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August 29, 2017 • Page 8 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Day Sponsors Offer Special Activities At The SD State Fair (HURON, S.D.) - With the help of sponsors, the State Fair is able to offer special days at the 2017 South Dakota State Fair. Wednesday, Aug. 30, is Channel Seeds Preview Day. Gate entry isfree on Preview Day to allow fairgoers a sneak peak of the fair. The Goldstar Amusements carnival will open at 5 p.m. and all rides will be $1 each. The Red Wilk Construction CBR Bull Bash kicks off the grandstand entertainment. Thursday, Aug. 31, is Value Added Ag Day. South Dakota’s value added agriculture industry will be showcased at the day sponsor tent. The South Dakota Specialty Producers Association and the South Dakota Wine Growers Association are partnering with the Value Added Ag Development Center to feature specialty crops, local foods and wines, beers and spirits. There will also be presentations on various local food topics and a cooking demo. Be sure to make time to walk through the day sponsor tent and wine pavilion to sample products from value added businesses and learn more about the innovative products being made in South Dakota. Friday, Sept. 1, is Prostrollo Motors Day. Fairgoers can stop by Prostrollo Motors on east Highway 14 in Huron prior to the fair to pick up a coupon for $1 off gate admission at the State Fair. Prostrollo Motors will be featuring the newest vehicles for 2018. Those who stop by will see what’s coming in the year ahead and have the chance to win door prizes and ‘Best Seat in the House’ tickets for the grandstand concerts. Saturday, Sept. 2, is South Dakota Farmers Union Day. The South Dakota Farmers Union will host events throughout the day celebrating family farms, ranches and rural communities from across the state of South Dakota. Highlighting the day of activities will be the annual Farmer’s Share Luncheon (limited number of meals available) located in the tent near the Freedom stage from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The South Dakota Farmer’s Union will also host a Farm Bill panel to hear fairgoers’ concerns on the upcoming Farm Bill and other rural issues affecting the state. Sunday, Sept. 3, is DPS Drive Safe SD/Fire Safety Day. The South Dakota Department of Public Safety will focus on two areas – responsible driving and fire safety. See Highway Patrol safety simulators and police dog demonstrations at 10 a.m., noon, 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Tommy the Turtle, the Office of Emergency Management’s official mascot, will also be on hand to teach children how to be safe during severe weather. The goal of DPS Day is to highlight all the ways the department works to keep the public safe. Monday, Sept. 4, is Crowns and Capes Day. It’s a day for kids to test their skills in the penny drop game, explore the fairgrounds for a scavenger hunt, be a part of the Little Hands on the Farm learning experience, and meet real princesses and superheroes. A diaper derby and parent/child look-alike contests will also be held at the NorthWestern Energy Freedom Stage. There are also plenty of opportunities to receive free or reduced gate entrances. A lucky few fairgoers entering the gates on Labor Day have the opportunity to get a ‘Pay it Forward’ pass granting them free entrance thanks to sponsors. Additionally, fairgoers who bring a non-perishable food item for the ‘Drive to End Hunger” between the hours of 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. will receive $2 off gate admission. Iverson’s will also have $3 off daily carnival ride wristband coupons at their fair booth. The 2017 South Dakota State Fair will run from Thursday, Aug. 31, through Monday, Sept. 4. Channel Seeds preview night will be Wednesday, Aug. 30. This year’s theme is “Seriously Twisted Fun.” For more information on State Fair events, contact the Fair office at 800-529-0900, visit www.sdstatefair.com or find them on Facebook or Twitter. CORN HEADER KITS STALK ROLL KITS Stalk Roll Support Kit Includes: Stalk roll supports and mounting hardware Application Description Part No. 87298082 LH 900/1000 Series Headers 87298083 RH 900/1000 Series Headers 87298084 Both sides 900/1000 Series Headers 87298084 Gathering Chain • Far greater wear life than imported “look-a-likes” • Extended-life chain wears 2.5 times longer than regular-duty chain • Extenda-Wear chains use chrome pins for longer service life • All four chains fit John Deere corn heads (prior to 600 models) Application Description Part No. 86978515 B176279C91 Regular-Duty 800-1000 Series Headers 86523386 Extenda-Wear 800-1000 Series Headers 86979313 Regular-Duty 2200/2400 Series Headers 86978515 Extenda-Wear 2200/2400 Series Headers Stalk