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January 16, 2018 • Page 8 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Kaufman Interim SDSU Extension 4-H Animal Projects Coordinator BROOKINGS, S.D. - Growing up, Britney Kaufman and her sisters spent most of their free time working with their 4-H livestock. "Showing livestock was our passion," said Kaufman. "Now that I'm an adult, I can see where showing livestock was not only a fun experience, but it provided real-life lessons. It takes commitment. It's not something that happens overnight. It takes a lot of hard work. There were times I wanted to quit, but I had to remind myself why I started." As the Interim SDSU Extension 4-H Animal Projects Coordinator, Kaufman will help provide similar experiences and life lessons to South Dakota youth. In this role she will provide statewide leadership in delivering project-based learning focused toward youth audiences and volunteers. Kaufman will work to advance learning aspects of youth experiences through animal projects, and she will facilitate discussions and gather input from producer groups, agribusinesses and governmental agencies to identify ongoing and emerging needs of youth, to better develop project coordination related to animals and much more. "When it comes to 4-H animal projects, a large amount of learning goes on beyond exhibition events. Britney has the experience and background to enhance these learning opportunities and experiences for youth across South Dakota," said Donna Bittiker, SDSU Extension State 4-H Program Director. Kaufman is eager to help educate youth about career opportunities throughout the livestock industry. "To me, it's the real-life aspect of what they learn from 4-H that is more important than the ribbons and plaques. Many 4-H members will remain involved in the livestock industry after college. They may return to their family's farm or remain involved some other way," Kaufman explained. As a student at South Dakota State University, Kaufman was a member of the collegiate livestock judging team. She also served as assistant coach of the team. After graduating with an Animal Science degree, Kaufman returned to her family's diversified crop and livestock farm near Oldham, where she operated a small farrow to finish hog operation. Prior to joining the SDSU Extension team, Kaufman also balanced off-farm employment, working as an operations manager for her family's alternative ag crop production business and as a bank teller for First American State Bank. "I've had the unique opportunity to see both sides of the livestock industry. I've been heavily involved in the show industry, but I've also been actively involved in my family's farm," Kaufman said. As a 4-H alumnus, Kaufman has actively volunteered with Kingsbury County 4-H, helping with local livestock shows and assisting 4-H members with their livestock projects. AUCTIONS Household AUCTION SDDA Reminds Producers Of Saturday, Jan. 20 -- 10 a.m. Mandatory Dicamba Trainings LOCATED: 403 6th Street, Yankton, SD Included in the auction will be 4 piece blonde bedroom set, 4 piece bedroom set, LG ?at screen TV, RCA stereo, glider rocker, chest of drawers, glass top coffee table and glass top end tables, wood rocker, kitchen table and 4 chairs, lighted corner curio, book shelves, wood rocker, hida bed sofa, swivel chair and foot stool, wicker chests, misc plant stands, folding chairs, end tables, area rugs, iron headboard, costume jewelry, cuff links, ruby glass, pressed glass, decorative stemware, miscellaneous wildlife and chicken statues, small appliances, miscellaneous cookware, bedding, wall décor, wind chimes, bird bath, religious statues, knick knacks, lawn cart plus other miscellaneous household goods. For questions contact Cody Peterson at 605-682-1652 Robert “Bob” Titus Estate Peterson Auctioneers TERMS: Cash www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD Not Responsible for Accidents Glen Peterson, RE #234 INTERNET ONLY AUCTION FOR JD 530 TRACTOR –COLT-WINCHESTER-MARLIN RIFLES - HIT & MISS ENGINES – SIGNS – TOOLS – STEEL LATHE- MILLING MACHINE – JD 277 RIDING MOWER – JD SNOWBLOWER – ANTIQUES – COLLECTIBLES The following items will be offered on the next internet only auction and are on display at the Wieman Auction Facility located at 44628 SD Hwy. 44 Marion, SD located 1-mile south and ½ mile west of Marion, SD WEDNESDAY JANUARY 24th FIRST ITEMS CLOSE AT 10:00 A.M. This auction truly offers something for everyone from quality antiques to man-cave furnishings to shop equipment, everything has been well maintained and in working order be sure to check it out. Over 300 lots be sure to check out the catalog! TRACTOR – ENGINES – ATTACHMENTS – SHOP EQUIPMENT JD 530 NF tractor restored w/JD 45 loader, 3pt fenders sharp; Waterloo 2hsp; Sandwhich 1 ½ hsp; McCormick 1 ½ hsp on trucks; 