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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com August 7, 2018 • Page 7 Emily Trzpuc New SDSU Extension 4-H Youth Program Advisor BROOKINGS, S.D. - Emily Trzpuc is the new SDSU Extension 4-H Youth Program Advisor for Hand, Hyde and Potter Counties. In this role, Trzpuc will provide timely 4-H youth development research-based information, resources, education, leadership and support to meet the needs of youth, while building relationships to enhance and carry out the mission of SDSU Extension throughout the county. “As a 4-H alumnus, Emily has a long history with 4-H. She brings energy, enthusiasm and a strong work ethic to serving youth and families throughout these counties,” said Amber Erickson, SDSU Extension 4-H Youth Development Field Operations Coordinator. More about Emily Trzpuc Emily Trzpuc grew up on her family’s ranch near Kathryn, North Dakota. She became involved in 4-H as a 7-year-old when her mom, Holly, started the Sandy Critters 4-H Club. “I always enjoyed getting to showcase the projects I had worked really hard on or the talents I had gained during our local Achievement Days,” Trzpuc said. Although she participated in several project areas, Baked Goods was the area Trzpuc became most engaged in. “I entered something in nearly every baked goods category I could - bars, cookies, pies, cakes, bread - it was non-stop baking at my house during the days leading up to Achievement Days.” In addition to perfecting the art and science of baking, Trzpuc explained that she developed many leadership skills through 4-H. “I didn’t realize it until I became an adult, but the public speaking skills and ability to clearly express my opinions, that I developed through 4-H, helped me in college and many other areas of my life,” said Trzpuc, who is eager to help the youth she serves develop skills through 4-H that will serve them today and into the future. “I am eager to work with youth, families and volunteers throughout the counties I serve. It is my goal to inspire youth to be the best versions of themselves and achieve their best,” she said. Trzpuc added that involvement in 4-H also guided her career path. She is a 2018 Animal Science graduate of North Dakota State University, where she also received degrees in extension education and equine science. Prior to serving South Dakotans as the new SDSU Extension 4-H Youth Program Advisor for Hand, Hyde and Potter Counties, Trzpuc worked as an intern for North Dakota State University Extension. To contact Trzpuc, e-mail her by email or 605.853.2738. More about South Dakota 4-H SDSU Extension’s 4-H Youth Development Program is a partnership of federal (USDA), state (Land Grant University), and county resources through youth outreach activities of SDSU Extension. Youth learn and experience Leadership, Health and Wellness, Science and Ag-Vocacy through a network of professional staff and volunteers reaching more than 9,000 enrolled members with yearly programming efforts to an additional 35,000 youth participants. To learn more, contact your local SDSU Extension 4-H Youth Program Advisor. A complete listing can be found at iGrow under Field Staff LIsting icon. Too many mouths to feed? Place an ad in the Missouri Valley Shopper today! 605-665-5884 319 Walnut • Yankton, SD AUCTIONS Department Of Revenue Warns Of Potential Scam In Trucking Industry business at the address listed. The company’s website features an inventory of trucks, trailers and more. The Department of Revenue’s motor vehicle division determined that this inventory is already titled in other states through various motor vehicle dealers. If you have questions about the validity of a vehicle featured on the website, contact the motor vehicle division by phone at 605-773-3541. Anyone who has fallen victim to this scam is encouraged to contact the Consumer Protection Division in their respective state. South Dakota’s Consumer Protection division may be reached by phone at 605-773-4400. Large Machinery Consignment AUCTION Friday, August 17 -- 9:30 a.m. LOCATED: Farmers Coop Farm & Ranch Supply, 40609 SD Highway 50, Avon, SD This will be another great auction here in Avon, SD with nearly 