Roll Assemblies BALER TWINE Includes: LH and RH roll assembly, spiral augers, lower support shims, lower support and hardware Application Description Part No. B92764A 1-Row, without knives 900/1000 Series 82797036 1-Row, with knives 900/1000 Series 73340128 1-Row, with knives 3200/3400 Series 82797036 Bearing & Shield Kit Case IH Twine and Net Wrap ensure hassle-free baling. Tall Corn Kit Application: 2200/2400/3200/3400 Series Headers Components to extend the height of the outer Includes: heads/divifers to minimize ear loss in tall corn and simple-installation complete instruction manual 87034528 Part No.: • Can be raised to harvest standing corn or lowered to harvest down corn • Design permits fold-ability of end dividers • Design minimizes hair pinning • Heavy-duty components for durability and longer service life • Smooth front to rear transition STALK ROLL REPAIR KITS Includes: Components to rebuild one row and all hardware • All components are original equipment quality • Corn head knives have superior tungsten carbide coating for longer wear • Corn head knife hardware is Grade 8 Standard Kits – 1 Row Description 8 Knives 4 Knives 1-Row 8 Knives For more than two decades, Dakotafest has been an annual event that brings together ag leaders and producers from across the state together into one place. With nearly 500 agribusinesses on-site to showcase their latest products, it is one of the premier ag events of the Northern Plains. I was grateful for the opportunity to join Sen. John Thune, Rep. Kristi Noem and area producers for Dakotafest’s annual farm policy forum again this year. Hearing firsthand from South Dakota producers is critically important as we work toward smarter, better policies for farmers and ranchers. With the farm economy struggling and drought conditions affecting this year's crop across the state, this year's forum focused on the upcoming farm bill and how we can strengthen programs to help producers get through tough seasons. Maintaining and strengthening safety net provisions of the farm bill such as the crop insurance program remains my top priority in farm bill discussions. I also support raising the enrollment cap of the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), which was reduced from 32 million acres in the 2008 farm bill to 24 million acres by the end of the 2014 farm bill. During the forum, I also heard concerns about conservation easements, particularly perpetual easements which are often agreements made by previous generations and may no longer serve their purpose for current farmers or ranchers who tend the land. That's because perpetual easements are forever. I believe shorter-term easements would allow each generation to decide how they want to manage their land. During the last Congress, I introduced legislation that would make sure landowners know they have options for shorter-term easements when they enter into an easement agreement with the federal government. I will continue working to give our landowners greater optionality when it comes to perpetual conservation easements. Farmers and ranchers are also concerned about having access to capital, particularly during tough times like this in order to keep their operations above water. As a member of the Senate Banking Committee, I have been looking closely at proposals to provide additional capital to ag lenders who provide both commercial and residential loans to producers. We have heard from producers that increasing the cap on the Farm Service Agency (FSA) loan guarantee limit will open up muchneeded capital for farmers and ranchers. With the current farm bill expiring in just over a year, it is important to begin discussions now about changes that need to be made in the next farm bill. Hearing firsthand from farmers and ranchers about their experiences with federal ag programs is crucial. We must make certain that federal policies work with - rather than against - our producers as they work to feed a growing global population. I thank those who took time out of their day to visit with us at Dakotafest this year and I encourage all those involved in agriculture to remain engaged in the coming year as we continue to shape the next farm bill in Congress. Veterans Day At The South Dakota State Fair PIERRE, S.D. – At the request of the South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs, Gov. Dennis Daugaard has proclaimed Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017, as Veterans Day at the South Dakota State Fair, calling on all South Dakotans to honor those men and women who fought bravely for our freedoms. At 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, Aug. 31, the South Dakota State Fair will host a “Salute to Veterans” program. The program will be held on the Northwest Energy Freedom