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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com 1850 Steel corn crib. Calf warmer. Wanted: 18-4-34 rear tractor tires in good condition. Also want front tractor tires size 11L15. For Sale: Westendorf running gear with silage blocks. Call 402-640-8387. WE HAVE SEVERAL CREWS OF BEAN WALKERS. We do any type of farm work including cutting cedar trees. Put up fence and tear down fence. 24 years' experience. For more information call 712-943-2084, Cell 712-251-3277. 1875 Livestock - Poultry 2 Year old Virgin Angus Bulls grandson of Traveler 124 & grandsons of Rido 7075. Call Bierema Angus 605-661-5624. 20 Fancy Black Angus first calf heifer pairs. 1200# plus with big black angus calves at side. Calves were all born between February 15 and March 6. They had 7 way and all bulls were banded. All Heifers were AI'd to Broken Bow or Connelly countdown. No cleanoup bulls used! On May 15: Calves had Bovishield/Gold 5, one shot, Pink Eye, 7-way, Inforce 3 and MultiMni. Heifers had preg guard, Long Range Shot, MultiMin and Poured. $2,300. Call 308223-9549. 6 Cow/calf pairs for sale with February calves at side. Call 605-660-7673. CREOSOTE POST FOR SALE: All sizes available. Orchard, Nebraska 308-5205534. Fick Red Angus has 2 year old virgin bulls for sale. Calm & moderate, Inman, NE. Doug 402-340-99910, Ed 402-3945489. For Sale by private treaty registered Black Angus 2-year-old and yearling bulls from AI. Bred for performance, calving ease, maternal traits and docility. Call John Schieffer 605661-8531 or Marnie Schieffer 605-661-8526. For Sale: Angus and Sim Angus bulls 402-841-4022. For Sale: Hereford Yearling Bulls 402-841-4022. Poppe Bulls for Sale at Horseshoe Hill Ranch. Featuring, HHR Ten Speed E030; CED +10, BW +1.5, WW +79, YW +147, $B +174.82. To see this bull and more Angus & Sim Angus Bulls, go to poppebulls.com Jays Cell, 402-640-9031 Preferred Fencing LLC. Specializing in pasture and feeding fencing. Located in Orchard, Nebraska. Serving the entire northeast Nebraska area. 308520-5534. 2000 It Can Be Done Agriculture GOOD FENCE OR ROOF MATERIAL Used heavy gauge standing seam roofing metal. 9" wide, lengths 9 to 25 feet, 2000 sq ft plus. Removed after paint failure. Great material for shelter fence or roofing. $900. 605661-1054. Notices May 29, 2018 • Page 3 Larry Zimmerman, Secretary South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs When we hear the word “operation,” we think hospital, emergency, illness, surgery, treatment, and procedure. However, with over 33 years in the military the word “operation” affords me a completely different meaning. For decades, the military has issued random code names for exercises, attack plans and other operations. Operations were used to resolve conflict, promote peace, and support civilian leaders in response to domestic crises. In the 70’s while on Army active duty training in Europe, there was Operation Reforger, and every year while at SDNG Golden Coyote training there were many different operations based on the humanitarian mission we were carrying out. My tour in Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan had numerous humanitarian operations, including Operation Qala-i-Wali Air Assault. I have lived with operations and missions throughout most of my life. Some were assigned to me as a part of a military mission, and some I developed to enhance information exchange and to increase outreach for the Department. During my six years leading the South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs, I carried that operational mindset with me. A key part of building momentum is education, raising awareness, and inspiring action. Although much of the focus of our operations was on veterans, it also afforded us the opportunity to educate the masses that may not have served. Our Department operations included Reaching All Veterans (RAV), Ketchup, Korean, Taiwan, Saigon, Whirlwind and Calling All Returning Servicemembers (CARS). Although each was conducted with its own mission and time frame, they all afforded us the opportunity to reach out to our veterans and to thank them for their service, educate them on the benefits, services and programs available to them. They also provided us a great opportunity to educate civilians on the important role these heroes played in protecting our freedoms. Our veterans have shouldered the burden of our defense. They display extraordinary strength and resilience in the face of adversity to protect the freedoms we, as Americans, enjoy daily. They remain disciplined, dedicated, and trained Americans with a wealth of knowledge, skills, and experience. When our men and women return home after years of war and sacrifice, we have the opportunity to show our gratitude by serving them. I’m proud of the team that worked with us as we completed our operations. They met each mission with energy, passion and deep devotion to our veterans. God bless our veterans, their families, and the United States of America. $30.7 Million More To Support Education By Gov. Dennis Daugaard If you’ve ever taken a course on psychology, you have probably heard of the marshmallow test. The social experiment was first initiated at Stanford in the 1960s and it involves sitting a child in a room by themselves with a marshmallow. If the child can refrain from eating the marshmallow for 15 minutes, they are then rewarded with a second marshmallow. The study found that, for the