5-hsp Hercules engine on trucks; JD f-125 2-Bottom plow restored; JD #9 mower; JD Barge Box on JD gear restored; Complete wood fan windmill head disassembled; Rockwell Vertical Milling Machine complete with tooling; PRN steel lathe with cutters and attach; Century 225 wire welder; Large pedestal Grinder; Rolling overhead hoist; Torch & cart; Chop Saws; Hand tools; rolling steel benches; JD 277 AWS riding mower; JD 1128 snowblower; 2-wheel trailer GUNS – ANTIQUES – COLLECTIBLES (5) Colt 22-cal. Pump rifles octagon barrels nice; Colt 32cal. Pump rifle; Winchester 1890 pump 22-cal octagon barrel; Marlin 22-cal lever action & pump rifles; Oak Secretary; Windsor Walnut drop front desk nice;Drafting Table; Wood file cabinet; Rockers; wood spinning wheel; wicker bottom chairs; trunks; Oxen neck yoke; Dempster well pumps; old fans; Primitive Hammers; brass engine oilers; Oak baby crib; Parlor Table; Seed corn signs; Cessna 182 model airplane; china sets; figurines; box lots of glass, crocks; household items; Couch & Sofa; glass top end tables; Amana upright freezer; 9-wood church pews from 48” to 60” For a full catalog of the items and pictures please visit www.wiemanbid2buy.com. Items can be viewed during normal business hours. No disappointments quality items from top to bottom. SD sales tax of 4.5% will be charged along with a 7% Buyers premium. No items removed until paid for. MARVIN FINK ESTATE - OWNER MAGGIE FINK –OWNER Wieman Land & Auction Co. Inc. Marion, SD • 800-251-3111 www.wiemanbid2buy.com PIERRE, S.D. – In December, the South Dakota Department of Agriculture (SDDA) approved Engenia, Xtendimax with Vapor Grip technology and Fexapan herbicides for use in South Dakota for the 2018 growing season. Per the label, Running Water Township - Bon Homme County LAND AUCTION Wednesday, Jan. 31 -- 10 a.m. Auction to be held at the city auditorium, Spring?eld, SD Directions to land location from Spring?eld, SD 5 miles west, 3 miles south on Highway 37 then 1/2 mile east on 315th Street OR from Chief Standing Bear Bridge, 3 miles north on Highway 37 and 1/2 mile east 79 +/- Acres Real Estate consists of 79+ — acres of unimproved all tillable productive Bon Homme Co. farmland. Bon Homme Co. soil survey reports show a .695 rating with the predominant soil being Homme-Ethan-Tetonka. FSA shows a 39.6 acre corn base with PLC yield of 99 and 39.1 acre soybean base with PLC yield of 28. The topography is level to gently sloping. Good crop rotation and weed control practices have always been implemented. all persons, private or commercial, applying these products must also complete dicamba-specific training and pass an examination. Documentation of completion of the training and examination will be required to apply these products. Trainings will be offered by each of the registering companies. Trainings dates and links for registration can be found on SDDA’s website at sdda.sd.gov, located under the “Happening Now” section. There is no cost to attend the trainings. “I encourage all applicators to attend one of these trainings, whether or not you are considering using one of these products in 2018,” said Secretary of Agriculture Mike Jaspers. “Use of these products will require planning ahead. Now is the time to start. These trainings will provide valuable information on label restrictions and best practices for use of these products. In addition to trainings, producers should take time to start conversations with their agronomist, seed dealer and neighbors.” Applicators may attend any of the dicamba-specific trainings to meet the requirement to use any of the three registered products. If an applicator attends training in a bordering state, the department will require proof of attendance to apply the products in South Dakota. Once proof of training has been received, each applicator will receive a new certification card in the mail. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: W 1/2 of the NE 1/4 6-92-60 TERMS & CONDITIONS: 15% non-refundable down payment day of auction with balance due at closing on or before March 1, 2018. Possession at closing. Title Insurance and closing service fees will be split 50-50 between buyer and seller. 2017 Real Estate tax will be paid by seller. Announcements day of auction take precedence over promotional material. Peterson Auctioneers are representing seller. John Kirk, Owner Peterson Auctioneers Glen Peterson, RE #234 www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD fcsamerica.com THERE’S A REASON REAL ESTATE BUYERS LAND WITH US. When you ?nance farmland with us, you aren’t just another customer – you are a customer-owner. So along with our attractive rates and exceptional terms, you get a voice in how we work and a share of what we earn in the form of cash-back dividends. Call us to learn more. 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