Stage (Recreation Avenue). Larry Zimmerman, Secretary of the South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs will be the keynote speaker. “Whether in peace or at war, the important role of our veterans cannot be denied. They are men and women from all walks of life that have one thing in common --- a love for this great country,” said Secretary Zimmerman. “No matter where or when veterans have served, they’ve always served with distinction and their service to this country is a bridge that was built on courage, dedication and patriotism.” Representatives from the South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Service Organizations, the Michael J. Fitzmaurice Veterans Home, as well as county veterans service officers will have informational booths in the Veterans Building on Flag Avenue. Veterans are encouraged to stop by the booth and learn more about benefits and programs available to them as well. To show appreciation for their service, the Fair will give all veterans and active military personnel free gate admission on Aug 31. AUCTIONS B95612 Application: 900/1000/3200/3400 Series Headers* Bearings (2) and shields (2) Includes: B95612 Part No.: *Requires rework Lower stalk row Part No. B94532 B95583A 73340673 73340131 Dakotafest Annual Opportunity To Bring All Ag Groups Together B94532 Application 900-1000 Series Headers 2200/2400 Series Headers 2600 Series Chopping Headers 3200/3400 Series Headers Kayton International, Inc. Web Site: www.kaytonint.com 2630 State Hwy. 14, Albion • 402-395-2181 • 800-248-2215 1211 W. 2nd, Crofton • 402-388-4375 • 800-798-4376 West Hwy. 275, Neligh • 402-887-4118 • 800-247-4718 Financing Available W.A.C. ©2008 CNH America LLC. All rights reserved. Case IH and CNH Capital are registered trademarks of CNH America LLC. Stationary Engines, Vintage Car Parts, Antiques AUCTION Sunday, Sept. 10 -- 11 a.m. LOCATED: 4403 N. Broadway-Hwy 81, Yankton, SD 2 miles north of Walmart ENGINES, CAR PARTS: JD 1 1/2 and 3 hp on carts, complete and loose; Economy 5,6 and 7 hp all on carts, complete & loose: 2 Economy 1 1/2 hp complete and loose, on cart; Sattley 4KX 4 hp on cart, complete and loose; Nova 4 hp on cart, complete and loose; Fairbanks Moorse Z 2 hp and 1 1/2 hp on carts, complete and loose; International 1 1/2 hp w/fuel pump on cart, complete and loose; 2 International LB 1 1/2 hp, complete and loose, 1 on cart; Wittie 1 1/2 hp on car, complete and loose; Ottawa 1 1/2 hp on cart w/5’ saw, complete and loose; Int LA complete and loose; Int M stuck; Cushman Cub R-14 1 1/2 hp, complete and loose; Delco 32V light plant; Maytag 1 and 2 cyl engines; Sears & Briggs 1 cyl air cooled Kick start engines; Briggs, Clinton and Wisconsin air cooled engines; Ford Model A eng, complete; Chevy 216 & 235 6 cyl eng; Lots of stationary engine parts; Johnson 3 and 5 hp Seahorse obs; Elto Light Twin ob; 1947-53 Chevy corner cab glass; 1951-52 Chevy corner rear windows; 192853 Chevy starters, generators, dist, carbs; 1928 Chevy trans, axles, heads; 1949-53 Chevy trans and axles; 1928 Chevy head and parking lights; 1951 Chevy pu trans; 1951-52 Chevy fender skirts hood ornament; Engine carts; Model A parts; Many car horns; 6V car heaters; Vacuum tanks; Gaskets; Many oilers; Grease cups; Brass Valves; Spark plugs; Old jacks; Hand tire pumps; Chev hubcaps; New Baby Moons; 1941-67-72 Chevy tail gates; Radiators; 21” Chevy tires and rims; 14”, 15” and 16” Chevy 6 hole tires and rims; Radiators; Plus more old car parts. ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES: Fairbanks Morse stationary grinder; JD 1 hole corn sheller; Walking plow; Wagon seat; Cast iron seats; Phillips 66 porcelain sign, rough; Childs pedal tractor; Dazey churn; Sad iron; Cast iron items; Old pulleys; Oil cans; Clothes wringer; Rinse tubs; Hand cult; Bee smoker; School desks; Hubley model cars; Unusual bottle capper; Medicine bottles; Kerosene lamps; Plus more small antiques & collectables. SHOP & MISCELLANEOUS: Ridgid 1/2 - 3/4” thread cutter; Gear pullers; Glaze breaker; Ridge reamers; Dwell meters; Timing lights; Torque wrench; Miscellaneous tools; Floor jack; Jacks and stands; Battery chargers; Big Mow riding mower; Air compressor; Knipco heaters; Coleman propane and fuel heaters; Gas cans; Tow ropes; Log chains; Shop lights; Small turning lathe; 2 wheel trailer frame; Sheets of stainless steel; Bikes; BB and pellet ri?es; Plus more. Bob Kolda has been restoring and collecting for decades. If you are into hit and miss engines and vintage automotive plan to attend this auction. Bob & Darlene Kolda, Owners Peterson Auctioneers Glen Peterson, RE #234 www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD Terms: Cash Not Responsible for Accidents Lunch served
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