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August 2, 2016 • Page 8 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Supplementing Vitamins A & E During Drought BROOKINGS, S.D. - Producers grazing livestock this summer should consider supplementing vitamins A&E due to drought conditions, said Alvaro Garcia, SDSU Extension Agriculture and Natural Resources Program Director & Professor. “Both vitamins are typically present in green forage, however when most of the diet consists of dry summer pasture or dry, bleached hay, deficiencies in both vitamins is likely,” Garcia explained. Essential to maintaining early pregnancy (provitamin A or beta carotene) and immunity, specifically helping ward off pink eye (E), if these vitamins are not available through grazing, Garcia encourages livestock producers to consider supplements that contain them. “When facing a drought, one usually thinks first about forage and water shortages, however there are other highly essential nutrients that may be critically short under these conditions. Reduction in the fat-soluble vitamins, such as A & E usually poses a problem,” he said. He added that other drought-related stressors, such as aflatoxins in supplemental feed and reduced water quality, can also deplete livestock’s stores of A&E. Garcia is not worried about vitamins D and K, which are two other fatsoluble vitamins, because they are readily synthesized through sun exposure and gut microbes. What role do vitamins A & E play? Vitamin A: Vitamin A is critical to many functions in the body, particularly the surfaces (epitheliums) of many body systems. As such, it plays a critical role in vision, growth, and reproduction (embryonic development). Vitamin A deficiency has also been associated with abortions, retained placentas and compromised immune function, as well as an increase in the number of sick (morbidity) and dead calves. In cows supplemented with vitamin A or beta carotene as provitamin, pregnancy rate doubled AUCTIONS particularly in the second and third cycles (22 percent versus 11 percent). Cow/calf pairs challenged by the environment either by disease or other stress, with no enough green pasture, rely on the vitamin A stored in their liver or the one supplied with the minerals for their protection. If they haven’t been supplemented or they are not fed green forages their reserves may last up to 180 days. It is thus critical to consider what did cows eat last grazing season, and what were they supplemented with during the past winter. Vitamin E: Vitamin E helps maintain the integrity of the keratin, and as such it helps protect the eyes from pinkeye, a common problem oftentimes also observed during the summer. This vitamin helps maintain the integrity of the cell membrane and is essential in boosting the immunity. Around calving time for example, high levels of this vitamin have been associated with boosting white blood cells necessary to fight infections. As a result of their antioxidant properties, both vitamin E and selenium prevent cell and tissue damage protecting from the invasion of pathogens. Supplement recommendations When purchasing mineral supplements, Garcia encourages producers to verify that they contain adequate concentrations of vitamins A and E. It is advisable that trace mineral tubs or licks for cows with their calves contain 500,000 international units (IU) of vitamin A and 50 of vitamin E. This is particularly critical when pastures are dry and bleached, a clear sign the vitamins have been oxidized. Depending on its quality, Garcia said that some baled forages will contain percentages of vitamins A & E, so if livestock producers are supplementing with baled forages. The greener these forages are (for example alfalfa blends) the greater their concentrations in provitamin A and vitamin E. Antiques - Household - Miscellaneous AUCTION ANNUAL FALL MACHINERY CONSIGNMENT Saturday, Aug. 6 -- 11 a.m. To Consign Your Farm, Livestock, Construction Equipment LOCATED: 1211 West 10th Street, Yankton, SD from Yankton Medical Clinic, 1 block north and 2 blocks west ALTON HEIMES 402-254-3315 RYAN CREAMER 402-254-9753 ROGER JANSSEN 402-388-4409 ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES: Oak buffet; Serpentine dresser; Small wood chest of drawers; Drop front desk; Oak hall table; Bentwood chairs; Trunk; Dazey 60 