CART, needs resting arms ....... $500
Happy Thanksgiving!
www.parsonsequipment.com
MISCELLANEOUS
MATHEWS FLEX 30, 30' flail
chopper, wing-up style ................ $2,500
'14 JD D110, lawn tractor, OHV 19-hp engine,
42" deck, hydro, high-lift blades, 6.5-bu bagger,
operator manual, 1 year warranty remaining,
it's like new but $400 less! ........... $1,800
WESTFIELD W80-31, 31'x8" auger,
single-phase 5-hp motor, 1 Owner! .. $1,000
BRAND NEW SPICER, rear differential housing,
customer purchased and never used, fits 1985
IH S1900 wheat truck, stored inside .... $1,600
SNOW BLOWER, 6½', newer gear box &
drive shaft, unknown mfg, 3-point style $650
2-DIESEL TANKS, 1,000 gal ea,
without pump and hose ...................... $500
DIESEL TANK, approximately 400-gallons,
electric pump, filter & hose, with stand . $440
DIESEL TANK, approximately 500-gallons,
electric pump, filter & hose ................. $400
GAS FUEL TANK, 1,000-gal, with
12-V pump and hose .......................... $700
21-BLU JET COULTER ASSEMBLIES,
includes mounts, bats & spring trip , ea ....$175
PALLET OF CALKINS WEEDER PARTS .....CALL
MORRIS HEAVY HARROW TINE,
½", approximately 23" long...................CALL
MORRIS, heavy tine harrow, 1/2", approx 27"
long, like new, enough for 50' cart, some
H.S., some with hard caps. 1/2 of new, ea.$13
27-CALKINS, Culta-Weeder
fertiizer shanks, good shape, ea ............. $35
DEARBORN, side-mount mower for
Ford 8N tractor .................................. CALL
GOODYEAR, Ultra Torque 480/80R38
tractor tire, replaces 18.4R38, over 50%
tread. GOOD DEAL! ........ 1/2 OF NEW $750
USED RUBBER TRACKS, for JD 8400T,
24" bars approximately 1½" tall, ea $1,500
JD HZ DRILL HITCH, 4-unit ................ $800
JD HZ DRILL HITCH, 4-unit ................ $500
JD HZ SINGLE DRILL HITCH, ........... $200
CALKINS, 31' side-hill hitch ................... $400
DRILL HITCH, for JD 9300 drills, 4-unit.. $1,000
PLOWS
'08 GREAT PLAINS 9533, 33' under cutter,
9-blade unit, 4' sweep blades, 5-section,
coulters, low-acres. Nice unit! ......... $26,000
'07 GREAT PLAINS 9326, 26' under cutter,
7-blade unit, approx. 700-acres,
extra blade, Nice! . REDUCED! $19,500
DRILLS
'03 GREAT PLAINS 2010P, 20' Precision
minimum till drill, 7½" spacing, DD measure
13½" - like new, small seed box, precision
meter feed style, 6 sets of seed plates,
beans, wheat, etc., 400/500-acres on
blades, chains, bearings, with GP PH20,
precision hitch with 17" coulters,
very nice for multi-crops! .......... $36,000
JD LL, 3-unit set, 30'x7", double disc, good
blades, manual depth, with hitch....... $1,500
IH 7100, 48' grain drills, 4-unit set, 18" spacing,
sealed bearings on Barnes capped split packers,
Barnes rebuilt axles & A-frames on openers,
manual transports, hitch, with
extra packers & parts .................. $11,500
IH 6200, 30', 3-unit set, DD-6" spacing,
good 13" blades, split boxes–grain &
dry fertilizer, grass seed boxes not used,
3" packers, hydraulic transport............. CALL
IH 150, 48' drills, 18" spacing, 4-unit,
split packers, cast boots, hydraulic
depth control, wings on openers ... $8,000
IH DSA, 36'x10", 3-unit set, newer points,
Barnes capped packers, Barnes bearing
update, Calkins hitch, Good Shape! ...... $4,000
HAY EQUIPMENT
'81 NH 1068, bale wagon, self-propelled,
3900-hrs, diesel, newer rear tires ... $18,500