most part, the kids who were willing to wait for the second marshmallow went on to achieve better outcomes in life. I can’t speak to whether the science behind the study is sound – or claim that I would have held off for that second marshmallow as a child – but there is no doubting the power of delayed gratification and the rewards it can bring. That’s true for us as a state as well, and the reason why we recently received payments totaling $30.7 million that will go toward education. The majority of the funds came from previously disputed tobacco payments that have been held in an escrow account since 2004 regarding the enforcement of the tobacco Master Settlement Agreement. The Master Settlement Agreement (MSA) was an accord between 46 states and the major cigarette manufacturers in 1998, which provides yearly payments to participating states. Some states securitized their MSA payments through issuing bonds to receive large upfront sums of cash and forgo their future payments. In many cases, states spent this one-time cash many years ago, on budget deficits or capital projects, and it is gone. In South Dakota, we took a different approach. In 2001, the citizens passed an amendment to the South Dakota Constitution with a 72 percent “yes” vote to create the Education Enhancement Trust Fund. This constitutional amendment directed any proceeds from the MSA to the Education Enhancement Trust Fund. The South Dakota Investment Council invests the assets of the trust. State law allows a 4 percent distribution from the trust fund to the general fund each year, without invading principal, to support education in South Dakota. Since 2003, more than $220 million has been distributed from the trust fund to support education. During the Great Recession, the market value of the trust fund dropped beSDSU Extension Pesticide Education & low $270 million. Today, the Education Enhancement Trust Urban Entomology Field Specialist. Fund has more than $595 million in assets. Plus, this July 1, 2017 was an interesting growing season an additional $20.4 million will be distributed from the trust with areas of South Dakota experiencing fund. severe drought conditions. Thanks to the Investment Council and the fiscally respon"In some of these areas, we found that sible decisions of our citizens and state leaders, the annual grasshopper populations were causing defoliation injury to already drought-stressed distribution from the trust has grown every year since 2011 and is expected to continue for future generations. Meancrops," Varenhorst said. He explained that factors that can lead to while, other states have spent their tobacco funds or are reincreased grasshopper populations include ceiving MSA payments that are declining. When this $30.7 million is fully realized in the trust distribution formula, it long, warm falls, decreased ground cover, will provide more than $1 million in additional ongoing supand limited spring rainfall. port for education in future years. Leading up to 2017, we experienced I am grateful for all of the Investment Council’s hard work several warm falls where the first frost date and that South Dakota is comprised of individuals willing to occurred much later than normal. "These conditions allowed grasshoppers forgo an immediate benefit to gain even more later. In this case, the second marshmallow was really worth the wait. to successfully lay eggs for a much longer period of time and were likely part of the reason why we saw increased grasshopper populations in the eastern half of the state," he said. Areas of South Dakota with grasshopper populations that reached or exceeded the threshold of eight or more grasshoppers per square yard included: Hyde, Hand, Beadle, Kingsbury, Spink, Buffalo, Jerauld, Brule, Aurora, Douglas and Hutchinson counties. In addition, there were several other counties that had multiple samples near threshold levels. 2018 Eastern South Dakota Grasshopper Forecast BROOKINGS, S.D. - The 2018 cool wet spring may lead to reduced grasshopper populations, compared to 2017 says SDSU Extension entomology team. "During 2017, many of the grasshoppers that we observed were several weeks behind schedule in growth," said Adam J. Varenhorst, Assistant Professor & SDSU Extension Field Crop Entomologist. However, Varenhorst explained that trying to predict insect populations is difficult as many additional factors can contribute to their winter survival and overall spring populations. "Our recommendation is to scout for spring grasshopper populations, as they will be the first indicator of potential problem areas," he said. "Depending on the 2018 growing season, areas with limited rainfall or drought conditions may experience increased grasshopper populations." A look back on 2017 In 2017, researchers at South Dakota State University completed a grasshopper survey of Eastern South Dakota. The last grasshopper survey conducted in Eastern South Dakota was published in 1925. Those involved in this survey included: Erica Anderson, SDSU Graduate Student; Patrick Wagner, SDSU Extension Entomology Field Specialist; Philip Rozeboom, Research Associate; Laura Edwards, SDSU Extension State Climatologist and Amanda Bachmann, RON’S AUTO Assorted Lawn & Garden Equipment Business Hours of The Missouri Valley Shopper are as follows: Monday through Friday 8:00am-5:00pm. 319 Walnut St. Yankton (605)665-5884. Thank you for your continued business! 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