churn; Sausage stuffer; Washboard; Barn lanterns; Alladin lamp; Coke items; Advertising pieces; Yankton and Bon Homme County atlases; Various crocks; Marbles; Old coffee and tea pots; Depression glass; Lead crystal; Pyrex; Blue jars; Plus more small antiques and collectables. HOUSEHOLD: Side by side refrigerator; 25’ chest freezer; Whirlpool electric range; Maytag auto washer and dryer; Eden Pure heater; 3 pc queen bedroom set; Electric lift single bed; Dressers; Chest of drawers; Large hutch; Dining table and chairs; Kitchen table and chairs; Matching recliners and recliner sofa; Glider rocker; Easy chairs; Entertainment center; End tables; Stands; Desk; Of?ce chairs; Files; Rainbow vac; Bose radio; Folding tables and chairs; Electric sewing machine; Lamps; Fans; Radios; Towels; Bedding; Rugs; Microwave; Bunn coffee maker; Small kitchen appliances; Set of 12 china dish set; Dish and glass sets; Coolers; Pressure cookers; Canners; Canning supplies; Holiday décor; New electric lift chair; Plus much more. LAWN, GARDEN, SHOP & MISCELLANEOUS: JD LA 115 19 1/2 hp 42” rider and bagger, 225 hrs; JD 724 D snowblower; Duracraft 12”x37” wood lathe; Planer; Table saw; Scroll saw; Router; Drill press; Side grinder; Sanders; Saws; Drills; B&D 12 V power tools; Socket and wrench sets; Tools sets; Hand tools; Forks; Shovels; Battery charger; Shop shelves; Shop vac; Gas trimmer; Lawn and garden tools and supplies; Lawn ornaments; Fishing equipment; Daisy BB gun. www.CHJAUCTIONEERS.COM Leona Pechous, Owner Peterson Auctioneers Glen Peterson, RE #234 www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD Terms: Cash or check accompanied by photo ID. Not Responsible for Accidents LARGE AUCTION Saturday, Aug. 13 -- 9:30 a.m. LOCATED: 41310 SD Highway 50, Tyndall, SD (From Tyndall, 3 miles west) - DO NOT PARK ON HIGHWAY 50 AUCTION Thursday, September 1, 2016 – Hartington, NE CONTACT AUCTIONEERS: Advertising Deadline is August 15, 2016 ESTATE AUCTION Saturday, Aug. 20 -- 11 a.m. LOCATED: 613 Walnut Street, Spring?eld, SD 1 block south of community center Urban Wood Utilization Workshops BROOKINGS, S.D. - SDSU Extension in cooperation with the South Dakota Department of Agriculture, McCrory Gardens, the City of Rapid City and the Rapid City Urban Forestry Board is hosting two urban wood utilization workshop summer 2016. The first is on Saturday, Aug. 6, from 9:30 to noon (MST) at the City Maintenance Yard, (2919 Canyon Lake Drive, Rapid City). The second workshop will be held Tuesday, Aug. 9 from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. (CST) at McCrory Gardens, (631 22nd Ave, Brookings). “Too often we cut down mature or over-mature urban and windbreak trees and burn or bury the wood. Considering the potential value in some trees is important so don’t accidentally burn or bury money,” said John Ball, SDSU Extension Forestry Specialist. These outdoor workshops will cover the basics of turning trees into valuable products. Discussions and demonstrations will cover how logs are scaled (measured,) the economics of setting up a mill, the drying process and maintaining blades. Participants will be able to examine and watch a portable mill operation. The workshops will also address how to utilize wood infested with insects and diseases to avoid further spread of these pests. REAL ESTATE WILL SELL FIRST Real Estate consists of a 2 story, 2 bedroom home with 2 car detached garage and a 24x32 heated and cooled shop building. This very clean well maintained home features a large master bedroom on main ?oor with 1/2 bath, a near new full bath on main ?oor, a spacious bedroom with full bath on 2nd ?oor, a new roof, steel siding, propane furnace and central air. This one is ready to move into. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lots 1 & 2 & E 1/2 of Lot 3, Block 43. TERMS & CONDITIONS: Cash sale with a $10,000.00 non-refundable down payment day of auction with balance due at closing on or before September 20, 2016. Title Insurance and closing service fees will be split 50-50 between buyer and Estate. 