JD 9400, 40' drills, 4-unit set, 12" spacing,
600-acres on new Eagle Beak style points,
starter fertilizer manifold, good capped
packers, hydraulic depth control, JD hitch,
JD hydraulic transports,
stored inside. Very nice set! ...... $26,000
JD LZB, 36'x14" hoe drills, 3-unit set,
newer Barber dry fertilizer boxes, hitch .... $5,000
JD LZ1010, 40'x10", 5-unit set, good packers,
hyd. depth control, spring trip REDUCED! $6,000
3-JD HZ's, 16" spacing, no hitch, hydraulics
some packer wear, ea .....REDUCED! $2,000
JD HZ, 3-unit set, 14" spacing, 2-years on points,
square tubing hitch, Good Shape! ........ $5,000
JD EZ147, 32' grain drills, 4-unit set,
7" spacing, hoe style, good points,
handle depth control. REDUCED! $2,800
CALKINS 1600, 33' chisel plow, tandems on
main frame and wings, newer hydraulic depth
control cylinders, 16" sweeps,
with Calkins white color harrow..$10,000
JD 1600, 35' chisel plow, newer 1-1/4"
shank assemblies, tandems on main frame
& wings, 14" sweeps, Calkins green vintage
harrow, newer tines......................... $7,500
KRAUSE 744A, 32' chisel plow,
tandems on main frame, 14" sweeps,
with Flexi-Coil harrow ...................... $5,000
OLDER CHISEL PLOW, 15', 15-shanks,
20" sweeps, 28" shanks, 4x4 tubing ... $800
JD 3100, 10-bottom moldboard plow,
ED-KA conversion, Nice unit! ............. $3,900
HARROW & PACKERS
'08 JD 348, approx. 13,000 bales, 75,000
bales is average for this vintage, twine,
multiluber, guage wheels, side-drop
chute, stored inside, like new! ... $15,000
'08 NH 488, mower-conditioner, full length
rubber rolls, sickle-bar style, side-pull style
with manual swing, new
$15,000, Nice! .... ASKING $10,500
BALE HANDLER GRAPPLE,
off of 1026 tractor.......................... $1,750
FARMHAND BALE FORK, 10 bale
style, double teeth............................ $500
HERMAN CART, 60', 4 bar, with Valmar 3220
newer 12-hp Honda, good teeth.......... $3,500
OLDER CART, 60', with Pepin 5-bar harrow,
good teeth, length ............................. $1,800
12-MISC HARROW SECTIONS, spring tine,
5', 5-bar harrow, some wear on tines .....ea $40
DISKS & RIPPERS
AC 2600D, 30' disk, tandems on wings &
main frame, scrapers, good blades, 23"
front blades, 24" rear blades, Nice!.... $12,000
AC KT, 14' disk, heavy unit for size, tandem tires,
good blades, hydraulic depth control .. $3,500
4-JD KBA DISKS, 10' without hitch, ea $100
TOWNER, 27' disks, 9" spacing,
3-sections per disk ... REDUCED! $5,200
OLDER HITCH, orange color, for
KBA/skew treaders? .......................... $100
LAND PRIDE RB3584, 7' rear blade,
3-way positions: angle, tilt & offset, Cat I
or II for 30-80-hp. New cost is $1,500
with tax. This one is barely used! ..... $1,000
BARBER, 6" grain auger ....................... $200
BARBER, 6" drill-fill seed auger .............. $300
FERTILIZER SHANKS, 25"x3⁄4", ea ....... $2500
MISC. WEEDER & FERTLIZER PARTS, .CALL
2-USED RUBBER TRACKS, for Challenger,
mismatched, 30" .............. $750 & $1,800
GORDON CHAFFER SET, for Case 2388,
.45", for barley, oats, beans, ect. ......... $500
SPRAYER/FERTILIZER
'06 HARDI COMMANDER 4400,
suspended boom sprayer, 100' booms,
1,200-gallon poly tank, 1,000-PTO,
320/90R46 tires, triple nozzles,
steerable axle, clean rinse tank, eductor
tank with Hardi controllers ............. $19,800
SHOP BUILT SPRAYER, 105', 1000-gal.
