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October 29, 2019 • Page 8 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Specialty Crop Sector In South Dakota Receives Grant Funding Support PIERRE, S.D. – In September, the South Dakota Department of Agriculture awarded $342,880 to six specialty crop projects around the state. The funds come from the United States Department of Agriculture’s Specialty Crop Block Grant Program. Specialty crops can include everything from fruits and vegetables to honey and hops. This year’s projects include incubator hub sites, year-round production, marketing, education, and increased sales of specialty crops. This year’s grant recipients include: Cheyenne River Youth Project from Eagle Butte, REDCO Food Sovereignty Initiative from Mission, Heart of the Whetstone Horizons from Corona, South Dakota Specialty Producers Association from Yankton, Western Dakota Technical Institute from Rapid City, and South Dakota State Fair from Huron. “We have a wide variety of projects this year which are impacting the specialty crop industry. From educating and training about the importance of specialty crops in our state and our homes to projects focused on increasing natural foods knowledge and consumption for our tribal youth, this is a very exciting year for the agriculture industry,” said SDDA Grant and Loan Specialist Nicole Prince. Agriculture is a major contributor to South Dakota’s economy, generating $32.5 billion in annual economic activity and employing over 132,000 South Dakotans. The South Dakota Department of Agriculture's mission is to promote, protect, and preserve South Dakota agriculture for today and tomorrow. Visit us online at sdda.sd.gov or find us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. AUCTIONS Johnson, Cheney, Lucas Introduce The Livestock Risk Management and Education Act Washington, D.C. – Today U.S. Representatives Dusty Johnson (R-S.D.), Liz Cheney (R-WY), and Frank Lucas (R-OK), introduced the Livestock Risk Management and Education Act, a bill that would provide grants to certain state land-grant universities to better equip livestock producers with risk management training. LAND AUCTION 132 AC± | 2 TRACTS BERESFORD/UNION CO, SD OPEN HOUSE: NOVEMBER 16, 1-4PM The Livestock Risk Management and Education Act would authorize the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) to provide resources to improve livestock producers’ knowledge of futures markets to better manage market volatility. An understanding of futures contracts and risk management strategies will allow producers both large and small to better Motorola Two-Way Radios New & Used For Sale • All Brands Serviced Netcom Inc. E. Hwy. 20, O’Neil, NE 402-336-3848 fcsamerica.com 47027 SD HWY 46, BERESFORD, SD AUCTION: DECEMBER 5, 11AM BRIDGES AT BERESFORD GOLF COURSE 601 S. 7TH ST, BERESFORD, SD WHITETAIL PROPERTIES REAL ESTATE, LLC BRETT KLEINSCHMIT | AGENT | 605.660.6566 IN COOPERATION WITH WHITETAIL PROPERTIES AND WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS AUCTIONS Williams & Williams Mrktg Srvcs, Inc. LIC 12782, Philip Heiliger LIC 17570, Whitetail Properties Real Estate LLC. LIC13439, Broker Jeff Evans SD LIC #16846, Cody Lowderman Auc Lic RE17833 RANCHANDFARMAUCTIONS.COM 400+ Acres of Bethel Township, Clay County Farmland Thursday, November 7th • 10:00 a.m. Auction Location: Wakonda Legion Hall, Wakonda, SD. We are proud to be offering this exceptional farmland at public auction. It will be offered in 4-different tracts, from approximately 160 acres to 80-acres. Tract 1: 162.51 Acres. NW ¼ of 25-94-53, Bethel Township, SD. Taxes are $2,422.83. From Wakonda: 4-miles South, on 455th Ave, 2-miles East on 306th St, 1-Mile South on 457th Ave. Intersection of 457th Ave & 307th Street. FSA office shows 154.14 Tillable Acres with the balance into grass and wetlands. Corn base of 78.70 and a PLC Yield of 116bu; Soybean base of 24.2 acres with a 41bu Yield. Predominate Soil types include Egan-Chancellor-Davison Complex with an 84% CPI (Crop Productivity Index) and EganThan-Tetonka Complex with a 73% CPI. anticipate cattle prices. This new authority would allow land-grant universities, such as South Dakota State University, to partner with grower associations to more directly reach producers. “Producers already face an uphill battle of unpredictable weather, understanding cattle prices doesn’t need to be an added challenge,” said Rep. Johnson. “The Livestock Risk Management and Education Act will supply producers with the tools needed to anticipate highs and lows in the futures markets. I’m proud to partner with my colleagues from cattle country to help best pre- 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. YANKTON OFFICE: 605-665-9675 OR 800-658-3631 pare our Ag economy and producers for the future.” “I am pleased to join Rep. Dusty Johnson (R-S.D.) in his legislation to provide funds to improve