2016 taxes will be prorated to closing based on 2015. Possession upon receipt of ?nal payment. Announcements day of auction take precedence over printed material. A complete listing of personal property will appear at a later date. Marion Heusinkveld Estate Peterson Auctioneers Glen Peterson, RE #234 www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD For more information or to view property call Glen Peterson at 605-369-2638 Machinery viewing August 6 and 7 from 1 to 5 p.m. Iron sells at 9:30 a.m. - Guns sell at 12 noon TRACTORS, SKID STEER: 1999 JD 8300 MFD, Power shift, 18.4x46 duals, 5440 hrs; 2006 JD 7420 MFD, Power quad, 4000 hrs and JD 741 SL loader, joystick, 8’ bucket; 5’ grapple; Pallet fork; Bale spear; 1978 JD 4440, quad, 3 hyd, 18.4x38 duals, 9300 hrs; 1966 JD 4020 D, ps; 1964 JD 3020 D, ps, lots of recent work; IHC Super C and Artsway 6’ belly mower; Bobcat 642 B skid steer. COMBINE, HEADS: 2003 C-IH 2388, 2620 eng hrs, 1767 sep hrs, ?eld tracker, yield and moisture monitor w/GPS rock trap; 2206 6RN corn head; 1020 30’ bean head. MACHINERY: JD 1760 MaxiMerge Plus 12RN planter, Sunco trash discs, 1 season on complete rebuild; C-IH RMX 340 22’ rock ?ex disc and harrow; C-IH 530B Ecolo-Tiger disc deep till; JD 980 32’ ?eld cultivator and harrow; 2 Demco 450 Posi Flow gravity wagons, lights, brakes, Shurco roll tarps; 2 Demco 365 gravity wagons; Demco and Unverferth 350 gravity ?ow wagons; Feterl 10x62 auger and hyd swing hopper; Feterl 10x28 truck auger; JD 3960 silage cutter and 3RN head; Richardton 12’ dump wagon; Friesen 110 bulk seed tender; Knight 3030 Real Auggie feeder wagon, scale; Meyer’s 2425 manure spreader; Automatic roller mill; Soil Mover 6 1/2’ scraper; Meyerink 12’ box scraper; Ziegler Snow Hawk 8’ snowblower; C-IH 183 12RN cultivator; JD 2600 5 bottom adj plow; JD 400 rotary hoe; JD 9’ blade; JD 606 rotary mower; 7 section drag and cart; IHC 100 9’ mt mower; NH side delivery rake; Porta seeder; Dan Houser post auger; JD 200 gal 3 pt sprayer; 12x22 stack mover; Flat bed trailer; 1964 Ford F-600 truck, 16’ box and hoist; 6x16 bumper stock trailer; Shop made truck tire drag; Lots of iron for salvage. ATV, SHOP & MISCELLANEOUS: 2004 Honda Rancher AT 420, 4700 miles; 1000 gal fuel tank and electric pump; 300 gal fuel tank; 110 gal fuel tank and pump; 550 gal poly tank; 2 bulk bins; Honda 5 hp gas generator; 30 gal air compressor; Lincoln welder; Welding table; Drill press; Bench grinder; Chop saw; Table and miter saws; Quick hitches; JD rear and front weights; Tool boxes; Electric power tools including drills, side grinders, sanders; Makita and DeWalt 12 V and 18 V power tools; Thorsen 3/4” socket set; Comp wrenches up to 2”; Socket and wrench sets; Miscellaneous hand tools; Gear pullers; Log chains; Load binders; Electric motors; Jacks; Bolt cutters; Bolt stock; Moisture tester; 12V sprayer; Shop vac; Aeration fans; Stihl leaf blower; Porta corral gates; Loading chute; Various gates; Wire winder; Wire; Posts; Fencing supplies; Tires; Various sizes of windows; Plus more. GUNS: Ri?es - Win 1873 32 WCF lever act, 24” act, SN: 418484; Browning BAR II .308, Belgium, un?red; Browning BAR I .270, Belgium, un?red, scope; Browning BAR I .243, Belgium, un?red; Browning .22 auto, Japan, un?red; Savage 99 lever act .308, scope; Rem. Model 12 .22 pump; Stevens .22 pump, oct; Ruger Mini-14 .223 auto, scope; Herters .270 bolt act and scope; Win 74 .22 auto; Rem 510 bolt act .22 ss; Marlin 60 .22 auto; Shotguns - Win Model 24 dbbl 20 ga, SN: 38670; Win Model 12 12 ga pump, vent rib, 3”, full choke, SN: 1791913; Win 1897 16 ga pump, SN: 320450; Browning Citori 20 ga o/u, 28” barrel, Japan; Browning A-500 12 ga auto, vent rib, 3”, Belgium, un?red; SKB 20 ga auto, vent rib, 3”, un?red; Rem Sportsman 58 12 ga auto, 3”; Ithaca 37 pump, 2 3/4”; Stevens 77B 12 ga pump; Iver Johnson 410 ss; Handguns - Browning BuckMark .22 auto; Browning pat 7.65 auto; Iver Johnson .32 revolver plus ammo; 12 ga oak gun cabinet; Whitetail mounts; Deer horns; DU prints; 6 gun cabinet. ANTIQUES, COLLECTABLES & PRIMITIVES: Superior and LaCrosse 1 row horse drills; Wood beam breaking plow; Walking plows; Horse cultivators; Clipper fanning mill; Old unusual sack machine; Large cupola; Wagon seats; Egg incubator; JD 1 1/2 hp stationary for parts; Deering electric separator; Mallard Seed 4’x4’ tin sign; Zip Feed signs; Black Hawk and Hays planter boxes; Hand planters; Church pews; Butter churn; Alladin lamp; Barn lanterns; Lightning rods; Cream cans; Standard gas cans; Several old wood planes including Stanley 43 and 190; Old saws; Ice tongs; Traps; Neck yokes; Line spreaders; Collars; Fly nets; Bridles; Well pump; Platform scale. TOYS: Precision 4020; 1/16 scale Ertl JD 8400, 7420, 4555, 4440, 70, unstyled JDs, Waterloo Boy, Older 3020; Kent Feeds series trucks from 1998 thru 2015; #3100 Kent Feed tractor trailer; #3300 Kent IHC tandem axle auger truck; Kent Ford Model A pickup. HOUSEHOLD: Handmade 28”x48”x33” oak desk as well as other kitchen and household items. From start to ?nish this auction will consist of top quality very clean, well cared for items. The machinery has had the utmost care and maintenance with nearly everything always shedded and in ?eld ready condition. 