stainless, split tank, ball valve in between
for hillside, or use as tow-between
tank-cart, ground drive. REDUCED! $5,800
SPRAYER, 90', 1200-gallon aluminum
tank, ground drive, Smuckers marker .. $3,600
MCGREGOR TYPE, 80' folding sprayer,
750-gallon stainless tank, Micro-Trak
5-boom controller, agitator .............. $2,900
BEN HUNT, 50' fertilizer machine,
14" spacing, 1500-gallon stainless
steel tank, no pump, extra shanks .... $6,500
BLUMHARDT, tow-between cart, with Brandt
84' spray booms, 2-year old Raven control
valves, Raven SCS440-NVM control
head and wiring .............................. $5,800
BLUMHARDT, 3-pt mounted sprayer,
approx. 60', 250-gallon, foam marker $5,000
WESTERN AG, tow-between cart, 1000-poly
tank, 15-22.5 tires, with hyd pump.....$3,500
STAINLESS STEEL TANK, 750-gallon ..$2,800
ANHYDROUS FERTILIZER TANK,
500-gallon, not certified ....................$1,200
RODWEEDERS
CALKINS, 52' culta-weeder with flex tank hitch,
5-section, 1,200-gallon, SS tank, hydraulic drive
fertilizer pump, fertilizer shanks only, red
hydraulic cylinder, vintage, with Calkins
spring tine mounted harrow .............. $15,000
CALKINS, 50' Culta-Weeder, standard shanks,
lime green vintage cylinders, front
gauge wheels, with Calkins harrow . $11,000
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Thailand is a behemoth in the world rice market by anyone’s definition.
Using an assortment of subsidies and government programs, Thailand had grown to become the world’s biggest
rice exporter by 2011. That year, it shipped 10.6 million tons
of rice—or nearly one-third of global exports.
Apparently, that wasn’t good enough. In October of that
same year, the Thai government hatched a plan to exert
OPEC-like control over the world rice market in 2012 while
simultaneously buying some goodwill among the politically
powerful domestic rice industry.
The scheme went something like this: The Thai government would buy rice from producers at up to 50% above the
going market rate. Then, the government would store the
rice in vast state-owned warehouses, depriving the world
market of supply before it would finally dump the rice for a
profit after world prices surged due to the artificial shortage.
There was one big problem with the plan, which cost
Thailand taxpayers an estimated $4.4 billion in 2012 alone.
Thailand’s biggest competitors, India and Vietnam, simply
increased their exports to fill the void left by Thailand and
prices didn’t spike as expected.
Now, Thailand has a big rice problem on its hands. Its
new military-run government is still sitting on 18 million
tons of stored rice, a big harvest is just around the corner,
and prices are in the tank.
So far, the government has avoided selling off the storage in fear of further depressing prices, and according to a
recent Wall Street Journal article, it is embracing new subsidy
measures to keep the industry afloat.
Those government handouts include preferential loans to
producers in exchange for keeping their harvests in storage
and a one-time payment of $1.2 billion in cash to rice farmers.
In other words, Thailand is using subsidies and government market intervention to fix the problems created by
subsidies and government market intervention.
But rice is just part of the story. Thai sugar is also big
business, and the military government hopes it becomes a
lot bigger very soon.
Thailand is the world’s second largest sugar exporter behind only Brazil. But unlike Brazil, the Thai sugar industry
is rapidly expanding, growing from about 6 million tons of
sugar production in 2006 to more than 10 million tons in 2013.
Phillip Hayes, a spokesman for the American Sugar Alliance, says subsidization is the only way to explain Thailand’s
rapid growth.
“Thai sugar production is woefully inefficient and unmechanized, with the average sugar farm being less than 10
acres,” he said. “That’s like a garden in the United States or
Brazil, yet government intervention is fueling expansion in
Thailand.” The Thai government sets domestic sugar prices,
mandates production quotas, imposes tariffs, and offers up
preferential loans.
“In developing countries, preferential loans is a code
word for subsidy,” according to Hayes. “Growers get low or
no-interest loans then a few years later debts are magically
forgiven or restructured. It’s a cash handout in disguise and
it’s the preferred subsidy model in places like Brazil, India,
and Thailand.”