100% of the consignments right off the farm or ranch. Our website will be updated daily. For complete listing and photos go to www.PetersonAuctioneers.com. TRACTORS, PAYLOADER, SID STEERS: JD 4755, 2WD, p.s., 4350 hrs, good rubber, axle mt. duals, very nice; 1978 JD 4440, quad, c-a-h, 8400 hrs; JD 4020, p.s., 300 hrs. on rebuilt & Dual laoder; JD 4010 w/4020 eng., new rubber; IHC 560 LP, w.f., fast hitch, JD 444 payloader, ser. no. 40453, good rubber; Bobcat 873 F-series, 1600 hrs., Hydra Mac 20C skid steer, 4 cyl, diesel; Hydra Mac Mighty Mac, 54” bucket; consignment of new skid loader attachments, shop made skid loader trailer COMBINES, HEADS: Gleaner L2 hydro, rear wheel assist; JD 6620 Turbo; IHC 1460 axial ?ow; JD 6600; JD 635 ?ex head; 35’ head trailer, JD 925 ?ex head; JD 920 ?ex head, JD 444 low tin corn head; IHC 1054 SRW corn head, CIH 1044 4RW corn head, IHC 1063 6RN corn head, 24’ head cart SILAGE & HAY EQUIPMENT: JD 3970 silage cutter, green 38N head, green spout; ‘95 Ford L7000 truck w/Meyerink 20’ steel silage box, 8.3 Cummins 6 spd, air brakes, lift tag, new rubber & clutch; Baltzer silage accumulator box; Richardton 750 15’ dump wagon, 5’4” bottom; CIH 8450 16’ s.p. windrower, 2800 hrs; NH 770 2RW cutter & hay head; JD 2R & 3RW cutter heads; JD 735 4 1/2’ round baler; JD 327 s.s. baler; NH Super Hayliner 68 s.s. baler w/bale turner; JD 12’ dozer blade, 3 pt. or front mt; Rowse hay inverter; JD 350 9’ mt mower; JD No. 8 9’ mower; OMI V rake; JD 38 9’ mt. mower; JD, Badger, Roorda & S&H wagons, silage blowers MACHINERY, FEEDING: Schuler SRM263 mixer feeder wagon, scale; Artsway 450 grinder mixer; Farmhand 817 grinder mixer, scale & long auger; DK Vac-u-Vater grain vac, new pump; 2- Brent 650 gravity ?ows; 2- JM 350 gravity ?ows; 2- 250 gravity ?ows; New Idea 328 3RN corn picker, nice; various small gravity ?ows; barge & ?are box wagons; Feterl 10x61 auger w/swing hopper; CIH 4600 24’ ?eld cult & harrow; IHC 4500 24’ ?eld cult & harrow; White 256 22’ disc; JD 230 21’ disc; JD 1600 18’ chisel; Bush Hog 12 disc chisel; IHC 45 20’ ?eld cult; small JD & IHC discs; 4, 6 & 8 row cults; Feterl 7 sect. drag; Bush Hog 20’ disc; 1000 gal. 90’ ?eld sprayer, shop made; Koker 500 gal. ?eld sprayer; 300 gal ?eld sprayer; gn trailer w/ box & hoist; 2- JD 1064 running gears; heavy duty 7’ 3 pt brush cutter; new Land Pride 8’ 3 pt. box scraper; 12’ pull type box scraper; 5’ rotary mower; automatic 3 pt. mist sprayer; various small manure spreaders; 6’ tree cult; Sioux post pounder; Demco Conquest 1100 gal. 60’ sprayer, Micro-Tech monitor, controller, adj. axle; Handler 560 grain vac; Sudenga 12x41 auger, elec. motor; SI 24’ slant bar feeder BULK TRUCK, GRAIN TRAILER, STOCK TRAILERS: IHC S1700 bulk truck, 392, 5x2, 2000 gal 5 compt. tank, brownie tank, Neptune meters, Blackmier pumps, good rubber; 1980 Cornhusker 8x42 grain trailer w/roll tarp, good rubber; old single axle trucks; S&S 6x16 gn stock trailer; 16’ bumper stock trailer; 1962 Ford F-600 w/steel box & hoist; 1984 IHC 2300 diesel single axle truck, 9 spd. VEHICLES, TRAILERS, BOAT, ATV: 1991 Top Hand heavy duty 18 1/2’ car trailer; 2001 Ford F-350, 4x4, 4 door, short box, 7.3 auto, 260,000 miles; 1996 Ford F-350 2WD, 4dr, 7.3, auto, 131,000 miles, nice; 1987 Ford F-350, 460, 4dr, auto, long box, new rubber; 1990 Ford Bronco II, rebuilt eng; 1979 Chev. Luv, 4x4 pickup; 1998 Ranger Cherokee; 19’ alum boat, Johnson 150 hp o.b. & trailer, loaded; 2008 Polaris HO 500, 4x4, 4 wheeler; Aristocrat 8x16 camper; 6x10 snowmobile trailer; Western 10’ snow plow; pickup Tommy lift; 2002 Ford Escape, weak trans; 2- Kawasaki 125 motorcycles, not running; 1988 & 1989 Chev. 4x4 3/4 ton pickups ROTARY LIFT 9000 lb heavy duty commercial asymmetrical vehicle hoist, AL certi?ed LIVESTOCK EQUIP, LAWN & SHOP, MISC: Pinkleman auto catch squeeze chute, SI 24’ slant bar feeder; Common Sense hay feeders; round bale feeders; 10’ tire tank; 10 Daniels 16’ porta panels; shop made bale scale; 24’x10” feed auger; various water tanks; hog & pig feeders; hog panels; Grasshopper 18 hp 52” riding mower; Craftsman 24 hp 50”, hydro, riding mower; 1000 gal fuel tank w/ elec pump, 100 gal propane tank; 5th wheel dolly, eagle