available resources and educational materials for producers from land grant institutions,” said Rep. Liz Cheney. “With ever-changing markets, this measure will enable land grant universities like the University of Wyoming to assist our producers in giving them the background they need to properly plan for the future.” “While we’ve seen tremendous signs of a strong economy- witnessing record declines in unemployment and rising wages across America- sadly, our nation’s farm industry continues to face challenging times, leaving our producers vulnerable to disruptions provoked by market instability and other factors. Livestock producers across the country have faced years of uncertainty and, like others, need every tool within their belt to manage risk and sharpen their ability to weather the market’s uncertainty. I’m proud to join Rep. Dusty Johnson (R-S.D.) and Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) as a cosponsor of the Livestock Risk Management and Education Act, ensuring that our livestock producers have the resources they need to better utilize risk management strategies as they overcome market volatility. Our producers rise to the challenge day in and day out and the Livestock Risk Management and Education Act would help provide stability for those that feed billions across the globe,” said Rep. Frank Lucas. HUGE 2-DAY 325+ GUN Tract 2: 79.56 Acres. W ½ of NW ¼, 8-94-53, Clay County, SD. Taxes are $1,270.76. From Wakonda: 2-miles south on 455th Ave, 2-miles west on 304th St. Intersection of 304th Street & 453rd Ave. FSA Office shows 76.67 Acres Tillable. Predominate Soil Type is Egan-Chancellor-Davison with an 84% CPI. LONG GUNS, PISTOLS/REVOLVERS, MILITARY, AMMO & MEMORABILIA Tract 3: 77.54 acres. E ½ of SW ¼ except 2.5 acres, 8-94-53, Clay County, SD. Taxes are $1,212.26. From Wakonda: 3-miles South on 455th, 1 ½-miles West on 305th St. FSA Office shows 74.85 acres tillable. Predominate Soil Types are Egan-ChancellorDavison complex with an 84% CPI and Egan-Ethan-Trent Complex with an 80% CPI. Girard Auction Facilities, Wakonda, SD Tract 4: 82.43 Acres. E ½ of NW ¼, 9-94-53, Clay County, SD. Taxes are $1,324.57. From Wakonda: 2-miles south on 455th Ave, ½-mile west on 304th Street. FSA Office shows 82.69 acres tillable; corn base of 41.70 acres with 116 PLC Yeild and Soybean Base of 13.80 acres with a 41bu Yield. Predominate soil types include Egan-Ethan-Trent with an 80% CPI, Egan-Clarno-Trent Complex with a 86% CPI and Ethan-Clarno Loams with a 64% CPI. There are approximately 20-acres of this farm into grass hay. Terms: 10% non-refundable down payment due the day of auction with the balance due on closing. Closing on or before December 20th, 2019. Clay County Title Company, Closing Agent. Closing costs and Title Insurance split 50/50 between the buyer and the seller. Full possession on April 1st, 2020. These farms are open for farming/renting for the 2020 farm season and sold subject to the current lease expiring March 31st, 2020. 2019 Taxes payable in 2020 will be paid by seller. Auctioneers are acting as agents for the seller. Phone & Absentee bids accepted with pre-approval. Call for a free, property information packet with maps. If inspecting, look for the “Girard Auction” Flags on the property corners. Marion E Jacobson Revocable Trust— Owner Helen Nielsen, Representative for the Trust Girard Auction & Land Brokers, Inc. (605) 267-2421 • Toll Free: 1-866-531-6186 www.GirardAuction.com Ken Girard, CAI, AARE—Broker/Auctioneer; Mike Girard, CAI—Broker Assoc./Auctioneer; Scott Moore—Auctioneer. Friday, November 8th • 4:00 p.m. Friday will Feature 110+ Military Firearms from 20+ Countries – 75+ Bayonets, Knives & Swords – WWI, WWII & Vietnam Era Helmets, Uniforms & Memorabilia – 1,000s of Round of Military Caliber Ammo! Saturday, November 9th • 9:00 a.m. American Legion Hall, Wakonda, SD Saturday will Feature 2 Major Collections from the Mike Broderson Estate of Sioux Falls, SD & the Wayne Heidesch Estate of Remson, IA! Along with Several other Quality Consignors! 230+ Rifles, Shotguns, Pistols & Revolvers – Several NIB Firearms never fired! Winchester, Remington, S&W, Browning, Colt, Savage, Ithica, Ruger, Mossberg & So Many More! By Far the Finest Assortment of Firearms we have ever handled! Plus, Tons of Ammo, Signs, Memorabilia & Hunting Accessories! Preview – Thursday, Nov. 7th & Friday, Nov. 8th from 10am-4pm Each Day! 800+ LOTS WITH ONLINE BIDDING AVAIALBE FOR BOTH DAYS AT WWW.GIRARDBID.COM! To View a Full Listing & Tons of Photos of Each Day, visit www.GirardAuction.com! This auction is full, please contact Mike at (605) 661-7167 if you’d like to consign to our next gun auction on New Year’s Day! Girard Auction & Land Brokers, Inc. (605) 267-2421 • Toll Free: 1-866-531-6186 www.GirardAuction.com Ken Girard, CAI, AARE; Mike Girard, CAI—FFL Manager; Scott Moore—Auctioneer
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