In addition to the loans, press reports from Thailand note
that the country is also considering strategies to encourage
rice producers to switch to sugar and is making state-owned
land available for cultivation in hopes of adding another 1
million tons of sugar production.
Rapid government-fueled expansion in hopes of becoming the world’s dominant player in a commodity market?
Sounds familiar, and Thailand doesn’t appear to have learned
much from its past mistakes. Of course, Thailand isn’t alone
in its march for domination. China has manipulated global
markets for years with its stockpiling programs and is now
eyeing direct subsidies. Brazil continues to bail out its struggling ethanol industry, which was built through government
investment and usage mandates. And India is facing WTO
scrutiny for its recent run-up in export subsidization.
“This is the intricate web of subsidies that efficient U.S.
farmers have to compete with,” Hayes explained. “It’s why
we must always strive to improve our efficiency, and it’s
why a strong U.S. Farm Bill is so important.”
November 2014, “The Growers’ Guide” Page C5
Dairy Focus: Holstein Bull
Calves Have Value
By J.W. Schroeder, NDSU Extension dairy specialist
Proper care of newborn calves is always the best choice.
If recent phone calls are any indication, the high price
of beef apparently has producers re-thinking the value of
Holstein bull calves. The notion is certainly understandable,
given the decline in feed costs and the record high prices of
beef at the retail counter.
One producer mused with me recently, remembering the
day when he left a stock trailer unattended at a sales ring. Back
then, it was not a good time for selling, especially calves that
were only a couple of days old. He said you couldn’t give
them away. Upon returning to his truck, he was surprised to
find his empty trailer full of Holstein bull calves!
Knowing the humorous nature of this visitor, I am confident that he stretched the truth, but his point was clear. Not
so long ago, sending bull calves to auctions that brought a
price so low it barely covered the commission to sell them
was common. Not so today. Bull calves often are bringing
nearly $300 at auction, so why not feed them yourself?
Some dairy farmers do, but many are not in a position to
add a feeding enterprise to their operation. And if you talk
to some traditional feedlot managers, they will tell you dairy
steers “feed different” than other breeds of beef cattle. And
that they do. Nonetheless, feed yards no doubt are pushing
a pencil on this one.
But before you even get to developing and growing calves,
some producers may be overlooking an opportunity. Given
the limited supply of market beef, dairy producers are in
a position to establish an income stream from the sale of
market calves. The opportunity for reward starts with the
health of the calf.
Admittedly, heifers often receive the best care because they
are the future of the herd. All the lessons we have learned
on how to grow a healthy newborn heifer calf applies to her
male cohorts as well.
The process begins at birth with proper care and nutrition,
whether you have a newborn heifer or bull calf. Here are
some ways to help ensure calves stay healthy:
• Dip navels within one hour of birth with a 7 percent
iodine solution.
• Provide colostrum from a cow milked within one hour
of giving birth.
• Use only high-quality colostrum, as measured with a
colostrometer.
• Feed 4 quarts of colostrum to the calf within one hour
of birth.
• Provide a second feeding of 2 quarts of colostrum 10
to 12 hours after birth.
Be mindful that with shortcuts on these practices, calves
may appear healthy on the day they are sold. However, with
time and added stress in the days or weeks after they leave
the farm, calves from inadequate health programs will exhibit more health-related problems and increase the buyer’s
animal health-care costs. Your reputation as a seller of dairy
bull calves will be made or lost and quickly recognized by
other buyers.
So now is a good time to review your calf health program
with your veterinarian, your family members and your employees. The health and welfare of your livestock at birth is
the foundation for rewards that are to come in the milking
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A team of researchers including Montana State University
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Ahmed, assistant professor of sustainable food systems in
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compounds that determine tea health properties and flavor,
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fell up to 50 percent in an area of southwest China during an
extreme monsoon, while other compounds increased. Household income from the sales of tea grown during the extreme
monsoon also dropped by up to 50 percent, Ahmed said.