hitch; Craftsman 9 hp 26” snowblower; 10 hp 28” snowblower; Allied hot water power washer; 40 gal upright air compressor; elec pressure washer; 3 phase 5hp elec motor, magnetic starter; 18.4x38 & 24.5x32 tires; 4020 cab; silage tarps; new & used tin; Bish Gleaner to JD head adapter; 3 pt cement mixer; JD suitcase weights; JD parts including generators, carbs, rollamatic, front weights; IHC parts including narrow fronts, wheel weights, etc; gas power washer; ATV fert spreader; ATV lift; lawn mower lift; air jack; 51’ grain ring; Varmint Getter gopher blaster; dog kennel; air compressors, 110V wire welders, 1 new; Monitor 2A pump jacks; Stihl 036 chain saw; fencing supplies; steel posts; lots of small hand tools, power tools, and small shop related items; some antique tools; sickle grinder; poly water tanks TREES: Sell at 9:30, 80- 2’ to 4’ Colorado Blue Spruce; 20- 2’ Black Hills Spruce; 5- 2’ Pine; 20- purple & white lilac Peterson Auctioneers Glen Peterson, RE #234 www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD For more information call Glen Peterson 605-661-1843, Lee Wittmeier 464-1937 or Cody Peterson 682-1652 or for photos visit www.petersonauctioneers.com TERMS: Cash or personal check accompanied by photo ID - Not Responsible for Accidents Perfect Hardgrass Pasture Friday, September 21, at 1:30 PM at the Blarney Stone Restaurant - Nebraska Room 432 East Douglas Street • O’Neill, Nebraska • Perfect replacement heifer or yearling pasture • Lots of trees for livestock protection or potential building site • Machine shed and electric submersible well • Cropland planted to alfalfa For property details, please contact: Dave Hickey, Agent L-1700623 PIERRE, S.D. — The South Dakota Department of Revenue urges consumers to take caution when doing business with a fictitious trucking dealership by the name of South Dakota Trucks. According to its website, South Dakota Trucks is located in Rapid City, but the Department of Revenue’s investigation has concluded that there is no such LAND AUCTION 155.6± Acres • Holt County, Nebraska O’Neill, Nebraska (402) 336-3500 or (402) 340-4436 Auctioneer: Jim Eberle DHickey@FarmersNational.com www.FarmersNational.com/DaveHickey www.FarmersNational.com/ONeill Real Estate Sales • Auctions • Farm and Ranch Management Appraisal • Insurance • Consultation • Oil and Gas Management Forest Resource Management • National Hunting Leases • FNC Ag Stock Home and Personal Property AUCTION Saturday, Aug. 11 -- 11 a.m. LOCATED: 211 S. High Street, Menno, SD Real Estate consists of a 1 1/2 story 4 bedroom home with partially ?nished basement and 2 car detached garage. This clean 1390 sq ft home offers 2 baths, fuel oil furnace, central air, and a nice location close to Main Street. This one will make a great starter home or rental property. Appliances included. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: N 37’ of lot 20, S 22’ of S 10’ of N 22’ of E 85’ of Lot 21 TERMS & CONDITIONS: Cash sale with $5,000 non-refundable down payment day of the auction with balance due at closing, on or before September 11, 2018. Title Insurance and closing service fee to be split 50-50 between buyer and seller. 2018 taxes will be prorated to closing. Announcements day of the auction take precedence over promotional material. Peterson Auctioneers are representing the seller. PERSONAL PROPERTY HOUSEHOLD: Wurlitzer piano, 3 and 4 pc bedroom sets; single and double beds; tables and chairs; desk; ?le; keep safe; various tables, stands, and cabinets; heaters; fans; luggage; vac; humidi?er; electric sewing machine; stereo; VCR; coolers; bedding; blankets; fancy work; microwave; elec. appliances; cookware; canning supplies; plus more small kitchen and household related items COLLECTIBLES: 64 base accordian; Hull vase; cups and saucers; tubs; lots of old telephone equipment. MISCELLANEOUS: Small gas generator; Snapper push mower; work mate; propane heater; moving cart; ladders; pole climbing belt; drop cords; small hand tools; power tools; bikes; trike; forks, shovels and rakes; lawn and garden tools and supplies, plus more Elanora Quast, 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
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