2 rings may run at times so bring a friend. Don’t miss this one! ELMER W. SVANDA, Owner Peterson Auctioneers Glen Peterson, RE #234 www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD Terms: Cash or check accompanied by photo ID LUNCH served by BHHS Cheerleaders Not Responsible for Accidents CAT MT 765 TRACTOR – AGCO 9650 MFD TRACTOR 8 AC TRACTORS 2-COCKSHUTT TRACTORS MACHINERY EQUIPMENT – ANTIQUES AT ABSOLUTE AUCTION In order to settle the estate of Dale Seubert, our family will sell the following equipment at ABSOLUTE AUCTION on the farm located at 26380 450th Ave. Canistota, SD located from Junction of Hwy. 42 and 451st Ave (Lake Vermillion Oil) go 1 mile west, 1 ¼ north or from Hwy. 42 and Marion turn off, go 3-miles east, 1 ¼ north on: TUESDAY AUGUST 9TH • 10:00 A.M. TRACTORS – SKID STEER 2005 CAT MT 765 track tractor, 5246-hrs, 25” tracks, Trimble auto steer, 3pt. PTO 1-owner; 1994 AGCO 9650 MFD tractor, 1716 actual hours, 18.4 X 42 tires & duals, 14.9 X 28 fronts sharp; 1975 AC 7040 Power Director, 4174-hrs, 2-hyds; AC 190 XT series III shows 2886 hrs, new tires, sharp; Koyker K-5 loader 190 mts; AC WD & WD 45; (2) AC WC tractors complete will run; 1936 AC WC on steel complete will run; 1938 AC RC tractor complete will run; Cockshutt 30 & 40 NF tractors, complete will run; 1989 Bobcat 642B gas skid steer, 4626-hrs aux. hyds new tires; Bobcat 610 skid steer, complete not running; FARM EQUIPMENT – MACHINERY – VEHICLES (2) Duetz-AC 385 8RN planters complete; Sunflower 5034 field cultivator 32’ w/harrow; CIH 5700 pull type chisel w/Herman Harrow 25’; Duetz 1400 field cultivator 28’ w/harrow; Dawn 16RN strip till machine with Dawn Pluribus colters set-up for dry or liquid on Elk Creek Welding HD cart; Brillion 3 pt. zone builder six shank; Rawson 8RN strip till machine w/markers; OMC 95 grinder/mixer stored inside; Westfield 8” X 61’ auger w/swinging hopper; Kewanee & Kelly Ryan elevators; Koyker 8” X 55’ auger; (2) Parker 2600 Gravity boxes on Parker gears; (3) barge boxes on gears w/hoists; JD 24T baler; Hahn SP high boy sprayer; New Idea 1-row corn picker stored inside; AC 7’ pull type sickle mower; AC ground drive manure spreader; JD #7 corn grinder, complete stored inside; JD gear w/20 flatbed; shopbuilt header trailer; running gears; 20’ 3pt tool bar 6”; (2) single disks; JD side rake on steel; wood triple box w/IHC endgate seeder; wood running gear; 1948 Chevy 2-ton truck 12’ box & hoist; 1940’s Chevy Special Deluxe 4-door complete; GRAIN BIN - FARM MISC.- ANTIQUES – HOUSEHOLD Store Mor 6000 bushel dryer bin, stirrator, auger out, Caldwell fan; 7-rings to be moved; 550-gal fuel tank & pump; 300 OH tank; 500 gal LP tank & cart; 1500 gal poly tank; Wisconsin V-twin motor; Clipper fanning mill; Hiawatha balloon tire bike; Coke 35 cent pop machine; trunks; cream cans; nail kegs; bucksaws; harness; Arc Welder; old tools, misc AC parts; belt pulley’s & drive belts; hog & cattle panels & gates; brooders; barn windows; Kenmore upright freezer; Philco 30” electric stove; Crosley chest freezer other items not mentioned. Auction Note: For pictures visit www.wiemanauction.com. Lunch and Porta Pots on site. Everything sells to the highest bidder. Not many small items please be on time. 4.5% SD sales tax applies. SEUBERT FARMS LLC –OWNER DOUG SEUBERT – 605-360-1027 Wieman Land & Auction Co. Inc. Marion, SD • 800-251-3111 • www.wiemanauction.com REAL ESTATE RENTALS AUTOMOTIVE EMPLOYMENT MERCHANDISE COUPONS the Missouri Valley Shopper and missourivalleyshopper.com is your complete source for buying and selling. Everything you need is just a click or call away! Place an ad today by calling 605.665.5584 MV Shopper M I S S O U R I VA L L EY
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