The findings are based on field samples taken from tea
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The findings were published Oct. 6 in PLOS ONE a peerreviewed journal of the Public Library of Science (http://
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The results of the research, which attracted attention
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plant species around the world that may be threatened by
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on farmers’ livelihoods, both in China and around the globe,
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“Extrapolating findings from this study with climate
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intensity of extreme droughts and heavy rains associated with
climate change,” Ahmed said. “The study has compelling
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medicinal plants for which changes in weather patterns can
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The study’s co-author, Rick Stepp, an associate professor
of cultural anthropology at the University of Florida, added
that the team’s research goes beyond the chemical analysis
of the tea.
“We are very interested in understanding not only how
climate impacts tea quality and farmer livelihoods, but also
the factors that enable farmers to adapt to climate risk,”
Stepp said.
Tea is a multibillion dollar industry, with many consumers choosing to drink it in order to receive health benefits.
In the United States, tea purchases have increased for 20
consecutive years and annual sales have surpassed $2.2 billion, with 160 million Americans drinking tea on any given
day, according to the Tea Association of the USA, a New
York-based industry group.
In fact, today tea is the most widely consumed beverage in
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centuries, beginning in China and India.
Green tea is recognized for its many health benefits that
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sugar, and promote digestion, among other uses.
November 2014, “The Growers’ Guide” Page C7
WSU Wheat Academy
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From Diana Roberts, WSU Extension
Wheat growers and crop consultants are invited to the
inaugural WSU Extension Wheat Academy. The two-day
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quality, herbicides, pest and micronutrient management.
Experts will lead intensive, 75-minute sessions.
Registration is $100 and limited to the first 60 registrants.
The fee covers parking on campus, two lunches, a catered
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• Do you wear clothes with
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Wear a short sleeve-shirt or
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Tying back your hair is
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sanitation perspective, too.
No one likes hair in his or
her food.
• Are your potholders
square or round? Did you
know that mitts or round
pot holders are considered
safer than square ones? Large
square potholders that are
folded into triangles are more
likely to catch fire if the fabric
drapes onto a heat source.
• Do you keep anything
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paper towels and mail away
the stove. Although
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Do you have a kitchen fire extinguisher? An extinguisher
labeled “ABC” works on a variety of fires (paper, grease,
etc.). Be sure to review the directions that accompanied the
extinguisher.
If a fire should occur, experts suggest using the “PASS”
technique. PASS is an acronym that means you should
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“squeeze” the lever that releases the extinguishing agent.
Finally, “sweep” from side to side until the fire goes out.
Before leaving your home or going to bed, check that
the stove is off.
Don’t be afraid to cook and bake, though. Keep an eye on
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less fat and calories. The recipe is courtesy of the Iowa State
University Extension “Spend Smart Eat Smart” program.
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Mmmmm Good Fruit Pizza
Cookie crust
1 large egg white
¼ c. cooking oil (canola, sunflower, etc.)
¼ c. brown sugar, firmly packed
1/3 c. all-purpose flour
¼ tsp. ground cinnamon
¼ tsp. baking soda
1 c. uncooked quick-cooking oatmeal
Cooking spray
Topping:
3 ounces of fat-free cream cheese, softened
3 ounces of (half of a 6-ounce carton) nonfat vanilla yogurt
Sliced fruit to top the pizza (your choice: kiwi, strawberries, mango or grapes)
Preheat the oven to 375 F. Beat the egg white until foamy.
Add oil and sugar and beat until smooth. In a small bowl,
stir together the flour, cinnamon and baking soda. Add to
the sugar mixture. Stir in oatmeal. Line a baking sheet with
aluminum foil and spray with cooking spray. Spread the
dough in a 9-inch circle. Bake for 12 minutes. Crust will
begin to puff but does not look “done.” Remove from oven
and let cool about 20 minutes. The crust continues to cook
while cooling.
In a small bowl, stir together the cream cheese and yogurt until smooth. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate
until cool. Transfer the crust to a serving plate. Spread the
cream cheese mixture over the crust. Arrange fruit on top.
Cut into wedges and serve or refrigerate up to two hours,
covered and uncut.
Makes eight servings. Each serving has 190 calories, 8
grams (g) of fat, 26 g of carbohydrate, 5 g of protein, 2 g of
fiber and 130 milligrams of sodium.
Springtime & Wine In Provence
From WSU’s “Voice of the Vine”
Does wine education and Provence sound like an enticing
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offered by the WSU Viticulture and Enology Program next
April 19-May 1, 2015.
Join Viticulture and Enology Program Director Thomas
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exciting coastal towns of Monaco and Monte Carlo.
This tour is sure to be not only educational, but rich with
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From NDSU Agriculture Communication
Sweet clover contains a high level of a chemical that can
be converted to an anticoagulant.
Improperly curing hay made from certain sweet clover
varieties such as white and yellow sweet clover can cause
severe and often fatal hemorrhages in livestock such as
cattle, sheep and goats.
“Unfortunately, proper harvesting can be difficult,” says
Gerald Stokka, North Dakota State University Extension
Service livestock stewardship specialist and veterinarian. “If
cutting is delayed until full bloom, the large, high-moisture
stems will take a longer time to dry than the leaves. This
will increase leaf shatter and decrease quality. If baled in
early maturity with increased moisture content, mold growth
may develop.”
The problem with sweet clover is that it contains a high
level of a unique, naturally occurring chemical known as
coumarin. Mold causes coumarin to be converted to dicoumarol, which is a potent anticoagulant. Dicoumarol also
interferes with the metabolism of vitamin K, which the body
needs for blood coagulation.
That is a concern to producers because sweet clover is used
as livestock feed. It grows in many annual pastures and can
become abundant in years following good rainfall in the fall.
Cattle consuming affected feed likely will not exhibit
symptoms until the disease becomes severe. At that point,
inadequate blood coagulation causes the animals to become
weak and experience an increased heart rate, anemia, bloody
milk and black, tarlike manure.
“Many of these symptoms may go unnoticed, and often
extensive internal bruising is discovered after the animal
has died,” Stokka says.
“Dicoumarol also has been shown to cause reproductive
disease in cattle.”
Newborn calves are more susceptible to sweet clover
disease than older animals because the calves usually are
deficient in vitamin K and unable to protect themselves from
the toxin. In mature animals, toxicity usually occurs after
they’ve consumed 20 to 30 milligrams of dicoumarol per
kilogram of hay for several weeks.
Stokka recommends that producers remove sweet clover
from their livestock’s diet at the first signs of toxicity. In
severe cases, administering whole blood intravenously can
resolve hemorrhages and anemia immediately. Administering
injectable vitamin K1 also has been shown to be an effective
treatment strategy.
The synthetic vitamin K3 is available in injectable and
oral forms, allowing for easier treatment, but it has not been
shown to be effective, Stokka says.
Replacing or blending moldy sweet clover with a highquality forages will help avoid the effects of dicoumarol.
Also, haylage or silage made from sweet clover is less likely
to have coumarin convert to dicoumarol because anaerobic
conditions necessary for proper ensiling are not conducive
to mold growth.
“To be safe, producers should have their sweet clover hay
tested to determine the dicoumarol content,” Stokka advises.
The NDSU Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory can conduct
those tests. For information on submitting hay samples,
contact the lab at (701) 231-7527 or (701) 231-8307, or visit
its website at http://www.vdl.ndsu.edu.
Other methods of reducing the risk of sweet clover disease include:
• Planting sweet clover varieties with low coumarin content
• Curing and drying sweet clover carefully before baling
• Avoiding feeding sweet clover forages in late gestation
• Blending all predominantly sweet clover forages
suspected of contamination with other forages or feeding
these forages for only a short time, such as five to seven
days, to avoid the cumulative effects on the animals’ clotting mechanism.
Partnership To Measure
Conservation Impacts On Water Quality
By Ciji Taylor, USDA-NRCS
The United States Department of Agri- our natural resources. Our goal with this
culture (USDA) and the U.S. Department partnership is to be able to better recognize
of the Interior (DOI) announced a new part- these achievements and provide conservation
nership agreement today that will provide and water quality management communities
a clearer picture of the benefits of farmers’ with science-based information for improvconservation practices on the quality of our ing water quality,” Mills said. “Farmers
Nation’s water. Working together, USDA’s invest heavily in conservation systems to
NRCS and DOI’s USGS will quantify the improve water quality, and we want to aid
benefits of voluntary agricultural practices their decisions with the best science and
at a watershed scale. This information will information available.”
The conservation intensity products destrengthen the effectiveness of state and
federal nutrient reduction strategies while veloped through the agreement will provide
protecting the privacy of individual farmers. a uniform representation of conservation
The agreement was announced at the Mis- activities for use in water quality assessments
sissippi River Gulf of Mexico Watershed at local, regional, and national scales. Water
quality and land resource managers will
Nutrient Task Force Meeting.
On a voluntary basis, the agricultural therefore have the assurance that they are
community has put extensive effort into the using consistent and accurate information
management of nutrients and reducing runoff on conservation activities and a common
into waterways. This collaboration will help platform for discussing conservation benefits.
evaluate the impact of farmers’ conservation Nutrient runoff from many different sources,
efforts on improving water quality,” said Ann including urban areas and industry, impacts
Mills, USDA’s deputy under secretary for our nation’s waterways.
Visit the following links to learn more
Natural Resources and Environment. Mills
about:
real-time nitrate monitoring, annual
said when hundreds of farms take action in
one watershed, it can make a difference-it and seasonal nutrient loads to the Gulf of
can help prevent an algal bloom downstream Mexico, nutrient trends, and the Mississippi
or lessen the need for water treatment plants River basin nutrient model mapper.
Learn more about NRCS’s Conservation
to treat for nitrates.
The U.S. Geological Survey will now Effects Assessment Project Cropland Nause Natural Resources Conservation Service tional Assessment and the Mississippi River
data on conservation work to factor into its Basin Healthy Watersheds Initiative.
To learn about technical and financial assurface water quality models, which track
how rivers receive and transport nutrients sistance available through conservation profrom natural and human sources to down- grams, visit www.nrcs.usda.gov/GetStarted
stream reservoirs and estuaries. This infor- or local USDA service center.
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For more than sixty years, Sunflower® seeding and tillage systems have lead the industry in performance and durability.
That’s why Sunflower has been the only choice for generations of professional producers seeking bigger yields.
Sunflower offers a full-line of innovative, hardworking products including field cultivators, soil conditioners, chisel plows, grain drills and
America’s top-selling disc harrow line. Plus, Sunflower tillage equipment provides some of the highest resale values on the market.
JD 2310, 34’ mulch finisher,
6 heavy-duty bar flex harrow .......... $61,000
• The new 1435 Series disc harrows offer more weight for better penetration and with C-Flex mounted scrapers for more effective disc
scraping for more efficient operation in the toughest field conditions.
• The 1435 Series offers seven models ranging from 20-ft. 7-in., to 35-ft. 10-in. working widths with over-center wing fold for narrow transport.
Stop by and see us today for more information. Accept no imitations — there is only one — Sunflower.
DIESEL & MACHINE, INC.
SUNFLOWER 1435, 30’ disc, low use,
under warranty, 24x1/4” blades,
3-bar flex, hyd self-leveling tongue ...$57,500
IH 500, 16’ tandem offset
disc, on rubber, good condition..... $5,200
Phone (208) 743-7171 • Lewiston, ID • 227 20TH Street North
“The People with the Positive Approach”
IN STOCK!
HESSTON 4790, 3x4 baler,
cutter, knotter fan, hyd lift ........ $42,000
✔ Heavy Duty
Drive Components
✔ Heavy Gauge
Sheet Metal
NEW RHINO FR240 25-ft Bat-Wing rotary cutter
Ensures a clean cut with spring-cushioned, mechanical level life
axles; front-to-rear leveling control rods; and one-half-inch x 4-inch
updraft blades with 6-inch overlap.
✔ Great
Warranty!
NEW RHINO RC125 25-ft Flail mower
5-Year Limited Warranty on gearbox.
End tow package available for ease of transport.
Shredder blades are Tungsten Carbide hard surfaced for maximum life.
‘09 MF 2170, 3x4 baler,
std chute, single axle, 22,839-bales$74,000
DIESEL & MACHINE, INC.
Phone (208) 743-7171 • Lewiston, ID • 227 20TH Street North
“The People with the Positive Approach”
NH 1116, 16’ windrower,
diesel, cab, A/C .......................... $9,500